Uruguay clears animal CBD line

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Uruguay’s Ministry of Agriculture and Animal Feed has approved “anbidiol,” a line of CBD animal health products from Australia’s Creso Pharma Limited and commercial partner Adler Laboratories. Creso claims the product is the first approved CBD hemp-based complementary feed for pets in Latin America. Creso said it received its first purchase order for anibidiol, to be fulfilled by Adler, via its representative Medara in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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