Is CBD legal?
Is CBD classified as an addictive/narcotic substance?
Am I allowed to buy and own CBD products?
What are the regulations for CBD?
According to the Austrian Agency for Health and Food Safety (AGES), cannabinoid-containing oils and extracts are not dietary supplements according to §3 Z 4 of the Austrian Food Safety and Consumer Protection Act (LMSVG, BGBl I no. 13/2006 idgF). For this reason, they are not encompassed by Austrian food regulation laws and may therefore not be recommended for ingestion. So far, there is no CBD-pure pharmaceutical drug approved by European officials.
How old must I be to be able to buy CBD?
To be able to buy CBD products from HANAFSAN, you must be at least 18 years old.
Will I get “high” on CBD?
No. A “high” is caused by the substance THC. The cannabinoid THC is a psychoactive therapeutic active substance, regulated by the Austrian Medicinal Products Act. CBD, on the other hand, is not psychoactive.
What happens if I am stopped by the police while carrying HANAFSAN products?
We guarantee that our CBD oils and tinctures are THC-free (the definition of free being not detectable through modern analytical procedures). For the CBD flowers, we guarantee that the THC content is less than 0.3 percent. Appropriate certificates can be produced in case of doubt. The police officers are well trained and know the difference between THC and CBD products.
What is the difference between CBD hemp flowers from HANAFSAN and “marijuana”?
They come from a different hemp strain; therefore, the THC content is also different. CBD flowers from HANAFSAN come from hemp plants included in the EU Common Catalogue. Hemp varieties included in the EU Common Catalogue have a THC content of <0.3 percent and will not make you “high”, whereas the THC concentration in “marijuana” can be as high as 20 percent.
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WHO Report Cannabidiol (Geneva, 2017; Pisanti et al., 2017)