KINGSLEY FIELD, Ore. – A local U.S. Air Force fighter wing is warning service members about cannabidiol, commonly known as CBD. In recent years, CBD has become increasingly common. It’s touted as a pain reliever and anxiety reducer, among many other things. However, the U.S. Air Force is ramping up its efforts to warn airmen that even though CBD may be legal, it could cause positive drug tests and is not permitted for service members. “Many of these products are now available in our local community and military members may not be aware,” said Col. Brad Orgeron, the 173rd Fighter Wing vice-commander.
The post Klamath Falls Air Force base warning service members about CBD appeared first on KOBI-TV NBC5 / KOTI-TV NBC2.