An edible oil called edible cBD oil could help farmers who use it to grow their crops, according to the US Department of Agriculture.
It’s the first edible oil to receive approval by the US Food and Drug Administration, the USDA said in a press release.
It was approved in 2016 for use in “edible oils, including edible cheddar and bacon,” according to USDA.
The agency said the product, which is derived from edible cacti, can reduce the amount of salt and oil in plants, which can help reduce the risks associated with the common cold.
“Eating edible cilantro and onion leaves is a simple way to keep the world’s population from being infected with COVID-19,” the USDA wrote in its press release, adding that cBDs are already used in food, cosmetics, and cosmetics.
“The benefits of edible cauldron oils are likely to extend beyond food production.
It could be used as an adjunct to conventional food, providing a safe, inexpensive source of dietary fiber to consumers who are struggling to get enough.”
In the US, edible cBDS are also used as a food additive in food and cosmetics, the FDA added.
The US Food Standards Board has approved cBD as an edible ingredient, but the FDA is still waiting for the US Drug Administration to issue its formal approval.
The FDA is expected to issue an final product label in the next two weeks, the agency said.
It said the agency is working with manufacturers to develop edible cBaS oil for food use.
“CBD has been a promising candidate for inclusion in food packaging because of its potential benefits for human health and the potential to help reduce COVID exposure,” the agency wrote.
“We are pleased that the FDA has approved edible cBABS as a novel food additive for human consumption.”
The FDA’s announcement comes as the US economy is in recession and people are looking for ways to get their money out of the system.
In 2016, the number of Americans with a job fell to a five-year low of 7.5 million, the lowest level since 2007.
The economy has also seen an increase in cases of coronavirus, which has led to an increase of the flu season, and other pandemic-related health problems, according the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The CDC is predicting an additional 16 million cases by the end of the year.