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THC

(organic chemistry)
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- Will be a primary supplier of medicinal cannabis flower to THC Global's Southport (Queensland) Facility as early as next year
Star said these sensors can detect THC with the same accuracy as mass spectrometry, the gold standard for detecting it.
Full Spectrum CBD: Otherwise known as "whole-leaf," full spectrum CBD includes all of the cannabinoids along with cannabidiol--even THC, in small amounts.
The researchers also noted that the effects of edible THC varied based on the subject's sex, said Michael Smoker, first author of the paper.
It is being sold as 'THC vape juice'; 'THC vape pens'; 'THC oil'; 'cannabis vape juice'; or 'cannabis oil.'.
1, 2020, includes a 10% tax on cannabis products with a THC level at or below 35%, a 20% tax on all cannabis-infused products, and a 25% tax on cannabis with a THC level above 35%.
To a lesser extent, they exist in central and peripheral pain pathways (nerves) which may explain why pain relief is a benefit of cannabinoids, particularly THC.
"It looked like it was all THC because her autopsy showed no physical disease or afflictions that were the cause of her death.
Until last year, medical cannabis products with THC were illegal in the UK.
Toronto pharmaceutical company Ethicann Pharmaceuticals Inc Wednesday announced a development and commercial supply partnership with Ilera Therapeutics LLC for botanical THC for treating chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting.
Typical THC concentration is never above 10 percent in medical cannabis.
Workers comp insurers struggle with the fact that marijuana continues to be an illegal classified drug at the federal level and because the distinction between THC and CBD is so important.