Mississippi issues warning on CBD products

Mississippi issues warning on CBD products

According to a report from a local TV station​​, in a news conference last week officials from the state’s Mississippi Department of Public Safety, Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics and the Mississippi Department of Health said that agencies stressed that with the lack of federal oversight and what they characterized as insufficient scientific backing it is


According to a report from a local TV station​, in a news conference last week officials from the state’s Mississippi Department of Public Safety, Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics and the Mississippi Department of Health said that agencies stressed that with the lack of federal oversight and what they characterized as insufficient scientific backing it is unsafe for consumers to use CBD products regardless of where and how they buy it.

“We have no idea what ingredients or amounts are in these products and without proper labeling, you do not know what you are consuming and that is dangerous,”​ Marshall Fisher, Commissioner of Public Safety, was quoted as saying in the local report.

“Testing of CBD products purchased around the state have shown that the overwhelming majority of CBD products are mislabeled. A large number of the products contain narcotics that are illegal under both state and federal law. The public safety and health concerns arising from the sale and use of these products are alarming,” ​said John Dowdy, Director of the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics.

Mississippi not alone in taking unilateral action

This is only the latest state-based enforcement initiative concerning the hemp/CBD realm since the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill.  That law has been widely seen as having removed almost all impediments to the development of the industry in those states that do not specifically prohibit the trade.  At the moment, only a handful of states still have hard prohibitions.

But some state regulators are still concerned about the federal regulatory conundrum. CBD is still not a valid dietary ingredient according to the US Food and Drug Administration based on its reading of the drug exclusionary clause in federal regulation that states if a substance has been investigated as a drug prior to its appearance in the food supply either as a food ingredient or as a dietary ingredient for use in supplements, a drug it must remain. 



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