“CBD seems to be everywhere. It can be found in all kinds of everyday products, from lotions to supplements, as well as dog food. CBD, or cannabidiol, is found in cannabis plants. It doesn’t give the user a high, but it’s being marketed to relieve all kinds of ailments. The CBD products sold often indicate on the label how much of the chemical is contained inside. The products can list anywhere from a few milligrams to a few hundred.
Inside Edition wondered if customers are actually getting the amount of the chemical they’re paying for. To find out, we bought some products and sent them off to a lab for testing. We purchased CBD from all types of retailers, including upscale stores and products sold online. The results were surprising, as lab tests found three of the nine products we purchased contained less CBD than was advertised.”