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Our products have undergone meticulous testing to be free of harmful chemicals, microbial organisms, and other substances that may be hazardous to health. Below 0.2% of THC is guaranteed in all the products we offer, which is the legally acceptable percentage of THC in Europe.
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Our products are obtained through a precise CO2 extraction process then diluted with high-quality organic hemp oil to achieve world-class CBD products.
To make sure that there are no compromises with the quality, we test and use our products in specifically designed controlled environments. The laboratories we use are equipped and maintained to the highest industry standards
Every step of every batch is tested by a third-party lab testing to ensure quality, purity, and safety throughout production. To view our CBD hemp oils third-party lab report (CoA) please click here
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In the CBD industry, we have full control of our production right from the start from buying seeds, cultivating, harvesting as well as extraction, refinement, and packaging. Our production involves organic extraction to ensure purity without any chemical solvents.
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After searching around the world for 3 years, the Reakiro team found the perfect fields across Europe to cultivate our exquisite hemp and consequently produce Reakiro`s best CBD oils we offer today.
In Switzerland, the legal level of THC is at 1%. In 2011 Switzerland increased the limit defining how the cannabis plant is classified under the Narcotics Control Act from 0.3 % to 1 % THC. The number of cannabis products on offer containing CBD has expanded since mid-2016 when one company marketed a large amount of ‘low-THC’ cannabis product, regulated as a ‘tobacco substitute product’ with associated health warnings and taxation levels. Once the information began to disseminate that products containing less than 1 % THC were not subject to cannabis legal controls in Switzerland, the marketing of these low-THC cannabis products increased.
The German Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety (BVL) outlawed CBD in food and food supplements in March 2019. The products containing cannabidiol are prohibited unless they were authorized as a medicinal product or novel food. As of April, Nordic Oil and other German companies were subjected to a series of raids, with their products containing CBD confiscated. The simultaneous searches targeted a number of shops selling CBD products. Bavaria is considered to be the toughest German federal state when it comes to cannabinoids, but the shops in other parts of the country, e.g. Hamburg, were reportedly searched on suspicion of narcotics trafficking, too.
The change in the form of the European Commission’s unbinding advice for the member states was disapproved by the European Industrial Hemp Association (EIHA), who called the measure ‘unnecessary, illogical and illicit’ and claimed that, although hemp extracts are not formally nor legally forbidden, many European states were taking ‘disproportionate and unjustified’ measures. In 1998, the industry received a letter from the EU’s PAFF Standing Committee that encouraged many business decisions for the next twenty years. So that January 2019 decision marked the beginning of an important shift in legislation for the member states. At the level of the European Union, CBD was until now considered to be the unauthorized new food.
Great Britain – CBD Legal as Novel Food
Until now, the ‘grey zone’ of the European legislative becomes even greyer knowing CBD was never listed as a food supplement in the EU. The reference EU legislation in the area of food supplements is Directive 2002/46/EC, but the use of substances other than vitamins or minerals in the manufacture of food supplements may be governed by national rules or may be subject to other specific EU legislation.
Not all EU member states have announced the enforcement of novel food catalog guidelines on CBD, and there are unconfirmed reports that Bulgaria recently issued a license that would permit the sale of CBD food products.
Some of the measures European states are now taking can be illustrated by a recently adopted resolution proposed by the Agricultural Commission in the Italian parliament. It proposes a raise in the THC level in the industrial hemp that comes from EU varieties from 0.2 to 0.3 %. This would level it up with the rest of the global market since permitted levels of THC in CBD products in North America and Australia are 0.3 %. It also asks for the regulation on the sales of dried, chopped or pelleted biomass from the entire plant or its parts, with THC content not exceeding 0.2 %. There are no current guidelines on CBD or THC limits considering food in Italy, and this resolution calls for defining them.
We are now at the start of a new journey that began in January 2019, when the European Commission changed the entry in the novel foods catalog for cannabinoids. Novel Food is defined as food that had not been used for human consumption to a significant degree in the European Union before 15th May 1997. Previously to this decision, only enriched CBD was considered novel food. Now a new entry Cannabinoids was created, and it states all hemp extracts to be novel. Also, the entry of Cannabis sativa L. was changed and only seed-derived products were considered food. The leaves and flowers were left in a ‘grey zone’.