PanXchange examines a case study of hemp protein use in retail food products by a company named Craft Foods, and why despite its nutritious and delicious nature, it fails the proverbial economic “taste test” for a large-scale outlet for hemp.
Enjoy a transcript of a conversation between PanXchange’s CEO, Julie Lerner, and Annie Rouse, Co-founder of OP Innovates, Overcome, Hemp Mellow, and Anavii Market, on Lerner’s latest edition of “Between Two Hemp Stalks.”
CSU researchers have determined that growing one ounce of the hemp is equivalent to burning up to 60 liters of petrol.
Nowadays, there are so many acronyms in the cannabis and hemp industry that unfamiliar people may get lost in confusion between the similarities, differences, and unique traits of CBD, CBG, CBC, and CBN. So how does one know which cannabinoid works best for their specific needs? We compiled a short, summarized list of four (although one is contentious) popular non-psychoactive cannabinoids; however, everyone is waiting for the FDA to put their seal of approval on some of the cannabinoids.
The pandemic has made it a tough time for senior citizens who wish to spend time with their loved ones; however, we have one virtual conversation starter that will definitely bring up some things you never knew about your grandparents. “Grandma, do you use hemp products?” Join our conversation with one Colorado 79-year-old grandma who wished not to disclose her name (and may or may not be related to someone in the PanXchange world) as she discusses her relationship and understanding with the hemp industry and the products she’s come to love.
Microdosing has become a common phrase throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. While so many continue to work from home, some have chosen to take advantage of the situation to experiment; however, it’s important to distinguish between the different types of the end goal effects microdosing can have depending on whether you are using THC or CBD. *The Content is not intended to substitute professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek your physician’s advice or other qualified health providers with any questions regarding a medical condition.
November 3, 2020 was a clear win for the cannabis industry. Five states passed legislation that legalized some form of legalized marijuana. Moreover, just today, Congress took a historic move by passing a vote of 228 to 164 to legalize marijuana federally.
An interesting advancement in technology in the oilfield services space is the NOV Ideal e-frac fleet. NOV’s e-frac fleet is the first fully remote-operated frac fleet, and “centralizes knowledge to a single location on the well-pad and removes personnel from hazardous equipment and environments”. E-fleets uses gas-powered turbines to generate electricity to power the pressure pumping equipment. As a result, roughly half the amount of pumping units are needed on location versus a diesel-powered spread, and significant emissions and fuel savings are realized each time a well is completed.
Nowadays, CBD seems to be everywhere you go, from your convenience store Kombucha to your local coffee shops CBD latte, but have you ever stopped to think about the legality behind your drink? It might be time.
The cannabis plant is complex, with over a hundred cannabinoids and terpenes that all have different applications. To those that are outside of the cannabis and hemp industry, the two most well known are THC and CBD. THC, short for Δ-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, produces the well-known users’ “high.” On the other hand, CBD is short for cannabidiol, where users do not experience the psychoactive effect, and more than 60% of CBD users are taking it for anxiety. However, there has been much discussion about whether or not you need THC for CBD to work?