|Growing markets for Hemp Food Products and non-psychotropic Cannabinoid CBD||Monday 17 July, 2017|
Nova-Institute (Germany) in cooperation with HempConsult (Germany) investigated the growing markets for Hemp Food Products along with, in a second market study, the non-psychotropic Cannabinoid CBD, increasingly demanded as food supplement and pharmaceutical.
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|New investigation on Safety and Side Effects of Cannabidiol (CBD)||Monday 17 July, 2017|
The European Industrial Hemp Association (EIHA) has commissioned a new survey on the safety and side effects of Cannabidiol. Kerstin Iffland and Dr. med Franjo Grothenhermen concentrate on clinical studies and possible interactions of Cannabidiol with other drugs. The paper aims to give an update of the extensive survey of...read on
|European Industrial Hemp Association (EIHA) new paper on: Decarboxylation of Tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCA) to active THC||Monday 17 July, 2017|
The Background of this study is as follows: On average hemp food stuffs contain up to 90% of the non-psychoactive THCA. Nonetheless, regulation for THC limits in food often uses total THC = THCA + THC. This leads to an overestimation of the content of psychoactive THC in hemp food....read on
|European Industrial Hemp Association (EIHA) publishes new paper on comparison of EFSA’s rationale behind using uncertainty factors for plant ingredients in food||Wednesday 12 July, 2017|
EIHA assigned nova-Institute the task of analyzing how uncertainty factors are applied to various botanicals by EFSA to possibly detect a political bias towards THC-levels in food. Daniel Kruse, HempConsult GmbH, is a co-author of this important basis for a sound scientifical valuation of this theme complex. The paper is...read on