CBD is everywhere, products in their various forms promising relief from ailments that we all face. It seems like there’s a new company every day throwing their hats into the CBD race, and with good reason. Last year Bloomberg stated that as many as seven percent of Americans are using CBD products. Research estimates that the U.S. market for CBD could be worth almost $24 billion…
CBD has become one of the fastest-growing industries of 2019, and it makes sense. Many consumers, who are fed up with the multibillion-dollar pharmaceutical industry, are shifting to more natural and organic methods of coping with their everyday ailments. Many manufacturers
People are putting CBD on everything. From gummies and candies to decadent cakes, CBD has been added for a boost of its numerous benefits. CBD can also enhance the existing benefits of the food or beverage in which it is added.
The Center for Food Safety graded 40 CBD producers from around the country. Although the packaging for most CBD products claims to be “all-natural” or even organic, many companies may be making claims not yet confirmed.
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