Kansas Medical CBD Law

Status

 

Medical CBD

Law Signed:

2019

QUALIFYING CONDITIONS

  • The bill defines “debilitating medical condition” as a medically diagnosed chronic disease or medical condition causing a serious impairment of strength or ability to function, including one that produces seizures, for which the patient is under current and active treatment by a physician licensed to practice medicine and surgery in Kansas.

PATIENT POSSESSION LIMITS

  • No limits specified. Under the law, “cannabidiol treatment preparation” is defined to mean an oil containing cannabidiol and tetrahydrocannibinol and having a tetrahydrocannibinol concentration of no more than 5 percent relative to the cannabidiol concentration in the preparation verified through testing by a third-party, independent laboratory. No legal in-state supply source for CBD products is provided under the law.
  • Under the law, qualifying patients with a written recommendation from a physician possess only “an affirmative defense to prosecution” with regard to the possession of qualifying CBD products.

HOME CULTIVATION

No

STATE-LICENSED DISPENSARIES

No

CAREGIVERS

No

RECIPROCITY

No