The short answer is: it depends on where you are. According to the 2018 Farm Bill hemp may legally be cultivated if it is below .3% delta 9-THC. So while hemp derived delta-8 products are legal on a federal level there are 18 states who have chosen to restrict or completely ban them in one form or another, and there are four more who have pending approval. As long as you are not in Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Kentucky, Idaho, Iowa, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, New York, North Dakota, Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont or Washington it is possible to legally purchase delta-8 products online. Each state varies on their level of legality of cannabis, and therefore have different reasons for prohibiting the online sale of delta-8. Colorado, where recreational cannabis is legalized for adults, has determined that there is not enough data to conclude if there are any potentially harmful effects associated with delta-8 consumption. Arkansas, on the other hand, views all hemp products to be equivalent to full delta-9 THC and delta-8 carries the full penalties of any other cannabis product. Another question to consider when purchasing delta-8 online is are you old enough to do so? While the Federal government has no age restrictions for purchasing delta-8, several states mandate that you must be a minimum of 21 years old to purchase delta-8 products. Other states have set the age limit at 18, so it is important to check with your local regulations to determine if you are eligible for online purchasing of delta-8. If all criteria are met, and you can legally purchase delta-8 in your state, there is some good news. Because delta-8 is legal on a federal level, it is legal to ship the products through the United States Postal Service or any other courier. Due to the simplicity of the shipping and the widespread legality in a majority of states, there are many online retailers that are selling delta-8 products. The final challenge is only to find a reliable vendor with a quality product.