We believe in the potential of medicinal cannabis – and we are leading research to expand our understanding of additional uses for it, not only to help people, but to shape the future of the industry.

Our Research

While we are focused on developing the best possible cannabinoid products, we believe that improving the health and wellbeing of patients goes beyond this. That’s why we are committed to investing in research and development.

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    FINDING ANSWERS THROUGH RESEARCH

    In addition to continuing to invest in science, research and development in-house, we understand that a strong partnership with clinicians and researchers is key to expanding the industry and helping people.

    By prioritising research, we have the power to discover the full potential of cannabinoid medicines in preventing and treating diseases and improving lives. That’s why we partner with key universities to undertake cannabis research and support their clinical trial programs.

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    Nov 2019

    In conjunction with the HMRI and lead biomedical scientist Dr Matt Dun, we’re investigating the anticancer properties of our plant varieties. Dr Matt Dun shares his initial thoughts on the joint research project.

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    Sep 2019

    Based on data collected as a part of the treatment program of 188 patients, medicinal cannabis appears to be a well-tolerated, safe and effective option to help with symptoms associated with autism spectrum disorders.

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    Aug 2019

    The latest national survey from Chronic Pain Australia found that more than a third of respondents said, after discussing medicinal cannabis as a pain treatment with their GP that they faced difficulty when it came around to the approval process.

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    Aug 2019

    The aim of this retrospective chart review was to determine whether CBD can help improve sleep and/or anxiety.

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    We currently have a research partnership with the Hunter Medical Research Institute, a partner of the University of Newcastle. For more information about how to become a partner please contact us.

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