FDA CBD Regulations Don’t Jive with FDA’s Disposition on Herbal Supplements

FDA finds herbal supplements not worth regarding, but hemp is bad, bad, bad!

When it comes to FDA CBD restrictions, they just don’t line up with FDA’s established disposition on herbal supplements.  Officially, the FDA imposes no restrictions – neither on cultivation of herbs nor distribution of herbal supplements.

If we’re speaking about the constitution:  “Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness…”  NONE of the amendments state botanicals (AKA: Mother Earth) are illegal.  How did dirt and plants become unconstitutional?  If the FDA and DEA’s mission is to uphold the constitution, I think they’ve failed.  To be perfectly honest, though, I don’t believe that was ever their mission.

To the FDA CBD must be pose a threat to their agenda of spreading mass sickness.

In several of our posts, we’ve outlined the organic properties of hemp and cannabis, in general.  Not only that, we’ve taken a scientific and objective look at CBD and other cannabinoids botanists continue to locate in hemp.

Let’s set aside the fact that THC is psychoactive.  As a matter of fact, let’s not.  Let’s put that forefront in focus.  THC is present in marijuana – a species of cannabis.  Federal regulations are in place to ensure ‘safety’ from the psycho-effective effects of THC.  We all know that’s propaganda, but whatever…Let’s also accept that as fact.

Hemp does not contain any considerable amount of THC.  Hemp has no psychoactive properties.  Scientists have done nothing if not prove time and time again that hemp cannabinoids and terpenes are the most effective herbal supplement our bodies could possibly receive.  How, then, are unfair FDA CBD regulations imposed onto the cultivation of hemp and the distribution of hemp seed and hemp CBD products?

How Did FDA CBD and hemp restrictions come about despite the separation between FDA and herbal supplements?

Not to harp on conspiracy theories, but it’s kind of easy to see what’s happening with the distribution of wealth.  In another post, we’re going to take a look at some of the FDA approved drugs that do contain CBD.  Beyond that, though, we’re going to look at the other poisons that Big Pharma introduced.  In effect, they just took CBD and mixed it into a bunch of pharmaceutical synthetics with a list of side effects the FDA was sure to appreciate.

Also, we’re going to take a look at the history of hemp and marijuana and find out exactly who exactly gained primary benefit from the decision to ban it as a means of both physical wellness and recreational relaxation by imposing unfair FDA CBD regulations.

For now, we’ll suffice to say that the FDA has no actual authority to govern the cultivation of hemp.  Furthermore, it has no authority to regulate the manner in which suppliers manufacture or distribute hemp CBD products.  Even when it comes to dietary supplements, the FDA freely admits that they can impose little regulation on the actual contents.  They make it clear that they ‘do their best’ to ensure that dietary herbal supplement ingredients are listed properly. Beyond attempted FDA herbal dietary supplement labeling regulations imposition of , however, the US Food and Drug Administration simply does not oversee herbal cultivation, manufacturing, or distributing.

Hempower to the Poeple!

Finally, though, we, the People are standing up.  As a matter of fact the National Hemp Association has brought legal action against the FDA on more than one occasion.  There is still a large uphill battle to fight in our divine right to consume cannabis in all its forms, but the veil of lies surrounding FDA CBD regulations is quickly being exposed.

There’s much more to come on the hypocrisy and arbitrary nature of FDA CBD restrictions and scheduling.  To stay up on the latest, make sure to register for notifications of our newly published CBD blogs.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *