Austria: CBD and cannabis regulation, July 2022

The Narcotics Substances Ordinance defines cannabis (hemp) – including its extracts, tinctures and other preparations made from it – as flower or fruit heads of plants belonging to the cannabis genus, from which the resin has not been extracted. Cannabis and cannabis resin are considered narcotic substances. No imminent changes to the regulatory framework for hemp and medicinal cannabis are expected in Austria, though depending on the results of the next elections, there could be amendments in the future.

This report offers a detailed summary of the current regulatory framework in place for CBD, hemp and cannabis in Austria. It covers everything from hemp cultivation and processing, to finished products and extracts, and the country’s medical and recreational cannabis policies.

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Table of contents

  1. Executive summary
  2. Outlook
  3. Hemp plant
  4. Extracts and synthetic as finished products
  5. Finished products containing CBD and extracts
  6. Import and export requirements
  7. Medical cannabis
  8. Recreational cannabis
  9. Relevant laws
  10. Relevant bodies

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