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.
Reasons to buy
This CannIntelligence regulatory report will provide you with:
- A clear and detailed understanding of current regulatory requirements affecting this sector in a specific jurisdiction, enabling you to be confident your business and your products are compliant.
- The ability to plan ahead for specific regulatory changes.
- Strategic understanding of the policy climate within the jurisdiction, enabling you to forecast how it might affect business development.
- Sources of further information, for example, links to full texts of legislation and contact details for relevant government offices.
Table of contents
- Executive summary
- Hemp plant
- Extracts and synthetics
- Finished products containing CBD and extracts
- Import and export requirements
- Minor cannabinoids
- Medical cannabis
- Recreational cannabis
- Relevant laws
- Relevant bodies
Our research is completely independent and original. It is conducted by CannIntelligence’s multilingual legal analysis team, all specialists in this sector, and goes through a rigorous review and editing process before publication. Research draws on multiple sources, including: online and offline resources and data, specialist legal software, our own extensive databases and report archives, interviews with key stakeholders and government officials, and collaboration with local legal firms and on-the-ground professionals in the jurisdictions covered.