What You Need to Know About CBD in Croatia

CBD, short for Cannabidiol, is a natural compound found in the hemp plant. Unlike THC, another compound in hemp, CBD is not psychoactive, meaning it doesn't cause a 'high.' It's widely used for its potential health benefits, including stress relief, pain management, and improving sleep.

Traveling with CBD to Croatia

If you're visiting Croatia and bringing CBD products, make sure they follow Croatian laws. This means they should have less than 0.3% THC. It's a good idea to carry a document showing the THC level to avoid problems. You can download a certificate under the product page of the product you have purchased,  request this from us in the “chat” or by e-mail at info@raworganics.es.

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Be Careful with High-THC CBD Oil

If you have purchased your CBD oil from another place than Raw Organics, and it has more than 0.3% THC, it's illegal in Croatia. This could lead to fines or the authorities taking your CBD. For businesses, breaking this rule can cause even more serious legal issues. Travelers should check their CBD oil to avoid issues at customs.

Selling CBD Products in Croatia

In Croatia, you can sell CBD products, but only as cosmetics. You can't sell them as food or health supplements.

Final Thoughts

CBD is okay in Croatia if it sticks to the THC limit. Whether you're using it in Croatia or bringing it with you, make sure it meets these rules to stay out of trouble. You can always request a certificate of your product from Raw Organics, so you can travel with your product in peace. 


This article is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. Laws regarding CBD oil are subject to change and may vary.