CBD-infused food and beverages are still illegal under U.S. law. So why are they everywhere?


A CBD-infused water, Oki water, is set to hit major grocery stores in Colorado and California next week. The company has produced 360,000 bottles so far. (Marlena Sloss/The Washington Post)
Laura Reiley June 24 at 11:31 AM

In 2017, no one knew what CBD oil was. In 2018, folks stumbled saying “cannabidiol” (that’s CBD oil) out loud. In 2019, it’s everywhere, and everyone wants in on it.

In flavors like “cucumber mint refresh” and “watermelon renew,” a new line of CBD-infused waters and teas is hitting major grocery stores in California and Colorado on Monday, each 16-ounce bottle containing 20 milligrams, or trace

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