A federal customer protection agency has identified 4 CBD makers it flagged for unfair and deceptive marketing.

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced warning letters were sent final month to 4 providers promoting hemp-derived CBD merchandise.

At the time, the agency did not name the providers. A public records request posted this week produced these warnings public.

The providers have been:

  • 4Bush Holdings, owner of magicgreenoildrops.com and firstclassherbalistcbd.com
  • NuLife CBD Oils
  • Ocanna
  • Relievus

The providers have been warned to take away well being claims from their sites and advertising components, which includes buyer testimonials. The companies’ responses have been not produced public.

Like the U.S. Meals and Drug Administration (FDA), the FTC can fine providers that make unproven healthcare claims, even though enforcement actions beyond warning letters are uncommon.

Incorporated in the newly released CBD warnings was a notice that a CBD manufacturer that contains a nutrition truth panel on a tincture “suggests that it is a food” and not a dietary supplement, violating an FDA rule that “prohibits the introduction into interstate commerce of any meals to which CBD has been added.”

To study the complete FTC warnings, click right here.

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