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We’ll clarify how mail forwarding works once we share some tips on how to buy CBD products in China — these will help you understand what makes CBD a high-quality product, and how to find them on the crammed market.

CBD is a mainstream product available for millions of people in the West, but it’s still restricted in China — including a strict ban on its import. We know this is frustrating, but be patient and avoid ordering CBD online for the time being.

Also, you’re not allowed to shop for CBD that contains health claims unless it’s registered as a pharmaceutical product under the Pharmacy and Poisons Board of the Department of Health.

3. Shop Only for CBD Cosmetics With Hemp Leaf Extract

If you’re buying CBD in Hong Kong, it‘s best to shop from reputable brands that sell products produced for markets with stricter rules.

We mentioned before that once the government allows a broader range of CBD products and their import, you’ll be able to shop for CBD in foreign countries.

Place your online order, and enter the address you were provided with as the shipping destination. Your package will be sent to this address, and once it arrives at the mail forwarding company’s warehouse, the staff will change the stamps and redirect the parcel to your home address.

If you’re looking to get ahold of CBD products for internal use, you’ll have to wait until CBD becomes fully legalized in China — the industry will likely have to go through several phases before it’s entirely regulated

“It has huge potential,” said Tan Xin, the chairman of Hanma Investment Group, which in 2017 became the first company to receive permission to extract cannabidiol here in southern China. The chemical is marketed abroad — in oils, sprays and balms as treatment for insomnia, acne and even diseases like diabetes and multiple sclerosis. (The science, so far, is not conclusive.)

“It’s a new application, but one that carries forward our tradition,” he said, citing the ancient texts describing its medicinal purposes.

Other regions have taken notice, too. In 2017, Heilongjiang, a province along China’s northeastern border with Russia, joined Yunnan in allowing cannabis cultivation. Jilin, the province next door, said this year that it would also move to do so.

The Hempsoul factory has dozens of closed-circuit cameras that stream videos directly to the provincial public security bureau.

Hempsoul is one of four companies in Yunnan that have received licenses to process hemp for cannabidiol, putting more than 36,000 acres under cultivation. Now others are joining the rush.