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Can Avid Hyperaccumulating Plants like Hemp be Realistically Used as a Source of Medicinal Cannabinoids? Part 2: The Importance of Testing

The second part of this series examines industrial and medical applications of hemp and emphasize the importance of regular testing for heavy metals to ensure maximum consumer safety.

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How Does Cannabis Vapor Testing Work?

Cannabis vapor testing is quickly becoming the next frontier of marijuana analysis. But how does it work?

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Over Three-quarters of CBD Topicals Don’t Contain Advertised Amounts of CBD, Study Finds

Around 77 percent of tested CBD topical products don't contain the correct amount of CBD advertised on the product’s label, according to a new investigation from Leafreport.

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Kaycha Labs to Open Three New Labs in Massachusetts, Nevada, and Oregon

Two of the new facilities, based in Oregon and Nevada, have been acquired by Kaycha. The other, based in Massachusetts, was built for the company.

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One Month Until the Deadline, There’s Still Some Confusion Around CBD Novel Foods Applications in the UK

Regulation is incoming for the UK's CBD industry. But are companies clued up on the new requirements? Not always, say CBD analysts, and the confusing guidance may be partly to blame.

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Can Avid Hyperaccumulating Plants Like Hemp Realistically be Used as a Source of Medicinal Cannabinoids? Part 1: The Conflicting Personality of Hemp

Explore the phytoremediation properties of hemp and why it has been used to clean up toxic waste sites where other types of remediation have failed.

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Cannabis DUI Tests Aren’t Accurate, Study Finds

There is little relationship between saliva limits on cannabis-impaired driving and the driver’s actual impairment, according to the findings of a new study.

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How Long Does Cannabis Stay Fresh For? Scientists May Have the Answer

A new kinetic study from researchers at the National Research Council Canada could better explain how cannabis material degrades when left on the dispensary shelf.

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Michigan Regulator Pauses Cannabis Mold Test

A group of Michigan-based lab analysts say the qPCR method is unsuitable for detecting mold. Other lab analysts disagree, yet the state regulator has still temporarily banned the test.

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