CBD Coming as a Food Ingredient?

CBD Coming as a Food Ingredient?

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has just announced plans to reconsider current regulations prohibiting the use of CBD as a food ingredient.

CBD consumption in whatever form may or may not turn out to be 1 of the major lifestyle trends of Y 2019, but numerous health benefits have been claimed for it, and CBD oil and a wide range of items containing the substance are now sold in health food stores and elsewhere.

It is still technically banned for food use, as well as for dietary supplements and inclusion in body care products.

The FDA acknowledges that guidelines for the use of CBD are confusing, with some regulations seemingly approving its use while others prevent it.

As a result, FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb has announced that his agency will form an internal working group to set new guidelines for the use of CBD.

In case you do not already know, this is CBD oil.

There will also be a public hearing on 31 May at which input from stakeholders, which will presumably include representatives of the nation’s 10 largest legal marijuana companies will be solicited.

The day is already here where you can get CBD added to coffee and tea in some Organic coffee shops in California

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