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3. Has FDA approved any medical products containing cannabis or cannabis-derived compounds such as CBD?
Information from adverse event reports regarding cannabis use is extremely limited; the FDA primarily receives adverse event reports for approved products. General information on the potential adverse effects of using cannabis and its constituents can come from clinical trials that have been published, as well as from spontaneously reported adverse events sent to the FDA. Additional information about the safety and effectiveness of cannabis and its constituents is needed. Clinical trials of cannabis conducted under an IND application could collect this important information as a part of the drug development process.
Below are a number of frequently asked questions and answers on this topic.
Pesticides and pesticide use are regulated by NDA’s Pesticide Program. Information regarding pesticides can be found on NDA’s website at nda.nebraska.gov/pesticide. Pesticide applicators are responsible for ensuring hemp is an approved site for any product applied to hemp and following all requirements listed on the label.
Yes, the law requires applicants to demonstrate that they have not been convicted of a drug-related felony within the last ten years. Therefore, the FBI Identity History Summary Check must be completed within sixty days of application submission to cover the preceding ten years.
No. The Nebraska Department of Agriculture does not regulate finished hemp products.
If the buildings are located within the same legal description, they can be registered as one site. However, each building would need to be identified with its own Location ID and GPS coordinates. See the Cultivator and Processor-Handler Application Guidance documents for more information.
No. All hemp licenses will expire December 31 in the year they were issued. Licenses do not automatically renew. You will need to reapply for a hemp license annually by submitting a new application and the applicable fees. A new application is required annually even if your information and registered land area stays the same.