Several educational institutions are now addressing the demand for education and preparation for careers in the cannabis business.
The launch of Delta™ means producers are now able to to recreate and restore the full plant terpene profile in any oil-based cannabis product.
Two Vitalis Q-90 CO2 extraction machines have been added to existing facilities to increase their monthly processing capacity to 6000kg of cannabis.
We catch up with Andrew James from Ellutia to discuss how and why their 200 Series GC is proving popular for testing potency, flavour profiling, and residual solvents.
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.
Supercritical CO2 removes the concern of toxic solvent residues and is generally recognized as safe by the FDA and EFSA.
Grouping strains by chemotyping may prove useful in ascertaining how strains are related, and the kind of medical benefits you can expect to see with strains from a given chemotype class.
The process, which was developed and tested in the Netherlands under strict regulatory guidelines, involves the growing of selected cannabis plants at a cGMP facility followed by extraction of the cannabinoid molecules from cannabis flowers.
An early lab pilot of molecular tagging technology has demonstrated how members of the cannabis supply chain could be able to prove, with scientific certainty, that their products originate from their facilities or other legal sources.