CBD oil is a product that has grown in popularity in the past few years. It is a non-psychoactive cannabis component, and sales in the United States are expected to exceed $20 billion in the next 5 years.
This product is largely emphasized for its health benefits, but both FDA and FTC issued warnings to producers, requesting them to advertise responsibly, without promising miraculous results.
The first information you must put on the labels are those for identifying the product. CBD oil can be considered herbal supplement, hemp extract supplement or dietary supplement. Do not emphasize CBD, because what you sell is a holistic hemp plant product, so call it as it is: a full-spectrum cannabinoid product.
Besides the identity statement, the label must include an accurate statement of the quantity, the ingredient list, a responsibility statement, as well as nutritional facts.
CBD oil producers must not put on the labels claims that the product they sell cures serious diseases, considering that any health claim must go through an elaborate approval process before being marketed. Each component of the marijuana packaging labels Colorado produces must have a correct format, otherwise the product will be qualified as misbranded and become subject to FDA enforcement action.