A GROWING MARKET
The usage of medical cannabis is steadily growing each year.
There is much research supporting the use of cannabis for medical purposes.
LEGALLY DISTRIBUTED ACROSS THE GLOBE
There are currently about 40 countries globally that legally use cannabis through prescription or limited use in ayurvedic medicines.
WHO WE ARE
SafriCanna is a South African cannabis company whose efforts are focused on the growth, cultivation, processing and export of medicinal EU-GMP cannabis products to international markets.
WHAT WE DO
South Africa is a predominantly untapped resource in the global medicinal cannabis market, and as our continent plays catch-up, not only on legalisation, but also on growth and distribution, SafriCanna aims to assert itself as South Africa’s premium, fully-integrated medicinal cannabis brand. The face of cannabis is changing, and as it continues to do so, the opportunity for SafriCanna to develop a premium, intrinsically South African offering is becoming more and more prevalent.
SafriCanna is pioneering the shift towards a future where South African medicinal cannabis is recognised in every corner of the globe.
ABOUT MEDICINAL CANNABIS
The legal use of cannabis and the changing face of the industry have presented companies such as ourselves with immense opportunity. Although legality and popularity vary from region to region, the use of medicinal cannabis is on the rise worldwide. Vast potential still exists, from further legalisation, particularly in Asia and Africa.
There are currently over 50 listed conditions that have felt the benefits of medicinal cannabis and as clinical research advances, the applications of medicinal cannabis are likely to grow. South Africa is positioned to become a global leader in the growing of cannabis for medical purposes and SafriCanna endeavours to be a pioneer in this movement.
MEDICAL CANNABIS APPLICATIONS
CBD, THC AND BEYOND
Clinical trials are advancing in medical cannabis, mapping and increasing treatable medical conditions.
THC and CBD most well-known and studies cannabinoids.
113 other cannabinoids show strong promise to combat illness and diseases such as cancer.
Medical applications are being verified via controlled clinical trials and confidence is growing in the use of cannabis as a medicine.
Cannabis can assist in the treatment of Alzheimers, Chronic pain, Parkinson’s, Inflammation, Crohn’s disease, Nausea, PTSD and more.