Cannabis legalization in Canada has not led to an increase in dogs being hospitalized for exposure to THC, according to recent study performed in Canada.
The trial will involve 90-day-long tests on rodents to assess how CBD affects the liver, if it promotes drowsiness, and how it may interact with other drugs.
To learn more about laboratory accreditation and the current environment for testing in Canada, Analytical Cannabis spoke with Andrew Adams, president and CEO of the Canadian Association for Laboratory Accreditation.
In an upcoming virtual conference, the federal group will host a series of presentations on how sex and gender may affect an individual’s response to CBD and other cannabinoids.
Major wildfires are threatening the lives and livelihoods of cannabis industry workers in California and Oregon, as both states continue to be scorched by the worst US wildfire season on record.
DEA compliance experts Kelley Detweiler and Jack Teitelman share their tips on operating a cannabis company with care.
Speaking to Analytical Cannabis, the scientists behind the new method explain how it is able to determine whether the THC present in tested material is above or below one percent by weight, and thus whether it is either legal hemp or illicit cannabis.