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You could soon buy CBD oil at Kentucky Kroger stores, according to the Cincinnati-based grocery giant.Â
Kroger joins national retailers across the country such asÂ CVS andÂ Walgreens in selling CBD topical products. CBD oil will be sold in Louisville-area stores in Kentucky and Indiana, according to a spokesperson.Â
The Louisville divisionÂ â€“Â which covers parts of Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois â€“will begin selling a “curated selection” of topical hemp-derived CBD products in select stores and online in the coming weeks, a spokesperson said.
“We will not be selling ingestible at this time,”Â Louisville division’s spokeswomanÂ Erin Grant said.Â “We are offering our customers a highly-curated selection of topical products like lotions, oils, balms and creams that are infused with hemp-derived CBD.”
The Enquirer has also reached out to the Cincinnati division for comment and timing.
“CBD is a naturally-occurring and non-intoxicating compound that has promising benefits and is permitted within federal and state regulations. Our limited selection of hemp-derived CBD topical products is from suppliers that have been reviewed for quality and safety,” a statement from Kroger said.Â
Rachel Hurst, corporate affairs manager for the Kroger Michigan division told the Detriot Free Press the chain will begin selling cannabidiol-infused products at stores in several states.Â
Kroger’s offerings have no THC content, Hurst told the Detroit News, and have been reviewed for quality and safety. Prices will range from $3.99 to $59.99 in Michigan. Brand names were not immediately available.Â
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CBD, also known as cannabidiol, is derived from cannabis (Cannabis sativa L.) and its components.
The Food and Drug Administration saidÂ CBD-infused products run the gamut of human drugs, dietary supplements, conventional foods, animal foods and drugs, and cosmetics.
USA TODAY reported that CBD often comes from a cannabis plant known as hemp, which is defined by the U.S. government as having less than 0.3% THC, the compound thatÂ causes marijuana’s mind-altering effect. CBD doesn’t cause that high, but fans of the products claim benefits including relief for pain and anxiety.
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