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UK CBD Industry Could Be Shackled By Strict Limits For Controlled Cannabinoids

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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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