In this whitepaper, scientists from Broughton, a regulatory consultancy currently focused on EU and UK cannabis regulation, discuss the importance of the human endocannabinoid system when developing therapeutic cannabis products.
The concentration of cannabinoids can not only vary between plants, but also between samples harvested from the same plant, hindering accurate product labeling. High performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) is the current standard industry practice for determining cannabinoid concentration, but this is labor-intensive, time-consuming, and destructive.
In this whitepaper, scientists from Broughton, a regulatory consultancy currently focused on EU and UK cannabis regulation, discuss the susceptibility of cannabinoids to degrade and summarize the main degradation pathways of the primary cannabinoid products on the market.
This whitepaper provides a summary of the current legislation and regulatory landscape within the cannabinoid market in the United Kingdom (UK) and the activities required to facilitate compliance with the law en route to market.
Penned by heavy metals experts Robert Thomas and Anthony DeStefano, this white paper offers guidance as to which elemental contaminants are worthy of consideration, based on likely sources derived from the cultivation, extraction, processing, packaging, and delivery of cannabis and hemp consumer products.
This white paper asks the question of whether hemp, which is predominantly grown outdoors and one of the best plants for soil phytoremediation purposes can realistically be used as a safe source of cannabis medicinal and consumer products?
This white paper focuses on the common sources of lead pollution and takes a look at the development of inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) as an analytical tool to monitor a person's blood-lead level that is often used as an indicator of the impact of its toxicity on human health.
Download this webinar summary to learn more about how to enhance the decarboxylation of cannabis and hemp extracts.