The legality of CBD oil in Asia

The legality of CBD oil in Asia

Authored By: Brian Cusack Managing Director Dr. Hemp Me Asia is the source of hemp, and has been used for centuries in many Asian cultures. Today the hemp and CBD status varies greatly from country to country. For instance, China has become a world-leading hemp producer that aimed at supplying the global demand for CBD. On the other hand, Singapore bans all harsh penalties for cannabis products which include a combination of heavy fines and jail time. To find out whether CBD is available in your country or not, read our article outlining CBD’s legal status in Asia before you buy CBD from any store or online. Is CBD In Asia Legal? CBD rules vary widely from country to country, laws are highly dependent on cultural, traditional, and religious differences. In Asia CBD is becoming a cosmetic and beauty trend drug. But, in many Asian countries, it is still restricted. To understand why hemp has been prohibited in Asia we need to consider how the plant is perceived by these countries and should have knowledge about CBD oil and their uses. Country wise CBD Oil Legislation & rules   Afghanistan Status: Banned Cannabis was cultivated openly in Afghanistan until 1973 when King Zahir Shah declared the plant illegal and imposed severe punishment on usage of it including lengthy jail time and death penalty. It has been an important cultural role in Afghanistan, and it is used by locals even today. Its use and production is prohibited, however. CBD is not lawful…

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