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Taiwan Food and Drug Administration (Taiwan FDA) Detecting cannabinoids (THC, CBD & CBN) in cosmetic products What: analytical method for cannabinoids detections Why: In short, YES! You can get CBD in Taiwan and it might be easier than you think. Read it in Mandarin >> 台灣合法購買 CBD 大麻二酚 Following the trend of cannabis legalization globally, CBD products have been… This report provides an overview of the regulatory regime for CBD, hemp and cannabis in Taiwan

Taiwan Food and Drug Administration (Taiwan FDA)

Detecting cannabinoids (THC, CBD & CBN) in cosmetic products

  • What: analytical method for cannabinoids detections
  • Why: tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and others cannabinoids are bannned in many countries
  • Where/Who: Taiwan Food and Drug Administration-/-Division of research and analysis
  • How: the TFDA participates in cross-border co-operation

Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the psychoactive component of the hemp plant (Cannabis sativa) and its use is forbidden in most countries around the world. Hemp also contains other cannabinoids – such as cannabidiol (CBD) – which are legal and permitted for pharmaceutical and cosmetic use in several countries. In light of the skin moisturising effects of this component, many oils, lotions and creams are marketed as containing hemp.

Find out about the LC-MS/MS method for determining cannabinoids in cosmetics, developed by the Taiwan Food and Drug Administration, a participant in the OCCL network.

Is CBD Legal in Taiwan? A short tutorial to help you to get your first CBD product in Taiwan.

Following the trend of cannabis legalization globally, CBD products have been recognized as a health/wellness supplement. However, living in the country with relatively conservative social circumstances in Asia, such as Taiwan, might cause you a huge price to obtain recreational or medicinal substances.

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That been said, I personally do not encourage you to do anything that will violate the local law.

So is CBD legal in Taiwan? Yes! CBD is not a controlled substance nor narcotic good in Taiwan.

In fact, according to the announcement that has been published by Taiwan FDA (TFDA) in May 2020, CBD is one kind of medicine. As long as you purchase CBD products for the purpose of personal use, that’s totally fine.

But how do I do that?

According to TFDA’s announcement, what you need is to prepare the documents as below:

  1. Your Taiwanese’s ID card or residency card.
  2. Product box, description, and product function (If needed).
  3. A Prescription from certified physicians indicated your need of CBD.
  4. Product Certification of Analysis (making sure your product has no THC).

You can use this page to submit your documents: https://www.fda.gov.tw/TC/site.aspx?sid=3928

Very tedious? I know..

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Now, let’s circle back to the prescription. How do you get them?

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There are two options, one is in Northern Taiwan and the other is in Southern Taiwan.

If you live in the greater TPE area, you can go talk to Dr. Kung, who has great prestige in the mental health area. If you live in the greater Kaohsiung area, you can go visit Dr. Lai. Dr. Lai might be the only unicorn that you can find who went to the top med-school in Taiwan with deep knowledge of cannabis/alternative medicine.

Here are their fan pages.

Still very tedious, right?

Here is a trick. You don’t need to apply for the permission to purchase the products for personal use upfront, you can simply place the order online and have the products ship to you. If custom stoped the products and requested for the documents, you can give them the documents accordingly.

That means you can purchase THC free products online and have them ship to you without paperwork.

You have to make sure what you’ve purchased were really THC free. Otherwise, you might have committed a narcotic crime without knowing it.

One more thing

If you found some companies/vendors selling CBD ”in Taiwan”, please be aware. According to TFDA regulation, selling CBD is illegal in Taiwan. So all the local vendors who sell CBD on Shopee/facebook/instagram/line are probably illegal. You might think that “Hey, I’m just a consumer, I might be fine buying things from them.”

WRONG!

  1. You might violate the law called “Pharmaceutical Affairs Law”. That means jail time and fines.
  2. If those vendors are illegal, do you think they care about your need, product QA/QC, your shopping experience, and your health? I don’t think so.
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Last but not least

If you really bump into any legal trouble after purchasing CBD products, you better call Zoe. The one and only cannabis lawyer in Taiwan to save you.

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Regulatory report: Taiwan, April 2021

CBD is not a controlled drug in Taiwan, but the growing of cannabis plants for any purposes including the extraction of CBD is prohibited by the Narcotics Hazard Prevention Act. While this is the case, CBD finished products can be legally sold in Taiwan as long as the specific product does not claim to have therapeutic properties. This report provides a comprehensive overview of the current regulatory regime for CBD in Taiwan, covering everything from extracts and finished products, to import/export laws and medicinal cannabis.

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