Cannabis is a type of annual unisexual herb in the Cannabaceae family, with unique healing properties. Three sub-species are recognized: sativa, indica, and hybrid.
Prof. Raphael Mechoulam, chairman of the Tikun Olam Advisory Committee, discovered the “family effect” in the cannabis plant – the interactive synergy of the full plant spectrum.
There are over 500 cannabinoid preparations including DBD and THC, together with terpenes and flavonoids that work harmoniously together to stimulate healing and maximize the benefits.
Studies have found that these preparations work more effectively when they are used from the whole plant rather than isolated as a single essence.
The presence of multiple cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids in a product provides the most effective therapeutic value.
The medical quality of medical cannabis products is determined by several factors: how the plant is cultivated, conservation of a high proportion of active ingredients, quality control, strain improvement, and genetics.