The document ” FAQ- Industrial Hemp & Cannabidiol (CBD) in Food Products states very clearly
Therefore, although California currently allows the manufacturing and sales of cannabis products (including edibles), the use of industrial hemp as the source of CBD to be added to food products is prohibited. Until the FDA rules that industrial hemp-derived CBD oil and CBD products can be used as a food or California makes a determination that they are safe to use for human and animal consumption, CBD products are not an approved food, food ingredient, food additive, or dietary supplement.
The publication shall remain nameless this time but nothing in this headline or intro actually relates to the statement by the dept of health. Not until we read more does the truth of the matter appear.
And by the way it’s California’s “Borders” not California’s “Boarders”
CBD Products Banned by the California Department of Public Health
In 2018, California officially became a recreationally legal cannabis state. This means that adults over the age of 21 can legally consume and possess cannabis on private property, as well as, purchase it from a properly licensed dispensary without a medical card. This has raised questions in the state in regards to the recently popularized cannabinoid, CBD.
CBD derived products have recently gained momentum as a health supplement throughout the country. Whether its being sold in smoothies, water bottles, capsules, tinctures, or topical’s companies are continuing to manufacture and distribute products containing the non-psychoactive cannabinoid.
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