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Are CBD Gummies At Gas Stations Safe?

Feeling surprised to see CBD gummies at a gas station?

Well, what can we say? CBD is all around the world these days. And it appears that CBD cropping up in odd places isn’t going away any time soon.

But the real question is: Are gas station CBD gummies safe to buy?

Before we answer this question, let’s discuss the CBD regulations to see if you can compromise on CBD product quality. 

CBD Gummies And Legalization

Given the recent global rise in CBD purchases, it makes sense why most people still have questions concerning CBD legalization. 

As a matter of fact, “Are CBD products legal?” should be a question popping up in your mind. 

Yes. In general, CBD gummies are safe and legal to use. As the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 stated:

The Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (2018 Farm Bill) authorized the production of hemp and removed hemp and hemp seeds from the Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) schedule of Controlled Substances.”

The passing of the aforementioned law could only be possible with much-needed research on hemp-derived products. And all these researches came up with the same conclusion. Hemp-derived CBD is not psychoactive and is a safe, non-intoxicating compound. 

However, the limiting factor in the above statement would be the THC concentration in CBD products. Therefore, according to federal law, the THC percentage in any CBD product should be less than 0.3%.

The bottom line is that CBD products, oils, or gummies are legal if they have a 0.3% THC concentration. 

Gas Station CBD Gummies And Quality Assessment

As the CBD industry remains excessively unregulated and uncontrolled, how do you know whether your CBD product is safe, legal, and high quality?

To learn that, you first need to be aware of the types of CBD products available on the market.

The first one is hemp-derived. Very safe and legal in almost all states. However, some U.S. states still exercise their state laws. This means; you should be aware of the laws of the States if you are planning to travel or move in. 

As we established, hemp-derived CBD products are non-intoxicating and do not impair cognition. With a THC concentration of less than 0.3% in your CBD product, you are safe and good to go anywhere with it. Mostly. 

But, now comes the second type and the restrictions that go with it. 

The marijuana-derived CBD products have higher THC concentrations. Therefore, intoxication is a proven effect of ingesting marijuana-derived CBD items. 

Furthermore, one can only find these marijuana-derived CBD products in marijuana dispensaries. But only in those states where medicinal marijuana is legal. 

Therefore, it is best to always look for THC content while buying any CBD product because some products might label the THC percentage higher than legal, i.e., less than 0.3%.

If that happens, it only means two things. Either the THC percentage was mislabeled, or you are about to purchase a marijuana-derived CBD product with intoxicating effects. And if the latter is the case, it could imply two things:

  1. The product is from an illegal station.
  2. The product is advertised falsely.

And there is how your quality is compromised. All because you bought a cheap CBD product from a gas station. And the worst part? You trusted that source. 

Risks Of Buying Gas Station CBD Gummies

If you are planning to buy CBD products from a nearby gas station because you have just seen them, think twice!

More risks are attached to a cheap, low-quality, and falsely advertised CBD product from the gas station than you might think. As they are:

1. Not Authorized

The federal agency has yet to approve and investigate gas stations and other traffic-lighted places where CBD products are sold.

This implies that your gas station purchase is not evaluated and can be potentially dangerous. 

Here’s when the big question comes: “How do you know whether the THC content on your CBD product is legal?”

Well, the answer is quite simple.

Your very own CBD product tells you that.

You can view the ingredient list of the CBD product by scanning the QR code and downloading the Certificate of Analysis report. The COA guarantees the quality and legality of any CBD product. And without that, buying a cheap, low-quality gas station CBD product isn’t worth anything but a disappointment. 

2. Inaccurately Labeled Doses

Another risk of buying a CBD product from a gas station is that it might have an inaccurately labeled dosage. Given that gas station CBD products are not approved by the federal agency, there is a possibility that you might end up purchasing the wrong CBD dosage. Or, in worse cases, a CBD product with no actual CBD. 

3. Not Sealed

To determine whether your recently bought CBD product, either from a gas station or an online website, is high-quality, the seal of approval is your best bet. 

The U.S. Hemp Authority Certification is the first CBD certification program launched in 2018 to assess the CBD quality of any product. Any CBD product bearing the certified seal of the U.S. Hemp Authority means it’s been thoroughly analyzed and meets the standards of quality. 

