About Us

‘CannAcubed’.

CannAcubed Pte. Ltd. (CAC) is an integrated Industrial Hemp Biotech Company with its HQ based in Singapore, & licensed operations in Australia & China. The Company is expanding its core operations across APAC, Latin America, & the USA, and has planned distribution across Europe.

CannAcubed’s business model is to create new industry & trade around Industrial Hemp including:

intelligent agriculture, big health data, bioplastics & specialty packaging solutions, renewable energy & hydrogen battery cell applications, green furniture, carbon neutral building & construction materials, & pharmaceutical grade medical consumer products.

Through big data traceability & standards, CannAcubed is looking to make its entire operations, the global Cannabis Centre of Excellence.

Pioneering Asia’s Industrial Hemp Industry

CannAcubed is developing the regions first multi-country licensed Industrial Hemp Operation starting with the world’s Industrial Hemp superpower – China.

Industrial Hemp Bio-Energy Project

CannAcubed plans to launch Industrial Hemp renewable energy plants across Asia reducing the need for fossil fuel based power plants.

Hemp Paper, Packaging, & Bioplastic

CannAcubed plans to invest heavily into developing sustainable and eco-friendly packaging applications thus tackling deforestation and the need for tree based paper & petrochemical plastic products.

CBD Extraction & Research Facility

CannAcubed plans to roll out China’s most advanced CBD extraction & research facility, with the key focus to invest into R&D around the therapeutic effects of Cannabinoids.

Our

Vision.

To combat global economic, social & environmental threats by aligning with the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) along with the Kyoto Protocol and Paris Agreement on Climate Change.

The 1milliontonnes movement

is a coordinated approach

to the Climate Emergency

affecting our planet.

#1milliontonnes

initiative

One hectare of industrial hemp can absorb approximately 22 tonnes of CO2 making it one of the fastest CO2-to-biomass conversion tools. Industrial hemp is the perfect carbon sink because it absorbs more CO2 per hectare, annually than any other commercial crop or commercial forestry.

Industrial Hemp Biotech company CannAcubed Pte Ltd has set an ambitious task to reduce carbon emissions by 1 Million Tonnes by launching projects and partnering with Organizations that want to support the climate emergency and join the movement.

Our Combined

‘SDGs’.

Hemp is a cash crop for farmers in Asia and abroad. It provides a sustainable and environmental business that supports the Agriculture sector.

Hemp is a superfood. Hemp seeds are high in fiber, iron, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, zinc, vitamin E, and magnesium achieving foodsecurity and improved nutrition whilst promoting sustainable agriculture.

The medical & health benefits of cannabinoids are well-documented, and millions of patients have now embraced these compounds as a cheaper, safer, and more effective option to help treat severe illnesses such as cancer, epilepsy, and PTSD. The endocannabinoid system modulates the regulation of the neuroendocrine system, which regulates organ function and stress response and helps maintain a healthy balance across the neuroendocrine system and related physiological body systems.

A non-stigmatizing, non-discriminatory, evidence-informed, and realistic address of the effects of non-psychoactive plants, products, and substances, such as Industrial Hemp is key to close the knowledge gap on the professions required to operate in legally regulated Cannabis markets (biosciences, horticultural, agronomics, consumers good fabrication, sales, etc.).

Female leadership in the legal Cannabis industry is superior to that of other market sectors, which deserves monitoring and encouragement. More and more women are claiming their place in the emerging Cannabis legal private sector, especially in the scientific and therapeutic segments. Female leadership in this industry has made its way through, and today, women are beginning to be leaders in this field.

Hemp plants have been proposed to clean nutrients from water to help determine how much phosphorus and nitrogen each hemp plant can uptake from waterways. Hemp plants could serve as a floating wetlands system that would be harvested, roots and all, removing the nutrient load the plants absorb from the water.

A 2010 study found biogas from hemp to be a high yielding alternative to ethanol from wheat and biodiesel from rapeseed. The waste product from hemp biogas production can be used as a fertilizer. The environmental benefits of hemp are praised highly since hemp cultivation requires minimal amounts of pesticide. Since the plant shades the bottom quickly after sowing, they will outgrow weeds, a trait unusual especially for organic farmers. Numerous studies show that biogas production from hemp is a promising possibility for the production of vehicle fuel from energy crops, and several commercial projects showed that hemp gave one of the highest gross yields of vehicle fuel per hectare achieved.

Hemp is the only plant that produces complete nutrition and sustainable biofuels from the same harvest. This eliminates the trade-off between energy production and food security. In addition to being the world’s most useful, nutritious and safely therapeutic herb bearing seed, hemp also produces biodegradable plastics, paper, cloth, resins, therapeutics, pesticides, graphene for supercapacitors and building materials.

Non psychoactivity-related products of the Cannabis plant have proven to efficiently replace synthetic or petroleum-based materials, being high performance and environmentally-friendly. Biocomposites made of Cannabis fibers (polypropylene, polyethylene, polyester) are resistant, durable, cost-effective, and for these reasons already widely used commercially (for furniture, roofing shingles, bioplastic, cars package trays, automotion door panels, etc). That material is key to building resilient and environment-friendly infrastructures and industries.

Sustainable Cannabis policies should address equality of opportunities and non-discrimination: not restricting access to legal markets for people with medical need, and addressing barriers to entry into the legally regulated Cannabis industry for communities who have been harmed the most by the prohibitionist policies.

The most sustainable building material isn't concrete or steel — it's hemp. Hempcrete is a biocomposite material, which is used as a material for construction and insulation... The result is a lightweight insulating material ideal for most climatesas it combines insulation and thermal mass.

Hemp is a sustainable crop that rejuvenates the soil, uses less water than most industrialcrops, and uses no pesticides or fertilizers.

One hectare of industrial hemp can absorb approximately 22 tonnes of CO2 making it one of the fastest CO2-to-biomass conversion tools. Industrial hemp is the perfect carbon sink because it absorbs more CO2 per hectare, annually than any other commercial crop or commercial forestry.

Hemp is biodiversity friendly in terms of species numbers and in competition of nutrients with wild land. Hemp plantations especially increase the numbers of birds. As many bird keepers will be aware, hemp seed is by far their favourite food. Hemp is also resistant to pests. Thus, farmers don’t need to use pesticides, which are known to kill pollinators, cause adverse health effects in humans, and pollute waterways. Hemp can provide a safe habitat for pollinators seeking refuge.

Hemp is resistant to pests. Thus, farmers don’t need to use pesticides, which are known to kill pollinators, cause adversehealth effects in humans, and pollute waterways. By eliminating the need for pesticides, hemp will keep pollinators safe. In addition, hemp is also resistant to predators, which means hemp can provide a safe habitat for pollinators seeking refuge.

Prohibitive Cannabis policies have massively undermined economic, social, cultural, civil, political human rights. Developing legal market regulations for the Cannabis plant and its derivatives is a way to address the enormous profits of drug trafficking organizations and their capacity of corruption among politicians, public institutions and economic stakeholders.

Farmers and entrepreneurs, startups, corporations, politicians, NGOs, and local co-ops… everyone benefits from hemp!

Farmers and entrepreneurs, startups, corporations, politicians, NGOs, and local co-ops… everyone benefits from hemp!

Partnerships

For the Goals.

Our partnerships goal is the commercialization of Industrial Hemp as an Impact commodity to solve key issues around the following:

Sustainable agriculture, poverty alleviation, carbon sequestration, renewable energy, environmental impact, reduction of deforestation, waste & plastic reduction, biodiversity, ecosystems, green building materials, health/disease, and hunger.

Our

Projects.

The 1milliontonnes projects

Project 

1

 -

CBD Factory Development.

