Hemp medicine

The Two Sides of Hemp: Medical and Industrial

The Guest Editor of Journal of Cannabis Research, Dr Nirit Bernstein, is pleased to launch a new thematic series titled, “The Two Sides of Hemp: Medical and Industrial”.

We are interested in both original research and review papers, especially those that address developing medical and commercial uses of hemp and hemp products (such as cannabidiol) or differences between hemp and psychoactive cannabis.
Specific topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • History, ethnobotany and domestication
  • Genetics, genomics, breeding, and synthetic biology
  • Plant Biology
  • Chemistry of hemp
  • CBD : medical effects, production and regulation
  • Hemp production and management
  • Fibre hemp
  • Seed and oils
  • New materials developed from hemp
  • Plant-microbe interactions
  • Current status: regulation and policy

The Desert Whale: the boom and bust of hemp in Arizona

This paper examines the factors that led to the collapse of hemp grown for cannabidiol (CBD) in Arizona, the United States of America (USA), and particularly in Yuma County, which is a well-established agricul.

Authors: Anastasia K. Stats, Ken G. Sweat, Robert N. Masson, Kendra D. Conrow, Amy E. Frazier and Maxwell C. K. Leung

Chemical constituents of industrial hemp roots and their anti-inflammatory activities

Although the chemical constituents of the aerial parts of Cannabis have been extensively studied, phytochemicals of Cannabis roots are not well characterized. Herein, we investigated the chemical constituents of .

High-throughput methods to identify male Cannabis sativa using various genotyping methods

Cannabis sativa is a primarily dioecious angiosperm that exhibits sexual developmental plasticity. Developmental genes for staminate male flowers have yet to be elucidated; however, there are regions of male-asso.

Authors: Anthony Torres, Christopher Pauli, Robert Givens, Jason Argyris, Keith Allen, Amparo Monfort and Reginald J. Gaudino

Online information on medical cannabis is not always aligned with scientific evidence and may raise unrealistic expectations

There is a growing literature on the potential medical uses of Cannabis sativa and cannabinoid compounds. Although these have only been approved by regulatory agencies for a few indications, there is a hype about.

Authors: Arthur Cassa Macedo, André Oliveira Vilela de Faria, Isabella Bizzi, Fabrício A. Moreira, Alessandro Colasanti and Pietro Ghezzi

Examining impairment and kinetic patterns associated with recent use of hemp-derived Δ 8 -tetrahydrocannabinol: case studies

As a result of the legalization of U.S. industrial hemp production in late 2018, products containing hemp-derived Δ 8 -tetrahydrocannabinol (Δ 8 -THC) are increasing in popularity. Little, however, is known regarding.

Label accuracy of unregulated cannabidiol (CBD) products: measured concentration vs. label claim

The legalization of hemp in the USA has led to tremendous growth in the availability of hemp-derived products, particularly cannabidiol (CBD) products. The lack of regulatory oversight in this industry has res.

A bibliometric analysis of the cannabis and cannabinoid research literature

Cannabis refers to a plant in the family Cannabaceae, which has been used medically, recreationally, and industrially. The last two decades, in particular, have seen a large increase in the volume of literatur.

Growing ganja permission: a real gate-way for Thailand’s promising industrial crop?

The current revision to Thailand’s Narcotics Act (B.E. 2563) permits Thai corporations to produce cannabis (ganja) for therapeutic purposes, as well as conduct beneficial research and development in science an.

Authors: Sarana Rose Sommano, Tibet Tangpao, Tanachai Pankasemsuk, Voranate Ponpanumas, Yuthana Phimolsiripol, Pornchai Rachtanapun and Shashanka K. Prasad

CBD-enriched cannabis for autism spectrum disorder: an experience of a single center in Turkey and reviews of the literature

Autism spectrum disorder is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by deficits in communication, social interaction, restricted interest, and repetitive behaviors. Although more cases are being diagnosed.

Cannabidiol oxidation product HU-331 is a potential anticancer cannabinoid-quinone: a narrative review

Cannabidiol and related cannabinoids are under exploration for the treatment of a number of disease states. The cannabinoid-quinone HU-331 has been studied as a potential anticancer therapeutic. Previous studi.

Medical cannabis for the treatment of fibromyalgia syndrome: a retrospective, open-label case series

The use of cannabis for treating fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS) has not been comprehensively investigated. Thus, we have assessed the efficacy and adverse events (AEs) of short- and long-term medical cannabis (MC.

Trends in intellectual property rights protection for medical cannabis and related products

The purpose of this review is to advance the field of applied cannabis research by providing insights into the patenting of medical cannabis and current intellectual property rights (IPR) data.

Feline cognitive dysfunction as a model for Alzheimer’s disease in the research of CBD as a potential treatment—a narrative review

With the improvement in modern medicine, the world’s human and feline (Felis catus, the domestic cat) population is aging. As the population grows older, there is an increase of age-related diseases, such as Alzh.

Regulatory sampling of industrial hemp plant samples (Cannabis sativa L.) using UPLC-MS/MS method for detection and quantification of twelve cannabinoids

In 2018, the Farm Bill mandated the United States Department of Agriculture to develop regulations governing the cultivation, processing, and marketing of industrial hemp. Industrial hemp is defined as Cannabis s.

Authors: Erin C. Berthold, Rui Yang, Abhisheak Sharma, Shyam H. Kamble, Siva R. Kanumuri, Tamara I. King, Raluca Popa, Joshua H. Freeman, Zachary T. Brym, Bonnie A. Avery and Christopher R. McCurdy

A single nucleotide polymorphism assay sheds light on the extent and distribution of genetic diversity, population structure and functional basis of key traits in cultivated north American cannabis

The taxonomic classification of Cannabis genus has been delineated through three main types: sativa (tall and less branched plant with long and narrow leaves), indica (short and highly branched plant with broader.

Authors: Philippe Henry, Surender Khatodia, Karan Kapoor, Britni Gonzales, Alexis Middleton, Kevin Hong, Aaron Hilyard, Steve Johnson, Davis Allen, Zachary Chester, Dan Jin, José Carlos Rodriguez Jule, Iain Wilson, Manu Gangola, Jason Broome, Deron Caplan…

Minnesota wild hemp: a crucial botanical source in early cannabinoid discovery

Renewed and sustained Cannabis chemistry exploration was initiated by Roger Adams at the University of Illinois Chemistry Department with cooperation from the Treasury Department Narcotics Laboratory in the early.

Cannabinoids infused mouthwash products are as effective as chlorhexidine on inhibition of total-culturable bacterial content in dental plaque samples

Dental plaque is a global health problem affecting people of various age groups. Cannabinoids are gaining enormous research attention due to its beneficial properties for various applications. A preliminary ob.

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