Think20 Laboratories’ commercial operations manager Adam Floyd explains how extended terpene analysis is done in a commercial cannabis laboratory and details the considerations needed when building a suitable analytical method for terpene analysis.
The withdrawal symptoms from spice, which contains synthetic drugs that mimic the effects of cannabis, are more severe than those for cannabis, according to new research from scientists at the University of Bath.
In the second part of his article, Robert Thomas, a leading heavy metals expert in the cannabis testing sector and principle of the consulting company Scientific Solutions, explains just how inductively coupled plasma-mass-spectrometry (ICP-MS) can lower the regulatory demands of cannabis testing to better understand the link between lead toxicity and human disease.
With more states permitting cannabis cultivation every year, the need to curb marijuana’s aroma is ever-growing. But how can it be done? Analytical Cannabis spoke to Filtr Revolution to find out.
The investigation found that the presence of recreational cannabis dispensaries in a county was associated with an increased number of vomiting-related emergency department visits at local hospitals.
Sasaki of Confidence Analytics spoke with Analytical Cannabis about the future of cannabinoid profiling and the cannabis testing sector as a whole.
While vapor testing methods already exist for tobacco e-cigarettes, this is uncharted territory for the cannabis sector. So how can companies adapt?