The debate on THC restrictions and CBD regulations in the UK continues.
The UK’s de facto CBD regulator has begun approving CBD food products for sale.
This workshop will provide a broad perspective of the current knowledge of elemental contaminants in cannabis/hemp consumer products, communicate their significance, and as a result, educate users, cultivators, processors, testing labs, and regulators within the cannabis/hemp community of their potential risk to human and environmental health.
Delta-8-THC is growing in popularity across North America. But how is it different to its more famous cousin, Delta-9-THC? What are its effects? And is it, like many are claiming, federally legal in the US?
As quality and safety regulations for the CBD industry are implemented, synthetic CBD is becoming an appealing alternative for the market, writes Richard O’Halloran, CEO of Biosportart.
Given the sheer scale of the country’s CBD sector, it’s likely a THC limit will be drawn up at some point. But what should it be? Well, one group of leading CBD experts have an answer.
Harold Han, founder and chief science officer at Vertosa, takes a look at the recent developments in the emerging cannabis processing field of emulsions.
The second part of this series examines industrial and medical applications of hemp and emphasize the importance of regular testing for heavy metals to ensure maximum consumer safety.
Alisia Ratliff, CEO of Victus Capital Ventures, explores the world of cannabis separation techniques – the good, the bad, and the expensive.