With the health and safety spotlight now firmly on vaping, Dr Graham Wood says that regulators shouldn’t miss this chance to properly assess vaping’s potential harms.
After vaping high CBD cannabis that contained 0.39 percent THC, one third of a new study’s participants tested positive on a standard urine test similar to those used for employment-related or criminal justice-related drug testing programs.
New research has reportedly confirmed what many cannabis cultivators have suspected for decades, that the largest cannabis flowers are the richest source of cannabinoids.
With funding secured, the trial is expected to begin in early 2020.
According to a new review of scientific studies, there is barely any evidence to suggest that cannabinoids can treat depression, anxiety, and other mental health disorders.
Discussing the ins and outs of Canada’s cannabis testing industry, Analytical Cannabis spoke to Dr Kaveh Kahen, CEO of Sigma Analytical Services, a Toronto-based provider of testing, research, and product development services to the cannabis industry.
A new systematic review concluded that medical cannabis may provide some benefit in reducing opioid misuse, but more research will be needed before it can be recommended as a safe alternative.
A report from the first ever workshop dedicated to measuring heavy metals in cannabis and hemp.
While people generally understand the dangers associated with alcohol and pregnancy, they may be far less skeptical about the safety of CBD products.