Actually, if you read through the 7350 clarification, it differentiates between CBD from parts of the Marijuana plant that fall within the controlled substances act (CSA) and other sources:
" if a product, such as oil from cannabis seeds, consisted solely of parts of the cannabis plant excluded from the CSA definition of marijuana, such product would not be included in the new drug code (7350) or in the drug code for marijuana (7360), even if it contained trace amounts of cannabinoids."
Further, CBD can be sourced from industrial hemp. The 2014 farm bill allows for the cultivation of industrial hemp and products therefrom. Moreover, there are various court rulings affirming the status of industrial hemp, hemp stocks, hemp seeds, and their products (n/i resins) as not falling within the CSA... one such ruling is explicitly stated in the 7350 clarification (footnote 5).
This doesn't mean that the DEA won't act beyond the bounds of the law, but it is very unlikely that any prosecution of hemp stock/seed based CBD would withstand court challenge.
One way or another, check with your state and your PM. I'm in a state where MM is illegal but my PM is fine with CBD from companies that assay no THC.
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