Marijuana is illegal in North Carolina, and there is no data on the demand for marijuana in the state. Low-THC cannabis extracts, such as CBD oils, which are legal to possess in the state are neither sold in nor regulated by the state. As such, there is no data on the demand for legal medical cannabis extracts in the state.
Marijuana is completely illegal in North Carolina, making it one of the last bastions holding out against the marijuana revolution sweeping the nation. Hence, the state does not tax any marijuana production or sales that may occur in the state, as these are black market activities.
There is no agency that taxes marijuana production or sales in North Carolina. Marijuana is completely illegal in the state and not subject to taxation.