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Industry Welcomes Australia’s OTC Drug Approach To Low-Dose CBD

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Australia's Therapetics Goods Administration finalizes its decision to regulate low-dose CBD as an OTC medicine, raising the maximum daily dose to 150mg. The move is welcomed by the country's self-care industry. 

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