New Study Finds Wide Evidence Of Mislabeling For CBD Products

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Of the 89 products, 16 contained less CBD than advertised, 52 contained more CBD than advertised, and 21 were accurately labeled. Study Results Researchers purchased 105 CBD topical products, including lotions, creams, and patches, to begin the study. Of the 89 products, 16 (18%) contained less CBD than advertised, 52 (58%) contained more CBD than advertised, and 21 (24%) were accurately labeled,” stated the study. However, that has not been determined yet for topical CBD products. Photo by CRYSTALWEED cannabis via Unsplash Is The Labeling Of Cannabis Products Assertive?

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Only 89 of the 105 tested products listed the total amount of CBD in milligrams on the label. Of the 89 products, 16 contained less CBD than advertised, 52 contained more CBD than advertised, and 21 were accurately labeled.

By Joana Scopel

In a new study, Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers tested more than a hundred topical cannabidiol (CBD) products, that are available online and at retail stores and found “significant evidence...

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