Some examples of the company’s claims included the following:
Any parent who has tried in vain to soothe a child suffering from a painful ear infection or comfort a teething baby knows that feeling of desperation when you may be willing to try just about anything to get the crying to stop. Both yours and the child’s…
It is just this issue that appears to have caught the attention of the FDA and FTC as the target for their most recent CBD enforcement. Similar to the three CBD companies previously targeted, Rooted Apothecary made allegedly unsubstantiated claims that its products could prevent, diagnose, treat, or cure serious diseases. Particularly concerning this time, however, was the fact that some of the claims targeted use on infants and children.
Once again, CBD marketers should take a lesson from the rules that apply to conventional products, and not just as to claim substantiation. Product claims that target vulnerable populations, such as infants, children, or the elderly, are likely to receive greater scrutiny regardless of the product type. These populations (along with sleep-deprived parents of young children) may be more susceptible to believing outrageous claims and less likely or able to articulate it if a product is not working or is potentially causing harm. And that – more than the ear infection – is reason for concern.
Op I certainly wouldn’t give anything like that to a baby or child unless absolutely medically necessary ie for siezres or something
Sounds like a phenomenally bad idea. Who advised you to do it?
Hi can I ask if it makes you drowsy? , I have lupus and chrons and lately the pain is getting unbearable but I don’t want to take anything that will effect my ability to look after lo?
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But, it’s also the parents’ task to make sure that what they’re giving their kids are safe.
Some parents believe that CBD has great effects on their children suffering from different illnesses and even autism.
Some adults don’t like the taste and feel of CBD oil in their mouths. Some babies may not accept CBD into their mouths.
How to Give CBD Oil to a Teething Baby
It may be safe to say that CBD products like CBD oil are safe for kids as long as it doesn’t contain THC and comes from hemp.
CBD oil from hemp is legal in all 50 US states and in some countries. However, CBD oil from marijuana plants isn’t completely legal.
Babies and toddlers may also experience discomfort and illnesses like adults.
You may not be a stranger to the wonders of CBD oil. It has many beneficial effects on the body and may also be used as a treatment for mild to severe illnesses.