Firm funds $1.85M marijuana research at Ohio University

Ohio-based Black Elk Biotech has awarded Ohio University (OU) a $1.85 million contract┬áto examine therapeutic benefits generated from cannabis and other natural products. Black Elk Biotech is a subsidiary of Black Elk, an Ohio company focused on products and medicines derived from fruits, trees, plants and other vegetation. According to The Post – an independent student-run newspaper on the OU campus – the funding will bankroll research into natural treatments for various medical conditions. The five-year study is slated to be conducted at OU’s Edison Biotechnology Institute, according to The Post. The institute’s director told the ... Firm funds $1.85M marijuana research at Ohio University is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs