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CBD products are usually mislabeled, study finds

08 Nov CBD products are usually mislabeled, study finds

Most CBD products sold online don’t contain the promised amount of CBD, a potential red flag for regulators deciding whether to crack down on a product commonly used for medical reasons. A study published Tuesday in a leading medical publication, the Journal of the American Medical Association, showed that less than a third of CBD products bought by researchers were correctly labeled. The researchers bought 84 CBD products online and had them tested in Colorado labs. The findings:
  • About 43% contained more CBD than the label claimed.
  • About 26% contained less CBD than promised.
  • About 31%
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