Monthly Archives: August 2020


Part ll: PK and PD Curves Really Matter with Cannabinoids: CBD, CBC, CBN and THCV

Gummies, Softgels or Tinctures? Cannabinoids, the Human Liver, PK and PD Curves. By Andrea Holmes, Ph.D., Chief Growth Officer, Precision Plant Molecules Image credit: Edited from Shutterstock by Andrea Holmes Blood and Guts Metabolism is a broad term encompassing a wide range of biochemical processes in your body. Your metabolism can be considered a gatekeeper

By |2020-08-18T10:12:09-07:00August 17th, 2020|PPM News|

Why Is a Small Liberal Arts University Becoming a Leader In Cannabis Education?

Doane University, a small liberal arts school located in rural Nebraska, has taken a leap forward to become an international innovator in cannabis education through its School of Integrative Learning. Last year, Doane University, under the leadership of its Director of Cannabis Studies Dr. Andrea Holmes, launched a Cannabis Certificate Program. The program, titled

By |2020-08-24T07:45:27-07:00August 13th, 2020|Press|

Andrea Holmes, Ph.D. – Learn About the Minor Cannabinoids!

Andrea Holmes, Ph.D. - Learn About the Minor Cannabinoids! This lively 30-min. interview by Hemp Heroes host Neshama Abraham with Dr. Andrea Holmes, Chief Growth Officer and Co-Founder of Precision Plant Molecules, discusses the up and coming minor cannabinoids CBG and CBN. Published July 27th, 2020

By |2020-08-11T07:47:08-07:00August 11th, 2020|Press|

Why Do PK and PD Curves Matter with CBD, CBC, CBN and THCV?

Are you serious? Only 6-10% of the cannabinoids in my Gummy Bear engages my endocannabinoid system? By Andrea Holmes, Ph.D., Chief Growth Officer, Precision Plant Moleculs This article was originally published in the July-Aug 2020 issue of Extraction Magazine. Image credit: Modified from Shutterstock by Andrea Holmes Pharmacokinetic (PK) Curves Pharmacokinetic curves sound impressive. How

By |2020-08-13T08:35:26-07:00August 10th, 2020|PPM News|

What does the Gut Microbiome have to do with Cannabinoids?

This article was co-authored with Amanda McKinney, MD, co-founder of A&A Apothecary. All humans and plants have evolved with a symbiotic relationship with microorganisms. Humans are no exception, and the role our microbiome, principally our intestinal microbiota and its metabolic output, appears to significantly impact human biology. The human gut microbiome (GM) is composed of between

By |2020-08-24T07:50:57-07:00August 5th, 2020|Press|
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