The Dosing Project™
Safety surveillance of community-accessible Cannabis products.
The Dosing Project™ investigates Cannabis use parameters for all indications.
“Our Dosing Project proposes solutions for the safety and efficacy of accessible Cannabis formulations.”
Dr. Jean Talleyrand
What is the Dosing Project™?
Cannabis consumers are engaging in trial and error practices in search of the correct formulation and dosage for a desired effects. The Dosing Project™ solicits crowd-sourced responses from community Cannabis users and categorically predicts dose-effect relationship, screening for adverse effects. This initiative reports on Cannabis product safety and efficacy for public benefit. Cannabis product certification benefits industry manufacturers, government regulators, investors, educators, retailers, and consumers
How does it work?
The Dosing Project™ combines community derived characterization of Cannabis products with a proprietary algorithm using advanced laboratory analysis.
Dosing Project™ Analysis:
curates data on adverse events
provides vetted conclusions on dose-effect
allows for public product comparisons
describes interactive effects between multiple active constituents
Go in depth with Dr. John Abrams Ph.D. as he presents the results of the Dosing Project™ Proof-of-Concept (POC)
Validates Cannabis Products
Develops Consumer Community
Expedites Botanical Formulation Development
The Dosing Project™ evaluates botanical products in a real world setting.
The CESC’s translational approach advances the science of botanical drug product development.
The Dosing Project™ Sponsored trials are IRB approved and identified on clinicaltrials.gov