Medical marijuana is one of the most common self-treatment options for those suffering from the disease, but physicians are waiting for more clinical data before recommending the medicine to patients.
Occupational health researchers at Colorado State University are drawing attention to worker safety and satisfaction in a young industry still finding its feet: legal cannabis.
The VCT-1 is the first in a line of next-generation extraction technology, creating the closest thing to vaping or smoking, only cleaner, at lower cost, superior quality, and with precision dosing.
Aeos Labs is the third laboratory in the state to earn certification for testing of medical cannabis. Steep Hill Hawai‘i on O‘ahu received certification last year in July and Pharmlabs Hawai‘i, LLC on Maui was certified last year in October.
Dr. Patrick E. Williams has served on the National Scientific Review Board for the Human Genome Project, provided technical leadership to the Armed Forces DNA Technology Development Program and served on numerous NIH Study Sections on technology development.
Supercritical CO2 removes the concern of toxic solvent residues and is generally recognized as safe by the FDA and EFSA.
Aspergillus is a type of fungal spore that is typically harmless, but can be potentially dangerous to those with compromised immune systems such as medical cannabis patients.