FDA Legal Disclosure/THC Disclaimer and other various legal disclaimers

Welcome to all the legal information that we must display in order to be in compliance with local and federal laws! Not to mention other bits of information that you might find useful!

FDA Disclosure:

The statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The efficacy of these products has not been confirmed by FDA-approved research. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. All information presented here is not meant as a substitute for or alternative to information from health care practitioners. Please consult your health care professional about potential interactions or other possible complications before using any product. The Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act requires this notice.

THC Disclaimer:

At no time do our products, nor will our products, EVER contain "THC" beyond the possibility of the legal limit of 0.3%. Even then we work closely with our Hemp derived CBD Isolate producers to have the number be 0.

CBD Legality, State-by-State

What you may not be aware of is some of the grey-zone regarding CBD legality within your own state. While it is true that the Farm Bill of 2018 made CBD legal at the Federal level, individual states still have their own laws. 

We can just imagine your confusion so in an effort to help here is a list of the states - in alphabetical order - and their restrictions. Please be aware that if you live in a state that has been written in a bold font there is a bit of an issue. Unless the word “legal” is next to the state you are in, we can’t sell/ship to you. Even more than that, “unclear” is not acceptable to us. Should you attempt to see if we are paying attention to individual state laws and place an order that we can not fulfill, we will refund your order, less a 25% service fee. We promise to never lie to you, so please don’t lie to us! Lastly, if you think shipping our products in the states can get messy (and it can) then you can also understand what we do not ship across US borders at this time (same service fee applies!)

This list is current as of January 2020 to the best of our knowledge. Why do we make a point of telling you this? Simple. The legal landscape is CONSTANTLY changing and honestly we can’t promise to be 100% certain of the laws in your state (unless you happen to be in our state: Colorado). As such it will always be YOUR responsibility to know what is and is not allowed. Consult your state’s Criminal Code or Agriculture Department for the most up-to-date information on regulation of CBD in your state.

Our CBD isolate comes from a company that sources directly from the Hemp side of the Cannabis family. If you look at the bottle/jar you just purchased you will notice a little box on the label with a number in it. That number corresponds with a Certificate of Analysis regarding the CBD used to make your jar. Scroll down past the states list and you will see all the COAs (Certificate of Analysis) that we have.

If you can send us legal proof that the laws have changed in your state then we will happily update this list!

Our products fall into the first category in this list. We sourced this list here, https://www.cbdoil.org/cbd-laws-by-state/ , in November 2020, and recommend you go read the rest of the article as there is very good information to be found there!


State

Hemp-sourced CBD for any use

Marijuana-sourced CBD for medical use

Marijuana-sourced CBD for recreational use

Alabama

Legal

Legal

Illegal

Alaska

Legal

Legal

Legal

Arizona

Legal

Undecided

Illegal

Arkansas

Legal

Legal

Illegal

California

Legal

Legal

Legal

Colorado

Legal

Legal

Legal

Connecticut

Legal

Legal

Illegal

Delaware

Legal

Legal

Illegal

Florida

Legal

Legal

Illegal

Georgia

Legal

Legal

Illegal

Hawaii

Legal

Legal

Illegal

Idaho

Illegal

Illegal

Illegal

Illinois

Legal

Legal

Legal

Indiana

Legal

Illegal

Illegal

Iowa

Legal

Legal

Illegal

Kansas

Legal

Illegal

Illegal

Kentucky

Legal

Illegal

Illegal

Louisiana

Legal

Legal

Illegal

Maine

Legal

Legal

Legal

Maryland

Legal

Legal

Illegal

Massachusetts

Legal

Legal

Legal

Michigan

Legal

Legal

Legal

Minnesota

Legal

Legal

Illegal

Mississippi

Legal

Ilegal

Illegal

Missouri

Legal

Legal

Illegal

Montana

Legal

Legal

Illegal

Nebraska

Illegal

Illegal

Illegal

Nevada

Legal

Legal

Legal

New Hampshire

Legal

Legal

Illegal

New Jersey

Legal

Legal

Illegal

New Mexico

Legal

Legal

Illegal

New York

Legal

Legal

Illegal

North Carolina

Legal

Ilegal

Illegal

North Dakota

Legal

Legal

Illegal

Ohio

Legal

Legal

Illegal

Oklahoma

Legal

Legal

Illegal

Oregon

Legal

Legal

Legal

Pennsylvania

Legal

Legal

Illegal

Rhode Island

Legal

Legal

Illegal

South Carolina

Legal

Ilegal

Illegal

South Dakota

Unclear

Illegal

Illegal

Tennessee

Legal

Ilegal

Illegal

Texas

Legal

Illegal

Illegal

Utah

Legal

Legal

Illegal

Vermont

Legal

Legal

Legal

Virginia

Legal

Legal

Illegal

Washington

Legal

Legal

Legal

Washington, D.C.

Legal

Legal

Legal

West Virginia

Legal

Legal

Illegal

Wisconsin

Legal

Legal

Illegal

Wyoming

Legal

Legal

Illegal



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 Anything else worth noting

Congrats! Hopefully, in getting to the end of this page, you learned something interesting. If not, well maybe these last comments will be of value to you…

While we have done everything in our power to be certain that the level of CBD in your product matches the exact number on the label, we have to admit that it might not. WAIT, don’t panic. If it does not match, it would not match by a VERY small number. So small that only a special lab (like the one that provides our COAs) to detect. Why would we tell you this? There are two reasons. The first is a simple case of CYA. Just about everyone has heard the various stories out there regarding companies being sued for "this, that and the other" and we don't want to deal with that. But the other reason, and the much more important one, is that we want you to trust us, and honesty goes a long way to building trust.

So here is the actual "why" your jars CBD content might not exactly match. When it comes to making any sort of product there are always variables that are harder to control than others. In our case the big one is the evaporation rate of the Distilled Water during both the heating and cooling phases of making the lotion. Evaporation is affected by too many things to list, but the end result is that while you may not detect any difference in your lotion, each batch may vary slightly in thickness. This wobble in texture can cause your jar to have + or - a gram or so of lotion in it. It can also cause traces amounts of lotion to remain behind in the bottling stage. As such, A Touch of Healing Lotions LLC considers it fair and reasonable for any given product to potentially have as much as 60mg (that’s .06 of a gram) more or less, of CBD, in a given unit. Again, allow us to reiterate that a wobble of that size is so far beyond likely, it is mainly listed to keep our legal hind ends safe!