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Oregon Regulators Ban THC & CBD From Beer

Oregon Regulators Ban THC & CBD From Beer

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission, the state’s cannabis regulation agency, has banned CBD and THC from alcoholic drinks effective January 1, the New York Daily News reports. Commission spokesman Mark Pettinger said that while people are using CBD for wellness, there is “little scientific evidence” about how the compound interacts with other substances including alcohol.

“We’ve wanted to address the issue of CBD getting into alcohol and because there are a lot of unknown unknowns about the effect of taking CBDs,” Pettinger said in the report, adding that the agency could reverse the decision once the federal government published guidelines for CBD in the wake of last year’s legalization of hemp.

Oregon Regulators Ban THC & CBD From Beer






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