Tests Show CBD Levels In Some Supplements Don't Match Labeling
Seven of 10 CBD-containing supplement products tested in a lab did not contain the levels of CBD advertised on the label, says hemp, CBD and natural health product information publisher Remedy Reviews. Most products also were found to contain heavy metals.
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CHART: The agency sent out 15 warning letters on 25 November, citing companies in 10 states for selling unapproved and misbranded CBD drug products in the guise of dietary supplements and cosmetics.
Dietary supplement trade groups reacted on 26 November – in CRN’s case with umbrage – to the US Food and Drug Administration’s latest barrage of cannabidiol (CBD)-themed warning letters and accompanying update to consumers regarding CBD safety.