Project 

2

 -

Carbon Credit Origination

Project 

3

 -

Industrial Hemp BioEnergy

Project 

4

 -

Reducing Deforestation

Project 

5

 -

Hemp Bioplastics

Project 

6

 -

Seed R&D

Project 

7

 -

Cancer Treatment Hub

Project 

8

 -

Anti Aging & Longevity

Hemp Textiles & Fabrics

LAUNCHING 2021

Carbon Trading & Hemp Commodities Exchange

LAUNCHING 2021

Hemp Biodiversity

LAUNCHING 2021

Hemp Furniture production

LAUNCHING 2021

Production of Hemp construction materials

LAUNCHING 2021

Hemp as a sustainable alternative to Palm Oil

LAUNCHING 2021

Impact

Health & Wellness

Project Type

Global Supply Source

Raw Materials Used

Leaf & Flower

Target Factory

Fund Allocation

CBD Extraction Facilities
Hemp Cultivation
Operating costs, R&D

Investment

Carbon Sequestered

Geography

Asia Pacific
North America
South/Latin America
Europe

Project 

1

 – 

CBD Factory Development.

SDG Goals:

Hemp is a cash crop for farmers in Asia and abroad. It provides a sustainable and environmental business that supports the Agriculture sector.

Hemp is a superfood. Hemp seeds are high in fiber, iron, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, zinc, vitamin E, and magnesium achieving foodsecurity and improved nutrition whilst promoting sustainable agriculture.

The medical & health benefits of cannabinoids are well-documented, and millions of patients have now embraced these compounds as a cheaper, safer, and more effective option to help treat severe illnesses such as cancer, epilepsy, and PTSD. The endocannabinoid system modulates the regulation of the neuroendocrine system, which regulates organ function and stress response and helps maintain a healthy balance across the neuroendocrine system and related physiological body systems.

A non-stigmatizing, non-discriminatory, evidence-informed, and realistic address of the effects of non-psychoactive plants, products, and substances, such as Industrial Hemp is key to close the knowledge gap on the professions required to operate in legally regulated Cannabis markets (biosciences, horticultural, agronomics, consumers good fabrication, sales, etc.).

Female leadership in the legal Cannabis industry is superior to that of other market sectors, which deserves monitoring and encouragement. More and more women are claiming their place in the emerging Cannabis legal private sector, especially in the scientific and therapeutic segments. Female leadership in this industry has made its way through, and today, women are beginning to be leaders in this field.

Hemp plants have been proposed to clean nutrients from water to help determine how much phosphorus and nitrogen each hemp plant can uptake from waterways. Hemp plants could serve as a floating wetlands system that would be harvested, roots and all, removing the nutrient load the plants absorb from the water.

A 2010 study found biogas from hemp to be a high yielding alternative to ethanol from wheat and biodiesel from rapeseed. The waste product from hemp biogas production can be used as a fertilizer. The environmental benefits of hemp are praised highly since hemp cultivation requires minimal amounts of pesticide. Since the plant shades the bottom quickly after sowing, they will outgrow weeds, a trait unusual especially for organic farmers. Numerous studies show that biogas production from hemp is a promising possibility for the production of vehicle fuel from energy crops, and several commercial projects showed that hemp gave one of the highest gross yields of vehicle fuel per hectare achieved.

Hemp is the only plant that produces complete nutrition and sustainable biofuels from the same harvest. This eliminates the trade-off between energy production and food security. In addition to being the world’s most useful, nutritious and safely therapeutic herb bearing seed, hemp also produces biodegradable plastics, paper, cloth, resins, therapeutics, pesticides, graphene for supercapacitors and building materials.

Non psychoactivity-related products of the Cannabis plant have proven to efficiently replace synthetic or petroleum-based materials, being high performance and environmentally-friendly. Biocomposites made of Cannabis fibers (polypropylene, polyethylene, polyester) are resistant, durable, cost-effective, and for these reasons already widely used commercially (for furniture, roofing shingles, bioplastic, cars package trays, automotion door panels, etc). That material is key to building resilient and environment-friendly infrastructures and industries.

Sustainable Cannabis policies should address equality of opportunities and non-discrimination: not restricting access to legal markets for people with medical need, and addressing barriers to entry into the legally regulated Cannabis industry for communities who have been harmed the most by the prohibitionist policies.

The most sustainable building material isn't concrete or steel — it's hemp. Hempcrete is a biocomposite material, which is used as a material for construction and insulation... The result is a lightweight insulating material ideal for most climatesas it combines insulation and thermal mass.

Hemp is a sustainable crop that rejuvenates the soil, uses less water than most industrialcrops, and uses no pesticides or fertilizers.

One hectare of industrial hemp can absorb approximately 22 tonnes of CO2 making it one of the fastest CO2-to-biomass conversion tools. Industrial hemp is the perfect carbon sink because it absorbs more CO2 per hectare, annually than any other commercial crop or commercial forestry.

Hemp is biodiversity friendly in terms of species numbers and in competition of nutrients with wild land. Hemp plantations especially increase the numbers of birds. As many bird keepers will be aware, hemp seed is by far their favourite food. Hemp is also resistant to pests. Thus, farmers don’t need to use pesticides, which are known to kill pollinators, cause adverse health effects in humans, and pollute waterways. Hemp can provide a safe habitat for pollinators seeking refuge.

Hemp is resistant to pests. Thus, farmers don’t need to use pesticides, which are known to kill pollinators, cause adversehealth effects in humans, and pollute waterways. By eliminating the need for pesticides, hemp will keep pollinators safe. In addition, hemp is also resistant to predators, which means hemp can provide a safe habitat for pollinators seeking refuge.

Prohibitive Cannabis policies have massively undermined economic, social, cultural, civil, political human rights. Developing legal market regulations for the Cannabis plant and its derivatives is a way to address the enormous profits of drug trafficking organizations and their capacity of corruption among politicians, public institutions and economic stakeholders.

Farmers and entrepreneurs, startups, corporations, politicians, NGOs, and local co-ops… everyone benefits from hemp!

CBD Extraction

& Research Facilities

CannAcubed plans to roll out the world’s most advanced Cannabinoid extraction
& research facilities, with a heavy focus into R&D around the therapeutic effects
of Cannabis compounds.

The factories will have multiple production lines including a combination
of supercritical & ethanol-solvent extraction technology.

CannAcubed plans to expand & build new production lines moving
forward. Our Factories will extract 99.9%+ CBD & other cannabinoids
including CBG, CBGA, CBGV, CBC, CBCV, CBN, & CBL.
We will also have dedicated THC facilities in targeted locations.

Our global reach, developed IP, & ability to scale, places CannAcubed
in a unique position to be one of the world’s most advanced and
largest single source producer and supplier of Cannabis compounds.

CannAcubed plans to roll out the world’s most advanced Cannabinoid extraction & research facilities, with a heavy focus into R&D around the therapeutic effects of Cannabis compounds.

The factories will have multiple production lines including a combination of supercritical & ethanol-solvent extraction technology.

CannAcubed plans to expand & build new production lines moving forward. Our Factories will extract 99.9%+ CBD & other cannabinoids including CBG, CBGA, CBGV, CBC, CBCV, CBN, & CBL. We will also have dedicated THC facilities in targeted locations.

Our global reach, developed IP, & ability to scale, places CannAcubed in a unique position to be one of the world’s most advanced and largest single source producer and supplier of Cannabis compounds.

