While beverage businesses try to market marijuana as the new New Coke, there’s still one problem to address: that cannabis drink might have lost its cannabinoid kick.
Crop trimmings, discarded extraction chemicals, trashed testing samples, these are the pieces of debris the cannabis industry leaves behind. And if not properly disposed of, their chemical residues could pose serious environmental risks to nearby surroundings. So what can be done?
The client will provide cannabis biomass which Nextleaf Labs will process into refined and distilled THC and CBD oils.
Harold Han takes a closer look at the three most commonly used vessels in cannabis beverage packaging, and the challenges that they pose to potency.
How can those involved in extraction keep up to date on the latest cannabis science?
Rising in popularity in the 2010s, the three most commonly used cannabis concentrates are now dab wax, shatter, and THC oil. But how are they made?
The validity of medicinal marijuana’s most celebrated benefit, pain reduction, has been called into question by a new review.