A highly sensitive method for the quantitation of 11 major cannabinoids from cannabis samples has been outlined by researchers at the University of Mississippi.
Grouping strains by chemotyping may prove useful in ascertaining how strains are related, and the kind of medical benefits you can expect to see with strains from a given chemotype class.
In 2016, Maine voters approved Question 1, the Marijuana Legalization Act, which made cannabis legal to possess and use. Retailers, according to the act, needed to wait to sell cannabis-based products, and the retailers are still waiting.
The committee, made up of 350 members from the cannabis community, including growers, laboratory specialists, state regulators, academics, and consumers is seeking to improve standardization in the cannabis industry.
Analyzing the complex chemistry of the cannabis plant may help scientists to develop specific cannabis-based drugs for specific conditions.