Impact

Poverty Alleviation,
Climate Action Partnerships
for the Goals

Project Type

Co-Operative Farming, Intelligent Agriculture

Raw Materials Used

Industrial Hemp Seed

Target Factory

Fund Allocation

25,000 Hectare Hemp Cultivation over
5 Global locations, Operating costs,
R&D, Carbon Capture technology

Investment

Carbon Sequestered

500,000 tonnes

Geography

Asia Pacific
North America
South/Latin America
Europe

Project 

2

 – 

Carbon Credit Origination

SDG Goals:

Hemp is a cash crop for farmers in Asia and abroad. It provides a sustainable and environmental business that supports the Agriculture sector.

Hemp is a superfood. Hemp seeds are high in fiber, iron, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, zinc, vitamin E, and magnesium achieving foodsecurity and improved nutrition whilst promoting sustainable agriculture.

The medical & health benefits of cannabinoids are well-documented, and millions of patients have now embraced these compounds as a cheaper, safer, and more effective option to help treat severe illnesses such as cancer, epilepsy, and PTSD. The endocannabinoid system modulates the regulation of the neuroendocrine system, which regulates organ function and stress response and helps maintain a healthy balance across the neuroendocrine system and related physiological body systems.

A non-stigmatizing, non-discriminatory, evidence-informed, and realistic address of the effects of non-psychoactive plants, products, and substances, such as Industrial Hemp is key to close the knowledge gap on the professions required to operate in legally regulated Cannabis markets (biosciences, horticultural, agronomics, consumers good fabrication, sales, etc.).

Female leadership in the legal Cannabis industry is superior to that of other market sectors, which deserves monitoring and encouragement. More and more women are claiming their place in the emerging Cannabis legal private sector, especially in the scientific and therapeutic segments. Female leadership in this industry has made its way through, and today, women are beginning to be leaders in this field.

Hemp plants have been proposed to clean nutrients from water to help determine how much phosphorus and nitrogen each hemp plant can uptake from waterways. Hemp plants could serve as a floating wetlands system that would be harvested, roots and all, removing the nutrient load the plants absorb from the water.

A 2010 study found biogas from hemp to be a high yielding alternative to ethanol from wheat and biodiesel from rapeseed. The waste product from hemp biogas production can be used as a fertilizer. The environmental benefits of hemp are praised highly since hemp cultivation requires minimal amounts of pesticide. Since the plant shades the bottom quickly after sowing, they will outgrow weeds, a trait unusual especially for organic farmers. Numerous studies show that biogas production from hemp is a promising possibility for the production of vehicle fuel from energy crops, and several commercial projects showed that hemp gave one of the highest gross yields of vehicle fuel per hectare achieved.

Hemp is the only plant that produces complete nutrition and sustainable biofuels from the same harvest. This eliminates the trade-off between energy production and food security. In addition to being the world’s most useful, nutritious and safely therapeutic herb bearing seed, hemp also produces biodegradable plastics, paper, cloth, resins, therapeutics, pesticides, graphene for supercapacitors and building materials.

Non psychoactivity-related products of the Cannabis plant have proven to efficiently replace synthetic or petroleum-based materials, being high performance and environmentally-friendly. Biocomposites made of Cannabis fibers (polypropylene, polyethylene, polyester) are resistant, durable, cost-effective, and for these reasons already widely used commercially (for furniture, roofing shingles, bioplastic, cars package trays, automotion door panels, etc). That material is key to building resilient and environment-friendly infrastructures and industries.

Sustainable Cannabis policies should address equality of opportunities and non-discrimination: not restricting access to legal markets for people with medical need, and addressing barriers to entry into the legally regulated Cannabis industry for communities who have been harmed the most by the prohibitionist policies.

The most sustainable building material isn't concrete or steel — it's hemp. Hempcrete is a biocomposite material, which is used as a material for construction and insulation... The result is a lightweight insulating material ideal for most climatesas it combines insulation and thermal mass.

Hemp is a sustainable crop that rejuvenates the soil, uses less water than most industrialcrops, and uses no pesticides or fertilizers.

One hectare of industrial hemp can absorb approximately 22 tonnes of CO2 making it one of the fastest CO2-to-biomass conversion tools. Industrial hemp is the perfect carbon sink because it absorbs more CO2 per hectare, annually than any other commercial crop or commercial forestry.

Hemp is biodiversity friendly in terms of species numbers and in competition of nutrients with wild land. Hemp plantations especially increase the numbers of birds. As many bird keepers will be aware, hemp seed is by far their favourite food. Hemp is also resistant to pests. Thus, farmers don’t need to use pesticides, which are known to kill pollinators, cause adverse health effects in humans, and pollute waterways. Hemp can provide a safe habitat for pollinators seeking refuge.

Hemp is resistant to pests. Thus, farmers don’t need to use pesticides, which are known to kill pollinators, cause adversehealth effects in humans, and pollute waterways. By eliminating the need for pesticides, hemp will keep pollinators safe. In addition, hemp is also resistant to predators, which means hemp can provide a safe habitat for pollinators seeking refuge.

Prohibitive Cannabis policies have massively undermined economic, social, cultural, civil, political human rights. Developing legal market regulations for the Cannabis plant and its derivatives is a way to address the enormous profits of drug trafficking organizations and their capacity of corruption among politicians, public institutions and economic stakeholders.

Farmers and entrepreneurs, startups, corporations, politicians, NGOs, and local co-ops… everyone benefits from hemp!

Precision Hemp cultivation &

Intelligent Carbon-Smart Agriculture.

(a. Alleviation of Poverty & Hunger solutions)

The CannAcubed team plans to scale the world’s largest Hemp cultivation project
to provide essential raw materials, help alleviate poverty, create thousands of jobs,
and mitigate climate change.

Our precision farming management concept is based on observing, measuring
and responding to inter and intra-field variability in crops with the goal of optimizing
returns on inputs while preserving resources.

Our Intelligent Agriculture approach provides economic opportunity through innovation;
helps farmers to thrive; promotes agricultural production that better nourishes the
population; and aims to preserve natural resources through healthy private working
lands, conservation, improved watersheds, and restored forests.

The CannAcubed team plans to scale the world’s largest Hemp cultivation project to provide essential raw materials, help alleviate poverty, create thousands of jobs, and mitigate climate change.

Our precision farming management concept is based on observing, measuring and responding to inter and intra-field variability in crops with the goal of optimizing returns on inputs while preserving resources.

Our Intelligent Agriculture approach provides economic opportunity through innovation; helps farmers to thrive; promotes agricultural production that better nourishes the population; and aims to preserve natural resources through healthy private working lands, conservation, improved watersheds, and restored forests.

Impact

Clean Energy & Sustainability

Project Type

Joint Venture

Raw Materials Used

Hemp Stalks & Roots

Target Factory

Fund Allocation

Gasification System,
Briquette System,
Hemp Raw materials

Investment

Carbon Sequestered

Geography

Asia Pacific
North America
South/Latin America
Europe

Project 

3

 – 

Industrial Hemp BioEnergy

SDG Goals:

Hemp is a cash crop for farmers in Asia and abroad. It provides a sustainable and environmental business that supports the Agriculture sector.

Hemp is a superfood. Hemp seeds are high in fiber, iron, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, zinc, vitamin E, and magnesium achieving foodsecurity and improved nutrition whilst promoting sustainable agriculture.

The medical & health benefits of cannabinoids are well-documented, and millions of patients have now embraced these compounds as a cheaper, safer, and more effective option to help treat severe illnesses such as cancer, epilepsy, and PTSD. The endocannabinoid system modulates the regulation of the neuroendocrine system, which regulates organ function and stress response and helps maintain a healthy balance across the neuroendocrine system and related physiological body systems.

A non-stigmatizing, non-discriminatory, evidence-informed, and realistic address of the effects of non-psychoactive plants, products, and substances, such as Industrial Hemp is key to close the knowledge gap on the professions required to operate in legally regulated Cannabis markets (biosciences, horticultural, agronomics, consumers good fabrication, sales, etc.).

