Dr. Bao Le, Co-founder, and CEO of BAS Research was invited to present at the 2018 Cannabis Summit, where he talked about his personal journey into the cannabis industry, his learnings and the why behind BAS Research.
When in a dispensary or while reading online, you’ve probably noticed that cannabis is usually categorized as one of these three types. Although originating with plant species identification, these labels are now more commonly associated with their respective effects.
For any company, the time to design a suitable packaging for your product is complicated especially with the ever-changing regulations. When you are in business your main goal is to create a recognizable brand and to appeal to your target audience, while also trying to distinguish your products from others. So how exactly do you make your product stand out from the others in a dispensary shelf?
CBD oil is emerging as a powerful supplement with anti-inflammatory properties. CBD oil is an extract derived from hemp or cannabis plants and contains a chemical compound known as “cannabidiol”. CBD is one of over 80 compounds that belong to a class of cannabinoids
It’s a fact that products containing cannabidiol (“CBD”) have gained attention in the market for significant health benefits. Confirmations of its benefits are spreading through the United States, making CBD oil an increased demand to consumers.
The Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC) has released the new cannabis regulations that will regulate the State of California. The new rules will enter into effect on the January 1st, BCC has been holding stakeholder meetings and also gathering public feedback on many of the proposed rules since the last update in the regulations.