Czech Government Reverses CBD Ban, Prioritizes Research & Clear Regulations

"We have agreed that the upcoming measure regulating the sale of CBD will not come into force now," stating that a dedicated working group has been established to develop "clear and predictable rules," said Prime Minister Petr Fiala reported by Hemp Today. The move comes in response to industry pushback and concerns raised by users and entrepreneurs. Recognizing CBD as a food, the government plans to review naturally occurring cannabinoids as traditional food and has proposed a three-tier safety system based on CBD concentration. With a commitment to finding a balanced solution benefiting all stakeholders, the government aims to navigate the CBD landscape with thorough research and well-defined regulations.

Legalizing Cannabis In Western Australia Could Generate $243.5 Million Annually

Legal weed could generate a staggering $243.5 million per year in the first five years, revealed a report, which provides a …

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