Female leadership in the legal Cannabis industry is superior to that of other market sectors, which deserves monitoring and encouragement. More and more women are claiming their place in the emerging Cannabis legal private sector, especially in the scientific and therapeutic segments. Female leadership in this industry has made its way through, and today, women are beginning to be leaders in this field.

Hemp plants have been proposed to clean nutrients from water to help determine how much phosphorus and nitrogen each hemp plant can uptake from waterways. Hemp plants could serve as a floating wetlands system that would be harvested, roots and all, removing the nutrient load the plants absorb from the water.

A 2010 study found biogas from hemp to be a high yielding alternative to ethanol from wheat and biodiesel from rapeseed. The waste product from hemp biogas production can be used as a fertilizer. The environmental benefits of hemp are praised highly since hemp cultivation requires minimal amounts of pesticide. Since the plant shades the bottom quickly after sowing, they will outgrow weeds, a trait unusual especially for organic farmers. Numerous studies show that biogas production from hemp is a promising possibility for the production of vehicle fuel from energy crops, and several commercial projects showed that hemp gave one of the highest gross yields of vehicle fuel per hectare achieved.

Hemp is the only plant that produces complete nutrition and sustainable biofuels from the same harvest. This eliminates the trade-off between energy production and food security. In addition to being the world’s most useful, nutritious and safely therapeutic herb bearing seed, hemp also produces biodegradable plastics, paper, cloth, resins, therapeutics, pesticides, graphene for supercapacitors and building materials.

Non psychoactivity-related products of the Cannabis plant have proven to efficiently replace synthetic or petroleum-based materials, being high performance and environmentally-friendly. Biocomposites made of Cannabis fibers (polypropylene, polyethylene, polyester) are resistant, durable, cost-effective, and for these reasons already widely used commercially (for furniture, roofing shingles, bioplastic, cars package trays, automotion door panels, etc). That material is key to building resilient and environment-friendly infrastructures and industries.

Sustainable Cannabis policies should address equality of opportunities and non-discrimination: not restricting access to legal markets for people with medical need, and addressing barriers to entry into the legally regulated Cannabis industry for communities who have been harmed the most by the prohibitionist policies.

The most sustainable building material isn't concrete or steel — it's hemp. Hempcrete is a biocomposite material, which is used as a material for construction and insulation... The result is a lightweight insulating material ideal for most climatesas it combines insulation and thermal mass.

Hemp is a sustainable crop that rejuvenates the soil, uses less water than most industrialcrops, and uses no pesticides or fertilizers.

One hectare of industrial hemp can absorb approximately 22 tonnes of CO2 making it one of the fastest CO2-to-biomass conversion tools. Industrial hemp is the perfect carbon sink because it absorbs more CO2 per hectare, annually than any other commercial crop or commercial forestry.

Hemp is biodiversity friendly in terms of species numbers and in competition of nutrients with wild land. Hemp plantations especially increase the numbers of birds. As many bird keepers will be aware, hemp seed is by far their favourite food. Hemp is also resistant to pests. Thus, farmers don’t need to use pesticides, which are known to kill pollinators, cause adverse health effects in humans, and pollute waterways. Hemp can provide a safe habitat for pollinators seeking refuge.

Hemp is resistant to pests. Thus, farmers don’t need to use pesticides, which are known to kill pollinators, cause adversehealth effects in humans, and pollute waterways. By eliminating the need for pesticides, hemp will keep pollinators safe. In addition, hemp is also resistant to predators, which means hemp can provide a safe habitat for pollinators seeking refuge.

Prohibitive Cannabis policies have massively undermined economic, social, cultural, civil, political human rights. Developing legal market regulations for the Cannabis plant and its derivatives is a way to address the enormous profits of drug trafficking organizations and their capacity of corruption among politicians, public institutions and economic stakeholders.

Farmers and entrepreneurs, startups, corporations, politicians, NGOs, and local co-ops… everyone benefits from hemp!

Industrial Hemp Renewable

Energy Technology.

(Biogas, Green Hydrogen, Bioethanol, Biodiesel, Hemp Batteries, FuelCells)

CannAcubed intends to execute strategic Joint Venture partnerships
with the world’s leading Biogas & Green Energy Biotechnology companies.

The Group’s global investment is focused on becoming a high-tech enterprise
specializing in energy, environmental protection and energy-saving technology
development, product development, manufacturing and sales.

CannAcubed intends to execute strategic Joint Venture partnerships with the world’s leading Biogas & Green Energy Biotechnology companies.

The Group’s global investment is focused on becoming a high-tech enterprise specializing in energy, environmental protection and energy-saving technology development, product development, manufacturing and sales.

Impact

Environmental, Responsible

Consumption & Production

Project Type

Joint Venture & National Offtake Partnerships

Raw Materials Used

Stalks & Fibre

Target Factory

Fund Allocation

Investment into large-scale
automatic hemp fiber stripping
equipment, Hemp planting,
Labour & Transport

Investment

Carbon Sequestered

Geography

Asia Pacific
North America
South/Latin America
Europe

Project 

4

 – 

Reducing Deforestation

SDG Goals:

Hemp is a cash crop for farmers in Asia and abroad. It provides a sustainable and environmental business that supports the Agriculture sector.

Hemp is a superfood. Hemp seeds are high in fiber, iron, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, zinc, vitamin E, and magnesium achieving foodsecurity and improved nutrition whilst promoting sustainable agriculture.

The medical & health benefits of cannabinoids are well-documented, and millions of patients have now embraced these compounds as a cheaper, safer, and more effective option to help treat severe illnesses such as cancer, epilepsy, and PTSD. The endocannabinoid system modulates the regulation of the neuroendocrine system, which regulates organ function and stress response and helps maintain a healthy balance across the neuroendocrine system and related physiological body systems.

A non-stigmatizing, non-discriminatory, evidence-informed, and realistic address of the effects of non-psychoactive plants, products, and substances, such as Industrial Hemp is key to close the knowledge gap on the professions required to operate in legally regulated Cannabis markets (biosciences, horticultural, agronomics, consumers good fabrication, sales, etc.).

Female leadership in the legal Cannabis industry is superior to that of other market sectors, which deserves monitoring and encouragement. More and more women are claiming their place in the emerging Cannabis legal private sector, especially in the scientific and therapeutic segments. Female leadership in this industry has made its way through, and today, women are beginning to be leaders in this field.

Hemp plants have been proposed to clean nutrients from water to help determine how much phosphorus and nitrogen each hemp plant can uptake from waterways. Hemp plants could serve as a floating wetlands system that would be harvested, roots and all, removing the nutrient load the plants absorb from the water.

A 2010 study found biogas from hemp to be a high yielding alternative to ethanol from wheat and biodiesel from rapeseed. The waste product from hemp biogas production can be used as a fertilizer. The environmental benefits of hemp are praised highly since hemp cultivation requires minimal amounts of pesticide. Since the plant shades the bottom quickly after sowing, they will outgrow weeds, a trait unusual especially for organic farmers. Numerous studies show that biogas production from hemp is a promising possibility for the production of vehicle fuel from energy crops, and several commercial projects showed that hemp gave one of the highest gross yields of vehicle fuel per hectare achieved.

Hemp is the only plant that produces complete nutrition and sustainable biofuels from the same harvest. This eliminates the trade-off between energy production and food security. In addition to being the world’s most useful, nutritious and safely therapeutic herb bearing seed, hemp also produces biodegradable plastics, paper, cloth, resins, therapeutics, pesticides, graphene for supercapacitors and building materials.

