Read an interesting three year study on industrial hemp root zones conducted at the Clemson University Edisto Research and Education Center (EREC) near the town of Blackville, SC, in 2019, 2020, and 2021. Two of The Hemp Mine's cultivars, Luck and Sunset, were used in the study.
Read a feature in the September 2022 edition of Cannabis Science and Technology by Allison Justice and Jason Hupp. My name is Allison Justice, PhD, and I am the founder and CEO of The Hemp Mine, a vertical cannabidiol (CBD) company in South Carolina. I am a plant scientist by trade, and no plant has ever amazed me as does the cannabis plant. Years of suppression due to federal illegality has kept the discovery of this plant in all realms (chemistry, horticulture, and medicine) almost in its infancy. Theindustry needs research to grow in legitimacy and efficiency. Due to hemp now...
With the public perception of cannabis rapidly shifting, we are starting to see adults experimenting in different ways of cannabis consumption. One of the most recent trends in cannabis consumption is making your favorite home-made recipes with a twist: infusing your favorite cannabinoids into them. Typically, if you were to make homemade edibles, you would need to go through the process of decarboxylating your cannabis flower. As we mentioned in a previous blog, CBDA and CBGA: A Potential COVID Killer?, the process of decarboxylation involves heating the cannabis molecules so that the carboxylic acid bond can detach, giving you all...