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What a change in DEA’s pot rules might mean for medical research

What a change in DEA’s pot rules might mean for medical research

Medical Xpress reports: Most doctors approach medical marijuana with a great deal of uncertainty, because drug laws have hindered researchers’ ability to figure out what pot can and can’t do for sick patients. That could soon change. “Any Federal move to loosen the constraints associated with conducting clinical research on cannabis, a Schedule I drug, […]

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Colorado Cannabis Industry Heavily Fighting Pesticide War

Colorado Cannabis Industry Heavily Fighting Pesticide War

MarijuanaStocks.com reports: The cannabis industry in Colorado is increasing its quarrel against Colorado’s efforts to adjust the application of pesticides on marijuana. After passing in the state’s House of Representatives, a bill that would have codified Governor John Hickenlooper’s November executive order was killed in a Senate committee a week ago. The executive order told […]

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Scientists Want To Study Marijuana. Big Pot Just Wants To Sell It.

Scientists Want To Study Marijuana. Big Pot Just Wants To Sell It.

The Washington Post reports: Each week, In Theory takes on a big idea in the news and explores it from a range of perspectives. This week, we’re talking about drug scheduling. Need a primer? Catch up here. David T. Courtwright teaches history at the University of North Florida, where he is presidential professor. He is writing a history of […]

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Is Cannabis an Emerging Allergen?

Is Cannabis an Emerging Allergen?

Although not routinely reported, exposure to cannabis can lead to allergic reactions in certain individuals. An increased observation of cannabis allergic reactions is just one more unanticipated consequence of marijuana legalization and subsequent widespread cultivation across the country. Marijuana, like other plant allergens with peanuts topping the list, can cause a range of allergic reactions […]

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SCIENCE: Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Marijuana

SCIENCE: Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Marijuana

The Daily Targum reports: Marijuana is the most commonly used illicit drug among young people in the United States, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Marijuana is commonly found in the form of green-brown dried up parts of the Cannabis sativa plant. The drug includes the bud, seeds, stem and leaves of the plant. People can […]

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What Affects THC Content in Marijuana?

What Affects THC Content in Marijuana?

Quite recently there has been a wave of controversy surrounding the validity of high THC content cannabis testing results, where a few % points one way or the other can have real ramifications when it comes to selling or buying the flower.  So why are we witnessing higher THC content levels and are they real […]

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Data Analytics in the Cannabis Testing Realm

Data Analytics in the Cannabis Testing Realm

At first glance cannabis-testing labs narrowly and exclusively provide a service to cannabis growers, producers and dispensaries through supplying important potency values and quality assurance data on products prior to patients’ access, purchase and subsequent use. Beneath this primary quality assurance focus of cannabis testing labs, which combines customer service with topnotch certified analytics, is […]

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DigiPath Continues to Add New Clients in Las Vegas Cannabis Market

DigiPath Inc. (OTCQB: DIGP), an independent cannabis testing and media firm, recently announced a new one-year agreement with Silver Sage Wellness LLC. Under the agreement, the company will leverage its state-of-the-art testing equipment and reliable testing methodologies to measure potency, cannabinoids, terpenoids, moisture content, foreign matter, heavy metals, microbials, mycotoxins, and pesticide residues. Recently, CFN […]

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Finding Truth In Chromatography

Finding Truth In Chromatography

It takes a good amount of time and effort for an analytical chemist to develop a robust method to separate cannabinoids on an HPLC column as there are at least 104 different cannabinoids that have been isolated from the cannabis plant.  Many of these cannabinoids are similar in structure and only differ in their cyclical […]

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Morris man sees future in marijuana-testing

Morris man sees future in marijuana-testing

HANOVER – A prominent Morris County physical therapist and entrepreneur is banking his future on the growth of the medical-cannabis testing industry. But rest assured, David Cunic has not gone from fixing joints to smoking them for a living.”Most people say ‘Oh, if you need a tester, I’ll test a joint for you,’ ” said […]

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