Oklahoma

  • Hemp-sourced CBD: LEGAL
  • Marijuana-sourced CBD for medical use only: LEGAL
  • Marijuana-sourced CBD for recreational use: ILLEGAL

In 2018, Oklahoma passed legislation to establish both a state medical marijuana program (SQ 788) and an industrial hemp pilot program (HB 2913). Additionally, Oklahoma state law classifies CBD separately from marijuana. CBD sourced from hemp with 0.3% THC or less is allowed to be sold and used throughout the state.

Prior to this legislation, medical CBD with higher levels of THC was permitted to be prescribed to patients with severe epilepsy and a few other conditions (HB 2154, 2015).