‘Time Is Now’ For FDA Rule On Lawful CBD Use In Supplements, CRN Says In Citizen Petition
The trade group’s petition is second on a regulation for CBD’s use in non-drug products submitted to FDA and largely tracks with CHPA’s November 2019 petition. Comments continue to reach the FDA after in March it reopened its docket about establishing a CBD regulation, but with little data the agency says is needed for its decision.
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