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CBD On OTC Industry Radar As Regulatory Questions Cloud Runway

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With US market of hemp- and CBD-containing supplements and food booming, likelihood is growing products made with ingredients will gain approval in the country to be marketed with consumer health indications, said consumer health business executives during a panel discussion at CHPA conference. Legalization of marijuana sales and use by some states and other countries also will influence future of CBD use in US consumer health products, they say.

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