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Any other people with experience of ordering CBD oil?


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I use CBD oil very successfully for treatment and I'm contemplating returning to Portugal.  I understand Portugal requires a prescription to purchase it from those local pharmacies who supply it — and one also needs a doctor who agrees with its use.

Do any others here have experience to share in regard to ordering it from other countries and whether the process is straightforward?  I ask because there are numerous comments in the press, regarding difficulties with the local postal system.  Thanks.

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Fear not. You can legally buy CBD oil, flowers, edibles, etc. right here in Portugal. I've ordered from Plant and Hemp here in Lisbon. They'll deliver anywhere in the city in one hour. Great company, quality products. I have no affiliation other than being a satisfied customer. There are several other quality places in town. Just beware of the "tourist" cannabis shops. 

Here's P&H's page with oils:

https://plantandhemp.com/product-category/cbd-oils/

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Many thanks indeed @thunderduck that's very good to know.  I'm pleasantly surprised, because the website 'dailycbd' suggests under the page for Portugal...

"Until mid-2018, you could buy CBD in a physical store as a food supplement..."

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@walsmith 

Celeiro grocery stores sell CBD supplements. The larger Pingo Doce stores sell CBD cream that my wife uses. CBD is readily available in Lisbon. 

 

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Thanks again @thunderduck I appreciate the information.  All I need to do now is resolve my residency situation, as I've been out of the country for slightly over six months.

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