Alaska: Marijuana Products Seized and Removed From Legal Stores


Hemp has a long history in America, and, because of it's low THC content (less than 0.3%), is legally distributed across the country, as well as internationally. In Alaska, however, it's become part of a drug standoff.



Courtesy a December DEA ruling saying any extract of the genus Cannabis is a marijuana extract and therefore a controlled substance, Alaska has decided even mail-order hemp is off-limits.




Recently, Alcohol and Marijuana Control enforcement officers walked into several retail stores and seized all the CBD oil. 

The justification for this raid? According to them it is that the oil is a marijuana product, and all marijuana products need to be tested by the state in order to be sold.

Doesn't make any sense, does it?

Sara Chambers, acting director of the Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office, said in a press release that the investigation is ongoing, and that she could not say how many dispensaries had product taken.

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