Both hemp and marijuana, derived from the Cannabis Sativa L, have been for many years under the misconception that they were one and the same. Decades ago, they both were jointly classified as a dangerous Schedule I drug by the government. However, when the Farm Bill of 2018 passed into law, the Controlled Substances Act excluded hemp from the list of controlled drugs. Thanks to this, any state that submits a hemp farming program to the U.S. Department of Agriculture may legally cultivate this agricultural commodity if farmers are licensed within the state. This seemingly trivial reform, created a whole new market, with the hemp industry increasing in all corners of the country. The state of Hawaii was one of the many who applied their own hemp farming program in the hope of reaping the possibilities promised by this agricultural commodity. In the following guide, we will see what is the legal status of smokable hemp flower in Hawaii, whether or not you can buy hemp in the Aloha State, and the current Hawaii’s hemp flower laws.