Legislation and Customs

At Oils by Simpson, we sell legal CBD products according to EU regulations and the EU cosmetics regulation.

Endoca's products are legal according to the EU's current cosmetics regulation and regulations for CBD marketed as cosmetic products. And that's why we market them as wellness products according to the rules.

The THC level in Endoca´s hemp / cannabis products is usually between non-measurable and up to 0,05% and thus complies with the limit for THC content in hemp products, which in the EU is a maximum of 0,20% THC.


Read more at the Danish Environmental Protection Agency "Cannabis and CBD (cannabidiol) in cosmetic products". Read more here about CBD marketed according to the EU cosmetics regulation here in the link https://mst.dk/kemi/kemikalier/fokus-paa-saerlige-produkter/kosmetik/saerlige-stoffer/saerligt-om-cannabis-og-cbd/


To Denmark, our over 20.000 users experience getting delivered without customs issues. Customs in Denmark has several times taken individual deliveries to check for THC content, and they have met the requirements in Denmark.

To Greenland we deliver again, without customs issues.

To Sweden We deliver without customs problems

To Norway  We deliver again without customs problems.

To Great Britain We deliver without customs problems

Due to the free movement of goods in the EU, you as a private person have the right to receive your organic Endoca cannabis CBD products from an EU country where the product is legal and delivered to you in Denmark and other EU countries.

Free movement of goods European Parliament - At your disposal

The free movement of goods, which is the first of the four fundamental freedoms in the internal market, is ensured through the abolition of customs duties and quantitative restrictions and by the prohibition of measures having equivalent effect. The principles of mutual recognition, the removal of physical and technical barriers and the promotion of standardization were added to further the completion of the internal market. With the adoption of the new legal framework in 2008, the marketing of products, the free movement of goods, the EU market surveillance system and the CE marking were significantly strengthened.

Furthermore, the principle of mutual recognition has been consolidated to cover a wide range of other products not covered by EU harmonization. Read more here: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/factsheets/da/sheet/38/fri-rorlighet-for-varor

legal basis  

Articles 26 and 28 to 37 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU).



(ex Article 14 TEC)

1. The Union shall adopt measures to establish the internal market or to ensure its functioning in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Treaties.

2. The internal market shall comprise an area without internal frontiers in which the free movement of goods, persons, services and capital is in accordance with the provisions of the Treaties.

3. The Council, on a proposal from the Commission, shall establish the guidelines and conditions necessary to ensure balanced progress in all sectors concerned.



(ex Article 23 TEC)

1. The Union shall, inter alia, a customs union, which covers all exchanges of goods, which prohibits customs duties on imports from and exports to other Member States, as well as all charges having equivalent effect, and the imposition of a common customs tariff on third countries.

2. The provisions of Article 30 and of Chapter 3 of this Title shall apply to products originating in the Member States and to products originating in third countries which are freely marketable in the Member States.


(ex Article 24 TEC)

Goods which are freely marketable in a Member State shall mean those originating in a third country for which the formalities laid down by the Member State concerned for the purpose of importation have been fulfilled and for which that Member State has levied applicable duties and charges having equivalent effect, and for which these customs duties have not been fully or partially reimbursed.




(ex Article 25 TEC)

Customs duties on imports and exports and other charges having equivalent effect are prohibited between Member States. This also applies to financial duties.


(ex Article 26 TEC)

The Council, on a proposal from the Commission, fixes the Common Customs Tariff duties.


(ex Article 27 TEC)

In carrying out the duties entrusted to it under this Chapter, the Commission shall take into account:

(a) the need to promote trade between Member States and third countries

(b) the development of conditions of competition within the Union to the extent that these developments strengthen the competitiveness of undertakings;

(c) the Union's need for supplies of raw materials and semi-finished products, while at the same time ensuring that the conditions of competition between Member States with regard to finished goods are not distorted

(d) the need to avoid serious disruptions in the economic life of the Member States and to ensure the rational development of production and increase of consumption within the Union.




(ex Article 135 TEC)

Within the scope of the Treaties, the European Parliament and the Council, in accordance with the ordinary legislative procedure, take measures to strengthen customs cooperation between Member States and between them and the Commission.




(ex Article 28 TEC)

Quantitative restrictions on imports as well as all measures having equivalent effect are prohibited between Member States.


(ex Article 29 TEC)

Quantitative restrictions on exports as well as all measures having equivalent effect are prohibited between Member States.


(ex Article 30 TEC)

The provisions of Articles 34 and 35 shall not preclude such prohibitions or restrictions on imports, exports or transit which are justified on grounds of public morality, public order, public security, protection of human and animal life and health, protection of plants, protection of national treasures of artistic, historical or archaeological value, or protection of industrial and commercial property. However, these prohibitions or restrictions must not constitute a means of arbitrary discrimination or a disguised restriction on trade between Member States.


(ex Article 31 TEC)

1. Member States shall adapt state trade monopolies to exclude any discrimination against nationals of the Member States with regard to supply and marketing conditions.

The provisions of this Article shall apply to any body through which a Member State, de jure or de facto, directly or indirectly, controls, directs or noticeably influences imports or exports between Member States. These provisions also apply to state-licensed monopolies.

2. Member States shall refrain from introducing new measures contrary to those referred to in paragraph 1. The principles referred to in paragraph XNUMX or limiting the scope of Articles relating to the prohibition of customs duties and quantitative restrictions between Member States.

3. Where a State monopoly of trade entails a regulation designed to facilitate marketing or better use of agricultural products, the application of the provisions of this Article shall ensure equivalent guarantees for the employment and standard of living of the producers concerned.

Read them here ->  http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/DA/TXT/?uri=celex%3A12012E%2FTXT

You can read more about their views on CBD and cannabis at the Danish Medicines Agency. Questions and answers about medical cannabis: What is legal? -> https://laegemiddelstyrelsen.dk/da/special/medicinsk-cannabis/

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