Recently, the usage and demand for CBD-derived products have gone up. More people have begun to see what products like CBD capsules or CBD tablets UK can do for you. However, there are a lot of questions being asked about the legality of CBD oil, so let’s answer them.
After World War One, hemp was outlawed by the UK because of its confusion with other forms of cannabis. Nowadays, if they have a license from the Home Office Controlled Drugs Licensing Department, citizens of the UK can grow industrial hemp.
CBD Product Selling
CBD products can be sold in the UK if sellers do not advertise their benefits as medicinal. You can only make these claims if you have a license from the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency.
Licenses are unnecessary when it comes to importing CBD into the UK, but if you are looking to ship CBD products internationally, the general rule is that it is considered legal if the products are also legal in the country it will be sent to. It is best to seek help from an expert regarding this matter.
Brands in the UK are allowed to sell CBD products as a food supplement with two conditions; No medical claims can be made, and a daily recommended dose below 200mg of CBD should be stated in the product. If the product has medical claims, it needs authorization from the Medicines & Healthcare products Regulatory Agency.
To learn more, check out this infographic by Love CBD.