We have known for some time that cannabis contains pain-relieving properties, but new research is able to explain the why and how. Canadian researchers at the University of Guelph in Ontario have discovered the flavinoids Cannaflavin A and Cannaflavin B are 30 times more powerful imflammation relievers than Aspirin. Interestingly, these flavidoids were first isolated in 1985, but Canadian cannabis laws restricted additional research.
The team conducting the research already has plans to capitalize on the discovery: they have partnered with Toronto-based Anahit International Corp., which plans to release a line of sports and medical products based on these flavinoids.
Here’s a link to the study:
Here’s a link to an article about the study and Anahit International’s plan to commercialize the research:
What does this research mean for our industry? What new products can be developed as a result of these discoveries?