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Celebrating Science on 420

Apr 20, 2021

Celebrating Science on 420

Xandrina Allday
Social Media Specialist

April 20 is 420, a slang term created in 1971 by a group of friends, known as the Waldos, who would often get together to consume cannabis around the time of 4:20pm. This term later grew in popularity within cannabis culture. High Times featured a mention of 4:20 smoking in May 1991 and a 4/20 holiday later emerged.

Analytical Cannabis wanted to mark the day by sharing some of our favourite cannabis content in bite-sized segments, for you to digest now or savour for later.

We hope you enjoy consuming these pieces and let us know if any of them hit it with you.

*(pardon the puns) Happy 420.


How Long Do Edibles Last?


It’s a question that is often asked - we imagine even more so on 420. This article answers the burning question ‘how long do edibles last?’ and also discusses what edibles are and how they compare to smoking [cannabis].







What is Synthetic CBD?


Many vitamins on today’s market are made synthetically, produced in a laboratory to be chemically identical to their natural counterparts. It’s no surprise, then, that CBD is the next industry set to be pulled into this synthetic revolution.







Your Brain on Edible Marijuana


Edibles are renowned for their strength relative to smoking cannabis. But just how strong is strong? Here's a quick look at the science of digestible marijuana. This serves as your warning.








How Long Does Cannabis Stay Fresh For? Scientists May Have the Answer.


Understanding the degradation of cannabinoids, whether that is THCA-to THC or THC-to CBN, is important for both producers and consumers who might want to know more about the shelf life of their products.









The Current State of Psychedelic Research


Plant-derived psychedelics have been used by indigenous groups across the world for centuries. However, it is only in the last few decades that Western scientific research groups have taken a keen interest in studying these compounds. So, what have these research efforts uncovered?








Xandrina Allday

Social Media Specialist

Passionate about all things social and with 5 of years marketing experience, Xandrina has brought her skills to bear looking after the Analytical Cannabis social media channels since joining us in the summer of 2017.

 

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