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
About the talk
In this session, John MacKay from NewBridge Global Ventures talks about the classification, types of cannabis crops, the best extraction, and answer the questions.
01:15 Botanical Material Integrity
08:23 Apple and egg products
11:17 Type 3 cannabis crops are greater than type 2
18:22 Best concentration processes
20:09 Going to a cannabis show to explore technology?
21:53 Genes and environment influence the quantity
26:04 Transition in cannabis analytics
30:48 Classification table
38:26 Research about classification
40:46 A general workflow in isolation & purification
43:45 Three main types of trichomes in the cannabis plant
46:13 What is your business plan’s focus?
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So I might decide I don't know how to grow. I can kill a plastic plant. This is not you know, so then you have to say maybe we have something else to do right now, but I have to see if they have the social changes just changer. I guess I'll go this way and see what it does. I'll go the other way and see what that does. It just won't touch it. I'll do this that works so we can talk about a little bit of an introduction. And then we're just going to talk about what the classification is. We're going to talk a little bit about crude put his crude. Let us be crude.
Cuz every single plant comes from a different part of the varieties and what you're trying to grow is important, but it's also heading towards what you're seeing for a formulation Centric whenever anyone asked me by what's the best extraction we'll talk about that. The best extraction is only you keep the Integrity of the plant that you're making but you're always starting off with formulations Centric. What does a patient need? What does what are you trying to make what attribute are you trying to solve and from there then you move back through because you
have all of these differences. You have to get used to the fact I'm going to move you have all of these different things are the major components in a plant and the cannabis plant just happen to have it a lot of these cannabinoids, but it's got sesquiterpenes. Just got terpenes flavonoid sugar pigment chlorophyll fat. All the typical things that a plant has and yet you're trying to point on the industry whose move more and more and I realize it's brutal, but they're taking the tusks off the elephant. Just leaving it there. And so some of the things that I'm seeing is that the THC