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CBD Medical Journal Articles

Clinical Trial – Veterinarians CBD Knowledge

Us Veterinarians Knowledge, Experience, and Perceptions Regarding the Use of Cannabidiol for Canine Medical Conditions. Published Jan 2019 1 – 2130 participants completed an anonymous online survey. It was created in collaboration with VIN (Veterinary Information Network-an online veterinary community). To evaluate views regarding marijuana and CBD/hemp products. 2 – Any participant who was not …

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Update on Cannabis-derived and Cannabis-related Products

1. The Farm Bill also removed tetrahydrocannabinols included in ‘hemp’ from Schedule I under the CSA. It did not, however, change the FDA’s authority to regulate drugs and food under the federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FDCA) 2. The FDA has commented on CBD products marketed as dietary supplements stating that, “Some of the …

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Cannabis as Drug, Food, or Supplement in Veterinary Medicine

Among many other issues, the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (2018 Farm Bill)(1) addresses the production and marketing of “hemp.” We’ve been receiving many questions from individual veterinarians and state veterinary medical associations related to the Act’s cannabis provisions, so are providing the following summary as information. Please note that this is a rapidly evolving …

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Veterinarian Discussion of Cannabis Within the Veterinarian-Client-Patient Relationship

1) California Veterinarians- On September 27, 2018, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. signed into law Assembly Bill 2215 (Kalra, Chapter 819, Statutes of 2018). AB 2215 became effective January 1, 2019. This bill amends section 4883 of, and adds a section 4884 to, the BPC relating to veterinarians. The bill prohibits VMB from disciplining, or …

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The Hype and Hope of Veterinary Cannabis

Is there research supporting that use or underlying any of the claims made for the scores of cannabis and cannabinoid-based products marketed for pets? Does a practitioner who recommends such a product for a patient risk discipline from the state licensing board, the Food and Drug Administration, or the Drug Enforcement Administration? These were just …

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The Current State of Cannabis Research in Veterinary Medicine

1. All medical cannabis is derived from Cannabis sativa L. Legally speaking, cannabis plants that naturally produce greater than 0.3% tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) are considered to be “marijuana” and are federally illegal. 2. Medicinal hemp plants contain relatively large amounts of CBD, which, while legal, is regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). 3. …

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Hemp : Is it a supplement, drug, or plant? None of the above if you ask the FDA.

1. Many products (suggested by Veterinarians) are legal without FDA approval. Such products include animal supplements, medical feed, compounded drugs and associated products such as shampoo. 2. Vitamin, minerals, and plant-based supplements do not require FDA approval. The FDA only regulates drugs, not vitamins, minerals or supplements. 3. The Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act has …

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