Currently, there is no unifying International or European law controlling the use of CBD. Unlike other cannabinoids such as THC, CBD is a non-psychotropic and non-intoxicating substance and therefore it does not fall under the same legal controls.
While an increasing amount of scientific literature points towards its many health benefits and public pressure grows in favor, the stance of individual governments towards CBD remains unclear. In most European countries (aside from Slovakia) CBD and CBD-related products are sold legally as health or food supplements, provided they contain less than 0.05% THC. Although, national laws about CBD products that include higher levels of intoxicating cannabinoids vary.
Our range of CBD oils, capsules, pastes, e-liquids and tinctures have been selected with this in mind. All our CBD products undergo a crystallization process to remove THC. You can rest assured any THC potentially found in our products after this process will be no more than trace levels. We always try and keep our information up to date but legislation can change quickly, so we advise that you familiarise yourself with the policies of your country.