A Quarter of Marijuana Extracts Sold Online Are Less Potent Than They Claim – Tonic

Read article - Quotes Alan Budney, professor of psychiatry, in an article about new research that suggests that people buying cannabidiol (CBD) products online may not  be getting what they pay for. "The effects of CBD are most certainly being exaggerated in the marketplace and on the internet," says Budney. "It may indeed have some therapeutic effects, but to date we have good data for only one condition. Moreover, we have no clue what the dosing amount or frequency should be for any of those conditions, so even if the labels were accurate the public is still being hoodwinked."