$2m For CBD Policy In FDA Budget, But No Directive On Setting Safe Level
Both Senate and House reports on FDA FY 2020 appropriation include requests for agency’s research, policy evaluation, market surveillance, issuance of an enforcement discretion policy and appropriate regulatory activities related to regulated products that contain hemp-derived CBD. House report, though, expresses stronger concern about exploding sales of potentially unsafe CBD supplements.
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Four major trade organizations applauded the introduction of HR 8179, which would remove statutory impediments to CBD’s lawful use in dietary supplements, subjecting CBD to the same requirements in place for any new dietary ingredient. The Natural Products Association, on the other hand, is calling the bill a misstep.
Appropriations subcommittee notes the funding in summary of its draft budget bill. Language on FDA’s development of CBD regulatory framework will be included in panel’s report to be released 24 hours before full committee’s markup.