Vermont CBD Products

Browse our various product categories and find the perfect CBD product for your needs. Whether you’re looking for an oil or tincture to help with anxiety, sleep issues, or pain and inflammation, capsules for sustained release of CBD, edibles to add to your CBD enjoyment, or even CBD treats for your dog – Vermont Hempicurean has it all. Choose a category below to see our selection of CBD products from Vermont companies.

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AroMed Aromatherapy

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Be Good Family Vermont

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Big Picture Farm

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Bordertown Farm

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Bravo Botanicals

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Cannabotanicals

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CBD Living

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CBDaves

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Creek Valley Cannabidiol

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Elevated State

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Elmore Mountain Therapeutics

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Full Tank

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Good Body Products

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Green Mountain Hemp Company

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Green Serenity

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Hillside Botanicals

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Holistapet

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Humble Roots Horticulture

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Hunger Mountain Hemp

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Kitchen Cabinet Medicinals

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Lily Hill

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Lip Balm

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Luce Farm

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Mansfield Provisions

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Maple Plus

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Mellow Makers

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Method Organics

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Mettawee Valley Hemp

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NEK Hemp

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NEK Roots

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Nutty Steph's

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Primal Botanical

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Pryzm Hempworks

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Root 7-9 CBD

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Ropana

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Sunsoil

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The Healing Rose

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Upstate Elevator Supply Company

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Vermont Farmacy

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Vermont Greenery

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Vermont Mountain Maple

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Vermont Pure CBD

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Z Botanicals

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Is CBD Legal In Vermont?

Yes! CBD is legal in Vermont. Selling and consuming CBD products like CBD Oil, CBD Edibles, and other ingestible products that contain Cannabidiol (more commonly known as “CBD”) is indeed legal in the state of Vermont. However, there are certain rules and guidelines put forth at both state and federal levels that businesses must adhere to. While the cannabis plant, which includes “hemp”, is legal, the plant is still considered a controlled substance under federal law. CBD products must contain less than .03% THC (otherwise known as Tetrahydrocannabinol, or the stuff that gets you high) in order to fall within the confines of the law. To learn more about the testing and certification of individual products, contact the manufacturer by visiting their website. Or you can contact the team at Vermont Hempicurean and we’ll do our best to answer any questions you may have. Happy CBD shopping!

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