The constant government changes that have taken place over the last three 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 approved by the Ministry of Health.

A new reform in medical cannabis is expected to enter into force in March 2024, which will ease the regulatory burden for patients and industry members.

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

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Mohamed Yousef

Junior legal analyst
Mohamed brings more than four years of experience in the field of policy analysis. He has previously worked at Dow Jones & company as a research analyst. He is based in Barcelona, Spain; and holds a Master’s degree in Political Science from the ‘Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona’, and a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from ‘Alexandria University’.

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