Non psychoactivity-related products of the Cannabis plant have proven to efficiently replace synthetic or petroleum-based materials, being high performance and environmentally-friendly. Biocomposites made of Cannabis fibers (polypropylene, polyethylene, polyester) are resistant, durable, cost-effective, and for these reasons already widely used commercially (for furniture, roofing shingles, bioplastic, cars package trays, automotion door panels, etc). That material is key to building resilient and environment-friendly infrastructures and industries.

Sustainable Cannabis policies should address equality of opportunities and non-discrimination: not restricting access to legal markets for people with medical need, and addressing barriers to entry into the legally regulated Cannabis industry for communities who have been harmed the most by the prohibitionist policies.

The most sustainable building material isn't concrete or steel — it's hemp. Hempcrete is a biocomposite material, which is used as a material for construction and insulation... The result is a lightweight insulating material ideal for most climatesas it combines insulation and thermal mass.

Hemp is a sustainable crop that rejuvenates the soil, uses less water than most industrialcrops, and uses no pesticides or fertilizers.

One hectare of industrial hemp can absorb approximately 22 tonnes of CO2 making it one of the fastest CO2-to-biomass conversion tools. Industrial hemp is the perfect carbon sink because it absorbs more CO2 per hectare, annually than any other commercial crop or commercial forestry.

Hemp is biodiversity friendly in terms of species numbers and in competition of nutrients with wild land. Hemp plantations especially increase the numbers of birds. As many bird keepers will be aware, hemp seed is by far their favourite food. Hemp is also resistant to pests. Thus, farmers don’t need to use pesticides, which are known to kill pollinators, cause adverse health effects in humans, and pollute waterways. Hemp can provide a safe habitat for pollinators seeking refuge.

Hemp is resistant to pests. Thus, farmers don’t need to use pesticides, which are known to kill pollinators, cause adversehealth effects in humans, and pollute waterways. By eliminating the need for pesticides, hemp will keep pollinators safe. In addition, hemp is also resistant to predators, which means hemp can provide a safe habitat for pollinators seeking refuge.

Prohibitive Cannabis policies have massively undermined economic, social, cultural, civil, political human rights. Developing legal market regulations for the Cannabis plant and its derivatives is a way to address the enormous profits of drug trafficking organizations and their capacity of corruption among politicians, public institutions and economic stakeholders.

Farmers and entrepreneurs, startups, corporations, politicians, NGOs, and local co-ops… everyone benefits from hemp!

Reduce Deforestation

with Hemp Fiber, Paper

& Packaging.

WWF declared that ‘If forests are cleared, or even disturbed, they release
carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases. Forest loss and damage is
the cause of around 10% of global warming. There's simply no way we can
fight the climate crisis if we don't stop deforestation. Weneed to protect
forests nowmore than ever’.

CannAcubed will focus on signing offtake agreements with strategic
partners to supply enough hemp fiber&stalks to the pulp&paper industry,
and invest into large-scale automatic hemp fiber stripping equipment to
pioneer the Hemp paper & packaging sector.

WWF declared that ‘If forests are cleared, or even disturbed, they release carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases. Forest loss and damage is
the cause of around 10% of global warming. There's simply no way we can fight the climate crisis if we don't stop deforestation. Weneed to protect
forests now more than ever’.

CannAcubed will focus on signing offtake agreements with strategic partners to supply enough hemp fiber&stalks to the pulp&paper industry,
and invest into large-scale automatic hemp fiber stripping equipment to pioneer the Hemp paper & packaging sector.

Impact

Environmental, Climate Action,

Sustainable Cities

& Communities

Project Type

Special Purpose Vehicle

Raw Materials Used

Stalks & Fibre

Target Factory

Fund Allocation

Research & Development,
Hemp Planting, Prototype dev,
IP & Patent registration

Investment

Carbon Sequestered

Geography

Asia Pacific
North America
South/Latin America
Europ

Project 

5

 – 

Hemp Bioplastics

SDG Goals:

Hemp is a cash crop for farmers in Asia and abroad. It provides a sustainable and environmental business that supports the Agriculture sector.

Hemp is a superfood. Hemp seeds are high in fiber, iron, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, zinc, vitamin E, and magnesium achieving foodsecurity and improved nutrition whilst promoting sustainable agriculture.

The medical & health benefits of cannabinoids are well-documented, and millions of patients have now embraced these compounds as a cheaper, safer, and more effective option to help treat severe illnesses such as cancer, epilepsy, and PTSD. The endocannabinoid system modulates the regulation of the neuroendocrine system, which regulates organ function and stress response and helps maintain a healthy balance across the neuroendocrine system and related physiological body systems.

A non-stigmatizing, non-discriminatory, evidence-informed, and realistic address of the effects of non-psychoactive plants, products, and substances, such as Industrial Hemp is key to close the knowledge gap on the professions required to operate in legally regulated Cannabis markets (biosciences, horticultural, agronomics, consumers good fabrication, sales, etc.).

Female leadership in the legal Cannabis industry is superior to that of other market sectors, which deserves monitoring and encouragement. More and more women are claiming their place in the emerging Cannabis legal private sector, especially in the scientific and therapeutic segments. Female leadership in this industry has made its way through, and today, women are beginning to be leaders in this field.

Hemp plants have been proposed to clean nutrients from water to help determine how much phosphorus and nitrogen each hemp plant can uptake from waterways. Hemp plants could serve as a floating wetlands system that would be harvested, roots and all, removing the nutrient load the plants absorb from the water.

A 2010 study found biogas from hemp to be a high yielding alternative to ethanol from wheat and biodiesel from rapeseed. The waste product from hemp biogas production can be used as a fertilizer. The environmental benefits of hemp are praised highly since hemp cultivation requires minimal amounts of pesticide. Since the plant shades the bottom quickly after sowing, they will outgrow weeds, a trait unusual especially for organic farmers. Numerous studies show that biogas production from hemp is a promising possibility for the production of vehicle fuel from energy crops, and several commercial projects showed that hemp gave one of the highest gross yields of vehicle fuel per hectare achieved.

Hemp is the only plant that produces complete nutrition and sustainable biofuels from the same harvest. This eliminates the trade-off between energy production and food security. In addition to being the world’s most useful, nutritious and safely therapeutic herb bearing seed, hemp also produces biodegradable plastics, paper, cloth, resins, therapeutics, pesticides, graphene for supercapacitors and building materials.

Non psychoactivity-related products of the Cannabis plant have proven to efficiently replace synthetic or petroleum-based materials, being high performance and environmentally-friendly. Biocomposites made of Cannabis fibers (polypropylene, polyethylene, polyester) are resistant, durable, cost-effective, and for these reasons already widely used commercially (for furniture, roofing shingles, bioplastic, cars package trays, automotion door panels, etc). That material is key to building resilient and environment-friendly infrastructures and industries.

Sustainable Cannabis policies should address equality of opportunities and non-discrimination: not restricting access to legal markets for people with medical need, and addressing barriers to entry into the legally regulated Cannabis industry for communities who have been harmed the most by the prohibitionist policies.

The most sustainable building material isn't concrete or steel — it's hemp. Hempcrete is a biocomposite material, which is used as a material for construction and insulation... The result is a lightweight insulating material ideal for most climatesas it combines insulation and thermal mass.

Hemp is a sustainable crop that rejuvenates the soil, uses less water than most industrialcrops, and uses no pesticides or fertilizers.

One hectare of industrial hemp can absorb approximately 22 tonnes of CO2 making it one of the fastest CO2-to-biomass conversion tools. Industrial hemp is the perfect carbon sink because it absorbs more CO2 per hectare, annually than any other commercial crop or commercial forestry.

