Chile has maintained a rather restrictive approach towards hemp and CBD. This approach is not likely to change in the future, as hemp-derived products are not a topic of political or public debate in the country.

Medical cannabis has been allowed since 2015.

The consumption of recreational cannabis is not expressly prohibited, though its cultivation and sale are prohibited.

This report provides a detailed overview of the current regulatory framework in place in Chile for hemp and cannabis, as well as CBD, IHDCs, and medical and recreational cannabis.

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Sergi Riudalbàs Clemente

Legal analyst
Sergi holds a Master’s degree in European Union Law from the University of Amsterdam, where he also participated in the Fair Work and Equality Law Clinic. He graduated in Law from the University of Barcelona in 2019. He worked as a legal research intern at Global Human Rights Defence, an NGO that monitors human rights violations worldwide. He also engaged in a traineeship program in an Egyptian law firm in 2019, arranged by AIESEC.

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