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Cannabis Extraction & Processing

Canada’s Edibles Market Gets Off to a Slow Start

The rollout of ‘Cannabis 2.0’ products looks set to be a slow process, hampered by delays and strict regional regulations.

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Shimadzu Boosts Northern Michigan University's Medicinal Plant Chemistry Program

Shimadzu provided a donation of lab equipment valued at nearly $851,000 to the rigorous chemistry program.

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Advances in Whole Plant Cannabis Extraction

While some manufacturers are creating products with the purest CBD extract, or the most potent THC extract, others are taking a more holistic approach to extract making.

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Inside Albert Einstone’s: Los Angeles’ Multi-talented Cannabis Company

We take a look at what it's like to operate a successful fully licensed cannabis distribution, cultivation, and manufacturing company in LA.

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Cannabis Flowers With “Mushroom-shaped Hairs” Pack the Most Cannabinoids, Study Finds

New research has reportedly confirmed what many cannabis cultivators have suspected for decades, that the largest cannabis flowers are the richest source of cannabinoids.

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FRITSCH’s Cutting Mill “Optimized for Cannabis Processing”

The Pulverisette 19 with cyclone from FRITSCH is an efficient instrument to quickly fragment large volumes of cannabis.

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Recent Workshop Emphasizes Why the Cannabis Industry Needs to Get Better at Measuring Heavy Metals

A report from the first ever workshop dedicated to measuring heavy metals in cannabis and hemp.

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The Challenge of Residual Solvent Testing for Cannabis Edibles

They're the commonly used form of cannabis in the US, but as edibles are likely to be exposed to processing chemicals during their production, each product needs to be tested for dangerous residual solvents.

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With Edibles Now Legal, Has Canada’s First Year of Legalization Been a Success?

Although unlikely to hit the shelves before December, Cannabis edibles are now legal to sell in Canada, 365 days after dried forms were legalized. But has the past year been a recreational success?

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