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Submit your comments, educational materials, actual results to the FDA!


Attention marijuana and hemp cultivators, researchers, scientists, manufacturers, subject matter experts, innovators! It’s your time to submit your education material, your research synopsis, your comments to the FDA.

Submit your request to make an oral presentation or comment at the public hearing held by the Commissioner of Food and Drugs. Electronic or written comments will be accepted until July 2, 2019. Confidential submissions will be accepted.

Submit comment via eRulemaking Portal @

Written Submission at Dockets Management Staff (HFA-305), Food and Drug Administration, 5630 Fishers Lane, Rm. 1061, Rockville, MD 20852.

Purpose: To address the safety considerations in cannabis and cannabis-derived products; the safety to consumers of exposure from broader consumption of such ingredients.

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Great announcement, @cannabizopps! Thanks for the FDA link!

Hey GNet @memberdirectory, here’s an opportunity for your company’s voice to be heard. Don’t miss out! Collaboration produces better decisions! Click on the link in Sandra’s post to submit your content and comments to the FDA. :bluntparrot:

~ :green_heart: Kareenabis~


This is an interesting opportunity.

After all these years of being scorned by the feds, we cannabis folks are finally being asked to provide input to help the government. I wonder how much trust has been eroded after years of continued backlash from the federal government against cannabis businesses? Will people actually provide input on this issue? Let’s chat about this.

@cannabizopps, thanks for posting this. Is there any indication how many people are submitting the info elicited by the FDA?

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@Growernick I will find out. By law they need to provide that information.

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… I belonged to a jeep club in Arizona. The U.S. Forest Service decided to develop a trail management system. They came to us and told us they would be closing all unmapped trails. So, if we wanted to keep out trails open, they needed us to tell them about them so they could map them and keep them open. Many of these trails were old wagon trails going back to territorial days. So, we mapped them and told them where they were. When they came out with their trail management system we found that they closed all of our trails and had blocked them.