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I can’t seem to get a definitive answer to this question anywhere online so I hoped someone here would know the answers or at the very least be able to point me in the right direction to get an official response. Basically, I use CBD Hemp Oil for my chronic anxiety, depression and OCD and I’ll be travelling from the UK to Cyprus for 3 weeks in the summer on holiday. What I need to know is whether I’m going to potentially get in trouble for taking it with me. It’s the stuff that’s from hemp so it’s got no THC content or anything but it isn’t on prescription and I haven’t got any official paperwork about it. Everything I read online is contradictory with some sites saying that it’s fine and others saying that it’s treated in the same way as cannabis so I’ve no idea what the facts actually are. Could someone out there give me some advice? Thanks in advance.
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But THC is found in CBD oil. Only a small amount , but it’s there. Thst email Seems a little contradictory
Yes you can. I brought 3 bottles over 2 in hold luggage and 1 in handbag. This was in augest this year. Stockists here run out of supplies quickly and takes an age to get more in so came prepared this time
Health food shop just down from kokkinos supply it. But stocks run out fast and ages before more comes in
does it work well for your symptoms? if so which one ?did it go ok in Cyprus? many thanks
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Answer 11 of 29: I can't seem to get a definitive answer to this question anywhere online so I hoped someone here would know the answers or at the very least be able to point me in the right direction to get an official response. Basically, I use CBD Hemp Oil…
Applications Available For Minnesota’s Industrial Hemp Program
The Minnesota department of Agriculture (MDA) now has online applications available for Minnesota Farmers that want to grow Industrial Hemp in 2021. Needles to say growing Industrial Hemp in Minnesota id highly regulated by the MDA. Farmers need a license from the MDA before they can grow Industrial Hemp. The Federal 2018 Farm Bill made growing Industrial Hemp Legal as an agricultural commodity.
The Industrial Hemp Program would be regulated by the USDA unless states wished to “oversee” their own program. In July the USDA approved Minnesota’s state plan. Here are some of the highlights of Minnesota’s program:
Growers that have a license must submit a Planting and Harvest Report Form after planting and let the MDA know of the expected harvest date.
Growers have to report their number of acres to the local Farm Service Agency office.
The hemp crop must be tested no more than 15 days before harvest to make sure the plants are below the .3 percent THC level.
You can find the application at: www.mda.state.mn.us/industrial hemp
“This coming year marks a new chapter in Minnesota’s Industrial Hemp Program,” said MDA Assistant Commissioner Whitney Place. “We are excited to take this next step forward in hemp production and processing, and we look forward to working with growers and processors so that everyone can be successful in this fledging industry.”
The news release I received from the MDA had a graph I found interesting. In 2016 there were 6 licensed growers in Minnesota. This year there were 461 licensed growers. There were no licensed processors in 2016 and this year there are 77. In 2016 there were only 38 acres planted in Minnesota while in 2020 there were 5,808. In addition this year there was 1.4 million square feet grown indoors. In the picture is a plot of Industrial Hemp growing at Farmfest in 2019.
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture has applications available for farmers that want to grow Industrial Hemp in 2021.