Q&A: How to market CBD products without attracting FDA warnings

Q&A: How to market CBD products without attracting FDA warnings

What types of marketing or claims should CBD companies (or other companies that sell herbal products) avoid, so they don’t get a warning letter from the FDA?

Simply put, companies should avoid the use of the words COVID-19, coronavirus, Wuhan virus, and corresponding language. As a general rule, anything a drug is indicated for is most likely a claim (e.g. aspirin indicated for fever).

Hashtags are also claims. Using #coronavirus, for example, on an otherwise compliant marketing campaign can alert the FDA and give the appearance you are insinuating your product is useful for the coronavirus.

The recent warning letters cited companies not just for making claims, but also for insinuating them.

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