Regulatory reports

Our regulatory reports provide legal and regulatory analysis for different countries and complex areas of the CBD industry. The majority of the reports focus on specific countries, providing a detailed overview of the regulatory landscape along with all current and possible future restrictions, definitions, as well as the relevant laws and governing bodies. In addition, we offer a number of other reports that analyse controversial and obscure areas and provide straightforward explanations along with our interpretation of the law.

CBD under Danish law: Denmark regulatory report

Written by Marija Obradovic || 27th November 2018 || Regulatory reports |

Cultivation of hemp with less than 0.2% THC content is legal in Denmark. While some aspects of CBD regulation remain unclear, our report guides you through the rules as they are – and how they may be interpreted...

New regulations now in place: Canada regulatory snapshot

Written by CBD-Intel || 17th October 2018 || 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...

THC content limited: Spain regulatory snapshot

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

In our latest look at CBD regulations in Spain, we find 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%...