The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has issued warning letters to 3 firms that sell cannabidiol-infused ( CBD) oils, tinctures, capsules, gummies, and creams.

The FTC announced on Tuesday that they had sent the letters to warn the (unnamed) firms that it is illegal to promote that goods can avoid, treat, or remedy illness with out obtaining the appropriate supporting scientific proof.

According to an FTC press release, the firms had advertised that their goods have been in a position to treat or remedy critical ailments and other overall health situations, with one particular of them claiming that CBD operates like magic to relieve even the most agonizing discomfort far better than opioids.

FTC says that the company’s web site stated that CBD has been clinically confirmed to treat Alzheimer’s illness, fibromyalgia, several sclerosis, colitis, and cigarette addiction, saying that they had participated in thousands of hours of analysis with Harvard researchers.

One more company’s web site contained claims that CBD goods are confirmed to treat autism, anorexia, bipolar disorder, PTSD, schizophrenia, anxiousness, depression, cancer, several sclerosis, Alzheimer’s illness, Lou Gehrig’s Illness, epilepsy, Parkinson’s illness, traumatic brain injuries, stroke, diabetes, Crohn’s illness, psoriasis, several sclerosis, fibromyalgia, cancer, and AIDS.

A third company’s web site advertised its CBD gummies as getting quite efficient at treating the root trigger of most key degenerative ailments such as heart illness, arthritis, cancer, asthma, fibromyalgia, and a wide variety of autoimmune issues.

In the letters, the FTC urges all 3 firms to overview claims, such as client testimonials, about their goods to make confident that they are supported by dependable scientific proof.

The FTC warns that promoting CBD goods with unsubstantiated claims can outcome in legal action such as injunction and an order to return dollars to buyers.

The firms are to notify the FTC inside 15 days that they have taken action to address issues stated in the warning letters.

The FTC and the FDA sent related letters to 3 CBD firms in March.