4. Inconsistent With Quality

Inconsistency in terms of quality and meeting standards is another big concern when buying a CBD product from a gas station. 

Let’s say, for once, you got lucky and bought a high-quality CBD product from the gas station. But what are the odds of it happening again? Close to none. 

So, here comes the big question:

Are Gas Stations CBD Gummies Safe



When it comes to buying any CBD product from a gas station, CBD tinctures, gummies, edibles, or oils, it is necessary to take caution. While some gas station CBD products do not usually have a Certificate of Analysis report and the U.S. hemp seal, some may meet all the quality standards. 

Some gas stations sell CBD products from reputable brands that fit all the requirements. And to ensure your safety, here’s what you should always look for while buying any CBD product from a gas station: 

  1. The U.S Certified Hemp Seal 
  2. Certificate of Analysis Report
  3. The THC concentration
  4. The manufacturing date

With that being said, it is not worth the risk to buy products that are falsely labeled and have incorrect dosages. Therefore, it is always better to conduct thorough research while purchasing any product at a gas station. 

Final Thoughts

The best and safest ways to buy high-quality CBD products are from either the brand’s website or its outlet stores. If the brand has any. 

Regardless, it is best to research the brand before you buy any product. You can do so on the websites by viewing the brand’s About Us page, customer reviews, and general information. 

Sadly, you do not have these options when buying a CBD gummy from a local gas station. 

FAQs About CBD Gummies

1. Are CBD Gummies From The Gas Station Safe?


Online shopping is the best, most convenient, and safest way to buy a high-quality CBD product. 

However, if you cannot wait a couple of days for delivery and have a nearby gas station selling CBD products, purchasing a well-reputed brands cannabis products is your safest bet. Mainly because these well-known brands are U.S hemp certified, have a COA report, and have a THC concentration within the legal limit. 

2. How Safe Is It To Take CBD Gummies?

Many studies have suggested the advantages of using CBD gummies. These advantages are often related to relieving discomfort and inflammation, reducing the symptoms of uneasiness, and promoting sleep. Therefore, CBD use is generally safe. 

3. Should I Buy Gas Station CBD Gummies?

Sure, only if the CBD product has a certified hemp seal and a Certificate of Analysis Report, and is legal where you’re purchasing it. 

If the CBD product meets the aforementioned standards, it seems likely that the product is high-quality and from a reliable source brand. Otherwise, buying a cheap, low-quality, and below-par CBD product isn’t a good decision.

5. Who Should Avoid CBD Gummies?

It is best to consult a doctor before taking any CBD product at first. Especially if the individual already has certain underlying conditions like liver, kidney, and heart problems, is immuno-compromised, or is taking medicines that can negatively affect the immune system.

6. What Happens If You Eat CBD Edibles?

When you consume CBD edibles, they enter your digestive system, where they get absorbed. And then finally affects your brain. However, the bioavailability of orally ingested CBD products is lower than that of CBD vapes. Therefore, you might need to pop several CBD gummies to have the same effect as CBD vapes. 

In addition to that, it takes about 15 minutes to feel the effects of CBD if taken via vaping or sublingually. But it can take up to an hour or two if CBD edibles are ingested. 

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Jasmin Weber

Jasmin Weber is a seasoned professional in the kratom and CBD industry, contributing her expertise to Grassroots Harvest and GRH Kratom for over three years. A prolific writer, Jasmin crafts engaging content for both the cannabis and kratom websites of these companies and is a recognized voice in related online communities. With a deep-seated passion for the ever-evolving cannabis field, Jasmin dedicates herself to staying at the forefront of industry developments. Jasmin holds a Bachelor of Arts in Human Communication from Trinity University, San Antonio, where she also minored in Creative Writing and Religion, graduating in 2016. Her academic background enriches her ability to communicate complex information clearly and creatively. For collaboration opportunities, Jasmin can be reached at She is keen to explore innovative ideas that advance understanding and engagement in the cannabis and kratom sectors.Bachelor of Arts in Human Communication with Minors in Creative Writing & Religion. Feel free to contact the author at if you have any ideas for collaborations.

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