Hemp is biodiversity friendly in terms of species numbers and in competition of nutrients with wild land. Hemp plantations especially increase the numbers of birds. As many bird keepers will be aware, hemp seed is by far their favourite food. Hemp is also resistant to pests. Thus, farmers don’t need to use pesticides, which are known to kill pollinators, cause adverse health effects in humans, and pollute waterways. Hemp can provide a safe habitat for pollinators seeking refuge.

Hemp is resistant to pests. Thus, farmers don’t need to use pesticides, which are known to kill pollinators, cause adversehealth effects in humans, and pollute waterways. By eliminating the need for pesticides, hemp will keep pollinators safe. In addition, hemp is also resistant to predators, which means hemp can provide a safe habitat for pollinators seeking refuge.

Prohibitive Cannabis policies have massively undermined economic, social, cultural, civil, political human rights. Developing legal market regulations for the Cannabis plant and its derivatives is a way to address the enormous profits of drug trafficking organizations and their capacity of corruption among politicians, public institutions and economic stakeholders.

Farmers and entrepreneurs, startups, corporations, politicians, NGOs, and local co-ops… everyone benefits from hemp!

Development of Hemp Bioplastics

& New Materials.

The strength of hemp plastic makes it appealing in several industries.
Hemp is known to contain around 75% cellulose, and is considered an extremely
promising source, largely due to its relative sustainability and low environmental impact.
Cellulose is nature's most abundant renewable polymer.

Further, Hemp absorbs four times the amount of carbon dioxide as trees do amid its
rapid 12-14 week develop cycle. Delivering hemp plastic likewise requires 22-45%
less energy than non-renewable energy source based items.Wecan grow thousands
of hectares of hemp and pull hundreds of thousands of tonnes of carbon dioxide out
of the atmosphere.

The carbon from the carbon dioxide can then be used to make plastics, and once
disposed of, will biodegrade bringing carbon back into the soil creating a circular economy.
The automotive, building, and packaging industries can all benefit using hemp plastic.
It is also lightweight and has a very high ratio of density to weight.

The strength of hemp plastic makes it appealing in several industries.Hemp is known to contain around 75% cellulose, and is considered an extremely promising source, largely due to its relative sustainability and low environmental impact. Cellulose is nature's most abundant renewable polymer.

Further, Hemp absorbs four times the amount of carbon dioxide as trees do amid its rapid 12-14 weeks develop cycle. Delivering hemp plastic likewise requires 22-45% less energy than non-renewable energy source based items. We can grow thousands of hectares of hemp and pull hundreds of thousands of tonnes of carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere.

The carbon from the carbon dioxide can then be used to make plastics, and once disposed of, will biodegrade bringing carbon back into the soil creating a circular economy. The automotive, building, and packaging industries can all benefit using hemp plastic. It is also lightweight and has a very high ratio of density to weight.

Impact

Poverty, Hunger,

Gender Equality, Life on Land

Project Type

Joint Venture

Raw Materials Used

Seed

Target Factory

Fund Allocation

Research & Development,
Hemp Planting, Laboratory genetic
modification, Plant Breeder filing

Investment

Carbon Sequestered

Geography

Asia Pacific
North America
South/Latin America
Europe

Project 

6

 – 

Seed R&D

SDG Goals:

Hemp is a cash crop for farmers in Asia and abroad. It provides a sustainable and environmental business that supports the Agriculture sector.

Hemp is a superfood. Hemp seeds are high in fiber, iron, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, zinc, vitamin E, and magnesium achieving foodsecurity and improved nutrition whilst promoting sustainable agriculture.

The medical & health benefits of cannabinoids are well-documented, and millions of patients have now embraced these compounds as a cheaper, safer, and more effective option to help treat severe illnesses such as cancer, epilepsy, and PTSD. The endocannabinoid system modulates the regulation of the neuroendocrine system, which regulates organ function and stress response and helps maintain a healthy balance across the neuroendocrine system and related physiological body systems.

A non-stigmatizing, non-discriminatory, evidence-informed, and realistic address of the effects of non-psychoactive plants, products, and substances, such as Industrial Hemp is key to close the knowledge gap on the professions required to operate in legally regulated Cannabis markets (biosciences, horticultural, agronomics, consumers good fabrication, sales, etc.).

Female leadership in the legal Cannabis industry is superior to that of other market sectors, which deserves monitoring and encouragement. More and more women are claiming their place in the emerging Cannabis legal private sector, especially in the scientific and therapeutic segments. Female leadership in this industry has made its way through, and today, women are beginning to be leaders in this field.

Hemp plants have been proposed to clean nutrients from water to help determine how much phosphorus and nitrogen each hemp plant can uptake from waterways. Hemp plants could serve as a floating wetlands system that would be harvested, roots and all, removing the nutrient load the plants absorb from the water.

A 2010 study found biogas from hemp to be a high yielding alternative to ethanol from wheat and biodiesel from rapeseed. The waste product from hemp biogas production can be used as a fertilizer. The environmental benefits of hemp are praised highly since hemp cultivation requires minimal amounts of pesticide. Since the plant shades the bottom quickly after sowing, they will outgrow weeds, a trait unusual especially for organic farmers. Numerous studies show that biogas production from hemp is a promising possibility for the production of vehicle fuel from energy crops, and several commercial projects showed that hemp gave one of the highest gross yields of vehicle fuel per hectare achieved.

Hemp is the only plant that produces complete nutrition and sustainable biofuels from the same harvest. This eliminates the trade-off between energy production and food security. In addition to being the world’s most useful, nutritious and safely therapeutic herb bearing seed, hemp also produces biodegradable plastics, paper, cloth, resins, therapeutics, pesticides, graphene for supercapacitors and building materials.

Non psychoactivity-related products of the Cannabis plant have proven to efficiently replace synthetic or petroleum-based materials, being high performance and environmentally-friendly. Biocomposites made of Cannabis fibers (polypropylene, polyethylene, polyester) are resistant, durable, cost-effective, and for these reasons already widely used commercially (for furniture, roofing shingles, bioplastic, cars package trays, automotion door panels, etc). That material is key to building resilient and environment-friendly infrastructures and industries.

Sustainable Cannabis policies should address equality of opportunities and non-discrimination: not restricting access to legal markets for people with medical need, and addressing barriers to entry into the legally regulated Cannabis industry for communities who have been harmed the most by the prohibitionist policies.

The most sustainable building material isn't concrete or steel — it's hemp. Hempcrete is a biocomposite material, which is used as a material for construction and insulation... The result is a lightweight insulating material ideal for most climatesas it combines insulation and thermal mass.

Hemp is a sustainable crop that rejuvenates the soil, uses less water than most industrialcrops, and uses no pesticides or fertilizers.

One hectare of industrial hemp can absorb approximately 22 tonnes of CO2 making it one of the fastest CO2-to-biomass conversion tools. Industrial hemp is the perfect carbon sink because it absorbs more CO2 per hectare, annually than any other commercial crop or commercial forestry.

Hemp is biodiversity friendly in terms of species numbers and in competition of nutrients with wild land. Hemp plantations especially increase the numbers of birds. As many bird keepers will be aware, hemp seed is by far their favourite food. Hemp is also resistant to pests. Thus, farmers don’t need to use pesticides, which are known to kill pollinators, cause adverse health effects in humans, and pollute waterways. Hemp can provide a safe habitat for pollinators seeking refuge.

Hemp is resistant to pests. Thus, farmers don’t need to use pesticides, which are known to kill pollinators, cause adversehealth effects in humans, and pollute waterways. By eliminating the need for pesticides, hemp will keep pollinators safe. In addition, hemp is also resistant to predators, which means hemp can provide a safe habitat for pollinators seeking refuge.

