Products containing phytocannabinoids have been flooding the market since the passage of the 2018 United States Farm Bill, which lifted the prohibition under the Federal Controlled Substances Act on possessing, using, buying, selling, or cultivating cannabis. This bill gave states the liberty to legalize cannabis species containing less than 0.3% of the psychoactive phytocannabinoid, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which previously drove all phytocannabinoids under the cloak of Schedule 1 drugs. Aside from THC, cannabidiol (CBD) from hemp (Cannabis sativa) is the most abundant and well-researched cannabinoid and does not possess psychoactive properties.1 Clinical studies show that CBD imparts multiple health advantages, with hemp falling within the legal limits of possessing no more than 0.3% THC.1 Therefore, the legalization of certain species of cannabis raised the curtain upon CBD and phytocannabinoids more broadly. The wide range of therapeutic potential associated with phytocannabinoids has piqued interest among both health care practitioners and consumers. Research to date has supported its potential as a beneficial therapy for chronic pain, anxiety, depression, psychosis, sch...