UK CBD Industry Could Be Shackled By Strict Limits For Controlled Cannabinoids
The UK government is weighing new rules on permitted levels of controlled substances, such as THC, in consumer CBD products in a departure from its light touch regulatory approach to the burgeoning market up until now.
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