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On February 23rd, 2019, the government approved the regulation of Law No. 30681 that regulates the medicinal and therapeutic use of Cannabis plant and its derivatives. The decree specifically identifies that non-psychoactive cannabis, and its derivatives are not controlled substances.
Companies with registered products must obtain the necessary import permits to be able to receive the shipments and distribute to pharmacies around the country.
Activities related to “cañamo” or “hemp” are not within the scope of the Cannabis Law and the Cannabis Regulations and are therefore not subject to the granting of the licences referred therein.
Although the Ministry of Agriculture has issued regulations for the granting licences for scientific investigation in favour of universities and/or agriculture research institutes, further regulation relating to the criteria and conditions to be met for the growth and industrialisation of “cañamo” or “hemp” are still pending approval.
Pursuant to the Cannabis Law and Cannabis Regulations, the permitted uses for industrial cannabis are limited to the production of cannabis (and its derivates) for medical and therapeutic purposes only.
As established by the Cannabis Regulations, the Ministry of Agriculture will define the criteria and conditions to be met in order to grow and industrialise “cañamo” or “hemp”.
None of the local laws or regulations contain specific regulations concerning CBD concentrations. The Cannabis Law and the Cannabis Regulations make a distinction based on THC content. However, existing regulations enacted before the Cannabis Law and the Cannabis Regulations that prohibit the growing, import and commercialisation of drugs and psychotropic substances (for uses other than medical and therapeutic) define cannabis in a very general way with no specific mention of CBD concentration or content. In addition, the Criminal Code, when typifying specific cannabis related crimes, does not consider there to be a distinction based on the quantity of THC or CBD.