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Cannabis is illegal in South Carolina. There are some limited circumstances in which low-THC CBD oil may be recommended for conditions like epilepsy.
Cannabis is illegal for recreational use in South Carolina. Use of low-THC cannabidiol (CBD) oil is permitted for some medical conditions like epilepsy. In 2014, Governor Nikki Haley signed into law Senate Bill 1035, legalizing CBD oil for treating epilepsy if recommended by a physician.
No specific possession limits for medicinal CBD in South Carolina. The law exempts cannabidiol or any "manufacture, salt, derivative, mixture, or preparation" of marijuana that contains 0.9% or less THC and more than 15% CBD from the definition of marijuana if a person has a certification from his or her doctor that he or she has a severe form of epilepsy that has not responded to traditional therapies.
No, it is not legal to grow cannabis in South Carolina.