Slovakia Down-Schedules CBD As WHO Insists It Is Not A Narcotic
As a recent meeting of the United Nation's Commission on Narcotic Drugs, the World Health Organization recommended that CBD products with no more than 0.2% THC should not be considered controlled substances. In response, Slovakia down-scheduled CBD. The move and the discussion sparked by WHO's recommendation within the UN 's drug commission shines a new light on debates raging in the UK, where industry is currently facing claims that CBD products with any levels of THC whatsoever should be considered a controlled substance.
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