The laboratory is both one of the most active and one of the most critical rooms in a GMP facility. The laboratory generates all the quality control reporting necessary to prove the quality of your final products. Laboratories have diverse diagnostic equipment pertinent to your operation, and depending on your budget, these tools can increase self-sufficiency and accuracy. Organizing the lab right is another step in your Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) approval process that will guide your product quality and innovations.
The UK are seen as pioneers in climate action and are vocal supporters of the Paris Agreement. A backdated agreement to 1990 sees the Government committed to reducing emissions by a whopping 78% by the year 2035. This would be a monumental achievement but nobody is addressing the elephant in the room, cannabis.
More and more US states are taking steps to ban the psychoactive cannabinoid Delta-8 THC. This compound has a similar structure to the conventional cannabinoid Delta-9 THC and has been increasingly used in commercial cannabis products in recent months.
The recent announcement by the state of Colorado proposed that all marijuana concentrates in electronic cannabais delivery systems (ECDS) must be tested for heavy metal contaminants in the emitted aerosol
There are hundreds, perhaps thousands, of companies involved in the Δ8THC segment of the hemp industry. Due to an oversupply in the market of hemp biomass, hemp extract, and CBD, we have seen a precipitous drop in both prices and profits for these commodities. In contrast, Δ8THC sales are exploding. For this reason, some contend that Δ8THC is singlehandedly saving the hemp industry from economic annihilation. Others, however, contend that Δ8THC is dangerous to the hemp industry’s reputation.