Cannabis in China is illegal, except for industrial purposes and some types of medicines.
Hempis one of the few exceptions, as it has been used for centuries in the country for a variety of purposes. Despite the current strict laws, CBD is expected to become the cornerstone of the Chinese cannabis industry, making it possible to accommodate more CBD-based products. If you live in China, you can buy several cosmetics and wellness products with CBD, including serums, sunscreens, and creams.
Hemp has been an important part of Chinese culture for centuries. It was used for war and was an essential material for bowstrings. Chinese healers used hemp and marijuana as anesthetics and as a cure for menstrual cramps, rheumatism, malaria, constipation and stomach discomfort. During the development of China as a kingdom with its many dynasties, hemp was not just a commodity but a necessity. Cannabis, both hemp and marijuana, was a multipurpose plant used by the Chinese for hundreds of centuries.
Chinese hemp is mainly used in cosmetics, but also in e-cigarettes, medicines and animal feed. On March 26, China's National Institute for Food and Drug Control (NIFDC) presented a proposal to ban some cannabis-derived ingredients in cosmetic and personal care products. CBD is a popular product available to millions of people in the West, but it is still restricted in China, including a strict ban on its import. If you are caught in possession of cannabis or cannabis-based products that contain THC, you could end up serving a seven-year prison sentence. As a result, many regulators have decided to exclude hemp from the list of restricted drugs because no matter how much you take, you'll never get high with it. Although CBD is not a controlled drug, it is not included in the Inventory of Existing Cosmetic Ingredients in China (IECIC) and currently CBD is not allowed as a raw material in products.
Once that happens, you'll be able to discover the abundant CBD products in the US. USA, Canada and the United Kingdom.