FTC Writes to Companies About CBD Health Claims

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) sent letters on Tuesday to three companies that the federal agency said were making unsubstantiated health claims about CBD products.

In a press release about their action, the FTC reiterated that it was illegal for any company to issue adverts that its product could prevent, treat or even cure a disease if that company didn’t provide…

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