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Medical Marijuana Inc. Claims First CBD Supplement Approval In EU

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Bulgaria has granted US-based Medical Marijuana Inc. the right to sell CBD as a supplement in a first for an EU country. The move, which will see CBD regulated as a traditional food, puts Bulgaria directly at odds with the European Commission, which recently classified the cannabis plant extract as a novel food.

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