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The Future of Hemp: Balancing Between Dietary Nutritional Supplements and Prescriptions Based Products
The future of hemp is being played out on the worldwide stage. Historically these would have been first examined in the scientific laboratory. It is essential to understand the difference between pharmacognosy, small molecule pharmaceuticals, biopharmaceuticals and traditional Chinese medicine on our shelves today. It is critical to pivot to how they are balanced in the hemp-derived products. Is there a difference in the regulations that are developed to protect the potential consumers of these products? What is the possible future?
First, we need to understand the fundamental fact that hemp is an agricultural product. While the chemovars continue to expand both in expansion of the number of compounds and the number of compounds, the critical need for safety is vital. How are the crops being grown? What kind of seeds is being used? What are some reasons for enforcing THCA and potential THC to comply with the current regulatory standards? Why is there so much scientific interest in the increasing number of other compounds such as flavonoids, terpenes, sesquiterpenes, and triterpenes and oxygenated terpenoids?
In a world in which the media is supersaturated with hemp information, how can you choose which is correct? Which is relevant? Which is timely?
There are some simple steps to take to reduce the noise and concentrate on some essential facts.
02:00 Hidden fears and voices as you consider discussing hemp
03:30 General differences in medication available to USA
06:09 FDA: dietary supplements 101
07:40 Dietary supplement regulations from the FDA
16:00 From seed to shelf
22:11 Daffodils flower
32:00 Expanding key factors in choosing concentration technology
37:50 Extraction of natural products
John A. MacKay earned his B.A. in Chemistry at the St. Lawrence University. He also earned his Ph.D. At the University of Vermont, where he focused on Inorganic Chemistry and on the synthesis of cancer fighting compounds. After working in teaching positions at the University of Vermont, Lyndon State College, and Davidson College, John went on to join Waters Corporation in 1983.View the profile
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