Idaho Cannabis History
The use of cannabis is still fully illegal in Idaho, and possession of small amounts is considered a misdemeanor. The only exception is CBD with 0% THC, which is lower than the 0.3% THC threshold allowed by federal law.
In 2015, a bill to legalize CBD oil was passed by both houses of the Idaho Legislature, but was then vetoed by former governor Butch Otter.
Idaho Child-Resistant Packaging Rules
Since all forms of medical marijuana remain illegal in Idaho, child-resistant packaging standards outlined in The Poison Prevention Packaging Act apply.
Detailed child-safe packaging and labeling requirements can also be found in §1700.15 Poison prevention packaging standards.
Useful Links for Idaho Cannabis Regulations
Idaho Uniform Controlled Substances Act
Idaho Cannabis Growers Application
Idaho is not currently allowing the cultivation of marijuana.
Editor's Note: Status as of 4/1/2021
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