US Food and Drug Administration is now warning CBD or Hemp oil manufacturers that they were selling products online that agency officials said “made unproven anticancer claims and contained a component of the marijuana plant.”
What are some of those “unproven” claims?
- CBD can “combat tumor and cancer cells”
- CBD can make cancer cells “commit suicide” without killing other cells
- CBD can “inhibit cell division and growth in certain types of cancer”
- CBD can serve as an “alternative or additional treatments for patients with Alzheimer disease or other serious illnesses”
What does the research actually say that CBD, Hemp, or Cannabis can actually do in regards to these claims?
Also, find out that the FDA allows for drug companies to make claims and sell cancer drugs without studies proving safety or effectiveness!
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