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24 Countries and Counting – Here’s Where You Can Order CBD From Steve’s Goods with International Shipping

Steve’s Goods is a CBD company based in Longmont, Colorado, USA. Our mission is to provide high-quality and affordable CBD products to people all around the world in countries where CBD is legal for recreational use with our International shipping program.

We’re dedicated to investing a large portion of our revenue in research and development to further leverage the medical benefits of CBD and make sure it meets the legal requirements in all countries we ship to while also providing optimal effects given the limitations.


What is CBD?

CBD is a non-psychoactive substance derived from hemp plants that have been gaining in popularity around the world, especially in countries where THC remains a controlled substance. That’s because CBD laws tend to be much more relaxed in those regions, and residents can buy it for recreational use without any prescription.

In addition, if CBD is legal in your country, you can get it not only locally but also online, which will give you a much wider variety of products to choose from. Today, the USA is one of the leaders in CBD production, and there are many high-quality products available, allowing people to source their favorite substance in forms that they’re often unable to find in their countries.


The legal status of CBD around the world for International Shipping

Every country has its own drug laws, which often stretch to cover CBD products. That’s why you need to make sure that it’s legal in your country to buy, possess, and consume CBD oil, edibles, or any other product you’re interested in. When those boxes are checked, you can be sure that it’s also legal to export the substance for personal use from abroad as long as it’s also legal in the country of origin.

Because CBD laws tend to be tricky, we’ve compiled a full list of countries we ship to, along with the legal status of CBD in each of them, so you can know exactly what you’re doing is 100% legal.



Argentina has pretty strict laws when it comes to hemp use. Right now, it’s only allowed for medical use with a prescription. What’s more, CBD products in Argentina can contain up to 0.1% of THC – far less than the common benchmark of 0.3% used by most countries around the world.

Still, if you have a prescription and if the CBD product you’re interested in meets the legal requirements, you’re free to buy it online, even if it means importing from another country.



Bulgaria famously became the first country in the EU to legalize CBD for recreational use. The only limitation regarding the sale of CBD products in Bulgaria is that they can’t contain more than 0.2% of THC. While the parliament has approved proposals to increase this limit to 0.3%, we’re still awaiting a decision in this matter.

As long as your CBD meets those requirements, you can buy it either locally or have it shipped directly to your door, even from abroad.



The legal status of hemp and marijuana in Canada is pretty relaxed. The legislation, known as Bill C-45, which came into force on October 17, 2018, made CBD and THC legal both for medical and recreational use. Because they’re both legal, you don’t have to worry about your CBD products containing a given amount of THC, as in many countries where it might be a problem, and you can buy any product no matter how much THC it contains.

Canada’s close proximity to the US makes it easy and relatively cheap for hemp enthusiasts to get products from their southern neighbor, where selection tends to be wider, and because the substance is legal in both countries, you can order it online and have it shipped directly to your door – all 100% legal.



Even though many people associate Colombia with different substances, the country isn’t particularly relaxed when it comes to buying CBD for recreational use. Right now, you can buy any CBD products – whether it’s tinctures, topicals, or edibles – as long as they contain less than 0.1% of THC, which is a relatively strict limitation given that most countries allow CBD products to contain up to 0.3% of THC.

Still, when those requirements are met, you can buy your CBD from any place, either locally or online, even if it means importing it from another country.


Czech Republic

The Czech Republic is known for being one of the most relaxed countries when it comes to hemp and marijuana laws. It’s legal to buy, possess, and consume CBD products as long as they contain less than 0.3% of THC, which is a common limitation across different countries, so many manufacturers adjust their doses accordingly.

The law applies both for domestic and international purchases, meaning that you can order your CBD products from anywhere in the world and have them shipped directly to your door.



France follows the general European Union’s law when it comes to the sale and possession of hemp, and the country allows any CBD products that contain less than 0.3% of THC. With those countries in mind, many manufacturers, including Steve’s Goods, have developed products that are 100% THC-free.

When your product meets the legal requirements, you can order it online from any country where it’s also legal.



In 2018, Greece removed CBD from its list of drugs and narcotics, making it legal to sell, possess, and consume all around the country. One thing you should keep in mind if you want to buy CBD in Greece is that it can’t contain more than 0.2% of THC, but the country is considering making exceptions for people who use it for medical use.

As long as your CBD products meet this requirement, you don’t have anything to worry about. To be extra safe, you can even buy 100% THC-free CBD products, but it’s not necessary.



The legal status of CBD in Italy is tricky. There are no laws explicitly legalizing or banning the substance, and so people have been enjoying this loophole buying and taking their favorite CBD products or even having them shipped from abroad.

One thing you should keep in mind is that THC remains an illegal substance in Italy, so it’s best to play it safe and get a 100% THC-free variation of the CBD product you’re interested in.



Japan has a very interesting history with hemp because its cultivation was perfectly legal until 1948. Then, new legislation took place, and until recently, the substance remained under strict control. Today, however, you’re free to buy any CBD product in Japan as long as it contains no THC.

Because many products are designed for foreign markets, some of them might include up to 0.2% or 0.3% of THC. If you live in Japan, make sure you’re buying 100% THC-free CBD products to avoid any problems.



Just like many European countries, Latvia follows the general European Union’s law regarding CBD, allowing any products as long as they contain less than 0.2% of THC. It’s worth mentioning that farmers in Latvia can’t extract the cannabinoid within the country, and so all CBD products end up being imported.

That’s why foreign markets are especially popular among Latvian hemp enthusiasts who have to rely on them to source their favorite products and have them shipped to their home country.



