Is CBD legal in UK?

CBD should not be confused with the psychoactive Cannabis Sativa plant.

THC-high (the psychoactive molecule) cannabis varieties, widely known as marijuana, are illegal to grow and use in most countries. Yes, they contain some CBD, but that’s not what they are grown for. It is important to understand that H Drop is not part of marijuana market.

Most CBD products, including H Drop, are only produced from hemp.

Hemp is the non-psychoactive variety, which has up to a 0.2% (in Europe) or 0.3% (in North America) THC concentration and is therefore legal to grow or possess in most countries.

Hemp varieties are derived specifically for health (rich with CBD, CBG and other cannabinoids), food (rich with seeds and protein) or industrial use (up to 5 meters high and rich in fibre).

H Drop products are mostly manufactured from the Futura variety, which has < 4% of CBD and < 0.2% of THC in its flowers and leaves during the harvest period.

Moreover, our production laboratories can remove 99.9% of the remaining THC from the hemp extract, making H Drop products fully safe to use and legal in most countries.

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