The G150 hybrid variety was selected from hundreds of varieties that underwent a unique genetic scan. It boasts a dense and shiny inflorescence and produces a fresh pine and lemon aroma.
B-Caryophyllene is found in a large number of plants such as cloves, rosemary, black pepper and lavender. Scientific literature indicates that b-Caryophyllene aids in the protection of various cells in the nervous system, increasing appetite and ability to manage pain during withdrawal from addictions, such as alcoholism. It also has the potential to treat inflammation, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s.
B-Myrcene is found in lemon grass, bay leaves, ylangylang, wild thyme, parsley, cardamom and basil, among others. Research in the field indicates its ability to protect the brain, heart and skin tissues from inflammation and oxidative damage. In addition, it supports pain relief.
Linalool is found in lavender, rose and basil. There is evidence that it has anti-cancer and antioxidant properties and contributes to the reduction of seizures and pain. It can help fight the effects of inflammation and oxidation, protect nerve and liver cells, and expel infections. Linalool is found to have a calming and antidepressant effect.
a-Humulene is a common chemical compound in sage, ginseng, and certain plants in the Hadassi family. It has a particular characteristic aroma – In fact, it’s what gives beer its “hoppy” flavor! Scientific research suggests that terpene and its derivatives show anti-allergic, anti-inflammatory, and anti-cancer potential.
* This information does not constitute a binding opinion and should not be relied upon except as a general review, which is not a substitute for a professional medical opinion. CANONIC can not guarantee and is not responsible for the effects described, or similar effects being felt in patients. This should not be construed as advertising and / or recommending and / or encouraging the use of cannabis other than for medical purposes, which is a prohibited use by law. The use of medical cannabis is on the recommendation of a specialist doctor and in accordance with a suitable license from the Ministry of Health according to law.
In pre-clinical studies reported on January 2022, Canonic screened multiple cannabis varieties from its diverse genetic collection for anti-inflammatory and pain relief properties. The varieties had been selected based on their active compounds compositions using Evogene’s GeneRator AI tech engine. The screening of the selected varieties was conducted in two separate models – in an in-vitro model at the laboratory of Prof. Reuven Or at the Hadassah Medical Center and in an in-vivo (fish larvae) model at Migal – Galilee Research Institute. Several varieties, including the cannabis variety which is the basis for Canonic’s product G150, exhibited consistent positive results in both model systems, over several repetitions and independent cultivation cycles.
Based on these results, Canonic has filed a patent application for several of these cannabis varieties and their medical effects.
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