Is the Cannabis industry advancing in Nanotechnology?

Earlier this month, a study by researchers at The University of New Mexico, authenticated the use of cannabis for relieving pain with negligible side effects. The study used the method of rating from 0 to 10 of a pain level, where the rating approximately decreased by three points with the use of cannabis.

One of the researchers, Jacob Vigil claimed that it was the best substitute for opioids.   

The findings revealed that the positive feedback came from those who use dried cannabis flowers, primarily flowers with high THC levels.

However, it is said that cannabis is more efficacious in nano form. The patient can directly absorb it into their bloodstream, and the effect will be felt in less than 15 minutes. Here, the correlation between nanotechnology and cannabis pays off.

Nanotechnology will be the best source for drug delivery for the cannabis industry. Scientists have also validated the use of nanotechnology to deliver dose to the particular parts or cells of the body, which will catalyst the treatment process without damaging the other healthy cells in the body. 

As nanotechnology is emerging in the cannabis industry, researchers are finding further research and applications to gain more traction to the cannabis field. 

It is the art of manipulating matter at a very minute level. Uses of nanotechnology have driven the market to the next level. Various industries are developing growth opportunities and researching on nanoscience.

Business firms are also taking the initiative to implement nanotechnology in the cannabis industry. One such firm, Geyser brand, headquartered in British Columbia is pushing its limit to bring nanotechnology into its products. The company manufactures hemp-based consumer products such as cosmetics, nutraceuticals, food, and beverages. 

Geyser has come upon the formula that their products won’t have a bitter taste that other cannabis products have. This will be a key driving factor for the cannabis industry worldwide. 

Geyser suggested that China is a big market for them to deliver there manufactured products. They are extending their markets in Europe as well. The global cannabis industry is expected to grow at $130 billion in a decade, Geyser is set to be the leader within its sector.

Similarly, Nanosphere, a U.S based company, is one of the leading companies for the delivery of cannabis products. It’s Evolve Formula is the world’s only scientifically proven nanoparticle delivery system for cannabis. 

Some scientists also suggest using nanotechnology-based cannabis products cautiously. 

Dr. Richard Sayre, chief scientific officer, said that he is worried about the accumulation of emulsification agents in specific parts of the body such as the liver, lungs, and brain.

Nanotechnology has gained momentum in the cannabis industry, but there are still many drawbacks. The future emerging industries will see exponential growth in nanotechnology. Since its inception is beneficial if researchers deeply study, there can be ways where enterprises can adopt it on a large scale.

Though the implementation of nanotechnology is expensive, many developing countries are adopting it. Most developed countries have already adopted nanotechnology and are going into the depth of it.

This is just a scrap of nanotechnology. The upcoming conference in Italy will have a thorough discussion of several aspects and scope of nanotechnology.  The International Conference On Nanotechnology And Nanomaterials is going to take place at most historic place in Europe Rome, Italy on March 02-03, 2020.

Sushma Swaraj at OIC meet: the presence showed humanity and peace stand first for OIC

Sushma Swaraj

One of the best examples of an international religious organization not being an extremist is the recent event that took place in the UAE. Sushma Swaraj, a Hindu, a woman foreign affair minister of a secular nation was invited as the guest of honor at the OIC meet. While addressing various global topics on friendship, humanity, and peace, she also addressed the unlawful use of violence. Such practices are being carried out all around the world irrespective of the religions the groups belong to.

Terrorism is a topic that gets openly talked about, however, with defensively by speakers. Sushma Swaraj is one of those few exceptions who choose to be bold when it comes fighting with terrorism. On the occasion of OIC completing Golden Jubilee, UAE celebrating the year of tolerance and Mahatma Gandhi’s 150th birth anniversary, Sushma Swaraj spoke of how terrorism is an issue sheerly distinguishable to religion.

Terrorism and extremism hold different names and labels and they are not to be merged. The terrible destruction observed on almost every other day in all parts of the world is devastating. Speaking of the nations being associated with terrorism, Sushma Swaraj said, Every nation in the world undoubtedly demands peace in society.

That being said, Sushma Swaraj puts forward a point that can help fight terrorism growing in our country. “If we want to save humanity then we must tell the states who provide shelter and funding to the terrorists to dismantle the infrastructure of the terrorist camps and stop providing funding and shelter to the terror organizations based in that country. At the same time, I would like to say that menace could not be fought, only through military, intelligence or diplomatic means.” Said Sushma Swaraj.

She believes that the youth should engage in shaping the future, not in the destruction of lives and humanity. As a contributor to the nations’ growth, we must build a world for the youth where they can be equitable economic growth and social justice.

The Foreign Affair Minister then praised the Organisation of Islamic States for making new beginnings and wise choices for better directions that will have a sincere impact on humanity. She hopes that together, we can spread the true meaning and missions of all religions. As we promote, respect each other’s beliefs and faith, we can also advocate moderation over extremism present in societies.