For many years, France was the only European country to allow hemp cultivation. And with the surge in popularity CBD oil has experienced in France over the last few years, it would be nearly impossible to not have heard about hemp and CBD at this point.
Amidst the legislative chaos surrounding the Brexit, the status of CBD products in Great Britain has become even more unclear... or has it? Read our blog posts where we break down the various regulatory regimes applicable in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, now the Brexit dust has settled.
Throughout Italy and beyond, food supplements containing hemp and cannabidiol (CBD) have surged in popularity in recent years as more and more people discover the wellness benefits of incorporating them into their everyday routine. Hemp and CBD have quickly become some of Italians’ favorite food supplements.
Big news for the hemp and CBD sector in Europe! The European Union’s highest court last week ruled that cannabidiol (CBD) is not a narcotic and therefore falls under EU law on the free movement of goods among member states.
There is much confusion around whether buying and selling cannabidiol (CBD) is legal in Slovakia. The growing popularity of hemp-derived CBD products and better understanding of their natural benefits have prompted many Slovakians to investigate whether CBD is legal to access.