To appreciate the science and research that helps inform odor mitigation, Analytical Cannabis caught up with Dr. William Vizuete and Dr. Alex Guenter, chief scientific officer and senior scientist at Byers Scientific.
A new viewpoint paper published by research scientists and public health experts in California warns that current cannabis regulations are not doing enough to protect public health.
New research published in the Archives of Oral Biology has found that cannabis smoke can damage the gingival epithelial cells in the mouth and suppress their proliferation.
California has a cannabis testing problem. The state's Department of Cannabis Control wants to fix it, and it's asking for help.
The microdosers in the study generally reported less depression, stress, and anxiety after one month of use, compared to their non-microdosing peers.
Analytical Cannabis caught up with Dr. Arora to discuss his podcast, his role as an advisor to cannabis and psychedelic businesses, and what the future holds for both sectors.
According to a new preprint study, authored by scientists from Medicinal Genomics and the Arizona-based testing laboratory Green Scientific Labs, the cannabis testing industry may be poorly prepared to handle the use of biocontrol agents.
A new paper from scientists at the University of Connecticut reports the discovery and identification of a transcription factor gene that may be responsible for trichome development and cannabinoid synthesis.