There are many terms thrown around when people talk about the legality of CBD products. Words like, cannabis, hemp, THC and marijuana can often easily determine whether a CBD product is legally available for consumption and purchase or not. But why does this matter? Cannabidiol (CBD) products all look and taste the same, right? Well- not quite. In this article we will talk about the different types of cannabis, what makes CBD products legal and where in Europe you can purchase them.

Let’s Talk About Cannabis

The use of cannabis with high concentration of THC for recreational purposes is prohibited in most countries around the world. Nonetheless, a long list of countries have adopted a policy of decriminalization to make simple possession a non-criminal offense. Others have much more severe penalties. For example, in some asian countries possession of cannabis can result in imprisonment for several years. In most middle eastern countries, possession of very small amounts can result in more severe punishments.

In the United States, for examples, the legal status varies according to state. Read more about CBD Oil in the US here.

Before we get into all that, let’s back up a little bit and talk about cannabis and where CBD comes in. The term cannabis1 refers to a genus of flowering plants from the Cannabaceae family2. The family consists of three primary species: Cannabis Sativa, Cannabis Indica, and Cannabis Ruderalis. While people often refer to hemp and marijuana as “species”, they are actually not.

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According to the Journal of Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research3, the terms “hemp” and “marijuana” are wide classifications of Cannabis that were adopted into everyday language by different cultures; however, they technically cannot be called plants on their own.

Nowadays, this is the understanding we have adopted:

  • “Hemp” or “industrial hemp” refers to  cannabis varieties4  such as Cannabis Sativa L. containing 0.2% or less THC content. It’s cultivation is supervised by state authorites
  • “Marijuana”, “marihuana”, “grass”, “weed”, “pot” and “ganja” are synonym words, referring to Cannabis varieties which contain more than 0.2% THC5 and can induce psychotropic or euphoric effects on the user.

CBD is one of more than 60 compounds6 found in the cannabis plant, which means that both “hemp” and “marijuana” contain CBD within their chemical structure. This also means that CBD products can be prepared from all cannabis plants, however the CBD to THC concentration will differ with each plant.

Legal Status Of CBD Products Around Europe

The legality of CBD products for medical use or as a dietary supplement in Europe in general varies by country. CBD laws around the world may vary in terms of possession, distribution, how it can be consumed, and what medical conditions it can be used for. Nonetheless, according to EU law, CBD products must not exceed 0.2% THC7. This applies to all countries in the European Union. This means that CBD products have to be created using CBD rich Cannabis varieties – namely Cannabis Sativa L varieties. The cultivation of Cannabis sativa L. varieties is officially permitted in the EU, upon the conditions that they are registered in the EU’s ‘Common Catalogue of Varieties of Agricultural Plant Species’8 and the tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content in the plant does not exceed a concentration of 0.2 %.

There are, however, some countries which are following their own cannabis specific laws. We suggest that you always check with your local authorities before purchasing any CBD products.

Laws about CBD Products: Country by Country

Austria ✅

CBD products are legal to purchase in Austria, as long as they are not advertised as a food supplement or medication and the maximal content of THC allowed is 0.3%9. This content of THC is higher than the general 0,2% suggested by the EU.


Belgium ❌

Belgium laws contain a list of plants which are not allowed for use in or as foodstuff10. This list unfortunately contains Cannabis Sativa L, therefore CBD products such as oils and capsules are not legal to purchase.


Bulgaria ✅

Bulgaria made history by becomiong the first EU country to allow free sale of hemp-derived cannabidiol11. This makes CBD products legal and easy to purchase in Bulgaria, as long as they contain less than 0,2% of THC.


Cyprus ✅

Cyprus follows the EU regulations and allows cultivation of Cannabis Sativa L12.  Any products manufactured from this plans must not exceed 0,2% of THC, making regular CBD products legal to purchase.


Czech Republic ✅

The laws13 the Czech Republic state the following:

 NO authorization is required for the acquisition, storage and processing of hemp plants, which may contain not more than 0,3% of the tetrahydrocannabinols, and only hemp for industrial, technical and horticultural purposes, as well as trade in hemp for those purpose.

Therefore, CBD products are legal to purchase, as long as they contain equal or less amount of the officially allowed THC percentage.


