Upper CBD intake levels ranging from 70 mg to 160 mg per day for dietary supplements are acceptable and do not harm the liver, says a new scientific review commissioned by Canopy Growth Corporation and Charlotte’s Web.
Over 85% of melatonin gummy products tested in a new analysis found that the supplements did not contain the levels of melatonin listed on the label, according to researchers at the University of Mississippi and the Cambridge Health Alliance. Industry...
An investigation into folic acid marketed for pregnant women and vitamin D shows huge inaccuracies in labelled contents with some only offering a fraction of the stated dose and others with levels more than 150% more than stated.
A recent review of astaxanthin found evidence to support the safety of dosages of 12 mg up to 24 mg a day. But that applies to only to natural astaxanthin, not to the synthetic forms, the authors said.