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Now that you have the basics down for shipping CBD legally, there are some other things to consider to make sure you’re dotting your I’s and crossing your T’s.

USPS allows you to ship CBD if possess a license from a state’s Department of Agriculture authorizing the licensee to produce industrial hemp, and the requirement that the tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) concentration of such hemp (or its derivatives) may not exceed a 0.3 percent limit.

Note: Shippers are not required to present documentation at the time of shipping, but documentation such as certificates may be requested at any time.

3. DHL.

To ship CBD with UPS, you must be able to identify where the raw materials grew, how they were processed, and how they were obtained (or who shipped the product to the supplier and how that supplier got it to the customer after the fact).

If you have a legal team, make sure they read over your statements and clearly identify where you intend to send your CBD products. The CBD industry has become really popular, really quickly — but hemp-derived products are still unlawful in some states. When in doubt, it’s best to consult your lawyer. Although CBD products are not considered controlled substances at the federal level, each state has its own individual laws and rules.

Products that include hemp, like alcohol, have legal limits on the quantities of certain ingredients that can be included in products — specifically, THC.

If you can’t 100% prove that you have met all the prerequisite requirements above, you have a good chance of violating the terms and agreements of the approved carriers below.

UPS will not accept Shipments containing Hemp products from any location that sells Marijuana or Marijuana products.

UPS accepts products made from Hemp (including Cannabidiol – CBD) for shipment only as permitted by all applicable state and federal laws. It is the responsibility of the Shipper to ensure compliance with all such laws, including the Food, Drug & Cosmetic Act, 21 U.S.C. §321, et seq.

CBD/Hemp liquid products intended for vaporization are prohibited in the U.S. network (including import and export). Please refer to the Tobacco Vape Policy for more information.

Hemp, as defined in 7 U.S.C. § 1639o, is also prohibited from shipment when in plant form.

UPS reserves the right to dispose of any shipment containing Marijuana, Hemp or Hemp products tendered for shipment which Shippers are prohibited from shipping, which UPS is not authorized to accept, which UPS states that it will not accept, or which UPS has a right to refuse.

The shipment of Marijuana, as defined in 21 U.S.C. §802(16), is prohibited under any circumstances, even when Marijuana is for medicinal purposes or is otherwise legal under a state’s law.

UPS reserves the right to discontinue service to any Shipper for, among other reasons, tendering a Package containing Marijuana, Hemp or Hemp products that does not comply with all applicable laws or the UPS Tariff/Terms and Conditions of Service.