2019 Hemp Research

cannabidiol finola futura 75 hemp

Publish Date: October 15, 2019

Study Results:  Finola had high levels of terpenes β-ocimene and α-terpinolene.

Futura 75 had high levels of terpenes α- and ß-pinene and extremely high levels of myrcene

Both hemp strains were high in trans-caryophyllene and α-humulene

THC levels in both strains were less than 0.1% 

Finola had 2.3% CBDA. 

Futura had 2.7% CBDA. 

Futura 75 had twice as much CBGA as the Finola strain.

 

Our Summary:  Both Futura 75 and Finola are strains of industrial hemp.

Finola is the first oilseed variety recognized by Canada and the European Union.

Futura 75 is a hemp strain developed in France.

For the purpose of this study, each hemp strain was grown in the Italian Alps at an altitude of roughly 3400 ft above sea level.

Phytochemical content was tested by multiple analytical approaches including:

  • HPLC-high-resolution mass spectrometry
  • SDS-PAGE LC-MS/MS
  • HS-SPME GC-MS
  • GC-FID 

 

 

 

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Study Authors:

Pavlovic R

Centre of Applied Studies for the Sustainable Management and Protection of Mountain Areas-CRC Ge.S.Di.Mont., University of Milan

Department of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences-Production, Landscape and Agroenergy-DISAA, University of Milan

 

Panseri S

Department of Veterinary Science and Public Health-VESPA, Università degli Studi di Milano

Giupponi L

Centre of Applied Studies for the Sustainable Management and Protection of Mountain Areas-CRC Ge.S.Di.Mont., University of Milan

Department of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences-Production, Landscape and Agroenergy-DISAA, University of Milan

 

Leoni V

Centre of Applied Studies for the Sustainable Management and Protection of Mountain Areas-CRC Ge.S.Di.Mont., University of Milan

Department of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences-Production, Landscape and Agroenergy-DISAA, University of Milan

Citti C

Department of Life Sciences, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia

Cattaneo C

Department of Sciences and Technological Innovation-DiSIT, Università del Piemonte Orientale

Cavaletto M

Department of Sciences and Technological Innovation-DiSIT, Università del Piemonte Orientale

 

Giorgi A

Centre of Applied Studies for the Sustainable Management and Protection of Mountain Areas-CRC Ge.S.Di.Mont., University of Milan

Department of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences-Production, Landscape and Agroenergy-DISAA, University of Milan

 

Keywords: Finola; Futura 75; Terpenes; functional strategy; plant metabolomics

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