Legal Notice - Terms & Conditions of SaleHere at Professor Herb, we provide our customers with premium UK legal CBD hemp derived products, which are completely legal to possess.
All of our products are certified by third party lab testing reports (COA), which are available here.
All of our products are below the 0.2% recommended THC level, and are derived from legally regulated industrial hemp strains from our trusted farmers in Switzerland and Italy.
We will not take any liability or responsibility should these products be consumed in any way.
We do not make any medical claims towards are products healing or curing anybodies medical conditions in any way on this website or over the phone, as this would violate the MHRA codes of practise.
We ask you do your own research in to these products as we are by no means medical trained practitioners.
Professor Herb do not sell any products that violate the United Kingdoms misuse of drugs act 1971.
We do not claim that this product can cure, treat or diagnose any disease or illness.
Published Legal Information;
“In the European Union, it is legal to cultivate and supply cannabis plants for hemp fibre if they have low levels of THC. The granting of payments under the Common Agricultural Policy is conditional upon the use of certified seeds of specified hemp varieties; only varieties with a THC content not exceeding 0.2 % may be used (EU Regulation 1307/2013). Payments are therefore granted only for areas sown with varieties of hemp offering certain guarantees with regard to their psychotropic content. There is a procedure for the determination of hemp varieties and the verification of their tetrahydrocannabinol content. Imports of hemp are also subject to certain conditions to ensure the above-mentioned THC limit is respected (EU Regulation 1308/2013). According to the European Court of Justice, case C-207/08 (Babanov), the cultivation of hemp fulfilling the strict conditions above by farmers respecting all the other conditions established by the EU legislation cannot be prohibited in any Member State, if this prohibition conflicts with provisions of EU law or undermines the aims and objectives of these provisions. New countries joining the European Union, in which it was illegal to grow any cannabis plant under the narcotic control law, have sometimes needed to change their law in order to permit this exception.”
Please refer to the original publication: Cannabis legislation in Europe. © European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction, 2018 http://www.emcdda.europa.eu/system/files/publications/4135/TD0217210ENN.pdf