Cannabinoids

Home|Tag: Cannabinoids

Five Cutting-Edge Cannabinoid Production Methods to Watch

Science continues to transform the cannabis industry. By Andrea Holmes, PhD, Co-Founder & Chief Growth Officer, Precision Plant Molecules04.09.20 Nature inspires virtually all of the all-time best-selling medicines: aspirin from willow trees, caffeine from the coffee bean—even some with beneficial-but-dangerous qualities, like the poppy flower’s natural opiates which have led to lab-produced opioids. Science

By |2020-04-20T09:14:58-07:00April 20th, 2020|Press|

Why Bioactive Terpenes Will Soon Share Headlines with CBD and Other Cannabinoids

Today, particularly in the US and the Western Cultures, we live in a world where prescription and over the counter medicines are synthetically manufactured. But do they have to be the only approach to heal illnesses or improve human wellbeing? We should not forget where it all began. Medicines made from plants, including Cannabis

By |2020-08-24T08:09:35-07:00January 23rd, 2020|Press|

The future of cannabis products is bespoke and personalized

The future of cannabis products is bespoke and personalized A look into the cannabinoid crystal ball: It’s 2021, and you walk into your grocery store’s wellness section in search of an effective natural remedy specially formulated to help you shake off the stress of the day and sleep soundly. A coworker had mentioned that

By |2020-01-22T11:01:37-08:00January 22nd, 2020|Press|

Beyond CBD: Four Emerging Cannabinoids To Watch In Skincare And Topicals

CBD and THC are the most visible cannabinoids in the wellness and skincare industries today, but with more than 100 known cannabinoids, others are muscling in. Fueled by growing consumer interest, technological innovation and an ever-expanding body of scientific research, so-called minor cannabinoids with promising therapeutic and cosmetic potential are jockeying to be the next

By |2020-01-22T08:51:39-08:00January 22nd, 2020|Press|

Beyond CBD: Emerging Cannabinoids are the Future for CPG Success

The buzz around the hemp-derived plant compound cannabidiol (CBD) and its therapeutic applications has captured more attention and interest than most other novel wellness products. A stampede is underway as mainstream retailers embrace hemp-derived CBD products. And cannabinoid science continues to advance at space velocity, further influencing and driving consumer trends. This presents a

By |2019-10-23T07:57:02-07:00October 23rd, 2019|PPM News|

How One Professor Is Using Colorimetric Analysis to Broaden Cannabis Research

Health, wellness, and pharmacological benefits put cannabis on the map, but the industry suffers from a lack of transparency, limited human clinical studies, and regulatory confusion and contradictions. And although analytical technology has broadened scientists’ ability to identify and quantify different types of cannabinoids, Dr. Andrea Holmes—professor of chemistry at Doane University in Crete,

By |2019-10-02T12:14:12-07:00September 9th, 2019|Press|

Nebraska University Is Latest School To Offer Cannabis Courses For Career-Minded Professionals

A private Nebraska university is the newest school to offer a training program for students interested in careers in the cannabis industry. This fall, Doane University will launch an online three-course program entitled “Cannabis Science and Industries: Seeds to Needs,” according to a school press release. Designed by cannabis industry experts and academics with advanced degree credentials,

By |2019-10-02T12:15:03-07:00August 13th, 2019|Press|

Mother Nature’s Genius: Understanding Phytosynthesis Reveals Access to Naturally Occurring but Rare Minor Cannabinoids with Therapeutic Properties

Mother Nature's Genius: Understanding Phytosynthesis Reveals Access to Naturally Occurring but Rare Minor Cannabinoids with Therapeutic Properties Because botanical medicine is inconsistent by Nature, Cannamimetics™ allows a smoothing and enhancement of the variability in extracts and concentrates made from plants, harvest to harvest, to ensure consumers are afforded the ideal amount and combination of

By |2019-09-02T08:57:21-07:00July 3rd, 2019|PPM News|

Using Colorimetric Sensor Arrays for Cannabinoid Detection

Using Colorimetric Sensor Arrays for Cannabinoid Detection A novel method for analyte detection shows promising applications for both cannabis and hemp markets. Colorimetric analysis has been a popular technique within the field of chemistry, specifically for measuring the concentration of compounds within a solution. The concept is simple: a light source at a specific

By |2019-10-02T12:15:48-07:00June 3rd, 2019|Press|