ANNOUNCED AS TEMPORARYNo
On 13 June 2018, the Ministry of Home Affairs of Australia announced that the Customs (Prohibited Imports) (Importation of Hemp Seeds and Hemp Derived Products) Approval 2018 Act had entered into force lifting the import ban on hulled hemp seeds; hemp seed meal; hemp fibre; hemp seed oil; and products containing or consisting of hulled hemp seeds, or that contains ingredients extracted o derived from hemp seeds.
In the cases of hemp oil and products containing hemp, the legislation establishes that the total cannabidiol content has to be 75 mg/kg or less and the total tetrahydrocannabinol content is 50 mg/kg or less. In addition, for hemp derivated products, they cannot contain another drug; and the product must not contain any other parts (including unhulled hemp seeds) of, or extracts from parts (except hemp seeds) of, a plant of the genus Cannabis.
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