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California Regulator Updates Its Proposed Cannabinoid Test Requirements

In a notice published on October 4, the Department of Cannabis Control announced that the test will be limited to dried flower and pre-rolls.

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7 Factors For a Seamless Cannabis Extraction Lab Setup

Martha Hernández, a scientist at CloudLIMS, breaks down the seven requirements anyone should consider before starting a cannabis extraction facility.

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Synthetic Psychedelic Compounds May Treat Depression Without the Trip, Study Suggests

Scientists have developed a new compound which interacts with the same therapeutic targets in the brain as psychedelic drugs, producing the same long-lasting antidepressant and antianxiety effects but without the psychedelic high.

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ASTM Approves Four New Cannabis Testing Standards

The leading US testing standards organization ASTM International has approved four new testing standards for cannabis samples.

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California Regulator Offers $20 Million For Cannabis Research

California’s cannabis regulator will provide $20 million in funding for new cannabis-related research.

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Researchers Create New CBD-Based Plastic

Researchers from the University of Connecticut and Purdue University report the creation of a new CBD-based bioplastic material.

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Psychedelic Drugs: How to Tell Good Research From Bad

James Rucker, a consultant psychiatrist at King's College London, breaks down the good psychedelic research from the bad. via the Conversation.

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Washington’s Cannabis Regulator Seeks Scientists

Washington’s state cannabis regulator is looking to recruit at least six experts in cannabis science to help advise the regulator on scientific matters.

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Psychedelics Sector Must Respect Indigenous Wisdoms, Say Experts

The new essay highlights numerous ethical concerns currently facing the field and emphasizes the importance of acknowledging wisdoms already known to Indigenous people.

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