Written by expert cannabis laboratory analysts, this Analytical Cannabis How to Guide provides a general overview of homogeneity testing for edible cannabis products and discusses the importance of homogeneity testing as it relates to dosing.
Over the next four months, the company plans to create more than 30 new jobs in administration, finance, human resources, marketing, sales, operations and other key roles, with an average salary of $100K.
The guide summarizes the major components and options to consider when using chilled water as the source for cooling and dehumidification in heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and dehumidification (HVACD) controlled environment agriculture (CEA) applications.
In this whitepaper, scientists from Broughton, a regulatory consultancy currently focused on EU and UK cannabis regulation, discuss the importance of the human endocannabinoid system when developing therapeutic cannabis products.
HTL will be importing product from the LGP facilities in Denmark, for supply to UK patients via its partner clinics and pharmacies.
Willow Industries, a leader in cannabis kill-step and decontamination technology, announced the launch of Willow Scientific, a new tiered suite of microbial consulting services that offers a proactive approach for long-term success by addressing and solving contamination at the source.
The new digital training center is designed to accelerate the cannabinoid science learning process and arm more professionals with degree-level cannabinoid knowledge.
Dalgety has become the latest company to progress to the front of the UK medicinal cannabis industry after being granted Home Office approval to cultivate, process, and pack medicinal cannabis ready for sale to the pharmaceutical market.
RotaChrom has announced its rCPC platform conforms to current good manufacturing practices (cGMP) for the pharmaceutical industry, allowing the use of its rCPC purification and separation systems within cGMP-compliant laboratory and manufacturing environments.
The concentration of cannabinoids can not only vary between plants, but also between samples harvested from the same plant, hindering accurate product labeling. High performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) is the current standard industry practice for determining cannabinoid concentration, but this is labor-intensive, time-consuming, and destructive.