Governor Northam signed the Virginia Industrial Hemp legislation in June 2019. The bill abolishes the hemp research program and permits the commercial production of industrial hemp.
Is Hemp Flower Legal in Virginia?
Yes, hemp flower is legal in Virginia, but only licensed individuals can grow, deal, or possess it. To legally possess hemp plants and raw hemp flower in this state, individuals must be registered Industrial Hemp Grower, Dealer, or Processor. 
That said, Virginia hemp law doesn’t explicitly regulate the sale, possession, and use of smokable hemp products.
Products such as hemp pre-rolls, cigarettes, etc. match the definition of “hemp product” under Virginia law, which means a “finished product that is otherwise lawful and that contains industrial hemp.” Furthermore, under that definition, the law includes: 
- Building materials
- Automobile parts
- Animal bedding
- Animal feed
- Oil containing industrial hemp extract
- Food or food additives for human consumption
This leads us to the conclusion that Virginia law doesn’t explicitly regulate the possession and commercial sale of hemp smokeables. So, the law is murky regarding this area.
Update April 26,2020
Smokable hemp products are legal in Virginia for adults aged 21 and over. The Old Dominion is among the first states to specifically regulate smokable hemp and allow the sale of smokable hemp products in vending machines. Virginia decided to extend its current program into the 2020 production season.
The state took a massive leap in April 2020 as Governor Northam approved three bills relating to hemp (and cannabis):
- House Bill 962 regulates smokable hemp products for adults over 21.
- Senate Bill 918 allows CBD in food despite federal prohibition. The bill defines hemp extract (including CBD) as food and regulates hemp-derived products intended for human consumption.
- SB 2 and HB 972 decriminalize possession of marijuana — possession of up to one ounce of cannabis is punishable by a $25 fine with no threat of jail time and criminal record.
Where to Buy Hemp Flower in Virginia?
You can legally buy smokable hemp flower online if you live in Virginia.
USPS Allows Shipping Small Quantities of Hemp
Hemp is no longer a controlled substance in the US, and the USPS allows shipping small quantities of hemp.
To comply with the agency’s rules, we include a certificate of analysis and notice to law enforcement in each package — these two documents confirm you are getting a legal product (hemp flower with less than 0.3% THC) shipped to your home.
Virginia Hemp Flower for Sale
You can legally purchase smokable hemp products with less than 0.3% THC from MrHempFlower.
Even if you decide to buy smokable hemp products from a local dispensary in Virginia, it’s unlikely to find fresh, quality products.
We made all our products using organically grown hemp sourced from top farms in Washington State, Oregon, and Colorado.
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Fresh Products Only
We offer freshly produced hemp smokables only, so you can rest assured you are getting your money’s worth.
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Avoid Smoking Hemp in Public
Hemp is an agricultural commodity in the US. But, you should still avoid smoking hemp in public. Hemp resembles marijuana, and law enforcement can’t tell the difference between hemp and marijuana. If you get caught using hemp smokables in public, law enforcement will likely enforce marijuana laws on you.
Virginia Industrial Hemp Program
Commercial production of industrial hemp is legal in Virginia. The Industrial Hemp bill initially went active in May 2019 and was later signed by Governor Northam.
Under Virginia law, “industrial hemp” means any part of the plant Cannabis sativa, including seeds thereof and any derivative, extract, cannabinoid, isomer, acid, salt, or salt of an isomer, whether growing or not, with a concentration of tetrahydrocannabinol that is no greater than that allowed by federal law. 
Individuals interested in growing, dealing, or processing hemp can register with the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.
Grower is a registered person who plants, cultivates, or harvests industrial hemp.
Dealer is a registered person who buys industrial hemp and sells it to processors or other sellers who sell industrial hemp to processors.
Processor is a registered person who converts industrial hemp into a hemp product.
Is CBD Legal in Virginia?
Yes, hemp-derived CBD extract with less than 0.3% THC is legal in Virginia. The state-approved the production, use, and sale of products containing hemp-derived extract, such as hemp-derived CBD oil for human consumption, under certain circumstances.
The state Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services issued a letter concerning the production of hemp products intended for human consumption. 
Shortly, Virginia Administration has directed the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VDACS) to treat hemp-derived extracts intended for human consumption as approved food additives.
Furthermore, Registered Industrial Hemp Processors fall under food safety inspection regarding the production of hemp-derived extracts intended for human consumption.
Individuals manufacturing a hemp product containing hemp-derived extract containing CBD must comply with the state food laws and regulations as well as meet the standards and limits recommended by other state and federal laws.
FAQs on Hemp Flower Virginia State Laws
Virginia law doesn’t restrict the minimum or maximum amount of hemp flower you can purchase at once or one time.
If you are buying hemp flower in its raw state to deal, or process it, you must be registered under the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. Regarding hemp smokables, the state law doesn’t explicitly regulate these products.
It is legal to sell hemp flower in Virginia between licensed individuals.
Yes, hemp CBD with less than 0.3% THC is legal in Virginia. The state recently regulated the production and sale of hemp products containing hemp-derived extract meant for human consumption.
Yes, hemp-derived CBD oil with less than 0.3% THC is legal in Virginia. Individuals can legally buy, and retailers can lawfully sell hemp CBD oil and CBD-infused hemp products for human consumption.