Want to Read the Latest Edition of the American Journal of Endocannabinoid Medicine?
The American Journal of Endocannabinoid Medicine (AJEM) is the only printed, peer-reviewed, medical cannabis journal in North America. Edited by renowned endocannabinoid researcher Jahan Marcu, PhD, AJEM’s inaugural issue was published in November 2019 in conjunction with a medical education seminar put on by Havas at Columbia University. The latest issue was published this week.
AJEM’s mission is to create, collect, and disseminate credible cannabis research data. This is particularly important in the United States with respect to the FDA, which has bemoaned a lack of data it can use to create policy and regulations of cannabis products, and in Europe with respect to the Food Safety Division of the European Commission’s application of the Novel Foods designation to cannabidiol (CBD).
As an advisory board member and legal author for AJEM I am pleased to offer a copy of the most recent edition in PDF form, below. You can read the previous edition by clicking here.
March 31, 2020
Rod Kight is an international cannabis and hemp attorney who represents businesses throughout the industry. Additionally, he speaks at cannabis conferences, drafts and presents cannabis legislation to foreign governments, is regularly quoted on cannabis matters in the media, and maintains the Kight on Cannabis legal blog, where he discusses legal issues affecting the cannabis industry. Rod also has extensive experience representing clients through periods of financial distress. You can contact him here.