U.S. health authorities issued the first ever warning letter on delta-8 THC on Wednesday, saying that cannabis derived isomers are "psychoactive and toxic and may be harmful to consumers". Eight months before the warning letter was issued, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a vague consumer update expressing concerns about the health impact of delta-8 thc products. Despite the warning issued in September, the delta-8 thc product seems to have become more popular. The FDA pointed out that the delta-8 thc sprayed on candy, biscuits, beverages, Cereals, chocolate, chewing gum, concentrates and electronic cigarette bombs, as well as smoking marijuana, is "spreading". Within 15 working days after receiving the warning letter or deleting any illegal product. Companies that do not comply may face product seizure or even criminal charges.
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