Lithuania is yet another example of a country that has adapted the European Union law for CBD use. Residents can buy any products as long as they contain less than 0.2% of THC.

Luckily, many manufacturers acknowledge that those laws are present in many countries and make products specifically for those markets, which often contain no THC at all, so you can feel 100% safe buying them online.



Luxembourg has raised the EU’s limit slightly, and residents can now buy and consume CBD products that contain no more than 0.3% of THC. That’s good news because this number is common in many different countries, so manufacturers have a wide offer of CBD products meeting those limitations.

Residents of Luxembourg now have a wider selection of CBD products as they can either buy those that are 100% THC-free or go with an alternative containing trace amounts – whatever suits them more.



Mexico is another country in South America that has relatively strict laws regarding CBD, even though many people associate the region with different psychoactive substances. Right now, you can get any CBD product in Mexico on the condition that it contains less than 0.1% of THC.

Even though it’s lower than in most countries, many manufacturers acknowledge those limitations and have introduced 100% THC-free products that you can use in countries with very strict hemp laws, such as Mexico, for example.



The Netherlands might be known for its relaxed status of various substances, but the limitations the country puts on CBD are pretty rigid. That’s because CBD derived from hemp plants is legal only if it contains less than 0.05% of THC, which effectively means that no THC is allowed.

The best thing you can do if you live in the Netherlands is to buy 100% THC-free CBD products that are made available by many manufacturers, including Steve’s Goods, who want to make CBD available to a wider range of people.



Peru has one of the strictest laws regarding the use of CBD in Latin America. Residents of the country can use CBD-based products only for medical purposes with the right prescription.

Once that requirement is met, users can either buy their CBD locally or have it imported from another country if they want a wider variety of choices.



Just like many other European countries, Poland follows the European Union CBD laws and allows any CBD products which contain less than 0.2% of THC.

You can either find a CBD product that’s very low on THC or go with a 100% THC-free version, which is available from almost all CBD brands, including Steve’s Goods.



Portugal is one of the most progressive countries when it comes to cannabis laws. The country is most known for decriminalizing cannabis for personal use in 2001, but it took until 2018 before cannabis became legal for medical use in Portugal.

Today, CBD is also legal in Portugal if your products contain less than 0.2% of THC. As long as those requirements are met, you can buy CBD products without a prescription, either locally or from abroad, if you want a wider selection of products.



Slovenia follows the European Union CBD laws and allows all CBD products that contain less than 0.2% of CBD. If this limit is met, you can buy your CBD online and have it shipped right to your door, even from another country, without worrying about customs intercepting the package.

Most of the time, residents will end up buying 100% THC-free CBD products to stay extra safe and make sure they’re under the legal limit.



Spain is another country that follows the EU’s hemp laws. If you live in Spain, you can buy any CBD product that contains no more than 0.2% of THC if you intend to use it for recreational use and don’t have a prescription.

Just like in other countries with similar limitations, people living in Spain will often opt for a 100% THC-free alternative to their favorite CBD products.



The legal status of CBD is fairly relaxed in Switzerland, but the limitations regarding the permissible amounts of THC are a bit stricter than the European average. If you live in Switzerland, you can buy or import any CBD product if it contains less than 0.1% of THC.

Usually, it might be difficult to find CBD products with exactly 0.1% of THC, so most of the time, your best choice will be to go with a 100% THC-free version of your favorite product to ensure you’re doing everything according to the law.



Even though Sweden is considered a very liberal and progressive country, the drug laws don’t seem to support this view. The country is one of the harshest in Europe when it comes to hemp laws. Because THC is strictly outlawed, even the smallest traces of the substance in CBD products mean that it’ll be treated as a narcotic.

With that said, CBD is legal in Sweden only if it’s 100% THC-free. That’s why you need to look specifically for those manufacturers who tailor their products to all markets, including those with the harshest laws. Steve’s Goods is one of those brands that offer 100% THC-free CBD you can buy online in Sweden and have it shipped directly to your door.


United Kingdom

The United Kingdom, despite it leaving the European Union, has adopted the EU’s laws regarding CBD and, like many other countries, allows only those products that contain up to 0.2% of THC.

As long as this requirement is met, you can buy your products locally or online without having to worry about them getting stopped at the border during customs control.



Cannabis is legal in Uruguay, and so is CBD, without any limitations as to the amounts of THC that can be found in those products. However, high-quality CBD products are notoriously difficult to find in Uruguay as many people rely on private sellers who grow hemp on their own, and so the quality of their products tends to be rather poor.

Many Uruguayans decide to buy their CBD online from another country, such as the United States, where the choice is much wider. The laws make it legal to import cannabis into the country, which creates an opportunity for people to get their favorite products even though the local market makes it difficult.


South Korea

While Asia is known for its harsh stance against drugs, South Korea became the first country on the continent to make marijuana legal for medical purposes, and that was only in late 2018. Since then, many advancements have taken place in the country, and CBD is now legal for both medical and recreational use and can even be imported from other countries.

One thing to remember if you want to buy CBD in South Korea is that the country only allows CBD products to contain up to 10mg of THC in 1kg of the product. Effectively, this means that only 100% THC-free products are permitted, as the allowed amount is so small. So, make sure your CBD products contain no traces of THC.


Shop CBD Products at Steve’s Goods

If you live in one of the countries above and would like to buy CBD from the United States, you qualify for our international shipping program! Steve’s Goods is a leading manufacturer of CBD products with many awards proving the quality of our products. Whether you live in countries that allow trace amounts of THC in CBD products or no THC at all, we have a wide variety of CBD products to choose from, all tailored to the laws in your country so you can get your dose 100% legally.