By Elizabeth Jackson / in Marijuana / on Tuesday, 14 Mar 2017 03:06 AM
Cannabis Science Inc (OTCMKTS:CBIS) a U.S. firm specializing in the advancement of cannabis-based drugs announced the anticipated delivery of its first pre-designed greenhouses with tracking and reporting protocols available for delivery this week for California and Nevada operations.
Time to enhance efficiencies
Dr. Allen Herman, the CMO, said that having control over Cannabis Science supply chain will increase efficiencies, counting the cost and time required to have processed items readily available for development into formulations. Observational studies will be soon launched for specific cannabinoid combinations for certain critical ailments. The need is to grow a variety of cannabinoid combinations for testing and formulations.
Moreover, each formulation will target a certain critical ailment and work using a specific delivery mode. It will sport the potency to achieve maximum positive results in subject usage. The company has received multiple emails inquiring about the clinical research timing and the availability of cure options. These inquiries are about the pain management, peripheral neuropathies, COPD and cancer.
All inquiries are entered into in-house database and they will be responding to all as each targeted observational trial officially begins. The trials will comprise some of the more than 500 cannabinoids isolated and noted from Cannabis sativa. These cannabinoids come under the chemical class of terpenophenolics, and 85 out of these 500 cannabinoids have been uniquely recognized in cannabis.
Common crop cannabinoids include tetrahydrocannabinol, cannabidiol, cannabigerol, cannabichromene and cannabinol. The THC pharmacology has been widely assessed, and it is regarded as the prime psychoactive constituent of cannabis. Their in-house database will mark the foundation of PCOR for a variety of critical disorders.
Later, Cannabis Science will develop protocols for their international consortium of South African, European and United States universities and research institutions. It will support research conventions for animal studies and clinical trials for numerous serious clinical ailments concurrently.