In practice, selling CBD seems to be legally riskier than possessing it. The DEA’s priority seems mostly to concern commercial violations; most cases involved smoke shops and non-cannabis vape stores selling CBD cartridges. In 2015, police seized CBD cartridges at a vape store near Milwaukee, but the store owners were never arrested or charged. (A 2014 law made it legal for patients to possess and use CBD oil in Wisconsin, but the law did not make it legal to sell.) That same year, police in central Florida arrested the owner of a local smoke shop chain for selling CBD products. 
Lab results for these products can be found on our Lab Results page.   You should also check our our Beginners Guide to CBD and our FAQ sections of the site for more information about vaping CBD Oil.   Keep checking back often, we update our CBD E-Liquid and Vape products often.  We run regular sales too, so share your favorites with your friends via social media!
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