The THC levels were not what they say they are, and other contaminants had been found. In short, this amendment would only allow CBD isolate products to be produced, manufactured and marketed. The results confirmed higher levels of THC in some products and some with no CBD at all. The Home Office will advise ministers on the ACMD findings with the views of stakeholders and interested parties. The Home Office Licencing Department was frustrated with companies applying for low THC licences, wanting to produce CBD, but the law gives no scope for this as the THC levels should be 0%.
Seed Our Future have sent CLR the following prepared statement detailing their recent meeting with the Home Office (UK)
The Statement In Full
On January 11th, 2021 Kit Malthouse, Minister of State for Crime and Policing, sent a letter to the Chair of the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs (ACMD) to assess the potential harms and misuse of CBD products marketed in the UK and to look at ways of amending the Misuse of Drugs Act (MoDA) and Misuse of Drugs Regulations (MDR) so as to define a limit of controlled cannabinoids at a level between 0.01 and 0.0001% by weight which would essentially make all full spectrum...
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