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Whitepaper: Does CBD Really Harm the Liver?Both the FDA and EFSA have raised several concerns about CBD as supplements and as an ingredient in food and drinks, citing potential liver damage as a possible side effect. Is CBD really that toxic to the liver? To find out, toxicologist Cristelle Santos looks at the scientific evidence.
Whitepaper: A Summary of the Legal Status and Regulatory Pathways to Market for Cannabinoid Products in the UK MarketBroughton summarises the regulatory pathways available for cannabinoid products in the UK market and the legal requirements for each potential market route.
Whitepaper: Review of the degradation pathways of cannabinoids, the potential impact on medicinal and consumer products, and discussion of mitigation solutionsIn this whitepaper, Broughton discusses the susceptibility of cannabinoids to degrade and summarizes the main degradation pathways of the primary cannabinoid products on the market; tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and Cannabidiol (CBD).
Whitepaper: The importance of the human endocannabinoid system when developing therapeutic cannabis productsTo develop cannabis products that can both enhance the quality of life of cannabis users and comply with current and future regulations, we believe that fi rst we need to understand what cannabis is, how people use it, and how it affects the human body and mind. This white paper aims to provide essential but concise information about these areas, supported by scientific evidence.
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Cannabidiol (CBD) is the second most prevalent active ingredient (the first being tetrahydrocannabinol or THC) in the cannabis plant (e.
Introduction The increasing popularity and availability of cannabidiol (CBD) products has raised concerns regarding their safety, quality control, ....