Certified once feedstock, wherein the amount below acceptable levels TGC longer undergoes inspections. That is, all derived products or products from certified raw materials in the future malonarkoticheskogo not controlled by law enforcement. Documents on feedstock availability TGC assay can be used to automatically produced therefrom certification of the final products.
On the pages of the profile Ezine Ukrainian growers, we have already demonstrated the attitude of government bodies in Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the United States to the issue of the presence of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content in various products and goods made from hemp. The closest to us is the European market, so the description is related to THC and its presence in the UK, Holland, Italy and Belgium, primarily in the food and cosmetics will try to demonstrate in this publication.
On the one hand, in the territory of "Albion" to allow the sale of food products, cosmetics, textiles malonarkoticheskoy of hemp, and the activity is in accordance with the requirements of the Anglo-Saxon law is not regulated. On the other, Technical hemp is still controlled by the country's law enforcement agencies.
Specialists of the law enforcement complex estimated amount of THC in the product, the ability to extract it easily accessible way, the degree of public danger in the event of a possible extraction of controlled substances from a consignment or a specific raw material volume. Therefore, it is the UK Ministry of Internal Affairs ensures that each officially sold on the hemp market the product or the product containing hemp components subjected to scrutiny for the possibility of their use for psychoactive substances, which can be used in illegal drug trafficking.
Various products containing small amounts of tetrahydrocannabinol everywhere are imported or manufactured and sold in the country.
Normative legal acts of the Netherlands does not have any provisions relating to the regulation of the amount of THC or in food or in cosmetics, textile or supplies. However, part of the European Union Netherlands government structures follow the laws and EU regulations governing maximum permissible levels of THC in the goods sold in the country. It should be noted that, given the presence of THC in the nullity of any products, which are based on the seeds, in the Netherlands there are no restrictions on the import or production of any products or items from seeds or derivatives thereof.
The absence of any rules on products made from hemp seed creates certain inconveniences for companies importing seeds from Holland or produced from these products, as in the countries - consumers of Dutch cannabis products may exist on this type of raw materials or finished products some limitations. That is why some Dutch companies specializing in the export of hemp production, used the German guidelines on the amount of THC in the articles as a reference for all kinds of export consignments of raw materials or finished goods for sale of cannabis.
State authorities declare their attitude to the presence of THC in food products at zero or close to zero. However, experts of the Ministry of Health and Interior are working with experts from the hemp market to develop criteria by which the trace amounts of THC may be contained in the products or the products appearing on the shelves of the peninsula.
Given the absence of THC in hemp seeds, in Italy products of grain and its derivatives without limitation allowed for sales. Using loyalty to sales of food raw hemp products on the market can meet the individual products, in which there is a small amount of THC. Especially widely used mechanisms of this kind on sales of hemp oil as dietary supplements, are actively used for skin care or reduce menstrual pain.
The position of "zero tolerance" to the amount of THC in hemp production was declared once in 2009 in a letter to the Ministry of Health of Italy, in which it was recommended that there is no THC in the products manufactured on the basis of hemp ingredients.
Despite the absence of a clear regulation of the maximum amount of THC in products and articles of hemp raw materials, which are sold throughout the country, in principle, any entrepreneur, producing or selling hemp products contain trace amounts of THC may be interested in law enforcement. It is not strange it sounds, mostly police attention is drawn to the producers and sellers of hemp beers (brewed using leaves and inflorescence malonarkoticheskoy hemp). According to law enforcement officials, the presence of a minimum amount of THC in low-alcoholic drinks, can make people who regularly consume beer, more vulnerable to disease and adverse effects of external factors.
Local health monitoring can check the level of THC in hemp products, imported from abroad. Often carried out documentary checks at the border, however, can be sampled to study them and to decide on their possible danger to Italian society.
On the one hand, the Italian Government declares the need for the implementation of the national territory of the German regulations governing the maximum amount of THC in hemp products. On the other hand, the absence of structures that unite the Italian growers lead to the fact that some producers and processors countries emphasize public officials on the fact that the regulation of the maximum amount of THC in different cannabis products and articles of hemp raw materials may increase the cost of the final product. Thus, the emerging boom can slow down the Italian konoplevodstva associated with a significant simplification of the procedures governing the cultivation of industrial hemp cultivation technology.
The government authorizes the production, sale and consumption of cannabis products with a small amount of THC. There are several criteria for hemp food products: hemp-based food components must comply with the rules of Belgian food production, the maximum amount of THC should not exceed the established criteria governing directives.
Various exceptions to the rules are regularly provided on the basis of each individual case. On the market today throughout Belgium food presents various products made using a feedstock seeds or derivatives thereof, and with the use of leaves and inflorescences malonarkoticheskoy hemp. In particular, there are products on the market seed - oil, flour, bread, veggie burgers, milk, cookies; leaves and inflorescences - tea, non-alcoholic, low alcohol, alcoholic beverages, bran, bread.
Following these criteria for the maximum amount of THC in food. They apply to the territory of Belgium imported food products containing THC. The maximum permissible limits THC in Belgium were established solely from a pragmatic point of view, according to the estimates of the possible negative impact on the human body.
Hemp oil: 10 mg / kg
Seeds and hemp flour: 5 mg / kg
Other Food and Beverages: 0.2 mg / kg
The main highlight of the regulatory framework in Belgium is a postulate, according to which a certified once the raw material in which the amount of THC less acceptable levels is no longer subjected to checks. That is, all derived products or products from certified malonarkoticheskogo raw materials in the future beyond the control of the law enforcement agencies of the country. Documents on feedstock availability TGC assay can be used to automatically produced therefrom certification of the final products.

Information taken from the site http://tku.org.ua