Amazon prohibits CBD sales. We bought some on the site anyway.

To test Amazon’s ability to police its marketplace, The Washington Post bought 13 products to see if they included CBD. Eleven did. Read more: …


  1. Yeah I just bought a hemp oil on amazon …. it was literally garbage…. I got so sick after using it …. it INCREASED my pain … don’t even know how that is possible but it happened … don’t trust these sellers they can be putting anything in there and slapping whatever on the bottle because it’s not regulated

  2. They are jealous that Trump legalized Hemp and the do nothing democrats never did. Facebook is a jerk about it too, and craigslist. Liberals "save the earth, grow Hemp, unless Trump did it first."

  3. Amazon is effectively a global superstore, and in the UK they sell products marketed by fraudulent sellers. I wanted to purchase Microsoft Windows 10 Professional 32/64 bit on DVD, but there are so many sellers clearly advertising fake products. I read some of the feedback and it is heartbreaking the number of people being duped. The fraudsters cover a wide field, including pharmacy and creams from China. What can Amazon do about it? If they were a high street store they would check each manufacturer of products they sell. So where is the solution?

  4. People over here freaking out that Amazon is trying to prevent CBD purchase because of big pharma lol like what? You know not all CBD is legal to be purchased in every state and some require you to have a medical card to purchase it at all and on top of that some states tax the sell of CBD differently… maybe they find it too risky to sell and be compliant as a company with differing state requirements

  5. WP doesn’t like anything cannabis related because people who use cannabis are not as easily programmed we usually refuse to get on board with stupid ideas like The ones so prevalent on this page

  6. Any reason given WHY Amazon refuses to sell something that has proven health benefits and no hallucinogenic properties? Big Pharma’s influence?

    What is the socially redeeming benefit of this suppression of a healing substance?

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