We’re Watching the FDA’s Hearing on CBD So You Don’t Have To

By submitting this form, you will be subscribed to news and promotional emails from Leafly and you agree to Leafly’s Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. You can unsubscribe from Leafly email messages anytime. After 10 hours of testimony about cannabidiol (CBD) from more than 100 stakeholders, two things are clear: The American public has a strong desire for CBD products, and too many CBD manufacturers are delivering shoddy goods. googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.defineSlot(“/43459271/nat-external/leafly.com/Mobile/Medrec”, [300, 250], “leafly-dfp-ad-widget-mobile-medium-rectangle-505867439″) .defineSizeMapping(googletag.sizeMapping() .addSize([0,0], [300,250]) .addSize([768,0], []) .build()) .addService(googletag.pubads()); googletag.pubads().collapseEmptyDivs(); googletag.pubads().enableSingleRequest(); googletag.enableServices(); }); On Friday, FDA Acting Commissioner Ned Sharpless kicked off the agency’s historic first-ever public hearing on CBD by noting that “we’ve seen an explosion of interest in products including CBD, [but] there is much we don’t know.” There’s plenty we do know, however, and many of those facts were aired at the hearing...

HSLA Steel Market Trending to $19 Billion Register ico-supplier ico-white-paper-case-study ico-product ico-cad

Welcome to Thomas Insights — every day, we publish the latest news and analysis to keep our readers up to date on what’s happening in industry. Sign up here to get the day’s top stories delivered straight to your inbox. Reports and Data recently unveiled findings showing that the global market for high strength low alloy (HSLA) steel is projected to grow from its current value of $10.12 billion to $18.95 billion by 2026. HSLA is a type of carbon steel where small amounts of alloys are added to increase its strength, provide better corrosion resistance, and improve mechanical properties in comparison to regular carbon steel. Copyright© 2019 Thomas Publishing Company. All Rights Reserved. See Terms and Conditions, Privacy Statement and California Do Not Track Notice. Website Last Modified June 12, 2019. Thomas Register® and Thomas Regional® are part of ThomasNet.com. ThomasNet Is A Registered Trademark Of Thomas Publishing Company. Cable Tray, Wire Mesh Cable Tray, Cable Trunking – Besca,https://www.bescatray.com/

The moon blocked out the sun over Indonesia and nearby regions on March 9, 2016 in

The moon blocked out the sun over Indonesia and nearby regions on March 9, 2016 in a total solar eclipse that wowed stargazers across southeast Asia. See photos from the amazing sun event here. THIS IMAGE: The total solar eclipse of 2016 reaches totality in this still image from a NASA webcast on March 8, 2016 from Woleai Island in Micronesia, where it was March 9 local time during the eclipse. Justin Ng led a group of eight first-time eclipse photographers when he captured the images for this eclipse collage early on March 9 in Palu, Indonesia. He took the photos with a Canon 7D at 400mm with a DIY solar filter. Astrophotographer Akash Anandh employed a telescope at the National University of Singapore to take one photo of the solar eclipse, but for this shot he tells Space.com in an email message that he used a 75-300mm telephoto lens. Image taken March 8, 2016. Astrophotographer Pongpat Sensouphone sent in a photo of the March 8, 2016, total solar eclipse taken in Vientiane, Laos. Astrophotographer Tommi Principe captured the total solar eclipse of March 8, 2016, in Cainta, The Philippines. He used welder’s glass to make the photograph. Astrophotographer Ben Ali Tolenti...

Armenia’s capital, Yerevan, is one of the world’s oldest continually inhabited cities—29 years older than Rome.

Armenia’s capital, Yerevan, is one of the world’s oldest continually inhabited cities—29 years older than Rome. Throughout its 2,800-year history, kingdoms, invasions, Communism, and dictatorships have come and gone. In 2018, Armenia’s Velvet Revolution, a series of peaceful protests, ushered in government reforms and a newfound sense of optimism. Today, Yerevan is a city of one million, with a European ambience, lined with wide boulevards and sidewalk cafes. After independence from the Soviet Union in 1991, Armenia became a place of pride and pilgrimage for the world’s 7-10-million strong Armenian diaspora (far larger than Armenia’s population of around 3 million). Now, it welcomes more and more visitors annually. Yerevan is cosmopolitan, safe, and affordable—with museums, hotels, overly generous portions of food and wine, and even a night at the opera going for friendly prices. Visit! In the last few years, Armenia has granted citizens from a long list of countries, including the United States, visa-free entry. There are no fees or paperwork for visitors as long as they have a valid passport, and tourists can stay in the country for up to six months—a generous time-frame. Dail...

