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Regulatory report: a somewhat confusing framework for CBD, hemp and cannabis in Luxembourg

Published: 20th July 2022 | No. pages: 15
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Description

Luxembourg has a slightly confusing attitude towards CBD, as it allows smokable flower but prohibits CBD cosmetics and vapes. That said, this attitude could change considering the country usually follows the EU’s stance, which believes these products should be allowed. Overall, there appears little regulation of CBD and hemp. In terms of cannabis, despite announcing its intention to legalise the substance back in 2018, the actual proposal presented is not quite as liberal as was first thought.

Reasons to buy

If you are looking to understand the regulatory framework in place for CBD, hemp and cannabis in Luxembourg then this report provides you with all that you need to know. It outlines the current medical and recreational cannabis regimes – as well the likelihood of change in each – and includes regulation around hemp and CBD, covering finished products, extracts, other cannabinoids and import/export rules.

Table of contents

  1. Executive summary
  2. Outlook
  3. Hemp and CBD
  4. Extracts and synthetics
  5. Finished products containing CBD and extracts
  6. Importing and exporting
  7. Minor cannabinoids
  8. Medical cannabis
  9. Recreational cannabis
  10. Relevant laws
  11. Relevant bodies

Methodology

The research is completely original and conducted by CBD-Intel’s multilingual legal analysis team using several sources, including: online and offline resources and data, specialist legal software, interviews with key stakeholders and government officials, and via the collaboration with local lawyers and on-the-ground professionals.

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Luxembourg has a slightly confusing attitude towards CBD, as it allows smokable flower but prohibits CBD cosmetics and vapes. That said, this attitude could change considering the country usually follows the EU’s stance, which believes these products should be allowed. Overall, there appears little regulation of CBD and hemp. In terms of cannabis, despite announcing its intention to legalise the substance back in 2018, the actual proposal presented is not quite as liberal as was first thought.

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