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CBD Content Not What Is Advertised

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According to the web site NORML, a company that works to reform Marijuana Laws, there is a lot of CBD sellers who aren't selling what they claim.  Here is what NORML had to report:

Report: CBD Content In Commercial Products Typically Less Than Advertised

Thursday, 25 April 2019

Van Nuys, CA: Third-party lab testing of a variety of commercially available CBD products finds that many contain only trace quantities of cannabidiol, according to an analysis first reported by BusinessInsider.com.

Representatives from CannaSafe Laboratories, a California-based analytical testing company, assessed 20 CBD-infused products, including vape cartridges, beverages, edibles, and skin creams. Only three of the 20 products contained levels of CBD matching the percentages advertised on their label.

Authors of the report also identified the presence of ethylene oxide and other potentially harmful solvents in some products.

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