Prohibitive Cannabis policies have massively undermined economic, social, cultural, civil, political human rights. Developing legal market regulations for the Cannabis plant and its derivatives is a way to address the enormous profits of drug trafficking organizations and their capacity of corruption among politicians, public institutions and economic stakeholders.

Farmers and entrepreneurs, startups, corporations, politicians, NGOs, and local co-ops… everyone benefits from hemp!

Seed Genetics Research

& Development.

Develop and wholesale elite plant genetics, provide advanced genomic
and plant-based analytics, develop science based total crop nutrition
and protection solutions and protect cultivar intellectual property
(Plant Breeder Rights registration) for global plant-based agronomic industries.

CannAcubed’s investment into Plant breeding allows us to solve some of the issues currently facing the Cannabis industry

  • Lack of stable, consistent and proprietary cannabis genetics
  • Trait and performance specific bioengineered cannabis cultivars
  • Bioengineered cannabis genetics developed for specific end-use
    applications (medicinal, nutraceutical, food, fibre, biomass, bioremediation,
    carbon sequestration)

Develop and wholesale elite plant genetics, provide advanced genomic and plant-based analytics, develop science based total crop nutrition
and protection solutions and protect cultivar intellectual property (Plant Breeder Rights registration) for global plant-based agronomic industries.

CannAcubed’s investment into Plant breeding allows us to solve some of the issues currently facing the Cannabis industry

  • Lack of stable, consistent and proprietary cannabis genetics
  • Trait and performance specific bioengineered cannabis cultivars
  • Bioengineered cannabis genetics developed for specific end-use
    applications (medicinal, nutraceutical, food, fibre, biomass, bioremediation,
    carbon sequestration)

Impact

Good Health and Well-being

Project Type

Joint Venture

Raw Materials Used

Cannabinoids, Compounds, API’s

Target Factory

Fund Allocation

Research & Development,
Clinical trials, Scientific partnerships,
Drug manufacturing

Investment

Carbon Sequestered

Geography

Asia Pacific
North America
South/Latin America
Europe

Project 

7

 – 

Cancer Treatment Hub

SDG Goals:

Hemp is a cash crop for farmers in Asia and abroad. It provides a sustainable and environmental business that supports the Agriculture sector.

Hemp is a superfood. Hemp seeds are high in fiber, iron, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, zinc, vitamin E, and magnesium achieving foodsecurity and improved nutrition whilst promoting sustainable agriculture.

The medical & health benefits of cannabinoids are well-documented, and millions of patients have now embraced these compounds as a cheaper, safer, and more effective option to help treat severe illnesses such as cancer, epilepsy, and PTSD. The endocannabinoid system modulates the regulation of the neuroendocrine system, which regulates organ function and stress response and helps maintain a healthy balance across the neuroendocrine system and related physiological body systems.

A non-stigmatizing, non-discriminatory, evidence-informed, and realistic address of the effects of non-psychoactive plants, products, and substances, such as Industrial Hemp is key to close the knowledge gap on the professions required to operate in legally regulated Cannabis markets (biosciences, horticultural, agronomics, consumers good fabrication, sales, etc.).

Female leadership in the legal Cannabis industry is superior to that of other market sectors, which deserves monitoring and encouragement. More and more women are claiming their place in the emerging Cannabis legal private sector, especially in the scientific and therapeutic segments. Female leadership in this industry has made its way through, and today, women are beginning to be leaders in this field.

Hemp plants have been proposed to clean nutrients from water to help determine how much phosphorus and nitrogen each hemp plant can uptake from waterways. Hemp plants could serve as a floating wetlands system that would be harvested, roots and all, removing the nutrient load the plants absorb from the water.

A 2010 study found biogas from hemp to be a high yielding alternative to ethanol from wheat and biodiesel from rapeseed. The waste product from hemp biogas production can be used as a fertilizer. The environmental benefits of hemp are praised highly since hemp cultivation requires minimal amounts of pesticide. Since the plant shades the bottom quickly after sowing, they will outgrow weeds, a trait unusual especially for organic farmers. Numerous studies show that biogas production from hemp is a promising possibility for the production of vehicle fuel from energy crops, and several commercial projects showed that hemp gave one of the highest gross yields of vehicle fuel per hectare achieved.

Hemp is the only plant that produces complete nutrition and sustainable biofuels from the same harvest. This eliminates the trade-off between energy production and food security. In addition to being the world’s most useful, nutritious and safely therapeutic herb bearing seed, hemp also produces biodegradable plastics, paper, cloth, resins, therapeutics, pesticides, graphene for supercapacitors and building materials.

Non psychoactivity-related products of the Cannabis plant have proven to efficiently replace synthetic or petroleum-based materials, being high performance and environmentally-friendly. Biocomposites made of Cannabis fibers (polypropylene, polyethylene, polyester) are resistant, durable, cost-effective, and for these reasons already widely used commercially (for furniture, roofing shingles, bioplastic, cars package trays, automotion door panels, etc). That material is key to building resilient and environment-friendly infrastructures and industries.

Sustainable Cannabis policies should address equality of opportunities and non-discrimination: not restricting access to legal markets for people with medical need, and addressing barriers to entry into the legally regulated Cannabis industry for communities who have been harmed the most by the prohibitionist policies.

The most sustainable building material isn't concrete or steel — it's hemp. Hempcrete is a biocomposite material, which is used as a material for construction and insulation... The result is a lightweight insulating material ideal for most climatesas it combines insulation and thermal mass.

Hemp is a sustainable crop that rejuvenates the soil, uses less water than most industrialcrops, and uses no pesticides or fertilizers.

One hectare of industrial hemp can absorb approximately 22 tonnes of CO2 making it one of the fastest CO2-to-biomass conversion tools. Industrial hemp is the perfect carbon sink because it absorbs more CO2 per hectare, annually than any other commercial crop or commercial forestry.

Hemp is biodiversity friendly in terms of species numbers and in competition of nutrients with wild land. Hemp plantations especially increase the numbers of birds. As many bird keepers will be aware, hemp seed is by far their favourite food. Hemp is also resistant to pests. Thus, farmers don’t need to use pesticides, which are known to kill pollinators, cause adverse health effects in humans, and pollute waterways. Hemp can provide a safe habitat for pollinators seeking refuge.

Hemp is resistant to pests. Thus, farmers don’t need to use pesticides, which are known to kill pollinators, cause adversehealth effects in humans, and pollute waterways. By eliminating the need for pesticides, hemp will keep pollinators safe. In addition, hemp is also resistant to predators, which means hemp can provide a safe habitat for pollinators seeking refuge.

Prohibitive Cannabis policies have massively undermined economic, social, cultural, civil, political human rights. Developing legal market regulations for the Cannabis plant and its derivatives is a way to address the enormous profits of drug trafficking organizations and their capacity of corruption among politicians, public institutions and economic stakeholders.

Farmers and entrepreneurs, startups, corporations, politicians, NGOs, and local co-ops… everyone benefits from hemp!

Thai Cannabis

Cancer Treatment Hub.

Cannabis has been used in medicine for thousands of years prior to achieving its current
illicit substance status. Cannabinoids, the active components of Cannabis sativa, mimic
the effects of the endogenous cannabinoids(end ocannabinoids), activating specific
cannabinoid receptors, particularly CB1 found predominantly in the central nervous
system and CB2 found predominantly in cells involved with immune function.

CannAcubed is looking to develop a Cannabis Cancer Treatment Hub in Thailand.
The Group intends to research the main bioactive cannabinoids in the plant, as a potential
prescription medication approved for treatment of cancer chemotherapy-induced nausea
and vomiting and anorexia. Cannabinoids may be of benefit in the treatment of cancer-
related pain, possibly synergistic with opioid analgesics.

