Medical and recreational marijuana is illegal in Indiana. There is no information on marijuana demand in the state as a result of the legal status of marijuana. Low-THC cannabis extracts derived from hemp, including CBD oils, are permitted for medical uses in the state and can be legally bought in stores and online.
There is no information on Indiana’s medical or recreational marijuana taxes because no legal marijuana sales have occurred in the state. In addition, there have been no licensed marijuana dispensaries in the state.
The Indiana Department of Revenue handles tax collection in the state. However, the state does not yet tax marijuana because medical and recreational marijuana sales are still not legally allowed in the state.