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Cannabis company donates $3 million to boost research at Johns Hopkins

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The study of 105 topical CBD products determined that 18 per cent of the products contained more CBD than advertised, 58 per cent contained less and 24 per cent were accurately labelled.

Researchers also found that 35 per cent of the products tested contained THC, though in amounts that were less than 0.3 per cent, the legal limit for hemp.

“These findings suggest that improved regulatory oversight of cannabis and hemp products is needed to ensure quality assurance, deter misleading health claims, and potentially prevent unwanted drug effects among consumers,” researchers noted.

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