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CBD NewsFeatured

Last Friday, FDA Acting Chief Information Officer Amy Abernethy said that the agency is accelerating its rule-making process for CBD.

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CBD News

A promising new study on CBD and opioid addiction was published this week, giving hope to those struggling to break the cycle of addiction.

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CBD News

If you have tried everything — from sublingual drops to CBD-infused seltzer — and you haven’t found quite the right CBD product for you, don’t despair. Creative entrepreneurs are coming up with new CBD products all the time.

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CBD News

On Wednesday, FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb announced his resignation, citing the toll the job takes on family life. The resignation could be a setback for the CBD industry, which is eagerly awaiting clarification from the FDA on how CBD will be regulated in the future.

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CBD News

Twelve members of Congress sent a letter to the head of the FDA this week, asking for the agency to release updated guidance on CBD for food, drugs, and cosmetics. The lawmakers demanded a response by the end of the week, but as of this writing, the FDA has not

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CBD Life

Alcohol isn’t typically something we consume for health reasons. But while it may seem counterintuitive, a larger trend of making alcoholic drinks “healthier” means that it’s easy to find mixed drinks that incorporate nutrient-rich juices, probiotic kombucha, and even kale. It’s no surprise that bartenders around the country are adding

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CBD News

In several states across the country, authorities are targeting CBD-infused food and beverages. That’s because the FDA has not approved CBD as a food additive, putting CBD edibles on shaky legal ground. For example, in Maine the Department of Health and Human Services has ordered stores to stop carrying edible

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