CBD and the FDA


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Man, how crazy has the last couple of weeks been in the CBD industry? FDA issuing warnings to 15 different companies and a couple of huge brands that are also under a microscope. What does all this mean? Isn’t there a CBD product that is approved by the FDA? Doesn’t the FDA approve drugs that have terrible side-effects? These are just a few of the questions that are being raised by almost anyone with common sense. How can the government approve one CBD medication but not any of the others? How can they say one CBD is different than the other? CBD is CBD whether it comes from hemp or marijuana. CBD is a cannabinoid that develops naturally in cannabis plants. So what is the big deal? The big deal is that it is not approved by the FDA and that means that it is not supported by Big Pharma and not supported by the insurance companies. Does this mean that the powers that be do not want to see CBD sold and used in an OTC manner? Yes, that is exactly it. When Epidiolex is $32k for 100mg of CBD but you can come to any CBD shop and get an isolate CBD oil in 1000mg for $45 or a full spectrum CBD for $70, why would you spend one dollar on Edpidiolex? The FDA regulates what benefits them and their constituents. Shop local and make friends with your local CBD store. They have the cannabiniods that you are gonna need. CBG, CBD, CBN, THC, THCa, and THCv. There are many more but those are the most commonly heard at this moment. So support your local pioneers and say no to the FDA propaganda that keeps big pharma rich.

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