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Pharmacokinetics of Cannabis and its Secondary MetabolitesOn-site cannabis analysis using infrared spectroscopy

As cannabis production becomes legalised and regulated it is important that manufacturers can assess the chemical content and potency of their plants. ATR spectrometer accessories are well-suited to the in-situ analysis of plant samples with little or no sample preparation.

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    Keysight PolyScience – Selecting a Chiller for the Cannabinoid-Extraction Market
 
This new white paper from PolyScience aims to help companies involved with cannabis processing or post-processing by identifying the proper chiller for their operation. Properly sized pumps, compressors, and chillers can reduce service calls, improve your customers' end products, minimize downtime and build a stronger value proposition for your products and brand.
 
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   Toxicological assessment of hemp-containing foodsToxicological assessment of hemp-containing foods
 
In order to avoid the occurrence of such effects, the Federal Institute for Health Protection of Consumers and Veterinary Medicine (BgVV) recommended guidance values for maximum THC levels in various food groups in 2000.
 
 Synthetic cannabinoid reduces essential tremors by activating astrocytes
 
Synthetic cannabinoid reduces essential tremors by activating astrocytesA research team from the Department of Neuroscience at the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences has now made a recent finding that may prove crucial to upcoming studies and treatments using medical cannabis.
 
 
 Study highlights a giant carbon footprint due to insatiable demand for cannabis
 
Study highlights a giant carbon footprint due to insatiable demand for cannabisIt's no secret that the United States' $13 billion cannabis industry is big business. Less obvious to many is the environmental toll this booming business is taking, in the form of greenhouse gas emissions from commercial, mostly indoor production.
 
 
 Study shows persistence of marijuana THC in breast milk for six weeks
 
Study shows persistence of marijuana THC in breast milk for six weeksIn a new study published in JAMA Pediatrics, researchers at Children's Hospital Colorado (Children's Colorado) have found that tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive component of marijuana, stays in breast milk for up to six weeks.