Maine Orders Stores to Stop Selling CBD Edibles
You could get them just about anywhere! Edibles, tinctures and capsules that have CBD in them. CBD is Cannabidiol and is one of the cannabinoids in Cannabis plants. It has become big in alternative health and is growing in popularity in more main stream health care.
Now The Maine Department of Health and Human Services says CBD is not a federally approved food additive. That means it has to be pulled from the store shelves.
BUT…CBD products that can be smoked, vaped, worn as a transdermal patch or applied as a lotion, and all medical marijuana patients can still buy oral CBDs from licensed caregivers or dispensaries.
All of this could have an impact on Maine growing hemp industry according to an article in the Portland Press Herald.