Google Relaxes Rules on CBD Advertising
Did Google finally chill out about CBD? Yes, a little. It's a long-overdue change in the company's policy.
Google Ads now allow the promotion of products containing CBD with low THC levels in California, Colorado, and Puerto Rico.
In a blog post published in December, Google Ads announced that it would update its policies to relax the ban on CBD advertising only in Colorado, California, and Puerto Rico starting from January 20, 2023.
From the post, "On January 20, 2023, the Dangerous Products and Services and Healthcare and Medicines Google Ads policies will be updated to allow for the promotion of FDA-approved pharmaceuticals containing cannabidiol (CBD) and topical, hemp-derived CBD products with a THC content of 0.3% or less in California, Colorado, and Puerto Rico," the Google blog-post reads.
We're pleased to see the relaxation of CBD advertising rules in specific states, and look forward to future opportunities to advertise in relevant markets.
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Forbes was one of the first to report the long-awaiting news.