A one-off exemption to the Exclusionary Rule doesn’t help any of the other cannabinoids. A more elegant solution would be to have declared hemp flower products as food ingredients existing before DSHEA.
With 150 cannabinoids, are they including only CBD so that lobbyists can work it another 149 times? The issue of cannabinoid ingestion has to be addressed at some point. FDA’s hands-off approach to intRAstate medible products, plus hands-off approach to undisclosed THC in hempseed oil and now CBD in foods and drinks plus the dietary supplement issue got us in this mess. FDA is angling for more money and people, new laws. It doesn’t really need any of it, but the lie of Schedule 1 looms large. How do they do it without saying there’s no medical value? 50 years of lies have come home to roost.
WASHINGTON (January 13, 2020) – Rep. Collin Peterson, Chair of the House Agriculture Committee, introduced legislation today that would provide the Food and Drug Administration with the flexibility to allow hemp-derived cannabidiol (CBD) to be marketed in dietary supplements. The bill would also req…
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