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Le cannabidiol est en cours d'étude au niveau Européen

D'après le catalogue européen des ingrédient nouveaux (Novel Food):

 

The request concerns cannabidiol (CBD) enriched Cannabis sativa extracts Cannabidiol (CBD) is a cannabinoid and a major nonpsychotropic constituent of Cannabis sativa plant. See also Cannabis sativa

There was a request whether this product requires authorisation under the Novel Food Regulation. According to the information available to Member States' competent authorities, this product was not used as a food or food ingredient before 15 May 1997. Therefore, before it may be placed on the market in the EU as a food or food ingredient a safety assessment under the Novel Food Regulation is required.

D'après notre compréhension, le cannabidiol est un ingrédient nouveau au sens du Règlement (CE) n° 258/97 du Parlement européen et du Conseil du 27 janvier 1997 relatif aux nouveaux aliments et aux nouveaux ingrédients alimentaires

 

Règlement (CE) n° 258/97 du Parlement européen et du Conseil du 27 janvier 1997 relatif aux nouveaux aliments et aux nouveaux ingrédients alimentaires
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Mais le chanvre n'en est pas

Toujours d'après ce même catalogue on trouve pour Cannabis Sativa :

Kaņepe (sējas) (LV), Hampa (SE), Hemp (EN), marijuana (PT), hamp (DK), Hanf (DE), hennep (NL), chanvre (FR), cânhamo (PT), konopie siewne (PL), harilik kanep (ET), konopí seté (CZ), Marihuana (ES), indiai kender (HU), ινδική κάνναβις (EL), navadna ali industrijska konoplja (SL), hamppu (FI)
Without prejudice to other legal requirements concerning the consumption of hemp (Cannabis sativa) and hemp products, Regulation (EC) No 258/97 is not applicable to most foods and food ingredients from this plant.

It is an annual herb, usually erect belonging to the Cannabaceae Family. Native to Central Asia and long cultivated in Asia, Europe and China. It´s a multiple-use plant, furnishing fiber, oil, medicine and narcotics. Fibers are best produced from male plants. Leaves are added to soups in southeast Asia. Most varieties contain cannabinol and cannabinin. See also Cannabidiol

This product was on the market as a food or food ingredient and consumed to a significant degree before 15 May 1997. Thus its access to the market is not subject to the Novel Food Regulation (EC) No. 258/97. However, other specific legislation may restrict the placing on the market of this product as a food or food ingredient in some Member States. Therefore, it is recommended to check with the national competent authorities.