Denmark ⚠️

In Denmark, similarly to other EU countries, it can be argued that CBD products are legal to purchase if they contain less than 0,2% ot THC. Nontheless, an ongoing debate14 form the Danish authorities keeps CBD users in limbo. They suggest that due to the healing properties of cannabidiol, it can be classed as medicine, therefore you should require e perscription to obtain any CBD products. There is one exception for topical CBD products such as creams and lip balm. These do not require a medical prescrip Nontheless, people are still purchasing CBD online. Our advice: be careful when buying CBD in Denmark.


Finland ⚠️

While CBD products in Finland are legal, they are regarded as medicine, therefore require perscription15. Importing CBD products form abroad is also not easy and heavily regulated.


France ✅

France follows the general EU law for industial hemp and allows legal purchase of CBD products with content of 0,2% THC or less.


Germany ⚠️

Laws in Germany are very particular when it comes to CBD and cannabis. According to the Narcotics Traffic Act (“Gesetz über den Verkehr mit Betäubungsmitteln” in German), cannabis can also be seen a s non-narcotic, provided that its tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content does not exceed 0,2 % and that it is used solely for commercial or scientific purposes (other than cultivation) which prevent its abuse for intoxication16. This law should be enough to make CBD products legal to market, nontheless the law goes into more detail, putting further requirements on CBD produts.

Higher Regional Court of Hamm in 2016 ruled that Hemp flower (CBD buds) are illegal for mere consumtion, as they are considered as part of the plant, therefore raw.  The judge ruled the following:

Only harmless (processed, editor’s note) cannabis products may then be sold to an end user17.

Police also seems to back up the statement with a tweet on the 15th of January 2019

The tweet reads as follows: “The sale of CBD cannabis blossoms from allegedly certified THC-free cultivation to consumers is punishable by law

The statemend made by the Higher Regional Court set up the standards of which CBD products are legal and which not, but also brough in a lot of uncertainty.  As of now we know the following:

  • Hemp blossom tea
    The tea must be made from hemp. The THC content must be less than 0.2 percent.
  • CBD tea & CBD coffee ⚠️
    Uncertain and unclear laws
  • CBD flowers ❌
    Officially illegal
  • CBD oil (full spectrum extract)
    Purchase and use is legal if the THC content is less than 0.2 percent.
  • CBD oil (isolated CBD) ⚠️
    Due to its pharmacological effect, isolated CBD can be considered as medicine.

Greece

Acording to Greek law18 hemp-derrived products are not considered as drugs, as they do not contain high amounts of THC. Therefore, CBD products can be legally purchased in Greece.


Ireland ⚠️

CBD Oil can be legal in Ireland only if it’s extracted by cold pressing19. Extraction methods such using CO2 or solvents makes CBD oils unfit to sell and illegal.


Italy ✅

The situation with CBD in Italy is a bit complicated. While there is no official law, which states that cannabidiol products are legal, there is also no law, prohibiting manufacturing, selling and consuming CBD products20. Manufacturers and consumers alike are taking advantage of this “loophole” and enjoying the benefits of CBD undisturbed.


Latvia ✅

Latvia follows the general EU law on industial hemp and therefore allows for CBD products with up to 0,2% of THC to be legally sold on the market.


Lithuania ✅

Lithuania is another EU country whuch complies to the general hemp law. You can legally buy CBD products in Lithuania, as long as they contain less than 0,2% of THC.


Luxembourg ✅

You can legally buy CBD products in Luxembourg, as long as they contain 0,3% of THC or less21.


Netherlands

According to the Opium law in the Netherlands22, CBD oil is tolerated as a herbal products and can be legally sold and consumed if it is extracted from EU hemp, containing 0,05% of THC or less.


Norway⚠️

As Norway is not part of the EU, the general hemp law does not apply there. To be legally purchased, CBD oils must contain 0% ot THC.


Poland

In Poland there are no restriction in legislation specifically preventing the use of CBD. Hemp strains containing less than 0.2% THC have been cultivated in Poland for a very long time23


Romania ✅

Romanian law does not contain any specifics regarding CBD, therefore according to the gneral EU law, CBD products are legal to buy there.


Slovenia

According to Slovenian law, the cultivation, possession, processing, sale and distribution of cannabis having a THC content greater than 0.2% is prohibited under existing legislation24. Therefore, CBD products with less than 0,2% of THC content are completely legal.


Spain ✅

Spanish laws are in favor of the general EU law on industial hemp and officially allow the production and purchase on CBD products, containing less than 0,2% ot THC25.


