CBD in Europemister_green
At the moment the therapeutic Cannabis makes much talk about him. Indeed, many researchers have addressed the issue and more and more states around the world allow it. Among them, the European states have made their choice and have laid down their conditions for the use of the CBD.
In Slovakia, for example, CBD and other cannabis plant derivatives are banned.
CBD at less than 0.2% THC
The main difference between a legal and illegal CBD product is the concentration of THC in the plant that has been used. French law stipulates that products sold and consumed in France must not come from a plant containing more than 0.2% THC. Other countries have adopted the same legislation. Among them is Germany, Spain, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Poland and Slovenia.
CBD at more than 0.2% THC
Others have set the limit at 0.3% THC. This means that if you buy CBD products there you risk problems with the law. Among them is the Czech Republic and Luxembourg. Italy has set its THC rate at 0.6%. Switzerland has fixed the THC limit in the hemp plant at 1.0%.
In Denmark and Malta the law does not care about the THC content in the plant. In both countries, a prescription medical clearance is required to obtain CBD. In the United Kingdom, however, no CBD product can be sold as a medical product. Any CBD product must be a dietary supplement. In countries like the Netherlands, Croatia and Belgium cannabis is legal under certain conditions. In other countries such as Austria, Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, Portugal, Romania and Sweden, any CBD product is allowed from the moment the substance is not psychoactive.
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