The End of CBD Products in China
BY Ye ChenJun 07, 2021
On May 28, Inventory of Prohibited Ingredients for Cosmetics and Inventory of Prohibited Plant (Animal) Ingredients for Cosmetics are finally released and implemented. These two documents indicates that CBD is strictly banned in China from then on. Most E-commerce platforms and brands are still selling the last batch of products, but most manufacturers have fully stopped their production of CBD products.

On May 28, National Medical Products Administration (NMPA) released and implemented the finalized Inventory of Prohibited Ingredients for Cosmetics and Inventory of Prohibited Plant (Animal) Ingredients for Cosmetics. Four CBD-related ingredients, including Cannabidiol, CANNABIS SATIVA FRUIT, CANNABIS SATIVA SEED OIL, and CANNABIS SATIVA LEAF EXTRACT, are on the lists, implying the end of CBD products in China. From May 28, 2021, cosmetic registrants and notifiers are not allowed to produce or import products containing these ingredients. As for the products containing the newly prohibited ingredients that have been produced or imported, the NMPA will issue transitional measures granting a deadline for their sales.

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Ye Chen
ChemLinked Research Analyst
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