Sweden ⚠️

Sweden has some of Europe’s most restrictive drug laws. Since June 2019, the Supreme Court decided that CBD products with THC content, regardless of quantity, should be classified as narcotics26

Previously, CBD was in a grey zone but was considered by the Medical Products Agency to be medicine, especially when many companies marketed the CBD products with medical claims, which means that they automatically fall under the Medicines Act and have to follow certain regulations. CBD products for oral intake are today considered as medicines and in order to sell them, a license from the Medical Products Agency is required. If the product contains THC regardless of quantity, it is classified as a narcotic drug.


Switzerland ✅

Swiss cannabis and hemp laws are fairly relaxed. Hemp-derrived CBD products are completely legal to bring into and purchase in Switzerland, as long as they do not exceed the legal limit of 1% THC27


United Kingdom ✅

It is legal to buy CBD oil in the United Kingdom, if the product contains less than 0,2% ot THC28 as per EU law.


Russia ⚠️

The Government Resolution No. 681 “On Approval of the List of Narcotics, Psychotropic Substances and Their Precursors being a Subject to Control in the Russian Federation” specifies the narcotic cannabinoid THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol), all its isomers and derivatives. Although CBD is not on the list, it is still a THC isomer, like many other cannabinoids with identical atomic composition and molar mass. In this respect there are no official declarations of CBD status on the territory of Russian Federation.  Our advice is to stay clear of CBD oil in Russia.


Slovakia ❌

Slovakia’s law are very clear: CBD belongs to their “Group 2” of narcotics, therefore all CBD products are considered illegal for production and consumption alike29


What Types of CBD Products are Legal to Purchase?

There are a variety of CBD products available on the market. These include CBD Oils, CBD creams, CBD capsules, CBD E-Liquids, CBD edibles, as well as CBD infused cosmetics.  As long as the finished product contains less than 0.2% to THC, it is considered legal. These products are all made by extracting the CBD compound from Cannabis and mixing it with terpenes and a carrier product, for example hemp seed oil. Nonetheless, not all products created from cannabis contain CBD. Since certain cannabis varieties are grown for their fibre or edible seeds (hemp and hemp seeds), often there is a confusion between hemp seed oil and CBD oil.

The Difference Between Hemp seed oil and CBD oil

Hemp seed oil is produced by pressing the seeds. It contains several plant materials but no THC. Hemp seed oil, unlike CBD oil doesn’t contain any cannabinoids, regardless of the fact that they are both extracted from the same plant. Hemp seed oil is mainly used for cooking, but also as food, as it is a good source of protein, fiber and minerals30.

CBD oil on the other hand can contain many (full-spectrum) or just one (isolate) cannabinoid. It is known for its medicinal properties, mainly due to its anti-inflammatory qualities.

CBD and cosmetics

The EU Cosmetics Regulation31 states that all cosmetic products made available for purchase on the market must be safe for human health when used under normal or reasonably foreseeable conditions.

Further down in the document, in annex II, there is a list of substances which are prohibited from use in cosmetics. It includes any substance referred to in Tables I and II of the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs of 1961 (the Single Convention)32, which includes cannabis.

Nonetheless, the Single Convention uses a particular definition of Cannabis limited to “the flowering or fruiting tops of the cannabis plant” and excludes the seeds and leaves of the plant when not accompanied by the tops.  This means that CBD can legally be used in cosmetics and sold in the EU, when not obtained from the cannabis flower.

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Comments

  1. AvatarJayce R

    How to sensibly buy LEGAL cbd oil? Because I got a letter saying customs has confiscated my package two times already and I’m pissed.

    1. adminadmin

      Hi Jayce,

      I am sorry to hear that your oils have been taken in customs. There are some countries that we are not able to ship to. We can ship to most European countries. We cannot ship to Norway, Greenland and Iceland. Which country are you from?

      – I look forward to hearing from you

      Best regards
      Katrine from Nordic Oil

        1. SilviyaSilviya Article Author

          Hi David,

          Thank you for your interest in our products! Unfortunately, we are not shipping to Chile (yet), but we are working on expanding our reach, so we can help even more people. If you have any specific questions regarding our products, I would recommend you drop our customer service an email at info@nordicoil.dk.

          I hope we hear from you soon!

          Kind regards,
          Silviya from Nordic Oil

    1. adminadmin

      Hi J

      In Norway it is only legal to have 100% THC-free products. Even when the product is 100% THC-free it can still be hard to get through customs.

