Medicinal cannabis extraction separates the active compounds of cannabis and removes them from the plant. These active compounds are called cannabinoids and there are over 100 of them found in the cannabis plant. Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and Cannabidiol (CBD) are just two examples. A number of techniques can be used in medicinal cannabis extraction to isolate specific active compounds, such as THC and CBD, from the marijuana plant.
To export medicinal marijuana products internationally and operate in the pharmaceutical market, Cannavais must adhere to strict quality standards. One of these standards is to have a GMP certified facility for our medicinal marijuana extraction.
GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) is the system we will use at our facility in St Vincent and the Grenadines for medicinal cannabis extraction. It ensures our medicinal marijuana is of consistent pharma grade quality and minimises the risks involved in pharmaceutical production.
Our GMP certified facility will ensure every step of medicinal marijuana extraction follows a robust system of procedures, processes and documentation to assure Cannavais’ products are of the quality, strength and composition stated on patient information labels and literature.
Employing GMP in our medicinal cannabis extraction process opens the door for us to begin exporting our premium medicinal cannabis products internationally and reach the patients who require medicinal marijuana products.