Sweet Reason Beverage Co.'s marketing of the CBD content is so low-key as to make the chemical feel almost incidental.
The hemp boom has failed to materialize, and regulatory uncertainty is to blame.
Charlotte Figi, Who Showed Americans the Value of Medical Marijuana, Dies of COVID-19 Complications at Age 13
A strain of CBD oil used to treat children with a rare epileptic disorder is named after her.
Oren Levy nearly lost six years of hard work to the NYPD and muddled state law.
Targeting CBD companies that make spurious health claims is one thing. Going after culinary experimentation is ridiculous.
Cannabidiol products are legal for sale and consumption, but adding it to other things is somehow forbidden.
The sale of cannabidiol-infused food and drink is still against the law, even as entrepreneurs flout those restrictions across the country.
She uses it for her arthritis.
Spoiler alert: He's still a rowdy boy.
The burger chain plans to flout FDA regulations with special 4/20 offering
States do not necessarily distinguish between hemp and marijuana, and the FDA looks askance at medical claims.
The rapid social and commercial acceptance of marijuana and marijuana-related products continues. Government still lags behind.
After cracking down on sugar, salt, and trans fats, the agency's turn against CBD is hardly unexpected.
The first wrinkle in the era of legal hemp comes into focus: Police officers do not appear capable of distinguishing hemp from marijuana.
Cannabidiol is caught between two worlds.
Buying and consuming CBD is legal in California, but selling food or drinks infused with CBD isn't.
Regulatory uncertainty is scaring some companies away from CBD products and forcing others to operate in a legal grey area.
...if regulators don't get in the way first.