The United States Postal Service released a statement saying they do allow CBD products to be mailed through them
The post office made a decision in November that mailing CBD was legal.
In the meantime, while some mailed CBD continues to be the target of police actions in other states, such enforcement doesn’t seem to be happening on a state level in Arizona.
FDA approved THC and CBD but says they have the power to enforce the laws regardless of current laws
Both CBD and THC have been studied for current, FDA-approved drugs, and both fall firmly under the FDA’s purview regardless of the legal status of hemp, the statement said. The agency urged companies to obtain FDA approval for CBD products marketed as dietary supplements for people or animals. “We’ll take enforcement action needed to protect public health against companies illegally selling cannabis and cannabis-derived products that can put consumers at risk and are being marketed in violation of the FDA’s authorities,” FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb said in the statement. He added that warning letters were previously sent to companies “illegally selling CBD products that claimed to prevent, diagnose, treat, or cure serious diseases, such as cancer.”
FDA gives a thumbs up with an official approval for cannabis seeds, cannabis seed oil, and cannabis seed proteins
Gottlieb’s statements grant blanket approval for “hulled hemp seeds, hemp seed protein and hemp seed oil,” deeming them “safe” as food additives. https://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/news/postal-inspectors-warning-letter-arizona-cbd-maker-hemp-laws-limits-11074921