Natural chemicals are produced by nature (some agricultural) without using human intervention. Synthetic chemicals are made by human specialists using methods not found in nature, and these chemical structures may or may not be found in nature. This definition means a synthetic chemical can be made from a natural product (eg, naturally derived). Note that in the food industry, “artificial” is used instead of “synthetic”.
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Currently, more than 50 countries have adopted medicinal cannabis programmes while Canada, Uruguay and 15 US states have legalized its recreational use, with Mexico and Luxembourg having political debates as to whether to follow that path. - UN News & UN CND (Commission on Narcotic Drugs)
This market shift toward the wider cultural acceptance of therapeutic cannabis is finding consumer brands rushing to market to fulfil marketplace demands with unsufficient scientific alignment. The reality is, and many science institutions (FDA, UK Commission, WHO) have agreed, that there has not been sufficient testing, length of study, nor broad-scope subjective data collected on longterm human effects that is available to us today.
Innovation Superclusters are engines of economic growth. Built around industries of the future, Superclusters can accelerate transformation and drive system-level innovation. The Canadian Cosmetic Cluster is an internationally recognized hub that participates in global trade initiatives and provides service to local and international cosmetic companies. Collaborating, developing, supporting with academia, capital and national policy, Canada can become a centre for global Superclusters.
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