FDA's CBD Puzzle: 'Criminals' Continue Or Prohibition Ends And Research Grows
Agency seeks comment, at May 31 public hearing and docket open through July 2, on health and safety risks, manufacturing and product quality and marketing/labeling/sales around allowing cannabis-derived ingredients non-drug products. It wants input from across sectors of stakeholders, including opponents as well as proponents of allowing cannabis-derived ingredients in any category of regulated products other than drugs.
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US Wellness Market In 2019: Farm Bill Made Cultivating Cannabidiol Policy FDA's Main Course In Supplements
As HBW Insight looks back on notable US wellness market developments and events for the previous 12 months, we find that news in the CBD space from the FDA and the industry dominated the sector throughout 2019.
FDA Road To Decision On Expanding CBD Uses Starts With Weighing Impact On Existing And Future Use As Drug
At public hearing, FDA officials starting with acting Commissioner Sharpless emphasized CBD is approved only as a drug and deciding on allowing its use in any other type of FDA-regulated product will be done with potential impact on drug development foremost in agency's thinking. Also apparent from questions 12-member panel of FDA officials asked was a potential regulatory pathway for clearing hemp and CBD as dietary ingredients will require resolving concerns about the substances' dose or concentration levels and establishing ingredient identity standards.