DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Brazil CBD Sector: How Would the Proposed Bill for Legalising Hemp Cultivation Affect your Business?” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
Currently, hemp cultivation and processing are illegal in Brazil, with legislation considering hemp and cannabis as equal in law.
That said, in August 2020 a bill was revised by the Special Commission on Cannabis-based Medicines, which would define industrial hemp as a cannabis variety without psychoactive effects if passed. This bill could have far-reaching consequences for the industry in Brazil if passed, beginning with the ability to cultivate and process hemp and medical cannabis.
With a possible proposal that would allow cultivation and processing on the horizon, the Brazilian market could be set to change in the near future, opening the way for the industry.
If you are interested in the regulatory regime in Brazil and how it could change in the near future then this is the report for you. It covers everything from extracts and finished products to import/export and medical cannabis, including our analysis and insight into the proposed revision to the bill.
Key Topics Covered:
- Hemp plant
- The hemp plant definition
- Requirements to grow
- Extracts as finished products
- Full spectrum
- Finished products containing CBD and extracts
- Cosmetic products
- Pet food
- CBD/full spectrum
- Medical cannabis
- Personal imports
- Products with sanitary authorisation
- Medical cannabis (high THC plants/flowers)
- Recreational cannabis
- Relevant bodies
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