Overpressure Protection: Consider Low Temperature Effects in Design

Understanding the inherent limitations of current overpressure protection analyses is key to developing a more robust heuristic In designing and sizing relief-device and effluent-handling systems, one commonly overlooked aspect of the performance is examining the potential for low temperatures that can cause the components of the system to reach temperatures below their respective, minimum-design metal temperatures (MDMT), which may result in brittle fracture with subsequent loss of containment. This article points out limitations of the typical overpressure-protection-analysis philosophy, discusses common sources of low temperatures for further investigation, and addresses possible design remedies for MDMT concerns. The primary objectives of a process engineering evaluation of an effluent handling system (such as a flare system) include ensuring that operation of the pressure relief devices discharging into the collection system (flare headers, for example) is not adversely affected; and that the effluent handling equipment are properly designed to perform safely. The results of an overpressure-protection design are the primary input for this engineering evaluation; however, th...

Augmented Revenues To Be Witnessed By Antimagnetic Stripping Pliers Market By 2027

The “Antimagnetic Stripping Pliers Market” globally is a standout amongst the most emergent and astoundingly approved sectors. This worldwide market has been developing at a higher pace with the development of imaginative frameworks and a developing end-client tendency. The worldwide Antimagnetic Stripping Pliers market is an enlarging field for top market players BOSI TOOLS, OPT, JETECH TOOL, GEM YEAR, EKF, BRITX, SATA, STANLEY, Keiba. This report gives an exhaustive appraisal of the Antimagnetic Stripping Pliers market driving components, which are perceived reliant on the requests of end-client, variable changes in the market, preventive components, and administrative understanding. Click here to access the report:: www.marketresearchstore.com/report/global-antimagnetic-stripping-pliers-market-data-survey-report-441999#RequestSample The Antimagnetic Stripping Pliers market sections are extensively bifurcated on steady data, for example, improvement, quality, dependability, end-client requests, uses, and The strike of the global Antimagnetic Stripping Pliers market is mentioned in the part of those areas, It demonstrates various segments Adjustable End Wire Strippers, Automat...

Last night, as I drove to the spot where I run in the woods like a

Last night, as I drove to the spot where I run in the woods like a creepy person with something to hide, a silver Chevy Spark drove past. The owner of this sub-subcompact model, which has so far managed to avoid Mary Barra’s axe, had outfitted his pint-sized ride with fairly presentable aftermarket wheels. You know the ones: black spokes, chrome outer rim. Not obnoxiously oversized, either. This driver was motoring with precision and purpose, making good use of his 98 horses. It got me thinking. Clearly, this was all the car the driver could afford (base Canadian MSRP: $9,995 before destination), but he wanted to make it special. Just a little bit better. He wanted to put a personal stamp on his econobox; make it something he could be proud of. And you know what? That’s great. It made me a little nostalgic of my first car purchase, but it also got me me thinking about the car that didn’t make the cut. Often, when buying your very first car, the slate of candidates dwindles down to just two entries, each teetering on either ends of the scale. Different pros and cons. Differing outputs, content, and perhaps purpose. With exceedingly sparse checking accounts bankrolling this purch...

London – She didn’t see it coming, or hear it. At about five o’clock on an

London – She didn’t see it coming, or hear it. At about five o’clock on an August afternoon, Sakine Cihan started crossing a road near her home in East London. She never made it to the other side as a 30-year-old man riding a bicycle crashed into her and knocked her violently to the ground.  As Cihan, 56, lay seriously injured, cradled in the arms of passers-by, the cyclist fled the scene. Sadly, two weeks after the accident, it was announced that she had died. The number of pedestrians killed or seriously hurt by cyclists in Britain has doubled in the past decade – there were three deaths and 457 injuries in 2016 – yet there is something that makes Cihan’s case unique: she is the first person in the UK to have been hit and killed not by a normal bicycle, but by an electric bicycle. Heavy, silent and extremely rapid, these new machines – known as e-bikes – are attracting growing controversy as sales in Britain soar. According to critics, they are little more than unlicensed motorcycles, capable of being modified to reach speeds of 50km/h or more, and a great danger to road users and pedestrians. Billed as suitable for young and old alike, bicy...

