ICANNA – International Institute for Cannabinoids

ICANNA - The International institute for Cannabinoids is a non-profit NGO, which was formed by the collaboration of partners from Slovenia, Germany and Austria. As an interdisciplinary organization, it brings together an array of experts, researchers and scientists from different countries.

The purpose of the institute is a multi-national cooperation in the field of cannabinoid research. The Institute achieves its goals through the implementation of research, development, analysis, education, training, counseling, monitoring, publishing, informing, raising awareness, proposing expert opinions or standpoints, offering expert advice and similar.

The mission of the Institute is to bring together experts from diverse fields, enable an integrated approach in this field, and provide a neutral and independent space for open discussion about cannabinoids. It is also of vital importance to provide access to verified, justified and scientific information about the plant, its ingredient and potentials, since we believe that:

Understanding can overcome any situation, however mysterious of insurmountable it may appear to be. Norman Vincent Peal

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What the cannabinoids are?

What the cannabinoids are?

Cannabinoids are a heterogeneous group of compounds, whose main common trait is that they bind to cannabinoid receptors. We currently know three groups of cannabinoids: endocannabinoids, phytocannabinoids and synthetic cannabinoids.

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What is the endocannabinoid system?

Our body not only produces its own cannabinoids, but has developed a complete signaling system, the so-called endocannabinoid system. It consists of endocannabinoids, cannabinoid receptors and enzymes.

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What is the endocannabinoid system?

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