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Australia Continues Down OTC Path For CBD, But Will It Widen Access?

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[Link Fixed] Australia's Ministry of Health has provisionally switched CBD from prescription-only to OTC status to widen access in the absence of any safety concerns and to encourage companies to undertake much-needed clinical trials to prove efficacy for CBD in low doses. However, switch expert Natalie Gauld thinks these expensive trials, and therefore approved Australian OTC CBD products, may not be forthcoming.

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