Uncertainties in 2024

Giorgia Meloni's government in Italy published a decree that initially classified cannabidiol (CBD) in August 2023 as a narcotic substance, restricting its commercialization. This decree aimed to treat all CBD products as either narcotic substances or for medicinal use only. However, this decree faced legal challenges and was subsequently suspended by the Lazio Regional Administrative Court, following an appeal. The court's decision reinstated the legality of CBD.

CBD in Cosmetics and Medical Use

CBD is permitted in cosmetics, ensuring that it can be imported and used without legal issues. Medical CBD also remains legal and is available with a prescription. 

Travel Tips

Traveling to Italy with CBD oil is permissible as long as it adheres to the legal THC limit.


In Italy, the legal status of CBD oil depends on its THC level, which must be below 0.3%, in line with EU standards. However, there's uncertainty about future regulations following debate in the parliament.


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

Nicklas Olsen
Nicklas Olsen CBD Expert

Nicklas Olsen is a renowned expert in the CBD industry with over a decade of experience within the cannabis industry. He is one of the driving forces behind Raw Organics, known for his in-depth knowledge and passion for natural wellness solutions. Olsen's commitment to quality and education has made him a respected voice in the field of CBD.