Avicanna Has Done Extensive Cannabinoids Research: CEO

Biotech company Avicanna Inc. is taking a biopharmaceutical approach to cannabis

In this interview with SmallCapPower, Avicanna Inc. CEO Aras Azadian discusses the Company’s research of cannabinoids and its delivery mechanisms, taking a biopharmaceutical approach to cannabis. He also talks about Avicanna’s operations in Colombia.

About Avicanna

Avicanna is an Ontario corporation focused on the eventual development and manufacturing and commercialization of plant-derived cannabinoid-based products through its two main business segments, cultivation and research and development.

Avicanna’s research and development business is primarily conducted out of Canada at its headquarters in the Johnson & Johnson Innovation Centre, JLABS @ Toronto. Avicanna’s scientific team develops products, and Avicanna has also engaged the services of researchers at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Toronto for the purpose of optimizing and improving upon its products.

Avicanna’s two majority owned subsidiaries Sativa Nativa S.A.S. and Santa Marta Golden Hemp S.A.S., both located in Santa MartaColombia are the base for Avicanna’s cultivation activities. These two companies are licensed to cultivate and process cannabis for the production of cannabis extracts and purified cannabinoids including cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).

Avicanna’s research and development and cultivation activities are focused on the development of its key products, including plant-derived cannabinoid pharmaceuticals, phyto-therapeutics, derma-cosmetics and Extracts (defined as plant-derived cannabinoid extracts and purified cannabinoids, including distillates and isolates), with a goal of eventually having these products manufactured and distributed through various markets.

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