Israel: CBD and cannabis regulation, May 2022

The constant government changes that have taken place over the last two years, along with the general composition of the Knesset (Israel’s parliament) with multiple parties with different ideologies, makes predicting the future of Israel’s CBD sector difficult. CBD is no longer considered a scheduled substance and will be allowed in foods and cosmetics once the Ministry of Health permits it.

This report provides a detailed overview of Israel’s regulatory framework for CBD, hemp and cannabis.

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Laura Garay Gómez

Legal analyst
Laura holds a Master’s degree in Public Law from the University of Seville, Spain, where she mainly specialised in International Law and Administrative Law. She has also studied International and European Law at the University of Helsinki, Finland, under the Erasmus Programme.

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