      Best regards
      Katrine from Nordic Oil

  2. AvatarBrittany M

    Hello! My mom is traveling from the States to Ireland! Trying to find out if CBD oil legal to fly over and to have it with her during her trip? Will she need an Rx from a doctor and product into? Thank you so much!

  3. AvatarElizly Steyn

    Hi do you know if Hemp CDB oil legal in Taiwan and can is ship it to a friend there from South Africa

    1. AlysshaAlyssha

      Hi Elizly,

      In Taiwan, CBD is classified as a pharmaceutical product. That means your friend would have to get a prescription from a medical professional to get CBD there. It would be illegal for you to ship it from South Africa.

      Best regards,
      Alyssha from Nordic Oil

    1. adminadmin

      Hi Grzegorz,

      We currently do not ship to the Philippines, however, I would recommend that you drop our customer service an email. They will be able to give you further advice and maybe arrange for a shipment. Please email info@nordicoil.dk.

      I hope my answer has been helpful

      Kind regards,
      Silviya from Nordic Oil

      1. SilviyaSilviya Article Author

        Dear Mike,

        Unfortunately, Nordic Oil does not ship to Panama (yet). We are working hard to make our oils and other CBD products accessible to everyone, but it is a lengthy process, especially because many countries have their own specific rules when regulations when it comes to CBD. We do, however, ship to many counties in Europe, and very soon to every state in the US.
        If you are interested in our products, please browse through our shops https://nordicoil.com/ (US), https://nordicoil.de/ (European) and feel free to get back in touch.

        Best regards,
        Silviya from Nordic Oil

  4. AvatarTim

    Hey there,

    My Girlfriend is from China. How are the laws regarding CBD over there and would I be able to ship it to her?
    I did some research but the information received seems more guessed as proved.

    Thank you very much

    1. adminadmin

      Hi Tim,

      Unfortunately we don’t ship to China. As far as we know, hemp derived CBD Oil with less than 0,3% THC is legal in many countries across the world, including China. However I would highly recommend that you contact the authorities there and confirm the legality status before you decide to send anything.

      I hope my answer has been helpful.

      Kind regards,
      Silviya from Nordic Oil

    1. adminadmin

      Hi Mohammad,

      Unfortunately, we do not ship to Bahrain, therefore we cannot 100% confirm the legal status of CBD products there. I would highly recommend that you contact the authorities in Bahrain to get a comprehensive answer.

      I hope my answer has been helpful.

      Kind regards,
      Silviya from Nordic Oil

  5. AvatarMelanie

    Hello I want to find out if CBD is legal in the Philippines. My Mom is 79 years old and she is having a lot of pain on her hips and legs due to arthritis.

    1. SilviyaSilviya Article Author

      Dear Melanie,

      I am sorry to hear about your mom’s health problems. CBD may, in fact, be a suitable treatment, however as we do not regularly ship to the Philippines, we cannot comment on the legal status of CBD there. I would recommend that you speak to a healthcare practitioner or the local authorities regarding your question.

      I hope my answer has been helpful.

      Best regards,
      Silviya from Nordic Oil

  6. AvatarAl

    Hi there

    Can you comment on the legality of THC free CBD oil in Saudi Arabia? I have recently discovered the benefits of CBD oil and travel there quite often and would lime to bring it with me.

    1. SilviyaSilviya Article Author

      Dear Al,

      As Nordic Oil does not ship to Saudi Arabia, we cannot 100% confirm the legal status of CBD in this country. I would highly recommend that you contact the local authorities to get an expert answer before you take any CBD products to Saudi Arabia.

      I hope my answer has been helpful.

      Best regards,
      Silviya from Nordic Oil

    1. SilviyaSilviya Article Author

      Dear Kat,

      Unfortunately, Nordic Oil doesn’t currently ship to Australia or Malaysia on a regular basis.
      However, our customer service team will be happy to check if there is any possibility for our products to be delivered to you. Please drop them an email at info@nordicoil.dk

      We are looking forward to hearing from you.

      Best regards,
      Silviya from Nordic Oil

    1. SilviyaSilviya Article Author

      Dear Matt,

      As far as we know, CBD products are not regulated in Russia, which makes their use and legal status free to interpret. There have been reports of people being arrested for possession of CBD and accused of drug-trafficking, as well as reports of people being able to buy CBD Oil online somehow freely. Therefore, I would refrain from bringing CBD Oil into Russia just in case. If you want to be 100% sure, I would suggest that you contact the local authorities in Russia and clarify this subject.

