In short, YES! The 2018 Farm Bill descheduled hemp from the DEA controlled substance list and opened the way for hemp farming, extraction, manufacturing, and sales in the United States. Other countries including Mexico have followed suit. The USDA regulates hemp farming in the United States. However each state also has the option of adopting their own hemp plan. Check the rules in your state for more information on what is allowed. Because the FDA has not yet approved hemp derived products for human consumption, many products are limited to sales within each state and are not allowed to engage in interstate commerce.