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#127 – Researching CBD Bioavailability and Absorption with Tiffany Weir of Colorado State University
Dr. Tiffany Weir was part of a team of researchers at Colorado State University who recently conducted a groundbreaking study on the bioavailability and absorption rates of CBD in water and oil-soluble forms. We discuss the results of the study, and its implications for further research into CBD's potential to positively impact the human gut microbiome and reduce symptoms of inflammatory gut diseases.
Phytochemical and plant-based medicinesImpact on absorption of water-soluble vs oil-soluble formsPotential impacts of research resultsCBD's initial promise as a anti-inflammatoryLinks of Interest
Connect with Dr. Tiffany Weir on ResearchGateDr. Tiffany Weir's Bio Page at Colorado State UniversityThe Caliper CBD pilot study: Evaluation of Pharmacokinetics and Acute Anti‐Inflammatory Potential of Two Oral Cannabidiol Preparations in Healthy AdultsSummary of Caliper CBD Bioavailability Study
#126: Intellectual Property Protection in the Cannabis Industry with Dr. Dale Hunt of Breeder's Best
Why would someone copyright a cannabis strain? CBD School's Jenn Procacci talks with Dr. Dale Hunt, founder of Breeder's Best, plant scientist, and patent attorney, about intellectual property protection for independent cannabis breeders.
Breeder's Best is the first cannabis company to focus on developing intellectual property, otherwise known as IP protection, for independent cannabis plant breeders. Establishing intellectual property protection enables licensing opportunities and a whole new business model for cannabis scientists.
Breeder's Best Website: https://breedersbest.com/Podcast Transcript: https://www.cbdschool.com/126-intellectual-property-protection-in-the-cannabis-industry
#125: How to Navigate the Complex CBD Regulatory Landscape with Jonathan Havens, Attorney and Former FDA Lawyer
In this episode, we speak with Jonathan Havens, an attorney with Saul Ewing Arnstein and Lehr, based in Baltimore, Maryland. Jonathan has a unique background, he started his legal career with the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and now specializes in providing legal advice to companies on how to navigate the complex and ever-changing cannabis, hemp, and CBD regulatory environment.
In this episode, we explore current regulations, how the FDA and FTC are enforcing them, and how companies can avoid the regulatory agencies’ crosshairs. We also discuss how the industry can push the Federal Government for change to make operating conditions more business-friendly.
Current Federal regulations, why they exist, and the importance of ingestible vs non-ingestible CBD productsThe roles of the FDA and FTC in enforcing current regulationsHow these agencies are currently enforcing regulations and how to avoid their warning letters and finesHow Delta-8 is likely to be viewed by the regulatory agencies The 0.3% THC limit and how this is regulated by the FDALinks of Interest:
Jonathan Havens on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathan-havens-9237831 Delta-8: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delta-8-Tetrahydrocannabinol H.R.841 - legalization of CBD for use as an ingestible supplement: https://www.congress.gov/bill/117th-congress/house-bill/841 H.R.1595 - Secure And Fair Enforcement Banking Act of 2019: https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/house-bill/1595/text
#124: Mental health and Cannabis with Dr. Jacob Vigil
Many use cannabis to help manage their mental health. Dr. Jacob Vigil, associate professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of New Mexico and Director of the Medical Cannabis Research Fund, has dedicated his career to studying the intersection of cannabis and mental health. Learn how cannabis can help replace psychotropic medications.
Medical Cannabis Research Fund of the University of New Mexico https://mcrf.unm.edu/Cannabis Connection University YouTube channel https://bit.ly/3dPH4Bs
#123: Jamie Hall, Author of Alternative Alchemy and Cooking with CBD and Cannabis
Want to learn to cook with CBD? Join Host Jenn Procacci and Alternative Alchemy Author Jamie Hall as we explore her new publication, "Alternative Alchemy: Recipes and Mindful Baking with CBD, Herbs, and Adaptogens".
Jamie gives us a glimpse into her own journey with CBD and cannabis and shares important tips for cooking with CBD.
You can follow Jamie on IG @altalchemy
Learn more about CBD at www.cbdschool.com
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#122: Farming hemp for the first time with Len Mackey
After a short break, we return to guest Len Mackey of Shima Hill Hemp Farm located in Canton, New York
Hemp: the newest addition to the world of small scale farming. Curious what all the buzz is about? What's it like to grow this crop that is basically the same as cannabis... but legal? Join us to find out.
We discuss Len's spiritual approach to small scale hemp farming along with shifting community attitudes around cannabis and more.
To get in touch with Len, you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org and visit his YouTube channel Ancient Earth SkillsEpisode music by "Beats and Watson". To hear more of their tunes, visit https://philadelphiaslick.bandcamp.com/Visit our sponsor The Base Sound Creations to start podcasting the right way now!Email Jenn @ email@example.com and check out https://www.wildlandcannabis.com/
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CBD School does such a good job covering a variety of topics. The guests offer valuable insight as well. I would recommend this podcast to anyone looking to be inspired and informed!
Interviews are great!
Love these podcasts especially the interviews. As an owner of a CBD company myself it’s always interesting to hear the different paths into the CBD/cannabis industry and how these companies got started and operate today