Synergy is a unique Sativa-dominant strain, developed as part of Canonic’s premium variety program. Our development efforts and technology allowed us to bring to the medical cannabis hi-breed strains market, another groundbreaking variety with unique and differentiating profile.
For the first time in Israel, Canonic has conducted genomic mapping of publicly available cannabis genomes collected worldwide, and compared the new varieties to the worldwide genetics. This information has been shared with patients and displayed as comparative genetic similarity. The genomic analysis we performed for Synergy indicates genetic similarity to the famous ‘Super Lemon Haze strain’.
Unlike unknown varieties released around the world, Canonic’s varieties are developed by a leading scientific and technological team of the best geneticists. Our vast knowledge and state of the art development facilities provide patients with quality, precision, and genetic similarity to the original varieties.
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.
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.
It can be found in volatile compounds of many herbs. Scientific literature provides evidence that it inhibits lung cancer of non-small cells.
Farnesene in nature exists in green apple skins (it gives apples their sweet-fruity aroma), turmeric, hops, chamomile, ginger, mint and bazil, and is known for its unique green apple aroma. Fresh apples that change their color to brown indicate the oxidation of Farnesene. In the cannabis varieties it is found in, farnesene is responsible for a sweet-fruity aroma and for its calming, sleep promoting effects. Preliminary studies ascribe Farnesene an anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-anxiety and a relaxing potential, that may help to relax muscles and induce a good sleep. Laboratory studies have shown a neuron protective potential in an Alzheimer’s disease model.
Common in lemon peel and other citrus fruits as well as in karum seeds, celery, and in certain types of coriander. Research shows that it contributes to wound healing and metabolism in the body. It has the ability to reduce stress, depression, inflammation, convulsions and viral infections. In addition, it introduces a variety of anti-cancer mechanisms.
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.
* This information herein 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 cannot guarantee and is not responsible that the effects described, or similar effects, will be felt by patients. The information should not be construed as advertisement and / or recommendation and / or encouragement for the use of cannabis, which is a prohibited use by law, other than for medical purposes. The use of medical cannabis is subject to the recommendation of a specialist doctor and in accordance with a suitable license from the Ministry of Health according to law.
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