Cleveland.com is reporting….that the company starting selling products without the relevant licenses and permissions…
The Ohio Department of Agriculture, which regulates hemp and CBD products in the state, has issued a public health warning for all Limitless CBD LLC products, saying they were made without a state license.
Although there have been no reports of illness involving Limitless’ cannabidiol, or CBD, products, the state regulators say they were produced without a license and outside of Ohio Department of Agriculture inspection, which is required under the year-old state law allowing for the cultivation of industrial hemp and CBD products.
The Department of Agriculture is encouraging anyone who has any Limitless products to discard them.
The company, which produces CBD oil in Avon and has sales offices in Cleveland, has made its products for sale on the internet, and for gas stations and convenience stores, and doesn’t have a storefront, said Will Norman, general counsel for Limitless CBD.
The company also purchases CBD products from other companies and sells them.
Norman called the incident a misunderstanding.
Norman said the company has begun the process of applying for a license from the Department of Agriculture to process hemp to CBD oil.
“We are very close to getting our license,” he said. “We have a beautiful facility. It’s safe, it’s clean. We will have our license soon.”
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