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How Should We Talk About Cannabis?

Is the current lexicon used by cannabis industry insiders appropriate? Not always, according to a new study.

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Detecting Mycotoxins in the Cannabis Supply Chain

Analytical Cannabis speaks to the experts to find out the best methods for detecting mycotoxins in cannabis products.

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Over Half of Parkinson’s Patients Say Cannabis Provides Clinical Benefits

The researchers behind the survey say that physicians should pay special consideration when advising patients on their medical cannabis treatment options.

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MCR Labs Opens its First Facility Outside of Massachusetts

The new facility marks the company’s first expansion outside of Massachusetts.

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Maine Cannabis Regulator Approves Second Testing Lab

The Portland-based lab received the green light from the Maine Office of Marijuana Policy on Friday, January 22.

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How Does a Cannabis Supplement Get Made?

Growing media in indoor cannabis farms can leave the plants lacking in nutrients. Fortunately, companies like Rx Green Technologies offer cultivators everything from essential soil nutrient boosters to reproductive growth formulas. But how are these supplements produced?

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Attack of the Ozones: How Oxygen Can Decontaminate Cannabis

How is cannabis best decontaminated? Well, while many businesses opt for some form of radiation, one Denver-based company believes oxygen, or its ozone form to be more precise, could become the go-to microbe killer for the cannabis industry.

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Recreational Cannabis Sales Begin in Arizona

Barely two months after voters in the state passed the legalization ballot, the first legal recreational cannabis products have been sold in Arizona.

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Young Cannabis Consumers with Mood Disorders at Higher Risk of Self-Harm, Study Finds

As the study was purely observational, the researchers do not suggest any type of causality or mechanism behind these associations. But they do recommend further studies to help inform policy and treatment decisions.

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