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No clear rules on CBD extraction: Poland regulatory snapshot

Written by Marija Obradovic || 9th November 2018 || Regulatory reports |

Europe
Poland
Policy and Politics
Regulation and Legislation
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      Executive summary   The growing of hemp (<0.2 THC) is only legal for seed production and the food, cosmetics, textile, pharmaceutical and chemical industries. Cannabis (>0.2 THC) is classified as a narcotic, the processing of...

Zero tolerance on THC content: UK regulatory snapshot

Written by ECigIntelligence || 8th November 2018 || Regulatory reports |

Europe
United Kingdom
Policy and Politics
Regulation and Legislation
Regulatory reports
In our overview of the regulatory landscape in the United Kingdom we find that while the UK is one of Europe’s largest CBD markets, growing and extracting CBD is restricted and there is a zero-tolerance policy for THC...

Restricted but in demand: France regulatory snapshot

Written by elbamanzanilla || 23rd October 2018 || Regulatory reports |

Europe
France
Policy and Politics
Public Health and Medicine
Regulation and Legislation
Regulatory reports
Despite being Europe’s biggest hemp grower and reputedly its highest cannabis user, France has one of Europe’s most restrictive regulatory environments for cannabis...

New regulations now in place: Canada regulatory snapshot

Written by CBD-Intel || 17th October 2018 || Regulatory reports |

Canada
North America
Policy and Politics
Regulation and Legislation
Regulatory reports
      Executive summary   Canada is the centre for the world’s largest cannabis companies and has recently implemented a wide-ranging new regulatory environment for all cannabis products. However, the new cannabis legislation treats CBD in exactly...

New restrictions on the horizon: Switzerland regulatory snapshot

Written by CBD-Intel || 17th October 2018 || Regulatory reports |

Europe
Switzerland
Policy and Politics
Regulation and Legislation
Regulatory reports
    Executive summary   Switzerland has very conspicuously allowed the sale of CBD-rich flower through tobacconists as a tobacco substitute. THC content is limited to 0.3% in cannabis plants and 1% in finished products, significantly higher than...

THC content limited: Spain regulatory snapshot

Written by CBD-Intel || 12th October 2018 || Regulatory reports |

Europe
Spain
Regulation and Legislation
Regulatory reports
      Executive summary   Hemp growing is allowed under strict control, but CBD may only be extracted from plant fibre and seeds. All CBD finished products must contain less than 0.2% THC content. CBD isolate is...

US Farm Bill could yet bring big changes and growth to CBD market

Written by CBD-Intel || 8th October 2018 || Regulatory reports |

North America
United States
Policy and Politics
Regulation and Legislation
Regulatory reports
Language in the Senate version of the 2018 US Farm Bill could lead to sweeping changes in the CBD sector – and significant bipartisan support appears to exist to pass it after the November mid-term elections ...

CBD in Canada: how the new federal law changes the game

Written by CBD-Intel || 30th September 2018 || Regulatory reports |

Canada
North America
Regulation and Legislation
Regulatory reports
The cannabis plant and some of its by-products, including CBD, will be legal in Canada from 17th October 2018, but their sale, access and possession will come under a new strict regulatory framework ...

Relatively clear rules and guidance: CBD products in Switzerland

Written by CBD-Intel || 1st August 2018 || Regulatory reports |

Europe
Switzerland
Regulation and Legislation
Regulatory reports
CBD products in Switzerland come under three possible headings: sale with some restrictions; sale requiring authorisation; and sale prohibited. This report considers these three categories, what they apply to, and what they mean ...

CBD vaping in France: making sense of a legal grey area

Written by elbamanzanilla || 13th June 2018 || Regulatory reports |

EU
Europe
France
Regulation and Legislation
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The use of cannabidiol (CBD) in e-liquids is not specifically regulated in France, and in a grey area as no law or competent authority has officially confirmed the legality of its use in an e-cigarette as a consumer...

CBD as an ingredient in e-liquids:
EU regulatory report

Written by pablo@ecigintelligence.com || 9th May 2018 || Regulatory reports |

EU
Europe
Regulation and Legislation
Regulatory reports
What laws regulate the use of cannabidiol (CBD) in e-liquids across the European Union – and what regulatory regime is likely to apply in the future? Our report finds the clear lines in a legal grey area ...