The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) is collaborating with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development and local health departments to investigate a multistate outbreak of Salmonella linked to the consumption of products containing the plant substance
To identify the biomarkers that indicated what plant substance
was once inside, the researchers used a technique called gas chromatography-mass spectrometry, which allowed them to separate chemicals within a sample from one another to analyze them separately.
Predominantly, rostrum is more elongated in animal substance feeding taxa than plant substance
feeding taxa (Palmer, 2010).
They named it the endogenous cannabinoid system after the plant substance
that binds with it," she says.
The legalization of medical marijuana is seen by proponents as the first step toward legalization of the plant substance
for recreational use, as was the case in Colorado, where pot was made legal in January.
You may remember hearing that beta-carotene, a plant substance
that the body converts into vitamin A, is toxic when you take it in high amounts.
If they find a useful plant, the next step is to try to create a synthetic analog of the natural plant substance
, a new molecule that can be patented and then taken through the FDA as a new drug.
Before deciding which form you prefer, you'll want to know whether the product is soluble fiber or not, and from there determine from what plant substance
the fiber was derived.
The packages contained a dry, green, plant substance
, believed to be cannabis.
Grape seed extract is a naturally occurring plant substance
that contains a concentrated source of antioxidant nutrients known as oligomeric proanthocyanidins more commonly known as OPCs.
The bars are designed to be used once to wash a person's entire body to ensure that the plant substance
causing the skin reaction has been removed.
In order to avoid the toxic Splenda, the alternative is Stevia, a natural plant substance
, used over 400 years in South America without ill effect.