Though the demand for this second variety is astounding from the general public but getting it legal does not seem possible as of date. Many other bills on marijuana legalization have been passed over the years but none of them have been approved.
Indiana has no tolerance for THC and its derivatives and you can get into trouble for having any trace of THC in your blood. Drug tests will generally be unable to pick up CBD oil in your blood but if you are consuming large doses of it, you might get a false positive in the test and be the one who is playing with fire. It is best to ask your healthcare professional as per dosage requirements for your particular health issue and be safe than sorry.
There is much confusion regarding what is legal and illegal in the State which came to the fore when the Greenfield Police Department tested two CBD flowers from two places and concluded after the smell test, micro and macroscopic examinations and the Duquenois-Levine test, one generally used for cannabis testing that the product is undifferentiable from marijuana.
They also employed a canine test to establish the presence of cannabis which many wondered was like asking the poor dog to differentiate between a rose and a flower. They did not or could not administer a suitable test to check the percentage of THC, which is the major distinctive feature between what is legal and what is not. This would be hilarious maybe for the police to pull one over, identify something like marijuana in your car, search your car, arrest you and put you in jail. When later they discover that the THC content is less and so legal, you still would have to pay for your car being towed or have been fined and with an arrest record for which you will need to wait a year before being expunged. The police are immune in this case from civil liability as they cannot differentiate under normal smell and look tests if the CBD item you were carrying was legal or illegal and the damage is done.