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Hemp shows promise in cleanup of toxic chemicals used in many products

University researchers in Michigan are studying hemp for its potential to clean up soil contaminated with per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), manufactured chemicals that have drawn close scrutiny by environmental and health agencies. Read more at:


Naloxone Alternative: CBD (Cannabidiol) Compounds Could Reverse Opioid Overdoses

Pictured: CBD (yellow stick structure) interferes with binding of an opioid (green and red) by stabilizing an opioid receptor (gray) in its inactive form. Read more at:


Study Reveals How Cannabidiol Counters Epileptic Seizures

This microscope image of the brain region called the hippocampus shows the protein targeted by cannabis-derived CBD, GPR55 (red), and brain cells (blue) that send their extensions out to form the layers seen in the image. Read more at:


Minnesota OKs hemp-derived delta-8 and delta-9 THC, bans other synthetics

Minnesota’s new cannabis law has legalized both high-producing delta-8 and delta-9 THC derived from industrial hemp, and will allow such products to be widely available to consumers. Read more at:


6 Potential Health Benefits of Music Therapy

Listening to songs, singing along, and even crafting your own tunes under the guidance of a music therapist may improve your physical and mental well-being. Read more at:


The first (real) business opportunity for hemp: Grow it, then burn it

As sustainability continues to go mainstream, industries are shifting priorities to focus on climate challenges and social impact in their strategic development plans. Read more at:


Antiviral activities of hemp cannabinoids

Hemp is an understudied source of pharmacologically active compounds and many unique plant secondary metabolites including more than 100 cannabinoids. Read more at:


USDA study shows hempseed cake ‘viable alternative’ for cattle feed

Hempseed cake is a highly nutritious viable alternative feed source for cattle, a study by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has found. Read more at:


Cancer & the CB2 Receptor

A compound in cauliflower, cabbage, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, and other leafy greens exerts anti-cancer effects through the endocannabinoid system. Read More at:


Hempseed-derived feed for horses, chickens approved in Texas

Texas agriculture officials have approved hempseed-derived feed for chickens and horses, and authorized the state feed agency to set regulations for such products. Read more at: