By Emily Field (March 1, 2019, 5:20 PM EST) -- As state and municipal health departments are cracking down on sales of food and beverages containing nonpsychoactive cannabidiol, or CBD, lawmakers are looking to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to see how it intends, if at all, to legalize CBD foods.
CBD, which proponents claim can be useful for stress and anxiety or as a topical pain treatment, has been popping up recently in a wide range of food products, from infused sodas to gummies to even peanut butter and cooking oil. Last year, sales of hemp-derived CBD products — which also include nonedible products like body oils and lip...
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