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The International Association of Cannabinoid Medicines held a three-day conference on the efficacy of the drug with calls for more activism, formal trials and patient access.
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In this new application note, the Agilent 7800 ICP-MS is found to be suitable for heavy metals testing in hemp and cannabis.
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Across Europe, strains of cannabis reform are growing like weeds, but the anthem is the same everywhere - a struggle for basic access.
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Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced today the establishment of the U.S. Domestic Hemp Production Program, which includes a preview of the final interim rule, a comment period, guidelines for testing and more.
A2LA announced in October that they accredited the Ohio labs to ISO 17025:2017.
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The Canadian Recreational Experiment is now 12 months old. What are the biggest lessons and what are the challenges that still lie ahead?
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