Jini Curry, cannabis laboratory director at Modern Canna Labs, explains how her team recently investigated total yeast and mold counts, and why the method may have several pitfalls that may be leading labs to unintentionally report inaccurate results.
In this exclusive Analytical Cannabis article, Dr. Karen Litwa and Dr. Ken Soderstrom of East Carolina University’s Brody School of Medicine explain why cannabis can both help people living with autism and also contribute to the development of the condition during pregnancy.
Kimberly Ross, the chief scientific officer at Peak Compliance, explores the future of cannabis testing in the US, should federal legalization take effect.
In the fourth and final part of their new series, Rob Thomas and Tony Destefano explore potential elemental sources in the production, packaging, and delivery of cannabis consumer products.
How does psilocybin act on the brain to relieve depression? Clare Tweedy, a teaching fellow at the University of Leeds, explains all in this feature, courtesy of the Conversation.
In the third part of their new series, Rob Thomas and Tony Destefano examine the critically important step of extracting cannabinoids from the biomass, the flower, and other parts of the cannabis plant.
Supercritical carbon dioxide extraction has become one of the most favored extraction methods within the cannabis industry. But how does it work? Sabrina Didado, founder and CEO of Cosmic Harvest Hemp, explained all in her recent Analytical Cannabis presentation.
Proper data management can help cannabis labs increase their innovation, compliance, and product quality. How, exactly? PerkinElmer's Toby Astill explains all.
In the second part of a new series, Rob Thomas and Tony Destefano discuss whether a risk assessment strategy could help industry members to better understand all the potential sources of elemental contaminants along the cannabis supply chain.