The association is a platform designed to bring together scientists and business leaders in the CBD industry. Its aim is to create a mutually-beneficial industry that’s both within the law and innovative, while ensuring customer safety.
Research from Zero Deposit Car Leasing has shown that certain CBD oils could put ‘illegal levels of THC in a driver’s bloodstream.’ This means that being pulled over by the police could see you arrested or losing your driving licence.
While big brands such as Elixinol have always been careful to keep levels of psychoactive component THC within our CBD products extremely low (within the legal limits of less than 0.2%) many products on the market labelled ‘CBD’ have had high levels – or worse, contained no CBD at all!
Former Health Minister Norman Lamb has taken CBD oil containing THC for a BBC documentary and is now calling for cannabis to be legalised.
North American companies that produce and distribute cannabis products are flocking to Britain, after the use and sale of low-THC cannabis became legal last November.