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Cbd in romania

Yes. There is no legislated restriction to CBD use in Romania. As with most other European nations, the only stipulation is that the CBD Oil contains less than 0.2% THC.

Pharmacies in Romania can only provide medication with cannabis derivatives instead of cannabis itself. So Romania’s legal medicine is limited to standard forms of medication like pills, capsules and oils. Patients can’t smoke, vape or consume edibles that contain CBD. The medication must also have 0.2% of THC or less.

buy CBD in Romania online Yes

EU regulations state that CBD products cannot contain more than 0.2% THC. This applies to all countries belonging to the EU. In general, EU considers products that contain CBD as “novel foods”. This means that they haven’t been around before 1997 to have their long term use declared safe, thus they are considered new products on the market. However the World Health Organization classifies CBD products as “generally well tolerated, with a good safety profile”. Therefore CBD products can be legally sold in most of European Union’s member states.

Romania was the 10th member of the European Union to legalize medical marijuana. In October 2013, Romania legalized medication created from cannabis derivatives. However cannabis is treated the same way as other narcotics — while it’s heavily controlled, patients can use it if they have a prescription and if it contains 0.2% of THC or less.

buy products containing above 0.2% of THC for medical use No

There is a growing CBD oil market in Romania, with several European and worldwide suppliers trying to meet the demand of the country.

Pure CBD is not a scheduled substance in Romania and hemp cultivation for industrial purposes is allowed, provided the plant contains less than 0.2% THC. Moreover, currently, a proposal is now going through Parliament that would establish a regime for medical cannabis. This report examines the current regulatory framework for hemp and CBD in Romania, offering our detailed analysis of the law and exploring all aspects from import and export rules to finished products and extracts, as well as the current and possible future regulations for medical cannabis.