      I hope my answer has been helpful.

      Best Regards,
      Silviya from Nordic Oil

  7. AvatarNatalie A Thomas

    Hi there can you tell me if the hemp based, THC free oils are legal in Indonesia/Bali? I know any THC is illegal but if it has no THC is it still considered a cannibis product and illegal?

    1. SilviyaSilviya Article Author

      Hi Natalie,

      From what we are aware, CBD Oil, even with a small or non-existent THC level is considered illegal in Indonesia/Bali. I would, however, recommend that you get in touch with the local authorities and let them clarify what exactly the law regarding CBD products says.

      I hope my answer has been helpful.

      Best regards,
      Silviya from Nordic Oil

    1. SilviyaSilviya Article Author

      Hi Adbooh,

      Thank you very much in your interest in our products! Unfortunately we do not ship to Turkey (yet), however, we do ship to Greece. Would this be a possibility for you?

      Looking forward to hearing from you soon.

      Best regards,
      Silviya from Nordic Oil

    1. SilviyaSilviya Article Author

      Hello,

      Nordic Oil is rapidly expanding and we make it our goal to deliver our products to as many people as possible. Unfortunately, we have not made it to the Middle East yet. We do, however, ship to many European countries. Would any European country be an option for you?

      I am looking forward to hearing from you!

      Best regards,
      Silviya from Nordic Oil

    1. SilviyaSilviya Article Author

      Hi Dan,

      CBD products with lower than 0,3% concent of THC are legal in most European countries. The one exception we know of is Slovakia.
      However, I would recommend that you speak to the local authorities of the countries you are interested in buying CBD from any specific country.

      Nordic Oil also ships to a list of countries in Europe, so if you are interested in any of our products, please let me know and I will get you in touch with our customer service, in case you have any questions.
      Please visit https://nordicoil.de/alle-produkte for a list of all our products.

      I hope my answer has been helpful.

      Best regards,
      Silviya form Nordic Oil

    1. SilviyaSilviya Article Author

      Dear Domen,

      As we do not ship to Iceland, we cannot give you a 100% credible answer. Our understanding is that CBD is unfortunately considered illegal in this country, because it may contain traces of THC. The Iceland police confirmed this in a Facebook post: https://www.facebook.com/logreglan/posts/916202321776650/
      Our advice is to not bring CBD into Iceland.

      I hope my answer has been helpful.
      Best regards,
      Silviya from Nordic Oil

    1. AvatarMario

      I guess I could have specified on my question above if “Crystalline Isolate” CBD oil class is allowed in Morocco for medical use? As I see from your range of products, “Full Spectrum” CBD oil is not likely to be legal in most countries who haven’t regulated marijuana for medical use.

      1. SilviyaSilviya Article Author

        To answer your second question, as we do not ship to Morocco, we cannot give an adequate answer to whether CBD is legal or not there. Every country makes its own regulation regarding CBD and this doesn’t always depend on whether marijuana for medical use is regulated or not. Overall in Europe and the EU (where we primarily ship to), CBD products containing less than 0,3% of THC are considered legal and safe for free consumption by individual older than 18.

    2. SilviyaSilviya Article Author

      Hi Mario,

      Unfortunately, we don’t ship to Morocco. We are, however, expanding rapidly so maybe one day our products would be available there as well.

      Best regards,
      Silviya from Nordic Oil

    1. SilviyaSilviya Article Author

      Hello Krishnamaraju,

      As far as we know, CBD is not legal in India, therefore, any CBD products imported to this country will be considered illegal too.

      Best regards,
      Silviya from Nordic Oil

    1. SilviyaSilviya Article Author

      Hello Maurizio,

      Yes, we do ship to Italy regularly! If you are interested in our products, please visit https://nordicoil.it/, we also have Italian- speaking customer service, you if you have any questions, feel free to message them via the live chat.

      Best regards,
      Silviya from Nordic Oil

    1. SilviyaSilviya Article Author

      Hello Tim,
      Yes we do ship to Sweden. Please use our Swedish shop to place your order https://nordicoil.se
      Feel free to contact the customer service on the phone or via the live chat should you have any questions.

      Best regards,

      Silviya from Nordic Oil

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