Cannabis Research License
Under the Cannabis Act and Regulations, companies seeking to perform research on cannabis with the intention of developing new products and technologies are required to hold a Research license. Research activities can include, but are not limited to, in vivo and in vitro studies, clinical trials, plant genetics, cannabis product development, and educational programs.
Research License Holder
A Research license holder is authorized to conduct experiments and testing on every form and derivative of cannabis, including live plants, fresh and dried plant material, seeds, oil, wax, and manufactured items such as edibles and topicals.
The Research license encompasses all kinds of cannabis-related study, from advancements toward better growing and processing techniques, to improving upon cannabis-infused products, and more.
License holders are permitted plenty of material to experiment with as they are allowed to grow and possess cannabis, and they also have the right to distribute and sell it within a limited group of individuals.