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LOS ANGELES, Aug. 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Ziese Farms announces a hemp research partnership and patent licensing agreement with the Rodale Institute, a world leader and pioneer in organic farming.
Ziese Farms is a world leading hemp food company that has achieved first and only known allowances for the use of the hemp leaf for foods such as baby hemp greens. The company has developed IP and patent pending hemp cultivars, raw leaf foods, protein and other products. Ziese Farms believes in the power of the cannabis plant to supply the needs of humanity.
Ziese Farms granted Rodale Institute a license to the hemp/cannabis patents for use in research during the projects. Additionally, Panacea Plant Sciences, a cannabis biotech company, has licensed a patent for hemp cultivation to Rodale Institute and Ziese Farms for the research project.
On June 23, Canada’s cannabis regulatory agency, Health Canada, released a private document requested under the Access to Information Act (AIA), that country’s version of the US government’s Freedom of Information Act.
The document in question was a 2020 safety study of the vape cartridge additive phytol. The study was conducted by Canopy Growth, one of Canada’s largest cannabis companies.
The data contained in that report has rocked the cannabis vaping world.
Phytol is a terpene that’s sometimes used to add flavor to vape cartridges, usually by adding it to a mix of cannabis oil and the common thinning agent propylene glycol.
The AIA request had been requested by David Heldreth, the former chief science officer of True Terpenes, a major phytol reseller. Heldreth’s friend Andrew Freedman, a Canadian citizen and vape expert, actually obtained the report.
BELLEVUE, Wash., Feb. 18, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Panacea Plant Sciences announced that its first patent application for methods to manipulate the yield and growth of cannabis (hemp) plants (US20180279611) has been granted by the USPTO. The award comes at a pivotal moment as the company has recently begun meetings with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to seek new product approvals.
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