A YouGov poll commissioned by The Association for the Cannabinoid Industry (the ACI) overwhelmingly concludes that the British public are in favour of stricter regulations to be applied to the CBD industry by the Food Standards Agency (FSA). In the UK the CBD laws have been updated and the EU awaits the novel foods act. The USA remains fragmented and needs the states to work together before the public will support the CBD mainstream industry.
The FSA has reviewed clinical research data on CBD products and stated that although there is no evidence for adverse health effects from the consumption of CBD, the industry needs to be more tightly regulated.
The response comes in reply to findings that some of the best CBD products on sale in the UK have lower than the advertised amount of CBD in them, and some with none at all.
A deadline has been set by the FSA for the 31st March 2021 for CBD producers to comply with new regulations which have been set regarding the information they provide about their CBD products and contents including cbd flower strains.
An overwhelming 74% of respondents to the survey supported the decision by the FSA, who have also declared that healthy people shouldn't take more than 70 mg of CBD per day. For a accurate guide to cbd dosage check the extract guide.
Dr Andy Yates, The ACI Pharmacy Lead stated in response that, “This new poll demonstrates that the public have a clear view regarding regulation of CBD; they want more of it and the FSA can be assured that they have overwhelming support for the new measures they have introduced.”