Is delta-8 THC a legal product in the US?

20th May 2021 - Blog |

CBD-Intel’s opinion from a reading of laws at the federal level is that – currently – delta-8 THC should be considered legal if derived from a legal hemp plant. This is because the federal definition of hemp encompasses multiple parts including cannabinoids, derivatives and isomers and shields them from the federal definition of tetrahydrocannabinols listed […]

Global CBD stakeholders database

14th May 2021 - Regulatory trackers |

Use our newly updated directory of stakeholders in the global CBD sector to find the most relevant organisations in key markets, with full web, email, phone and address details. Available exclusively to CBD-Intel subscribers, this once-yearly updated database is a consolidated, user-friendly Excel file. Note that this file is password protected; please enter the password: […]

The Future of CBD in Europe post novel food regulations

12th May 2021 - Presentations , Resources |

Tim Phillips, CBD-Intel’s managing director, recently presented at CBD Live during VOXPO – Virtual Online Vape & CBD Expo on 28th April 2021. In addition to an overview of the impact of Covid-19 on the retail environment, he provided a comparative analysis of the current Novel Food legislation in the UK and the US, as […]

Could CBD/hemp vaping equipment be exempt from the incoming rule prohibiting the mailing of e-cigarette and vaporiser-related products through the US Postal Service (USPS)?

7th May 2021 - Blog |

Recent consultation guidance does suggest that the USPS is considering broadly exempting hemp and CBD services from the incoming rule. The guidance states: “For hemp-based products containing CBD with a THC concentration not exceeding 0.3 percent, mailers must retain, and prepare to make available upon request, records establishing compliance with all applicable federal, state, and […]