Cannabis has been used in medicine for thousands of years prior to achieving its current illicit substance status. Cannabinoids, the active components of Cannabis sativa, mimic the effects of the endogenous cannabinoids(end ocannabinoids), activating specific
cannabinoid receptors, particularly CB1 found predominantly in the central nervous system and CB2 found predominantly in cells involved with immune function.

CannAcubed is looking to develop a Cannabis Cancer Treatment Hub in Thailand. The Group intends to research the main bioactive cannabinoids in the plant, as a potential prescription medication approved for treatment of cancer chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting and anorexia. Cannabinoids may be of benefit in the treatment of cancer-related pain, possibly synergistic with opioid analgesics.

Impact

Good Health and Well-being

Project Type

Joint Venture

Raw Materials Used

CBx Compounds

Target Factory

Fund Allocation

Research & Development,
New Product Development,
High Tech Manufacturing,
Sales & Channel Marketing

Investment

Carbon Sequestered

Geography

Asia Pacific
North America
South/Latin America
Europe

Project 

8

 – 

Anti Aging & Longevity

SDG Goals:

Hemp is a cash crop for farmers in Asia and abroad. It provides a sustainable and environmental business that supports the Agriculture sector.

Hemp is a superfood. Hemp seeds are high in fiber, iron, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, zinc, vitamin E, and magnesium achieving foodsecurity and improved nutrition whilst promoting sustainable agriculture.

The medical & health benefits of cannabinoids are well-documented, and millions of patients have now embraced these compounds as a cheaper, safer, and more effective option to help treat severe illnesses such as cancer, epilepsy, and PTSD. The endocannabinoid system modulates the regulation of the neuroendocrine system, which regulates organ function and stress response and helps maintain a healthy balance across the neuroendocrine system and related physiological body systems.

A non-stigmatizing, non-discriminatory, evidence-informed, and realistic address of the effects of non-psychoactive plants, products, and substances, such as Industrial Hemp is key to close the knowledge gap on the professions required to operate in legally regulated Cannabis markets (biosciences, horticultural, agronomics, consumers good fabrication, sales, etc.).

Female leadership in the legal Cannabis industry is superior to that of other market sectors, which deserves monitoring and encouragement. More and more women are claiming their place in the emerging Cannabis legal private sector, especially in the scientific and therapeutic segments. Female leadership in this industry has made its way through, and today, women are beginning to be leaders in this field.

Hemp plants have been proposed to clean nutrients from water to help determine how much phosphorus and nitrogen each hemp plant can uptake from waterways. Hemp plants could serve as a floating wetlands system that would be harvested, roots and all, removing the nutrient load the plants absorb from the water.

A 2010 study found biogas from hemp to be a high yielding alternative to ethanol from wheat and biodiesel from rapeseed. The waste product from hemp biogas production can be used as a fertilizer. The environmental benefits of hemp are praised highly since hemp cultivation requires minimal amounts of pesticide. Since the plant shades the bottom quickly after sowing, they will outgrow weeds, a trait unusual especially for organic farmers. Numerous studies show that biogas production from hemp is a promising possibility for the production of vehicle fuel from energy crops, and several commercial projects showed that hemp gave one of the highest gross yields of vehicle fuel per hectare achieved.

Hemp is the only plant that produces complete nutrition and sustainable biofuels from the same harvest. This eliminates the trade-off between energy production and food security. In addition to being the world’s most useful, nutritious and safely therapeutic herb bearing seed, hemp also produces biodegradable plastics, paper, cloth, resins, therapeutics, pesticides, graphene for supercapacitors and building materials.

Non psychoactivity-related products of the Cannabis plant have proven to efficiently replace synthetic or petroleum-based materials, being high performance and environmentally-friendly. Biocomposites made of Cannabis fibers (polypropylene, polyethylene, polyester) are resistant, durable, cost-effective, and for these reasons already widely used commercially (for furniture, roofing shingles, bioplastic, cars package trays, automotion door panels, etc). That material is key to building resilient and environment-friendly infrastructures and industries.

Sustainable Cannabis policies should address equality of opportunities and non-discrimination: not restricting access to legal markets for people with medical need, and addressing barriers to entry into the legally regulated Cannabis industry for communities who have been harmed the most by the prohibitionist policies.

The most sustainable building material isn't concrete or steel — it's hemp. Hempcrete is a biocomposite material, which is used as a material for construction and insulation... The result is a lightweight insulating material ideal for most climatesas it combines insulation and thermal mass.

Hemp is a sustainable crop that rejuvenates the soil, uses less water than most industrialcrops, and uses no pesticides or fertilizers.

One hectare of industrial hemp can absorb approximately 22 tonnes of CO2 making it one of the fastest CO2-to-biomass conversion tools. Industrial hemp is the perfect carbon sink because it absorbs more CO2 per hectare, annually than any other commercial crop or commercial forestry.

Hemp is biodiversity friendly in terms of species numbers and in competition of nutrients with wild land. Hemp plantations especially increase the numbers of birds. As many bird keepers will be aware, hemp seed is by far their favourite food. Hemp is also resistant to pests. Thus, farmers don’t need to use pesticides, which are known to kill pollinators, cause adverse health effects in humans, and pollute waterways. Hemp can provide a safe habitat for pollinators seeking refuge.

Hemp is resistant to pests. Thus, farmers don’t need to use pesticides, which are known to kill pollinators, cause adversehealth effects in humans, and pollute waterways. By eliminating the need for pesticides, hemp will keep pollinators safe. In addition, hemp is also resistant to predators, which means hemp can provide a safe habitat for pollinators seeking refuge.

Prohibitive Cannabis policies have massively undermined economic, social, cultural, civil, political human rights. Developing legal market regulations for the Cannabis plant and its derivatives is a way to address the enormous profits of drug trafficking organizations and their capacity of corruption among politicians, public institutions and economic stakeholders.

Farmers and entrepreneurs, startups, corporations, politicians, NGOs, and local co-ops… everyone benefits from hemp!

CBD Health & Life

Enhancement Clinics.

China's population is aging faster than almost all other countries in modern
history. In 2050, the proportion of Chinese over retirement age will become
39 percent of the total population. The nation’s senior citizens, defined as those
aged 60 and above –will rise to 300 million in five years, up from 254 million
last year.

Research has shown that Developmental exposure to cannabidiol (CBD)
promotes longevity and health span amongst subjects.

CannAcubed’s CBD Health & Life Enhancement Clinics will study the long-term,
age-related consequences of developmental cannabidiol (CBD) exposure.
We recognize there is a critical gap given the established Developmental
Origins of Health and Disease (DOHaD) paradigm which emphasizes that
stressors, like drug exposure, early in life can instigate molecular and cellular
changes that ultimately lead to adverse outcomes later in life.

Providing access to CBD&Cannabis health supplements may have significant
positive health impacts for aging populations in China&around the world.

China's population is aging faster than almost all other countries in modern history. In 2050, the proportion of Chinese over retirement age will become 39 percent of the total population. The nation’s senior citizens, defined as those aged 60 and above –will rise to 300 million in five years, up from 254 million last year.

Research has shown that Developmental exposure to cannabidiol (CBD) promotes longevity and health span amongst subjects.

CannAcubed’s CBD Health & Life Enhancement Clinics will study the long-term, age-related consequences of developmental cannabidiol (CBD) exposure. We recognize there is a critical gap given the established Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (DOHaD) paradigm which emphasizes that stressors, like drug exposure, early in life can instigate molecular and cellular changes that ultimately lead to adverse outcomes later in life.

Providing access to CBD&Cannabis health supplements may have significant positive health impacts for aging populations in China&around the world.

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