Robust Database of Strains & Cannabinoids
  • Strain profiles broken down by cannabinoid levels
  • Cluster analysis of strains tested in leading cannabis research facilities
  • Ranges in cannabinoid levels to account for standard deviation in strain testing
Data Aggregation Through Semantic Web
  • The world’s most comprehensive aggregation, compilation, and curation of all available research and data on cannabinoids, medical cannabis strains, recommended consumption methods, and corresponding ailments
  • Visualized relationships enable deeper understanding of the medicinal applications of cannabis
Validation Through Medical Devices
  • Analysis of cannabinoid-based therapies for specific ailments through BrainBot EEG testing data
  • Continuous medical cannabis validation with muscle spasm sensors and EKG devices


In order to understand how cannabis is capable of treating such a wide variety of ailments, it is necessary to understand what the endocannabinoid system is, and how it functions. The endogenous cannabinoid system is comprised of two receptors (CB1 & CB2) that are located throughout the body and are responsible for maintaining a constant state of homeostasis. The body sustains this balanced state by producing its own cannabinoids (known as endocannabinoids) that activate or block these receptors to produce specific therapeutic effects. Cannabis is the only existing plant that contains an abundance of naturally occurring cannabinoids. These cannabinoids (known as phytocannabinoids) mimic endocannabinoids and unlock the medicinal properties of CB1 and CB2 receptors throughout the human body.