Are you living in Norway? Are you interested in buying and using CBD in your country, but you are not sure if CBD is legal? Great! This article contains information about the topic, so make sure to read it through!
CBD is an active cannabinoid extracted from EU approved industrial hemp. Using a gentle CO2 extraction, we are able to extract a full spectrum of cannabinoids, without any traces of THC. CBD products are rising in popularity all over Europe, and Norway is not any different.
Is CBD Legal in Norway? ✅
Even though the Norwegian parliament decriminalized personal drug use in late 2017 and medical use of cannabis has been legalized, drug laws are still quite contradictory. THC is not allowed in any concentrations at all in Norway. It has since been made clear that CBD oil is legal as long as it contains 0% THC. All of our extracted CBD products are 100% THC-free, which makes our product legal in Norway.
While Norway’s cannabis laws remain very strict, the move to decriminalize cannabis suggests a softer approach from the government. Prime Minister Bent Hoie publicly stated that the law needed to focus more on treatment, and less on punishment.
Information about Norway and CBD
- As Norway is not a member of the European Union, the restrictions and regulations for the sale and use of CBD are different from the rest of Europe. CBD is legal to use and possess only if it is prescribed by a doctor.
- Growing hemp and cannabis is illegal in Norway. You are also prohibited by law from buying whole hemp and cannabis seeds. This includes raw hemp and “buds”.
- The Norwegian government does not prohibit the sale of CBD without THC.
- Natural Hemp Life ships discretely and anonymously with no marketing on the outside.
Buy CBD oil in Norway
CBD products are sold under very strict regulations, you can, therefore be absolutely sure that our products undergo strict tests in laboratories. The most effective and legal CBD products can be purchased online. Take a look at www.naturalhemplife.eu to find a wide array of CBD products.