CANNA presents its new additive based on Calcium and Magnesium. In this Workshop,we’ll learn about all of its possibilities and how to use it.
Leonardo Melón, CANNA Business Unit Manager for Latin America. Creator and manager of Pigs and Fish Club Cannábico. Cultivator.
This cooking workshop with hemp dictated by Dra Weed – Anita Cocina Con Amor, will teach you in a few steps, how to make hemp oil with cbd infusions so that you know about its potential in food! He is also going to share a recipe for delicious cracker cookies.
Ana Laura Bucci
Extraction experts will offer information on different solventless extraction techniques, focusing on the water hash method. They’ll talk about the necessary materials to carry it out and a step-by-step in the extraction and dehydration process, taking into account the information from the cold chain and the treatment of biomass to maintain cannabinoids and terpenes.
Rapid colorimetric tests and High-Resolution Thin-Layer Chromatography (CCFAR, or “High-Performance Thin-Layer Chromatography – HPTLC”) are relatively simple techniques that are commonly used to identify Cannabis and its specific substances called phytocannabinoids. Understanding the concepts involved in these techniques allows, for example, to perceive some of the chemical differences between the different phytocannabinoids, in addition to serving as a basis for understanding and applying advanced identification and quantification techniques. Rapid colorimetric tests applied to Cannabis have become popular mainly due to their use by police institutions, since they are a detection method that allows identifying possible samples derived from the plant. While thin layer chromatography (TLC) allows, for example, to identify which specific phytocannabinoids are present in a sample. Thus, CCF is a relatively simple and inexpensive technique that can be used in different stages of the processes for obtaining pure substances such as cannabidiol (CBD) and / or delta9-tetrahydrocannabinol (Δ9-THC).
Daniel Ribeiro Grijó
PhD student in Chemical Engineering – Maringá State University (UEM / Brazil)
The BSF Seeds Extractions workshop reviews the different existing techniques to end with a class of extraction with a press of plant material called Rosin and extraction with alcohol.