kanavape cbdDecember 15, 2021
As a reminder, the two inventors and co-founders of Kanavape, were prosecuted in 2014 and convicted in the first instance in early 2018. They had then appealed to the CJEU (the Court of Justice of the European Union) asking firstly whether CBD was considered a narcotic and whether France could prohibit its importation from one of the member countries of Europe, in case it had been legally produced.
The EU Court of Justice ruled that cannabidiol was not a narcotic, that no Member State had the power to restrict the free movement of CBD-based products and that CBD could be derived from hemp flowers. This was an affront to the MIDELCA, which was determined to interpret the law restrictively and without legal basis.
In this respect, the decision rendered by the Court of Appeal of Aix yesterday, relies on the CJEU ruling, by judging that :
An economic opportunity to be seized for France, provided that it gets out of its ideological posture concerning the plant.
All that could be blamed on the two CBD pioneers was that they were true visionaries in the field. Indeed, Sébastien Béguerie and Antonin Cohen were totally within their rights when they launched Kanavape, which is none other than the first electronic cigarette with hemp extracts. After seven long years of legal battles and a ruling by the Court of Justice of the European Union, the Court of Appeal in Aix finally dropped the charges and the charges against them. Only one charge was retained against Sébastien Béguerie for illegal use of cannabis.
According to Antonin Cohen, this decision will rather help protect the public health domain by allowing French citizens to access CBD products in accordance with the current regulations. Moreover, it will also improve the French economy as farmers will be allowed to harvest the hemp flower, brands will be able to launch new “Made in France” products and laboratories will be able to extract CBD.
Will France start supporting cannabis entrepreneurs instead of making them its enemies?
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This report gives you the opportunity to gain a broader understanding of CBD in the Nordic countries by combining individual regulatory reports for Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland.
Each report provides a detailed overview of the regulatory regime for hemp, CBD and cannabis in each country and covers all areas of the framework including extracts, finished products, import/export requirements, and medical and recreational cannabis.
The benefit of this bundle is that it enables a comparative analysis of these four countries, allowing you to draw similarities and differences between the regimes.
Norway has a fairly strict regime when it comes to CBD and cannabis – with both falling under the same regulatory framework – and in Denmark CBD is considered a pharmaceutical substance, while it is not a scheduled substance in either Sweden or Finland.
DUBLIN, November 16, 2021 –(BUSINESS WIRE)–The "CBD Regulation in the Nordic Countries" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Despite being so close to one another, each country has a fairly different approach to regulation, and so if you are interested in the Scandinavian market, then this report provides you with a comprehensive overview of each market.