A recent article posted by Hemp Industry Daily discussed the need for more research before the U.S. Food and Drug Administration will allow CBD treatments in foods and dietary supplements. According to the article, a leader of the FDA’s new cannabinoid work group, Lowell Schiller, in talking to the National Industrial Hemp Council, warned CBD producers in attendance that the FDA plans to treat hemp extracts like any other new ingredient going into foods or drugs. “We don’t hold a grudge against (cannabinoids), but we also don’t hold them to a lower standard of safety or absolve them of other requirements,” Schiller said to the gathering in Portland, Oregon. “Consumers have a right to expect the same level of FDA protection with respect to hemp and derivatives like CBD as they would expect with respect to any other substance.”
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