t’s virtually everywhere you turn in the United States

s now: In beer, ice cream, tea, coffee, body oils, shampoos, gummy bears, the hamburgers of a national fast-food chain, even doggy treats.

CBD-infused products can be bought on the internet, at gas stations, convenience stores, drugstore chains and retail stores.

Many of the products are vague about what exactly CBD is supposed to do, and the US Food and Drug Administration pro

hibits unproven health claims. Yet that doesn’t stop promises from proliferating on the internet, where arti

cles and testimonials suggest that CBD can effectively treat an array of ailments.

The deluge of CBD-infused products started after US President Donald Trump signed the Farm Bill into law in Dece

mber that legalized the production of hemp, which had been classified as a controlled substance on par with heroin. He

mp contains high levels of CBD, which is termed non-psychoactive, meaning it won’t produce a high feeling.

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