Carte de réglementation du CBD en Europe
French CBD law
Cannabidiol is not classified as a toxic or doping substance, CBD is only legally, but should not be accompanied by THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) which is the euphoric molecule. At the level of electronic packaging for CBD electronic cigarettes, they are allowed in the case where they are no THC. However, it is still forbidden to buy cannabis or hemp flowers, even with a THC content of zero.
For growers : The cultivation of hemp is possible under certain conditions: Remember that the lines are authorized by the European Union (Futura, Dioica, Fedora, Férimon, Santhica, etc …). Prohibition to use fibers and seeds. And always make sure that the THC level does not exceed 0.2%.
For resellers : Therapeutic benefits of CBD are prohibited.
CBD law in the US
CBD seems legal in much of the USA, although it is important to know which plant it comes from. Indeed, hemp cultivation is allowed and the CBD must come from one of the authorized hemp lines. In theory the CBD extracted cannabis flowers is prohibited even if it is impossible to distinguish on the final product …
Some states have 100% legalized the use of Marijuana, so CBD is legal in the following states: Colorado, Oregon, Alaska, Washington State, California, Arizona, Nevada and Massachusetts.
On the other hand 3 States have totally banned the use of CBD: Idaho, Nebraska and South Dakota.
Cannabidiol in Germany
As for most European countries, CBD is legal, however CBD products must not contain more than 0.0005% THC according to German law. Although the cultivation of hemp accepts a level of THC of up to 0.2% the products that in them must contain much less THC, it is necessary to pay attention to the products that you can find on the Internet and prefer for example Isolate CBD oils that do not contain the slightest trace of a psychotropic product!
CBD in the U.K
In the United Kingdom, it is possible to consume CBD if the THC level does not exceed 0.2%, in addition it is explained that the THC contained in the product should not be separable easily from the rest of the preparation. This notion of separation is a little ambiguous and may leave a doubt about legality.
In England it is quite possible to grow industrial hemp producing a THC rate of less than 0.2% by obtaining the authorizations of the administration.
As regards the sale of CBD-based products such as oil, for example, it is forbidden to promote medicinal properties, they must therefore be sold as food supplements.
For belly a CBD product as a medicine requires approval from the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA). For the moment, no CBD medication has been approved yet.
CBD in Switzerland
Switzerland has a less drastic policy than the rest of the countries of the European Union. Indeed, Switzerland is one of the largest producers of hemp and cannabis for the production of CBD because it is simpler from a regulatory point of view to produce hemp on this territory.
Indeed cannabis plans can go up to a rate of 1% THC, which allows to grow varieties very rich in CBD (+ 20%) with a THC rate of around 0.8%. In Europe, only hemp remains below 0.2% THC with a low CBD level (~ 3%), large quantities of hemp must be grown in order to produce small amounts of crystals of CBD).
Recreational cannabis with a THC level greater than 1% is only prohibited. At the level of CBD flowers the law does not provide any subtlety, so it is allowed to use the flowers and the whole plant for the extraction of CBD. It is even possible to market the dried flowers.