Digital Citizens Study Finds Many CBD Products Are Placebos And Most Are Inaccurately Labeled
Digital Citizens Alliance found an average 30% discrepancy between labeled and actual CBD amounts in nearly 60 products. The group says more than half the products tested contained CBD levels 20% higher or lower than labeled, which is particularly problematic since nearly half US consumers use the products as alternatives to Rx drugs.
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