While many following the rise of the cannabis industry in the United States have seen CBD-infused food and drink products hitting the market, what many may not know is that CBD-infused products remain illegal at the federal level. CBD, short for cannabidiol, is a compound in cannabis which has recognized medical value, but does not produce the high or euphoria created by the more commonly known cannabis compound THC. Congress legalized CBD derived from hemp in December of 2018.
Last summer, the FDA approved Epidiolex, the very first CBD medication cleared for patient use in the ...
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