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Words to Live by for Continuous Improvement in the Cannabis Extraction Industry

Chemical engineer Anthony Nielsen outlines the protocols cannabis extraction and testing facilities can follow for better efficiency.

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Marijuana Wax: Why Winterization and Dewaxing Are Needed For Quality Cannabis Concentrates

There is increasing demand for clean, pure cannabis concentrates. But these products require the removal of the plant's lipids, fats and waxes. So how are they purged?

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Indoor vs Outdoor Cannabis Cultivation: Which Better Prevents Fungal and Bacterial Pathogens?

Whether it's an indoor facility or an outdoor greenhouse, different techniques can help combat pathogens while the cannabis is grown and and harvested.

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Why Canadian Cannabis Labs Are Seeking Accreditation: A Q&A With Andrew Adams

To learn more about laboratory accreditation and the current environment for testing in Canada, Analytical Cannabis spoke with Andrew Adams, president and CEO of the Canadian Association for Laboratory Accreditation.

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Noncompliance in the Cannabis Industry: The Dangers of Operating Blindly

DEA compliance experts Kelley Detweiler and Jack Teitelman share their tips on operating a cannabis company with care.

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Cannabis Could Help Fight Superbugs, Study Suggests

According to a review of existing research published last month, the compounds found in cannabis could provide a new source of antibiotics, but further research is needed to find their full potential in fighting pathogens.

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What Does the European Commission’s Pause on CBD Novel Food Applications Mean for The Industry?

Could the UK establish itself as a safe place for the CBD industry to thrive, in a way that may no longer be possible in the EU?

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Cannabis and Cancer: What Does the Research Say?

Reduced nausea, pain, and tumor growth are benefits that could make cannabis a potential add-on to cancer treatment, but further safety profiling will determine the plant's future role.

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US Cannabis Research Is Still Hindered, So What Regulatory Changes Do Scientists Want to See?

Current federal regulations still tie the hands of many researchers who wish to study the effects of cannabis. So what needs to change?

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