Returning for the third year in a row, The Science of Cannabis Extraction 2021 will bring together extraction experts to discuss the hottest topics in cannabis and hemp extraction.
Psychedelics have been used for millennia in both spiritual and medicinal contexts. Recently, a number of clinical successes with psychedelics have generated considerable excitement; nevertheless, mechanisms underlying their therapeutic efficacy are largely unknown.
The cannabis oil market is rapidly evolving across the globe. With legalization continuing throughout the world, producers are going to be faced with the daunting task of developing new products as consumer preferences change.
The development of new cannabis products is a very nuanced task. Not only do companies need to identify the right products to meet consumer’s needs, but the company also needs to identify the correct manufacturing equipment and processes to produce and replicate the desired product.
The balance between creating the right product and choosing the right manufacturing partners has allowed Cannacraft to differentiate itself from other companies in the cannabis market.
In this session, Cannacraft and Pall Corporation will share their experiences with new product development and how manufacturing equipment plays a role in the process.
In this session, Pall Corporation and Evello International will share their best practices on how to optimize your extraction and filtration process.
A key step in cannabis oil production is the decarboxylation of naturally produced THCA to psychotropic THC or CBDA to CBD, respectively.
In this presentation, Morgan Boyle, Lead Microbiologist and Cannabis Science Consultant will discuss the current status of microbial testing requirements and the need for testing standardization throughout the U.S.
Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy (AAS) is an inexpensive and mature elemental analysis technique used in thousands of laboratories. Food laboratories use AAS to analyze a diverse range of foods for nutritional and/or safety purposes.