Analysts from Infinite Chemical Analysis Labs found that 62 percent of illicit cartridges failed for pesticides and almost 40 percent failed for lead.
Is there a better way of boosting CBD supplies other than just growing more hemp? With the top tools of genetic science now at the cannabis cultivator’s disposal, there just might be.
Harold Han takes a closer look at the three most commonly used vessels in cannabis beverage packaging, and the challenges that they pose to potency.
New 5-color assay can independently identify four species of pathogenic aspergillus in one qPCR reaction.
Ahead of her presentation at Analytical Cannabis Expo West Coast 2020, Jini Curry told us the importance of heavy metals testing in cannabis products and why end-product testing is crucial.
To bolster its investigation into the recent EVALI outbreak, the administration is looking for unpublished reports or information on the specific chemicals, compounds, and ingredients of suspected vaping products.
Researchers at Texas A&M University have reportedly developed a “hemp scanner” that could be used by police forces to distinguish between hemp and cannabis, without damaging any of the cargo.
Oils, drinks, and treats containing cannabidiol (CBD) in the UK will be “taken off the shelves” by March 2021 if they haven’t gained regulatory approval.