A Method for Augmenting Terpene Profiles for Beer and Other Beverages
Hops used in the production of beer contains terpenes, a group of bioactive compounds made by all plants and mammals. Currently there is little control in the resulting terpene footprint left behind after the brewing process. GroSciences has developed a method for mimicking cannabis terpene chemoprofiles and/or creating physiologically impactful terpene chemoprofiles in finished beer and other beverages allowing for the creation of functionalized beverages with no cannabinoids for the mass market.
A Method for Determining Terpene-Based Biocontrol Agents for Cannabis and Hemp
Fungal infections reduce cannabis yield by around 15%, which can be a significant revenue loss. The use of synthetic fungicides present their own regulatory, economic and public health risks. GroSciences has developed a method for selecting and developing all-natural, plant-derived pesticide control agents for cannabis and hemp based on terpenes, a group of bioactive compounds made by all plants and mammals. These products have application to crops other than in the cannabis industry.
Application of Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms to Identify Hemp from CBD and THC Producing Cannabis
Legal hemp and cannabis look and often smell alike, creating a quandary for law enforcement. Today the only way to distinguish hemp from drug-type cannabis is by measuring the THC content which requires mature plants and access to an analytical testing lab. GroSciences has developed a simple molecular assay, Tru-Hemp ID, that can distinguish industrial hemp from drug-type CBD and drug-type THC under two hours in a portable format that works on plant material of any age.