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The FDA Wants to Understand How Sex and Gender May Affect CBD Use

In an upcoming virtual conference, the federal group will host a series of presentations on how sex and gender may affect an individual’s response to CBD and other cannabinoids.

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Hemp Testing Lab Opens in Former New York Prison

Now run by Kaycha Labs, the 9,000 square foot facility can reportedly test 100 samples a day for heavy metals, microbes, and other key contaminants.

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THC Can Help Prevent Colon Cancer in Mice, Study Finds

The finding could have significant consequences for those with inflammatory bowel diseases, such as Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis.

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Wildfires Threaten the Heartland of America’s Cannabis Industry

Major wildfires are threatening the lives and livelihoods of cannabis industry workers in California and Oregon, as both states continue to be scorched by the worst US wildfire season on record.

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Hemp or Cannabis? Texas Forensic Lab Adopts New Method to Tell the Difference

Speaking to Analytical Cannabis, the scientists behind the new method explain how it is able to determine whether the THC present in tested material is above or below one percent by weight, and thus whether it is either legal hemp or illicit cannabis.

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Hemp Extract Protects Bees From Pesticide Poisoning, Study Finds

An extract made from hemp may help honeybees to survive the effects of pesticide poisoning, say researchers from the Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Poland.

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Hemp and CBD Businesses Are Concerned About the DEA’s New THC Rule

Many producers believe that these changes could be setting the stage for a future crackdown on the market.

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Heavy Metals Found in 90 Percent of Tested Rolling Papers, Californian Study Finds

Carried out by the Californian branch of SC Labs, the investigation also found detectable amounts of pesticides in 16 percent of the samples, and five percent registered over the allowable action limits.

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This New Study Will Test the Effects of CBD on Spinal Pain

The researchers hope that, by giving patients CBD and monitoring their brains, they can one day develop targeted treatment options for the spinal condition.

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