The University of Colorado-Boulder and Charlotte’s Web Holdings have announced a collaboration on a preclinical sleep and anxiety study to investigate the effects of full spectrum hemp oil on sleep quality and anxiety.
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Technology in cannabis packaging is advancing. Blockchain-supported tracking, QR codes and authenticity markers can help companies keep track of supply chain logistics and prevent counterfeiting simultaneously.
Security is critical, and thankfully, growers and providers have many tools available to protect their investment. For those businesses in the cannabis market looking to supplement their security operations with other workforce but may not have the budget or infrastructure to do so, remote security operations services are something you should consider.
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The rise of the new delta 8 THC market has highlighted the ingenuity of cannabis entrepreneurs and the intricacies of the cannabis plant. In this piece, we sit down with the founders of DeltaVera, Sam Andrus and PK Isacs to learn more about their mission and the fascinating molecule they are betting on.
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Legislation moving through Congress would provide banking and insurance protections for cannabis and cannabis-related businesses without the threat of federal penalties
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Kathleen May, founder of Triskele Quality Solutions, provides insight on where ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation may not be sufficient guidance for cannabis testing laboratories to operate in a compliant and safe manner.
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The cannabis plant is an incredibly versatile plant used in numerous applications: construction materials, textiles, composites, bioplastics, food ingredients, phytochemicals, CBD products, and so much more. Or is that hemp? In this two-part series, Darwin Millard takes the reader down the hemp rabbit hole and discusses how the global market has evolved the definition of hemp over time and the challenges posed by trying to have your cake and eat it too. Millard proposes that we adopt policies for market protection of hemp products through standardization, not bifurcation of the cannabis plant.
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