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Finding Rare Cannabinoids in Non-Cannabis Plants

Project CBD

Special glands protruding from cannabis flowers express a series of unique molecules. Cannabinoids, as they are known, exist in cannabis. But it turns out that identical molecules are present in non-cannabis plants, as well. umbraculigerum produces a similar cannabinoid transport network on its leaves.

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Cannabis Sativa: 8 Health Benefits

The Herb Collective

Cannabis Sativa, or commonly known as hemp, marijuana or weed has always been a subject of debate and controversy among many for decades. But as scientific evidence and medical research continue to emerge, cannabis sativa is becoming more accepted and widely used in the medical community.

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Celtic Hemp

Project CBD

Have you heard of Celtic Hemp? In a recently published paper in Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research , Dr. John M. O’Sullivan trace hemp’s prehistoric journey from Asia to Hibernia — now modern-day Ireland. Like much of Europe, cannabis arrived in Ireland when written records were scarce.

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Innovation or Danger: Hemp-Derived Cannabinoids + Delta-8 THC

Cannabiz MD

Farm Bill protects a particular set of cannabinoids – the chemical compounds derived from the hemp variety of the Cannabis sativa plant. These cannabinoids are legal as long as federal and state regulations are adhered to. The most famous of these cannabinoids is CBD and of late, so is delta-8 THC.

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What’s the Difference Between CBD, THC, Hemp, Cannabis, and Marijuana?


As cannabis gains widespread popularity across the United States, a growing number of newcomers are searching about important topics like THC vs. CBD, the differences between cannabis and marijuana, how hemp plants factors into the conversation, and more.

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Washington Cannabis Update: Non-CBD Cannabinoid Additives

Canna Law Blog

The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (“LCB”) has clarified what cannabinoid additives are allowed in Cannabis products in WA. The LCB recently published a notice that it had adopted interpretive statement IS22-01 , “Use of Additives in Authorized Cannabis Products”. Cannabinoids.

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Scientists Argue for New Definition of Hemp


Our current definitions of hemp and marijuana distinguish these separate varieties of the Cannabis sativa plant based on THC content. According to the United States government, any cannabis plant that contains under 0.3% According to the United States government, any cannabis plant that contains under 0.3%

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