About the talk
Science has transformed the world of cannabinoids. CBD was once a relatively obscure, banned substance. But scientific research landed this compound in the hands of physicians, engineers, lawmakers, and consumers. In fact, research fuels innovation. Designers rely on emerging scientific evidence to develop cannabinoid products that meet the needs of an evolving market. Where is the science of CBD today? The past year’s breakthroughs in CBD research include medication interactions, epilepsy, neuroscience, dermatological applications, mental health disorders, addiction/relapse, and biochemistry. This council of established scientists will push your company to the cutting edge of chemical/medical advancement in the field. Critics often point out that CBD claims are ahead of science. But knowledge is power.
05:02 Human studies
10:55 Testing CBD in a lab
15:37 Tricky side
20:32 Clinical trials
25:27 What is right?
29:29 Immediate response
34:56 Industry examples
As an alternative to traditional drugs, functional food and dietary supplements can help in the prevention or treatment of several diseases. Based on my education and experience in the fields of nutrition, biochemistry, and molecular biology, I am developing biological assays assessing the real efficiency of natural ingredients. These assays are used for the formulation and validation of claim substantiation. To test the efficacy of natural ingredients and to develop effective nutraceuticals I founded DSTest Laboratories at Purdue Research Park. I published more than 90 scientific peer-reviewed papers, book chapters and articles describing molecular mechanism of activity and efficiency testing of natural products and dietary supplements. I am an invited speaker at international and national scientific meetings where I present recent discoveries how natural compounds improve human health on the cellular level.View the profile
Dr. Becky Lynn is the CEO and Founder of Evora Women's Health in Chesterfield, Missouri. She is also an Adjunct Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Saint Louis University. She specializes in menopausal issues including hormone replacement therapy and weight loss. She is a certified menopause physician and a trained sexual counselor. She also treats sexual problems in women, including painful sex, low libido and orgasm difficulties. Dr. Lynn is currently the Immediate Past President of the St. Louis Gynecological Society and a local leader in women's health. She sits on the board of the International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health (ISSWSH) for which she is also the Chairman of the Advocacy Committee. She is a nationally and internationally known speaker on topics related to women's sexual health. She has developed a YouTube Channel to provide women with education regarding healthy sexuality. Dr. Lynn’s research focuses on the effects of Marijuana on sexual function in women. Her article “The Relationship between Marijuana Use Prior to Sex and Sexual Function in Women” has been published in the journal Sexual Medicine. She has presented her research both nationally and internationally, presenting at the ISSWSH conference in Atlanta and at the International Society for the Study of Sexual Medicine (ISSM) conference in Beijing, China.View the profile
Travis Chrisman is President/CEO of two companies that are making a big splash in payment processing as well as CBD.View the profile
Michael Flemmens, a scientist with over 20 years of product development and technical support experience, drives key research projects and provides leadership in the medical space for SōRSE. Prior to SōRSE, he served as Director of Corporate Technology Development for Secant Group, LLC, a leader in next-generation biomaterials, structures, and medical textiles that enable restoration of the human body. Michael has worked on a patented new cancer treatment, had a Type IV Drug Master File approved by the FDA, and received JECFA approval for a new food ingredient. He also designed the build-out of seven novel manufacturing lines and has held multiple government contracts for novel security products.View the profile
Cannabis breeder and plant scientist specializing in Horticultural Production doing studies at the University of Minnesota. A life long plant enthusiast trained in traditional North American, Lakota Sioux and Ayurvedic herbal medicine. Herbal medicine utilizes the secondary metabolisms of plants to foster good health. These constituents often amount to terpenes, tannins and specialized secretions, which are produced in most plants as part of a natural process to protect growth in midst of adverse conditions (weather, pests) or promote the next phase of growth (seeding, pollination). Understanding what internal and external mechanisms that drive these processes from seed to flower, is paramount in successful horticultural production.View the profile
Okay, good morning everybody. But that's not an issue. My name is Bryant. I'll be moderating this amazing discussion on cannabinoid science to Cutting Edge in, what's going on currently in this state of affairs, I am a Horticultural researcher from the University of Minnesota I study cannabis and the inputs necessary for great production and further research is always necessary. I'll let these people introduce themselves will start right here. Oh well just for Women's Health in St. Louis I'm also an adjunct associate professor of Ob-Gyn
at Saint Louis University and Myra Research focuses on the effects of cannabinoids on sexual function and also women and also more recently on pelvic pain and painful sex. Call Mike Clements on the vice president of technical business development for a company called Source technology. Essentially a delivery system for functional gredients. In this case it would be cannabinoids and Associated terpenes and other photo cannabinoids. My background is on my, buy a chemist by training and spent my 25-plus years under the