Cannabis Supplements’ Cancer Claims Spark FDA Warnings, Policy Point
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The level of agency concern about fraudulent claims made online for the products prompted warning letters from the compliance directors in the drug and food safety centers. FDA is “concerned at the proliferation of therapeutic claims being made about an increasing number” of hemp-based products.
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The agency published warnings to four firms marketing supplements containing CDB ingredients with claims to treat or cure cancer made in statements including testimonials on their websites for products varying from oils, capsules, tinctures and lotions to snacks including gummies and lollipops.