China is set to ban the use of cannabis and its extracts in beauty products, according to a report published by Jing Daily.
Yoma Wellness has announced the acquisition of U.S. based cannabinoid ingredients and consumer products manufacturer, Socati Corp.
New York State is set to greenlight the recreational use of marijuana, according to a report published by The Wall Street Journal.
The U.S. congress has introduced a new bill that will approve CBD for use in dietary supplements, a move that aims to push the FDA into approving the ingredient, according to Natural Products Insider.
Thailand’s Health and Education Ministries have agreed to create a course that will guide students through the use of cannabis in cosmetics and food, according to a report published by Bloomberg.
The United Nations Commission on Narcotic Drugs has voted in favor of changing the way cannabis is internationally regulated, including its reclassification out of the most dangerous category of drugs.
Thailand has made a landmark decision to allow the use of most parts of cannabis and hemp for cosmetics and food, with individuals and businesses now also being able to cultivate hemp seed and seed extract.
The European Court of Justice has ruled that CBD is not classified as a narcotic and therefore can benefit from the same free movement of goods between EU Member States that other legal products enjoy, according to a report published by Hemp Today.
The New York State Department of Health has unveiled its proposed regulations to police the sale of CBD-based products in the state, according to a report published by The National Law Review. Should the legislation pass, it would reverse the 2019 ban on such preparations.
L’Oréal and Dutch biotech firm Micreos have announced the signing of a license agreement to join their expertise in biotechnology and the skin microbiome.