A. No. There are no other FDA-approved drug products that contain CBD.
Why won’t the FDA approve CBD?
But the agency has repeatedly said it can’t set any regulations for over-the-counter hemp products because it doesn’t have enough data to say they’re safe. The FDA also says that because CBD is an active ingredient in a prescription drug, Epidiolex, it can’t regulate nonpharmaceutical CBD.
What is the FDA’s position on CBD?
Technically all products containing CBD, or cannabidiol, are illegal under FDA’s rules — regardless of whether they’re a dietary supplement sold at the Vitamin Shoppe or a CBD seltzer from Whole Foods.
Which state sells the most CBD?
California was the leading market for CBD (cannabidiol) in the United States in 2019 with estimated sales of 730 million U.S. dollars. Rounding out the top three were Florida and New York with about 290 million and 215 million in sales respectively.