Various concentrations of CBD oil

There are many different concentrations of CBD in cannabis oil currently on the market. Depending on your needs and preferred dosage, you must respect the CBD concentration in the oils you want to buy.

How to Calculate CBD Concentration in CBD Oil?

In the pure cure oil market, we can find CBD oils in concentrations ranging from 1% to a CBD concentration of around 80%. Concentration refers to the amount of active ingredients in the hemp plant that are found in the oil. The percentage shown only applies to CBD (cannabidiol) and other cannabinoids are omitted. This can be a bit of a confusing topic to put it simply. You can also do the calculation / percentage conversion of the amount of CBD in the oil in milligrams. For example, our Cannactiva CBD oil has a CBD concentration of 2.5% and comes in a 10 ml bottle, which means each bottle contains a total of 250 mg of CBD. It is important to remember that CBD oil can be hemp oil with added CBD or contain any other carrier oil to which CBD extract has been added.

Various CBD extracts

There is also a difference in the type of extract that is added to the CBD oil. It could be a purely crystalline form of CBD known as a CBD isolate, or a broad spectrum / full spectrum extract that will incorporate more of the active properties naturally present in the cannabis plant.

Thus, it is helpful to consider the concentration of the active ingredient when purchasing CBD oil. What is a good price for CBD oil depends on the amount of oil and the percentage of active ingredients.

We know there can be many questions about different CBD concentrations. We are happy to receive your call or message to clarify any unanswered questions about our CBD oils.

Suggestions to Prevent Misuse of CBD Products:

 

  • Continue to punish promotional activities that may serve as an incentive, even if not followed by drug use. 
  • Step up action against manufacturers and distributors who report therapeutic claims for CBD products.
  • Change traffic regulations to bring drug driving law in line with drunk driving law and establish a CBD smoking standard beyond which driving is completely prohibited.

Suggestions to Prevent Misuse of CBD Products:

 

  • Continue to punish promotional activities that may serve as an incentive, even if not followed by drug use. 
  • Step up action against manufacturers and distributors who report therapeutic claims for CBD products.
  • Change traffic regulations to bring drug driving law in line with drunk driving law and establish a CBD smoking standard beyond which driving is completely prohibited.

Suggestions related to health regulation of CBD products:

  • Determine optional Recommended Daily Intakes (RDIs) for CBD consumption and list them on product packaging along with warnings about currently known risks to human health. 
  • Exclude people at risk (children and pregnant women) from CBD products. 
  • Raise awareness among those involved in cosmetic surveillance and nutritional management (manufacturers and healthcare professionals) of the importance attached to the escalation of the potential consequences of unwanted cosmetics and CBD supplements. 
  • Ensure that smoking products containing CBD (vaping and, if necessary, flowers) are subject to rules with similar content by imposing warnings at certain healthcare facilities and prohibiting any advertising or sale to minors under the age of eighteen.

New proposals for food regulation:

  • Encourage major French food and nutritional supplement companies to submit to the European Commission as soon as possible to obtain, with data exclusivity, the right to sell CBD products as new food products in the European Union. 
  • Create a support system for small and medium-sized companies in the new food authorization procedures they would like to follow for CBD products.

Other suggestions of common interest:

  • Promote the structuring of the “hemp wellbeing” sector around, in particular, the hemp trade union and InterChanvre, in order to strengthen the protection of professional interests at national and European level .  
  • Make sure the tobacconist chain is heavily involved in the distribution of smoking products containing CBD.
  • Invite French public research institutions to improve their knowledge of CBD’s contribution to reducing THC dependence and harmful effects on the body.

French CBD market could start to flourish

–  France starts public consultation on cannabis legislation

 Despite having some of the most stringent anti-cannabis laws on the continent, a group of parliamentarians decided to come up with an innovative initiative to change the conditions for negotiating cannabis legislation.

The French CBD market may start to flourish following a decision by the Court of Justice of the European Union in November that triggered this legislative reform. France already has the highest level of cannabis use in Europe, but it is still banned for medical use or for adults.

On January 13, 2021, the French government began public consultations on the legalization of cannabis for adult consumption. Its main goal is to make the French political class more open to the idea of ​​legalizing cannabis. The consultation is open until February 28 and has already attracted more than 200,000 28 respondents. The open consultation closes on February XNUMX and we will receive the official results in April. The open consultation aims to more accurately understand the opinion of the French population about cannabis, as well as to understand what government policy in this matter is needed by citizens.

In addition, France has begun its first trials of medical cannabis. Tilray and other major cannabis companies were contracted to supply medicinal cannabis products to more than 3,000 patients during the trial.

 

A public consultation on cannabis will examine the health risks it poses, the consequences of illicit trafficking and other safety issues. The main goal of the consultation is to promote cannabis reform at the national level.

 

We will comment on the findings next April when they are published in the report. And while the results of this government poll are unlikely to lead to immediate change, we hope the results will be used to push forward cannabis reform in France.

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