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CBD-Epilepsy Medications Come With Drowsiness Risk, Researchers Warn

Based on these findings, the researchers say that additional research into CBD-related adverse events is still needed.

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California Cannabis Regulator Gives $20 Million to Research

The 16 projects were chosen from 98 proposals submitted for consideration.

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Demystifying ISO 17025 Requirements for Cannabis Testing Labs: A Step-by-Step Guide

Arun Apte, CEO of CloudLIMS, breaks down the ISO 17025 process and how cannabis labs can comply with its standards.

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The Process of Cannabis Purification

Sabrina Didado, founder and owner of Cosmic Harvest Hemp, outlined the current solutions being used for cannabis oil purification at the industrial scale.

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Oregon Regulator Licenses State’s First Psilocybin Lab

Oregon voters approved a ballot measure to legalize psilocybin mushrooms for therapy sessions back in November 2020.

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More Cannabis Products in Nevada Are ‘Contaminated’ With Unapproved Pesticide, State Regulator Warns

Cannabis consumers in Nevada have been warned that several batches of products sold in the state were treated with an unapproved pesticide, Ethephon.

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Florida Regulators Fine More Cannabis Labs For Testing Violations

According to the documents seen by Analytical Cannabis (following a freedom of information request), several labs in Florida were found wanting by the state health regulator.

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Tackling Operational Risk in Cannabis Extraction

Sean Samuel, VP of sales and marketing at C15 Solutions, outlines the operational risks extractors can face - and how to avoid them.

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Cannabinoids Give Worms the Munchies Too, Study Finds

Researchers at the University of Oregon’s Institute of Neuroscience have found that humans aren’t the only animals to have a changed appetite following cannabis exposure.

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