Article: Scots making hash of CBD rules, says cannabis industry

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The Times (UK) reports It has been hailed as a possible cure for arthritis, insomnia and anxiety, but the sale of cannabis-derived food and oil is in breach of consumer laws in Scotland, according to regulators. The public body responsible for food safety, Food Standards Scotland, said that no cannabidiol (CBD) products had been authorised for legal sale, even though they are available online and in shops CBD is the non-psychoactive component of the cannabis plant, and sales have soared with consumers looking to ease anxiety snapping it up in the form of oils, sweets and vaping liquids. The demand followed a ruling by the UK Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency that it can be used as a medicine. While reputable manufacturers and stores only want to sell…. Full article at (Paywall).  https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/scots-making-hash-of-cbd-rules-says-cannabis-industry-g9lfcb7ft

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