To bolster its investigation into the recent EVALI outbreak, the administration is looking for unpublished reports or information on the specific chemicals, compounds, and ingredients of suspected vaping products.
Researchers at Texas A&M University have reportedly developed a “hemp scanner” that could be used by police forces to distinguish between hemp and cannabis, without damaging any of the cargo.
Oils, drinks, and treats containing cannabidiol (CBD) in the UK will be “taken off the shelves” by March 2021 if they haven’t gained regulatory approval.
The review, which sought to assess the potential market for cannabis-based health products that wouldn’t require physician oversight, returned strong industry interest from hemp and cannabis producers.
Memories aren’t always trustworthy, especially, it seems, when cannabis is involved.
Piloted by the state’s Bureau of Cannabis Control this January, the QR code initiative allows consumers to scan dispensary storefronts to verify if they’re licensed or not.
Rising in popularity in the 2010s, the three most commonly used cannabis concentrates are now dab wax, shatter, and THC oil. But how are they made?
The discovery comes at the tail end of the US’s recent vaping crisis, which both THC and VEA were heavily implicated in.