Back to the 19th and 20th centuries, Kentucky was a popular source of hemp fiber and it was considered the largest hemp cultivator in the country. However, when the War on Drugs illegalized hemp in the 1950s, the state turned its back to this agricultural crop. Even today, when hemp is unlisted as a Schedule I narcotic, the Bluegrass State hasn’t fully legalized the selling of certain hemp-derived products. For this reason, many growers, processors and consumers can’t fully embrace all the benefits of hemp products. Despite having an extremely organized licensing process for growers, manufacturers and distributors to have access to raw hemp flower in Kentucky, the state only allows these individuals to possess CBD buds. In other words, users can’t buy hemp flower in Kentucky. Until hemp flower laws in Kentucky change, there are several difficulties in finding a wide selection of hemp flower in your local stores and CBD dispensaries. In order to shed some light on the complicated state of hemp flower in Kentucky. Thanks for stopping by. Why not give something from our Farm a try?