Michigan is the most recent state to legalize marijuana after state voters easily voted for the ballot initiative in the 2018 midterm elections. In these states (and D.C.), simply go to a dispensary and you will be able to purchase CBD oil legally – provided you are 18 or over.
Missouri and Utah, including Michigan, were among these states which legalized medical marijuana in 2018. Oklahoma also decided earlier in 2018 to legalize medical marijuana.
As Michigan had also legalized medical weeds to start full legislative changes quicker, these states have not yet established an operational system. Nor in Louisiana or Arkansas is North Dakota and West Virginia still operating. Ohio is back on track as two years after voting for legalization, it was unable to hit the goal of providing operating dispensaries. The Ohio Board of Pharmacies has held that any CBD products will not be sold in state-licensed dispensaries are illegal until they become operational, albeit they have not retailed in.
Although recreational marijuana is illegal in all those states, the drug has all made legal by Connecticut, the North Carolinas, Delaware, Illinois, Maryland, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New York, Ohio, and Rhode Island. In those states, you will not be arrested or recorded with smaller amounts of marijuana. You are allowed to receive the maximum amount of your person, depending on circumstances.
You will need to talk to your doctor in these states and see if you have an illness qualifying for medical use following state legislation, and then obtain your medical marijuana card.