Don’t Bring CBD Pet Shampoo Onto Military Bases, U.S. Air Force Warns

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Don’t bring your dog’s CBD-infused shampoo on federal military bases, the U.S. Air Force reminded personnel in a recent blog post. While hemp and its derivatives are federally legal—and a growing number of states have regulated marijuana markets—a Massachusetts base of the military branch emphasized that possessing or using cannabis products can result in disciplinary action. “Hemp, CBD and traces of THC can be found in a number of products like shampoos, lotions, and lip balms that you can buy in the open market, but you can’t bring them onto the installation,” Tech. Sgt. Kyle Majorana said. “Even if it’s for your pet, it’s still illegal.” Hemp, CBD & traces of THC can be found in a number of products like shampoos, lotions, & lip balms that you can buy in the open market, but you can’t bring them onto a federal installation. Even if it’s for your pet, it’s still illegal. #knowtheruleshttps://t.co/CqJWXR7XD7 — U.S. Air Force Materiel Command (@HQ_AFMC) May 8, 2021 He stressed that the “line between state and federal laws begins and ends at our gates.” While this notice specifically targeted one Air Force base, the message is consistent with past updates from the military division, which has gone out of its way to make its cannabis policy clear. About one year after hemp was federally legalized, the Air Force sent out a notice that similarly warned against using CBD products that are commonly found on the market. The reason for the blanket ban, it said, is because those products may have trace amounts of THC that could show up in a drug test. The Air Force said the previous year that it wants its members to be extra careful around “grandma’s miracle sticky buns” that might contain marijuana. To that end, this new blog post is…

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