A cannabis-infusion oil that uses cannabis extracts to make lamps and other products has sparked a debate among oil-makers.
A team at German oil company ABVA has been experimenting with different ways to extract the oil and its compounds from the plant and the company said it is now in the process of making its own cannabis oil.
The team is experimenting with the extraction of cannabis oil from a cannabis plant that contains THC, the psychoactive chemical in marijuana.
The company said the new cannabis oil, called THCX, is an oil that contains the cannabinoids cannabidiol (CBD), tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), and cannabigerol (CBG).
It has also been tested for its ability to inhibit cancer growth.
The researchers have tested THCX in a variety of oil lamps and in several types of industrial products, including automotive and glass products.
The oil lamp, which ABVA says is a first in the world, was developed by the team at the University of Wuerzburg and its team of researchers has been working on this project since 2016.
They say that cannabis extract can be extracted from cannabis plants, which contains the psychoactivity of cannabis, and that the oil can be used in lamps, which use light to produce heat and light to create light.
The study has been published in the journal Scientific Reports.
It says that THCX is able to inhibit growth of human tumours by inhibiting the conversion of CBG into THC.
The team is now working to see if it can also inhibit cancer cells by preventing them from converting THC into CBG.
The cannabis extract is not yet ready for human use, but it is said to be very similar to the oil used to make the cannabis oil ABVA produces.
The company said in a statement that it will soon start mass production.
The announcement comes as more and more people in the US are using cannabis to treat symptoms such as anxiety, insomnia and appetite loss, but not necessarily to treat the disease itself.