Folium Biosciences in the News
How the Legalization of Marijuana Affects Your Skin
An emerging batch of cannabis-laced pain relievers and skin smoothers may prove to be more than just smoke and mirrors.
There was one undeniable high note in last fall’s election results: the passing of pro-pot legislation in California, Nevada, North Dakota, Florida, Maine, Massachusetts, and Arkansas, which made some form of marijuana use—either medical or recreational—legal, or soon to be legal, in a total of 29 states. Ever since the drug began being gradually decriminalized state by state 20 years ago, entrepreneurs in areas with the most relaxed laws have seized upon the, er, growth opportunities, infusing extracts of the plant into everything from dog treats to chewing gum to bath salts. And now that it’s permissible to consume the stuff in certain bars and restaurants in Denver,
Terpenes and Testing Magazine
Denver To Regulate Hemp Oil Manufacturing
In April of 2017 the Denver Department of Environmental Health (DEH) published guidance for hemp manufacturers in the city and restricted the sale of CBD products originating from unregulated sources. By July the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) were accepting applications for edible CBD manufacturers.