What are the issues ?
As Cannabis transitions into a legitimate market, increasing scrutiny reveals a marketing facade.
Poor categorizations and dosage discrepancies may lead the consumer to purchase unvalidated products.
Cannabis presents a “botanical conundrum” of multiple and variable active ingredients. As a result, there is trial-and-error Cannabis consumption without accumulated knowledge.
Why is Cannabis science important?
Cannabis users and medical patients, alike, report successful experiences.
Unstudied effects and adverse events generate government hesitancy and labile Cannabis trade prices.
The Cannabis market maintains position in illegal trade in order to stabilize a turbulent transition.
Scientific Validation of Community-Accessible Cannabis Products.
Agronomy Initiative - Exploring cultivation methodology and crop standardization. Identifying Cannabis appellations that produce the best flowers.
Partner: Ellyson Field Science
Nomenclature Initiative - Defining Cannabis product standards for world-wide trade and collaboration.
Partner: 8th Revolution
The Dosing Project - Translating crowd-sourced data into an analysis of botanical dose-effect relationships.
Clinical Correlates: The Cannabis Mind - Investigating Cannabis mood and cognitive effects for therapeutic benefit.
Clinical Correlates: Immunity - Defining immunological role of the Endocannabinoid system (ECS) through Cannabis use.
Partner: Abrams BioConsulting
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CESC Research aims to set industry benchmarks in various areas.
Identifying the active constituents in distinct Cannabis cultivars and manufactured products.
Understanding the therapeutic potential of Cannabis for certain health conditions, as well as the adverse effects of exposure to these ingredients.
Optimizing production processes in order to improve yields and minimize costs.
Creating new and innovative products that better meet consumer needs.
Developing dosing parameters for safe and precise Cannabis effects.
Instituting evidence-based practices that give confidence to physicians