Indeed, it's being reported that the fast food restaurant chain is releasing the special CBD-infused burger in just three days' time - which just so happens to be 4/20.
The "secret" incredient is a CBD-infused Santa Fe Sauce that comes along with two beef patties, pickled jalapenos, pepper jack cheese and fries. Appropriately priced at $4.20, the burger will be available exclusively at Carl's Jr.at 4050 Colorado Boulevard in Denver on April 20 beginning at 6 a.m.
The FDA still bans the use of CBD in food and beverages, but previous year then-Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper passed a law saying that hemp should be treated the same as any food ingredient, and in December, President Donald trump signed a federal farm bill that reclassified hemp as an agricultural product rather than a controlled substance, The Denver Post reported.
There is also a lack of agreement about dosage, particularly when CBD is added to food. Compared to its close cousin marijuana, hemp contains less THC, the psychoactive chemical in cannabis. "They are more open to different flavors of products", as well as benefits trendy ingredients may offer. The agency will hold its first public hearing next month to decide how it will regulate CBD.Читайте также: The Queen is reportedly training Kate Middleton to become queen consort
Are you interested in trying a CBD-infused burger?
Given how much publicity the burger is getting, there's a good chance that demand on Saturday will be ... high.
Denver was chosen because recreational marijuana is legal in Colorado.
Carl's Jr. might be willing to take the plunge because unlike McDonald's, Wendy's or many of its other rivals, the chain is not publicly traded.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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