When it comes to CBD, products aren’t always what they want you to see them to be | Green Zone | Spokane | The Pacific Northwest InlanderPosted by On

click to enlarge Accuracy on the label isn't a strong suit of CBD products. - KIMBERLY BOYLES/ADOBE STOCK PHOTO

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Accuracy on the label isn’t a strong suit of CBD products.

A study published this month in the Journal of Cannabis Research sheds some light on a part of the cannabis industry that has operated simultaneously in the mainstream and the shadows.

Cannabidiol, or CBD, has exploded on the market in recent years, and not just in dispensaries or head shops. CBD began appearing on grocery store shelves, coffee shop menus and in products meant for pets. The sudden ubiquity of CBD products gave them a semblance of legitimacy. While many are legit, the fact remains that CBD’s presence in the marketplace is the result of a gray area in federal regulation, and gray areas are often populated by those seeking to work…

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