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Australia considers over-the-counter selling of merchandise that includes drug-free cannabinoids

20.03.2020

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Australian health authorities are considering the possibility of changing the status of certain categories of goods ( food , cosmetics , dietary supplements and feed additives ) containing a trace amount of drug-free cannabinoids, making them available for purchase without a prescription as early as 2020.

Upon a formal request from the Senate Committee, the Department of Health and the Aging of Australia provided information that the Department of Therapeutic Goods is currently conducting a safety audit of the use of small quantities of non-drug cannabinoids, primarily cannabidiol (CBD), which are part of various types of goods .

In particular, the document notes that “Based on the results of the research , a decision will be made that within 2020 a consideration will be initiated on the possibility of using non-drug cannabinoids in small amounts in food , cosmetics , biologically active and feed additives . 

In fact, we can say that Australian health authorities are considering the possibility of changing the status of certain categories of goods ( food , cosmetics , biologically active and feed additives ) containing a trace amount of drug-free cannabinoids, making them available for purchase without a prescription as early as 2020.  According to analysts , such changes will open a huge new sales segment in a country with a thriving gray market for non-drug cannabinoids, which excludes the possibility of legal use of appropriate drugs without a doctor’s prescription.

Commentary experts of the Association "Ukrainian industrial hemp"

Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) is a structural unit of Australia's Department of Health and Aging. TGA is the regulatory body that determines the possibilities for using therapeutic products in the country. “ Australia legalized the possibility of using medical cannabis ” in 2016 under certain conditions by prescription. At present, government agencies in the Green Continent are considering products containing drug-free cannabinoids as Schedule 4 drugs, available only by prescription. An agent is considered a CBD drug if it contains up to 2% of other cannabinoids.

Opportunities for selling low-dose CBD products sold over the counter will be one of the key points in the development of the hemp market in Australia . Also, as in all other civilized countries, the state structures of the " green continent " pay attention to the preferences of their citizens, in terms of expanding the possibilities of using drug-free cannabinoids . In order to provide legal opportunities for healing the human body , as in Canada , the Australian government is working to provide opportunities to use the therapeutic properties of hemp plants without any additional permits . 

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