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Why should I buy Goldfish Amsterdam?



We offer premium quality CBD products at some of the most affordable prices in the industry.  All our products are use only pure and natural ingredients so that you get the best nature has to offer.


Our amazing team or scientists and nutritionist are continuously expanding and improving our product lines so that each of our products are truly unique to us and in line with the latest that science and technology has to offer.  


Through every step of our process, we guarantee that each component is tested for safety and consistency – from our certified hemp, to adhering to strict GMP guidelines, to lab testing the final product (see our lab results here).


We are passionate in our belief that everyone should have access to the amazing health benefits of CBD.  That is why we are committed to bringing premium quality products to the market, at affordable prices without ever compromising on quality.

Where does your CBD oil come from and how is it manufactured?

All our hemp is grown and harvested from a hand selected group of farmers here in the European Union.  They are all certified employ farming techniques that are sustainable and do not use pesticides, inorganic fertilisers or heavy metals during cultivation.  In addition our hemp is guaranteed to be non-GMO.  

For products that do not use full-spectrum hemp powder or flower, the CBD is then extracted using state-of-the-art CO2 extraction technologies, with ultra-CBD extracts being further purified through a unique high-intensity, ultrasonic, acoustic cavitation process that produces micro-sized CBD particles.  This means that all our CBD extracts and isolates are completely THC, solvent, and contaminant free.   

We also do rigorous testing to ensure that we know what goes into each of our Goldfish Amsterdam products; from the exact concentration of CBD, to the carrier oil, to all of our other natural ingredients required to produce only premium quality products. (Check [here] to see current lab results).



Will I Fail a Drug Test if I use Goldfish Amsterdam CBD Products?

Drug tests test for THC, the psychoactive component of the cannabis plant, and not for CBD.  This means that you will pass a drug test.

However, because some of our products contain full spectrum hemp that still contains minute amounts of THC, it can happen that if you are consuming extraordinarily large amounts of these products, some THC might show up on older types of drug tests.

For this type of false positive to happen, you will have to consume over 2,000 mg of hemp derived CBD per day – an incredibly high dosage considering that (depending on your treatment protocol), the recommended daily amount is between 30 mg and 160 mg per day.

If you want to be on the safe side, choose one of our ultra-CBD products (such as the Goldfish Amsterdam Lemongrass 5% CBD oil) or a CBD isolate over a full-spectrum CBD one, as these products are guaranteed to be 100% THC-free.

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Is CBD legal?

Hemp derived CBD is, with some conditions and a few rare exceptions, legal throughout the European Union.  We’ve put together a quick guide to help you figure out of you can legally import Goldfish Amsterdam products in your country:

Austria:  Austrian law only has a prohibition on psychoactive substances, including THC, but CBD is not restricted and therefore legal to produce, purchase and use (read more here).

Belgium: According to the Belgium Federal Drug Note, cannabis restrictions limit you to 3.5 grams of cannabis or less making CBD legal in Belgium (read more here).

Bulgaria:  As with most other EU countries, CBD products containing less than 0,2% THC are legal for production, purchase and use (read more here).

Croatia:  Croatia is actually one of the largest industrial hemp cultivators in Europe and not only is it legal to purchase and use, it is also legal to import and produce hemp and CBD products in Croatia.

Cyprus:  The Republic of Cyprus laws state that if concentrations of THC does not exceed 0,2%, CBD products and preparations are legal (read more here).

Czech Republic:  As long as CBD products comply with the legal limit of containing less than 0,3% THC, it is legal to purchase and use (read more here).

Denmark:  According to Danish law, cannabis use is limited for medical and scientific purposes.  This includes CBD.  Currently, CBD is only available and legal for use if a doctor give you permission (read more here).

Estonia:  According to Estonian laws, psychotropic drugs are illegal.  However, as CBD is not psychoactive, it is not banned from use (read more here).

Finland:  Only psychoactive substances are banned in Finland meaning that CBD is legal to use (read more here).

France: Both hemp cultivation and hemp derived CBD products are legal in France as long as it contains less than 0,2% THC (read more here).

Germany:  Hemp derived CBD products with a THC content that does not exceed 0,2% THC is legal and in harmony with EU law (read more here).

Greece:  CBD is legal if there is less than 0,2% THC present (read more here).

Hungary:  As drug laws do not explicitly restrict the use of CBD, it is legal to purchase and use in Hungary (read more here).

Italy:  Under the Italian law number 242, both hemp cultivation and hemp CBD oil is legal in Italy as long as it does not exceed 0,6% THC (read more here).

Ireland:  According to Irish law, cannabis varieties that contain less than 0,2% THC are allowed (read more here).

Latvia: Under Latvian law, Indian Cannabis is not allowed for cultivation or use, however, hemp derived products are permitted (read more here).

Lithuania:  According to Lithuanian laws, hemp cultivation was legalized in 2014, making CBD legal (read more here).

Luxembourg:  In Luxembourg, cannabis is legal if it is less than 0.3% THC (read more here).

Malta: According to Maltese law, any cannabinoid extracted from any form of cannabis (marijuana or hemp) falls under the 2018 Drug Dependence Act, legalising medical cannabis for prescription use only.  This means that you need a doctor’s prescription to purchase and use CBD products legally (read more here).

Netherlands:  Hemp seeds and hemp derived CBD are not explicitly covered in the Dutch Narcotics Legislation, making it legal to buy and use (read more here).

Poland:  There is no restriction in legislation preventing CBD use with hemp strains containing less than 0.2% THC having been cultivated in Poland for hundreds of years (read more here).

Portugal: Portuguese law states, there is no explicit ban on CBD, making it legal to purchase and use (read more here).

Romania:  Romanian law also does not explicitly ban the use of CBD products, making it legal to use (read more here).

Slovakia: According to Slovakian law, CBD is on the “Group 2” psychoactive narcotic list making it explicitly illegal to import, purchase or use (read more here).

Slovenia:  Industrial cannabis (i.e. hemp) is exempt from the law as long as it has a low THC of less than 0.2% (read more here).

Spain:  CBD is non-psychotropic and as such, hemp cultivation and hemp derived CBD oil is legal in Spain as long as it does not contain more than 0,2% THC  (read more here).

Sweden: Under Swedish law only cannabis and THC is considered as being a banned substance, making CBD exempt and legal to use (read more here).

Switzerland:  There is no specific law stating that CBD is prohibited, but any cannabis or hemp derived product that contains more than 1% THC is illegal (read more here).

United Kingdom: If CBD products are marketed and sold as a food supplement in the U.K. and it does not make medical claims, it fully legal to produce, purchase and use (read more here).

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Goldfish Amsterdam can never guarantee that CBD and other cannabinoids will work with certainty for a certain ailment or disease. CBD is a food supplement. Under EU law, CBD and other cannabinoids cannot be labeled, presented or advertised as having the ability to prevent, treat or cure any disease. Our information never replaces the advice of a doctor or pharmacist. Always consult your doctor or pharmacist first.

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