On Thursday, a group of scientists recommended to Canada's top health regulator that CBD is "safe and tolerable" in healthy adults and should be available without a prescription. Three years ago, Health Canada appointed a team of experts for the first time to consider whether CBD should be sold by mainstream retailers and not be limited to adult-use cannabis stores or doctor's recommendations. The experts, a nine-member panel formally known as the Scientific Advisory Committee on Health Products Containing Cannabis, concluded that CBD "is safe and tolerable for short-term use (up to 30 days) at doses ranging from 20 mg per day to a maximum dose of 200 mg/day." The proposal could open up a huge new market for CBD.
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