CBD oil is legal if it contains less than 0.3% of THC. Alaska has decriminalized marijuana for recreational use by adults and possession of fewer than two ounces or six plants is legal. You must be over the age of 21 to buy and CBD products. The state also has a medical marijuana program which allows for non-adult use. According to Senat Bill 6, Alaska has officially separated hemp from marijuana on the basis of its THC content. The growth and sale of industrial hemp are regulated by the Department of Natural Resources. Driving under the influence of CBD is classified as a DUI in Alaska and can incur penalties and fines.
Once again, the exact legal status of buying CBD in Alaska is in some dispute. Even though recreational marijuana and CBD are legal according to state, law, they are still technically illegal under federal law. However, most of the time, state law enforcement agencies in Alaska do not enforce federal laws surrounding marijuana and CBD. This also means it is technically not allowed to buy CBD and have it mailed into the state, but many companies do anyway and do not incur penalties.