Most European CBD oils label their CBD content correctly but comparatively few are accurate about THC, a study in the Czech Republic has found.

The Prague-based International Cannabis and Cannabinoids Institute (ICCI) tested 35 oils bought at retail and found that “thirty samples fulfilled requirements concerning CBD content” but only ten were accurate on THC.

It also suggested that nine of the products, or about a quarter of the total, “had a THC level involving risk”.

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