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The Short Answer to The Top 7 Questions About CBD

Deciding whether or not to use CBD oil and which product is right for you can be a complicated process. There’s a lot of information available online about CBD, and not all of it is correct.

For starters, there are currently no rules for what can be called CBD oil. A company can put a few drops of CBD in a bucket of oil and market it as CBD oil, so you need to do your homework to find a reputable brand.


What Is Cannabidiolic Acid, or CBDA? How Is It Different Than CBD?

In the you-learn-something-new-every-day department, although hemp and CBD oil are becoming much more mainstream as a result of the recent changes in federal laws, most people aren’t aware the fact that hemp does not naturally produce cannabidiol, aka CBD.

Wait. What? Nearly every mainstream news media outlet says that CBD comes from hemp. How can they all be wrong?


What is the Food and Drug Administration’s position on CBD?

According to an internal government letter released earlier this year, the FDA suggested that CBD does not meet the criteria for federal control.

The FDA weighs eight factors when deciding on scheduling recommendations. After considering those eight factors as they relate to CBD, the agency concluded that “CBD does not meet the criteria for placement in any of Schedules II, III, IV, or V under the CSA.”

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