Speaking to Analytical Cannabis, Dr Jerry King detailed his new research project to catalogue and determine the crucial cannabis chemical data the industry has been missing.
While beverage businesses try to market marijuana as the new New Coke, there’s still one problem to address: that cannabis drink might have lost its cannabinoid kick.
Crop trimmings, discarded extraction chemicals, trashed testing samples, these are the pieces of debris the cannabis industry leaves behind. And if not properly disposed of, their chemical residues could pose serious environmental risks to nearby surroundings. So what can be done?
In this study, researchers from Israel’s Agricultural Research Organization measured how three different sterilization methods reduced fungal colonies in naturally infected commercial medical cannabis plants.
They have the equipment and the staff, so could cannabis labs become a new resource for the fight against Covid-19?
In the first of a new series, Rob Thomas explores what the cannabis industry can learn from the pharmaceutical industry when its comes to the regulation of heavy metals.
The Californian cannabis lab is currently preparing 2,000 tests per day using the method.
Cases of e-cigarette or vaping-associated lung injury (EVALI) were less common in states with access to legal recreational cannabis, a new study suggests.
Ahead of their upcoming webinar, Analytical Cannabis spoke to Scott Coates and Dr Holly Johnson about the AOAC's standard for cannabis analysis.