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CBD products could be off shelves within a year

CBD products could be taken off shelves

13.2.2020

CBD products could be taken off shelves

Pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers warned against using products containing the ingredient

marijuana plant which does not disrupt the central nervous system because it does not contain tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the other key compound in cannabis which causes users to get high. This means that products containing CBD do not lead to changes in mood and perception like marijuana in its complete form is known to do. Download the new Independent Premium app Sharing the full story, not just the headlines In the last couple of years the British high-street has seen a boom in the availability of CBD products; you can now buy everything from CBD skincare to CBD gummy sweets, CBD toothpaste, CBD shampoo and CBD hummus. But on Thursday, the FSA warned that pregnant women, mothers and people taking medication should not consume foods containing the ingredient. Read more My baby is due next month but my only birth plan is to go to the pub The FSA cautioned anyone who might eat such foods not to have more than 70mg a day. In a warning to CBD businesses, the regulator added that goods containing CBD could be taken off the shelves if they fail to provide consumers with more information about the safety and contents of their products by the end of March 2021. Emily Miles, chief executive of the FSA, said the warning has been issued because even though CBD products are “widely available on the high street” they are not properly authorised. “The CBD industry must provide more information about the safety and contents of these products to the regulator before 31 March 2021, or the products will be taken off the shelves,” Miles said. “Also today, we are advising that CBD could be risky for vulnerable groups, and suggesting an upper limit of 70mg a day for everyone else taking the product. Shape 24 pieces of life advice from celebrities Show all 24 Read more: The Independent

First ever advice issued on CBD products - with pregnant women told to avoid CBD is popular in the treatment of pain, muscle soreness or spasms, irritable bowel syndrome, depression, anxiety and insomnia. Is CBD safe? Can CBD treat conditions like pain, anxiety, insomnia and epilepsy? We investigate whether CBD is 'a miracle drug' or clever marketing. Watch here 👀 This is somthing that most responsible users already know This stuff does the job for lots of things..... But the drug company's can't make money off it so its all sudo science according to them

Cannabis goods ‘could be off the shelves in a year’Unapproved goods containing the cannabis extract will be pulled, says the Food Standards Agency . Considering the price it is clear retailers are suggesting a potency they don't possess. Farce Considering the benefits of CBD and the growing market this should have been sorted years ago and be available on the NHS .

First ever advice issued on CBD products - with pregnant women told to avoid CBD is popular in the treatment of pain, muscle soreness or spasms, irritable bowel syndrome, depression, anxiety and insomnia. Is CBD safe? Can CBD treat conditions like pain, anxiety, insomnia and epilepsy? We investigate whether CBD is 'a miracle drug' or clever marketing. Watch here 👀 This is somthing that most responsible users already know This stuff does the job for lots of things..... But the drug company's can't make money off it so its all sudo science according to them

'We're playing to the world': Galway's European capital of culture year kicks offGalway 2020 promises everything from Margaret Atwood to art with local asylum-seekers. Its organisers and artists talk about building bridges and creating a lasting legacy for Irish artists I saw MargaretAtwood in Galway 23 years ago for Cuirt!!! Wish I could go see her again (and talk to her this time; I was too scared to do that last time) 2:15 AM · 13 февр. 2020 г.

World's biggest mobile phone showcase is CANCELLED due to coronavirusGSM Association, which orchestrates the Mobile World Congress - a global gathering that takes place every year in Barcelona set to kick off on February 24 - is now calling the trade show 'impossible'. whatever i heard it was because the phones were just too damn big Want the latest CoronaVirus news? follow us now They were afraid of all the…ahem...exhibitors travelling from far and wide.

Boris Johnson's Brexit deal will cause price hikes and shortage of fresh fruit and vegetables, retail chiefs warn'This is going to hit us in January....customers are really going to see the problems on supermarket shelves' 'Hur hur hur projekt feer' will be wheeled out (again) The Kwitters do not care for any detail like this. No. They won. That is all that matters to their low IQ minds Of course retail chief says this; any business group has interest in keeping the status quo,as this means only having to pay 1 fee for lobbying big business, and only lobbying in Brussels. When we leave big business now has to pay to lobby in two locations! Surprise



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