Essential oils are a great source of benefits, providing not just a scent to the products

Essential oils are a great source of benefits, providing not just a scent to the products but, above all, being functional to guarantee the activity and the performance of the product itself. Essential oils are naturally derived and can be inconsistent, as all ingredients coming from nature, but their beauty is also in that. They are also rich in allergens, the so famous ingredients that are defined by the Cosmetic Legislation, the one responsible for skin reactions. In addition, pure essential oils can “burn” the skin: this is why the one available on the market are dissolved in oils that do not have skin reaction.  On the other hand, synthetic fragrances, that may have also a natural portion, are much more consistent and consistency is guaranteed batch by batch, but on top, being modified in lab, can be more gentle on the skin. The best option to guarantee consistency of the fragrance and safety for the consumers is for sure the combination of the two – having fragrances that are “natural identic”, combining the properties of the essential oils and the safety of synthetic fragrances. Davines products are the best representation of that. In my opinion, natural is best. I ...

In this report, the Asia-Pacific Cyclodextrin market is valued at USD XX million in 2017 and

In this report, the Asia-Pacific Cyclodextrin market is valued at USD XX million in 2017 and is expected to reach USD XX million by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of XX% between 2017 and 2025. Asia-Pacific Cyclodextrin market has been broken down by major regions, with complete market estimates on the basis of products/applications on a regional basis. Browse full research report at https://www.crystalmarketreport.com/asia-pacific-cyclodextrin-market-report-2018 In this report, the Asia-Pacific Cyclodextrin market is valued at USD XX million in 2017 and is expected to reach USD XX million by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of XX% between 2017 and 2025. Geographically, this report split Asia-Pacific into several key Regions, with sales (K MT), revenue (Million USD), market share and growth rate of Cyclodextrin for these regions, from 2013 to 2025 (forecast), including Asia-Pacific Cyclodextrin market competition by top manufacturers/players, with Cyclodextrin sales volume, price, revenue (Million USD) and market share for each manufacturer/player; the top players including On the basis of product, this report displays the sales volum, revenue, product price, market share a...

Nikola Motor’s fuel cell truck is packed with advanced technology that automakers have experimented with. But

Nikola Motor’s fuel cell truck is packed with advanced technology that automakers have experimented with. But it’s new tech to the heavy-duty trucking industry. Its application makes Nikola’s hydrogen-powered Class 8 haulers among the most interesting of the advanced trucks approaching market introduction. The Phoenix, Ariz., company has three trucks under development. The first production models are due toward the end of 2022. The Nikola One sleeper and Nikola Two day-cab designs are for North America. The Nikola Tre (Norwegian for “three”) cab-over design, due in 2023, is for the European market. All are built on versions of the same platform. The One and Two share exterior design as well. LED lighting technology let Nikola’s designers have fun with the headlamps and running lights. The large split grill isn’t a nostalgic touch. Fuel cell systems need to gulp tremendous amounts of air for cooling. (Photo: Nikola Motor) To be efficient, the trucks had to be different, said Trevor Milton, the company’s founder and chief executive. A fuel cell truck is an electric truck that makes its own power by separating electrons from hydrogen atoms in the fuel cells. The electricity is rou...

Medical experts who refuse to use low-energy lightbulbs to protect against skin cancer and blindness

How would you view a man who’s stockpiled a lifetime supply of old-fashioned lightbulbs because he believes low-energy bulbs could lead to blindness? You might well dismiss him as dotty. But the man in question, John Marshall, is no crank. In fact, he’s one of Britain’s most eminent eye experts, the professor of ophthalmology at the University College London Institute of Ophthalmology. So concerned is he that he has boxes stacked with old-fashioned incandescent lightbulbs at home. ‘I bulk bought incandescent lightbulbs before the Government made it illegal to import them,’ he says. ‘I can’t give you an exact number, but I have enough to see me out.’ Top eye expert Prof John Marshall has boxes stacked with old-fashioned incandescent lightbulbs at home Nor is he alone in his concerns about modern lightbulbs. Another eminent British professor, John Hawk, an expert in skin disease, is warning they may cause sunburn-like damage, premature aging and even skin cancer. He doesn’t have any low-energy bulbs in his house, explaining: ‘I have lots of old-style bulbs I bought in bulk when they were available.’ Incandescent bul...