Category: CBD oil

Indiana & CBD Oil: The Attorney General Refuses to Let it Go

CBD oil continues to be an area of confusion and concern in the state of Indiana. On November 21, 2017, the Office of the Attorney General issued Official Opinion 2017-7 to outline the reasons why CBD oil should not be made available to the general public. “Simply put, cannabidiol is a schedule 1 controlled substance because marijuana is a schedule 1 controlled substance,” says Attorney General Curtis Hill. This publication comes on the heels of a raid conducted by the Indiana State Excise Police on a Fresh Thyme grocery store in Greenwood, Indiana in June 2017. The excise police...

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ICCI Offers Warning To European CBD Consumers

Image Courtesy of Bill Griffin Oils with a high CBD (cannabidiol) content have enjoyed a rise in popularity in the European market lately. As long as the THC content is no higher than 0.2% in most (but sadly, not all) European member states, CBD oil is perfectly legal. Consumers are more aware of the medicinal properties of CBD and its non-psychotropic effect when ingested or inhaled. This surge in awareness and demand has created a large – and unregulated – industry. Thanks to Europe’s free market, consumers are able to buy from another EU state with ease. In Prague,...

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