Poland researchers believe CBD may help save bees from catastrophic population loss.
Although research in the U.S. has been limited for decades, researchers around the globe are leading the charge.
The perfect catch-22? The current legal status of cannabis prevents the clinical trials necessary to meet lawmakers' demands for more research.
Researching the link between gut health and the ECS.
As research continues to unveil the mysteries of cannabis, the Entourage Effects gains credibility.
In this episode of Cultivate, Genifer Murray talks cannabinoid supplements, delivery, and toxic metals with Dr. Shade, CEO of QuickSilver Scientific.
Who's who in cannabis research? These are the names you should know.
In the world of cannabis consumption, what’s good for the goose isn’t always what’s good for the gander.
Californian cannabis research lab ABSTRAX has discovered the origins of the beloved gassy aroma of cannabis.
There is so much excitement about the medicinal applications of the plant; countries like Israel, Thailand, and Canada are already becoming meccas for this green wave of research.
Research out of Italy proves there's much to learn about cannabis.
Unbiased scientific research means looking for benefits, as well as risks.
AXIM Biotechnologies, Sapphire Biotech, Inc., gains exclusive license for cancer-fighting patents.
Considered safe by the FDA, terpenes present untapped potential in the cannabis and hemp industries.
As precursors to the cannabinoids we know, what exactly are acidic cannabinoids, what are the benefits, and how can the industry capitalize on the lesser-known compounds?
Cannabis science finally joins forces with modern science after decades of federal embargoes.
Cannabicyclol (CBL), a minor cannabinoid, synthesizes as cannabis ages.
THCv is a minor cannabinoid gaining major attention.
Another link in the entourage effect, CBC holds vast potential for the therapeutic use of cannabinoids.
To fill a void left by federal funding, American research centers, and internationally respected universities are stepping up.