Since the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill, CBD has gained more traction with consumers across the country. But which U.S. states are researching CBD the most online? We have some answers—thanks to Google Trends—that showed us where people are looking for popular products and where people are trying to learn more about how CBD can be used. Check out the results* below!

Which States Are Looking for CBD Products?

CBD products come in a variety of types: tinctures (or oils), gummies, edibles, capsules, and pet-designed products. Which states are topping the list for each CBD product?

Top States Searching for CBD Oil


  1. Indiana
  2. Vermont
  3. Kentucky
  4. Wisconsin
  5. Tennessee

Top States Searching for CBD Gummies


  1. South Carolina
  2. Tennessee
  3. North Dakota
  4. West Virginia
  5. Massachusetts

Top States Searching for CBD Edibles


  1. South Carolina
  2. Colorado
  3. Oregon
  4. Maine
  5. Nevada

Top States Searching for CBD for Pets


  1. Oregon
  2. Washington
  3. Colorado
  4. Wisconsin
  5. California

Top States Searching for CBD Capsules


  1. Oregon
  2. Washington
  3. Arizona
  4. Nevada
  5. Wisconsin

Which States Are Researching CBD Use?

CBD is an all-natural alternative for treating the symptoms associated with various ailments, including sleep issues, pain and inflammation, and anxiety. But a lot of people don’t know what it is or how it works. Which states are topping the list for this research?

Top States Searching “Is CBD Legal?”


  1. Idaho
  2. South Dakota
  3. Nebraska
  4. Alabama
  5. Wyoming

Unsurprisingly, the top three states searching about the legality of CBD are the three states where CBD laws are not clear. Nebraska, as recently as May 2019, has worked to amend unclear laws, but all three states have still left the sale of CBD products up in the air.

Top States Searching “CBD vs. THC”


  1. Oregon
  2. Washington
  3. California
  4. Nevada
  5. Massachusetts

The difference between CBD and THC has more to do with where the cannabinoid is taken from. THC is most often derived from marijuana plants, whereas CBD comes primarily from hemp plants. CBD can come from marijuana plants as well, but it will contain a higher percentage of THC. Currently, many laws prohibit the sale of CBD if it has a concentration of THC higher than 0.3%. That’s why it’s interesting that the top five states searching for CBD vs. THC happen to be five states that have fully legalized marijuana.

Top States Searching “Does CBD Get You High?”


  1. Alabama
  2. Georgia
  3. South Carolina
  4. Missouri
  5. Texas

For residents in the top five states wondering if CBD can get you high, we’re here to tell you that it won’t. At least not any CBD products sold by Frontier Jackson. Hemp-derived CBD is legally required to have equal to or less than 0.3% THC by volume. CBD is also a natural inhibitor of THC. When you introduce CBD to your body, it actually restricts THC from being able to adhere to the CB1 cannabinoid receptors, meaning it will not produce the high-like feeling associated with THC products.

Top States Searching “What Does CBD Do?”


  1. Indiana
  2. Kentucky
  3. Wisconsin
  4. Tennessee
  5. Utah

In addition to previously mentioned benefits of CBD regarding sleep, pain, and anxiety, CBD has shown an ability to possibly help regulate blood pressure and alleviate migraine symptoms. Not to mention, it has potential benefits for our pets that can help them live more energetic, balanced lives. So it’s no surprise that states where CBD-centered legislation has recently passed are curious about what CBD does.

At Frontier Jackson, we’re striving to lead the charge ahead on this new path of balanced, natural living, and as more questions, concerns, or benefits are found, we’ll be sure to let everyone know what’s going on. If you’d like to set out on a new journey with CBD, search for a CBD product today on Frontier Jackson’s shop.

*All trend searches done between May 29-31, 2019

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