Rebel Coast Winery is offering the world’s first cannabis-infused wine, fully compliant with California’s new regulations.
Next Frontier Biosciences launched a nasal mist, which they claim to be more efficient and fast acting than traditional cannabis administration methods.
The CDPH released the proposed emergency regulations for cannabis manufacturing; take a look at the highlights here.
Seed to Sale Show is the only national show focused solely on innovative best practices, science, and cutting edge technology surrounding the whole life cycle of the cannabis plant grown, processed, and sold in a regulated market.
This February 7–8, more than 3,000 of the nation’s leading professionals will convene in Denver, CO, at the forefront of the cannabis industry’s technological advancement and modernization, to learn about the latest innovations behind the growing, extracting, infusing, marketing and retailing of cannabis in three highly-focused educational tracks.
The Emerald Conference is devoted to the free exchange of ideas and fresh insights on topics like cannabis analytical testing, inter-lab comparisons, extraction, and industry best practices. Whether you are a clinician, testing lab owner, cultivator, extractor & producer professional, policy maker, dispensary operator, or an analytical chemist, the Emerald Conference will educate and illuminate with an atmosphere of collaboration and partnership.
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License distinctions, lab-testing requirements & distributor rules: See what California has in store for 2018.
Spot-checking with potency testing at commercial grow sites is becoming a growing trend, here are some instruments designed for it.
Potency and homogeneity testing for medical concentrates and infused products will be required November 1st.
The rule change requires manufacturers to ditch animal, human or fruit-shaped edibles and use non-descript shapes instead.
We sit down with Josh Drayton, deputy director of the CCIA, to chat about the upcoming changes in the CA cannabis regulatory environment.