Ask Your Lab: What Does a Pass & Non-Detect Really Mean?

By 1 year ago

Congratulations, your lab report just came back with a pass for pesticides. Time to celebrate, right? Well hold on just one minute; what does a pass really mean? In states with regulatory requirements for certain types of analytes, such as pesticides, a pass means that the value of the analyte was found by the testing […]

Focus on HIV: Medical Cannabis Drug Interactions

By 2 years ago

Over 1.2 million individuals in the United States are estimated to be living with HIV. Each year, 50,000 new cases of HIV infection are diagnosed in the U.S. Many patients that have been diagnosed with HIV are receiving treatment with combinations of medications, collectively called antiretrovirals, which target the specific type of virus that causes […]

Understanding the Entourage Effect

By 2 years ago

Photo By: Dope Foto Nevada, like many other new cannabis markets has experienced consumer demand for high THC cannabis flowers. Consumers have associated higher THC numbers with a stronger “high”, but this can be an incorrect correlation. The most potent strains of Jamaican cannabis, known for its long history of superb cannabis cultivation, frequently have THC levels in the 15 to 17% range.

What is the Legal Limit for Marijuana?

By 2 years ago

In 1938, the first Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) law was passed. This law stated that if your BAC was .15 or higher, you were driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI). By 2005, all 50 states made .08 the legal limit. Public service campaigns have drilled that number, .08, into the heads of teenagers taking driver’s education courses, and into the heads of partygoers on New Year’s Eve and St. Patrick’s Day. But what is the “legal limit” for marijuana?