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A recent breakthrough in this legislative maze is an announcement by the health services of the European Commission (Dec 2020) that CBD can be qualified as food and not as a narcotic, as previously stated.
“The first licensee was GW Pharmaceuticals, who obtained their licences around 20 years ago, and the UK is now one of the biggest exporters of medical cannabis because of this company. To give some idea of the revenue available here, GW Pharmaceuticals just got bought by an American company for $7.2bn.”
A full commercial licence would allow cultivators in the UK to grow and distribute the entirety of the plant, be that for medical or pharmaceutical use. Robert is arguing that there should be a sea change in the way the industry is regulated.
“I’d like to see this UK restriction on the extraction of CBD be removed. Why must we import CBD from overseas when we are perfectly capable of doing the extraction here?”
Robert Jappie, Partner at Ince and a well-respected legal expert specialising in Life Science and Cannabinoid Regulation, will be speaking at the event. He comments: “Hemp is a really lucrative crop and, by not being able to utilise the entirety of the plant, British farmers are being placed at a disadvantage compared to our EU and US neighbours. In most EU countries it is lawful to extract CBD from the whole hemp plant.
A hurdle to growing this versatile crop is that it requires a hemp cultivation licence. This is a three-stage process with the Drugs and Firearms Licensing Unit (DFLU) at the Home Office.
In 2010 UK consumers spent £300m on Cannabidiol (CBD) products, which are promoted widely as a legal means to relieve pain, lower inflammation and decrease anxiety without psychoactive effects. However, all CBD oil sold in the UK is imported, as although UK farmers can grow industrial hemp for its fibres, the most lucrative parts of the plant – the leaves and flowers – must be destroyed. The potential of hemp, a variety of Cannabis sativa L. is to be discussed at the Agri-TechE event ‘Farmer to Pharma’, on 12 th May.
This announcement has been welcomed by Lorenza Romanese, Managing Director of the European Industrial Hemp Association (EIHA) who is also speaking at the upcoming Agri-TechE event. She says: “In practical terms, this means that hemp operators will finally be able to market their products in a clear legal framework.