Failed NDI Notifications Suggest Futility Of Current US Position On Cannabinoids In Supplements
FDA's evaluation of NDI notifications for cannabinoids currently is pointless, say industry stakeholders asking for a rule exempting hemp-derived cannabinoids from the agency’s prohibition against using in dietary supplements any ingredient studied or approved for use as a drug.
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