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Palm Organix™ is aware that Delaware is home to Dover Air Force Base and Delaware is home to a large population of active and retired military personnel. At Palm Organix, we are proud of our military veterans and those in active service and proudly offer 15% off to all former and active military personal on every order. Simply reach out to us by email and we will provide you with a 15% off code to use at checkout for all your orders. Palm Organix™ is grateful for your service to our Country!

Over the last 2 years Palm Organix CBD Wholesale experts have worked with many stores and health professionals that look to provide only the best CBD tinctures, gummies and other products to their customers in Delaware. We look forward to working with you grow you CBD Oil business and are here to help you answer all you questions that you may have when it comes to providing CBD Oil to your customers in Delaware or in your online store.

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Do you own a medical practice, physical therapy facility, gym, spa, or a health and wellness center? Are you interested in improving the health and well being of your clients in a safe and natural way? Do you have clients asking you about CBD oil but you do not know where to send them for a trusted CBD oil supplier? What if you could provide all these amazing CBD benefits to your clients and customers, and at the same time capitalize on the rapidly growing wholesale CBD Tincture, Softgel and Gummy market. Palm Organix is seeking entrepreneurial individuals to carry our Premium Line of CBD products. We also provide white label options for our CBD oil products, we are not responsible for the brand logo.

With Palm Organix wholesale CBD program you can choose from more than a dozen CBD supplements to stock including edibles, topicals and CBD for pets. With a great profit margin and a nationally recognized CBD supplement brand on your shelf, it will be easy to sell our Premium line of Hemp Oil / CBD supplements and tougher to keep them in stock.

If you are looking to partner with the finest supplier of Premium CBD products to create your own brand in Delaware then let our CBD experts help you. Contact us at [email protected] to get started with your hemp oil / CBD white label / private label business today! To learn more about our White Label CBD program in Delaware please visit the Palm Organix CBD White Label Program Brochure.

There are no limits on hemp-derived CBD possession in Delaware. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps

The FDA has declared that even hemp-derived CBD may not legally be added to food and beverages, or marketed as a dietary supplement. Although the organization has begun to re-evaluate some of these stances on legal CBD products, the FDA has not revised its regulations. The agency also has been strict in its position against any labeling that could be perceived as a medical claim about CBD products.

There are no limits on hemp-derived CBD possession in Delaware.

Delaware CBD possession limits

Adult-use cannabis remains illegal, although in 2015,House Bill 39 decriminalized the possession and private use of up to one ounce of cannabis. In 2019, the bill was expanded to decriminalize juvenile possession of one ounce or less.

CBD oil derived from hemp is legal in Delaware, with CBD products available for purchase throughout the state. In addition to hemp-derived CBD products that can be purchased over-the-counter, Delaware has also had a medical marijuana program since 2011 with the passage of the Delaware Medical Marijuana Act. Eligible patients can buy CBD oil derived from cannabis, along with cannabis products containing both CBD and THC.

The provisions of House Bill 385 were expanded in 2018 with the passage of Senate Bill 266, which was approved several months before the 2018 federal Farm Bill was signed into law. This bill endowed the Delaware Department of Agriculture with the authority to adopt and change hemp-related laws to align with federal rules and policies. The act positioned Delaware to permit the industrial cultivation of hemp when federal restrictions were repealed following the 2018 Farm Bill.

The 2018 Farm Bill shifted the oversight of hemp and hemp-derived products from the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The FDA does not presently allow CBD-infused food, drinks, or dietary supplements to be sold, and hasn’t yet provided regulations for hemp-derived CBD products.