A study conducted in the US has revealed that the majority of medical marijuana dispensed in the US has THC levels of up to 15 percent.
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Researchers have modified a portable Raman spectrometer that can determine the level of THC in cannabis plants, which they say could be used by farmers wishing to grow hemp.
The UK government has changed the restrictions on importing cannabis-based medicine products into the country, allowing wholesalers to bring in larger quantities.
The ever-increasing demand for cannabis-based products requires US state regulators to set guidelines that ensure products are safe for human use. However, as medicinal cannabis moves forward at a rapidly increasing pace, regulations are falling behind. Here, Robert Thomas discusses the many inconsistencies across US states for monitoring levels of…
Professor Trevor Jones, CBE, FMedSci is the new chairman of EMCA, a body that seeks to advocate for evidence-based policy and improving supply and manufacture of quality medicinal cannabis.
Dr Mohamedali discusses Canada's stance on medical cannabis and breaks down some misconceptions surrounding cannabinoids, as well as exploring the future for the pharmaceutical ingredient.
Dr Platt describes how medical cannabis can be used to treat conditions such as pain, his area of expertise. He also explains how perception has influenced the acceptance of cannabinoids.
Dr Sodergren explores the uses of medical cannabis, describing its applications. He also discusses the future of cannabinoid research in the short- and long-term.
The global medical marijuana market will show impressive growth, a new report has said, but this could be hindered due to some doctors being reluctant to prescribe these products.
Dr Englund discusses his research into medical cannabis, highlighting a range of its potential uses. He also explores some of the challenges that can be faced in clinical trials when investigating cannabinoids.
Following guidance from the drugs advisory body NICE, two cannabis-based medications have been approved for treatment by the NHS in England.
The CQC decision marks the first time the agency has accepted a clinic to prescribe patients with medical cannabis in the UK.