Literature and Research

Cannabis in research

Cannabis is getting an increasing proportion in research, especially raw cannabis. It's hemp that's not thermally treated. Many scientific groups and institutions are involved in the research and study of raw cannabis. Dr. William I. Courtney is one of the best-known physicians who researches the benefits of raw cannabis and promotes the use of raw hemp juice.

More than 10,000 patients have given Dr William Courtney the ability to explore and understand how raw cannabis as a diet affects every cell of the body. In order to use this plant properly, we must use it in the way it developed 30-40 million years ago, i.e. raw. The words of dr. Courtney's nameis: "PLEASE DON'T HEAT UP CANNABIS!

How to obtain fresh hemp juice 

In true maturity, hemp leaves are collected by hand and then pure natural juice is obtained using cold compression technology. After pressing the juice, we freeze quickly to preserve all natural cannabis ingredients. Fresh hemp juice contains most of the vitamins and minerals that are needed for human health. The level of calcium in hemp sugar is more than you would find in a glass of milk! The juice also has a high potassium content, more than it contains a banana. Natural and fresh hemp juice also contains a healthy dose of zinc, contains all flavonoids, terpenoids, plant alkaloids and is an excellent source of chlorophyl. The body is best regenerated when saturated with phyto-cannabinoids, making it advisable to consate fresh juice for at least 3 months.

Dr. William I. Courtney

In the video, you can see the experience of a girl being 200,000 with raw cannabis. Dr. William Courtney will talk about the healing effects. 

Cannabis in research - cannabidiol in water-soluble form


Cannabidiol ( CBD ) is one of 85 phytocanabinoids and the most represented cannabinoid currently known to exist in hemp.

CBD is currently being studied around the world. A growing number of studies prove that this natural compound has major health benefits. The study on ecological CBD -ju, published in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology in 2013,identified the following actions and health benefits:

  • anticonvulsant action,
  • anti-emetic action (reduces nausea and vomiting)
  • antipsychotic activity,
  • anti-inflammatory action,
  • antioxidant action,
  • anti-tumor and anti-cancer activity,
  • antidepressant and anxiety (reduced anxiety).



CBD image with hemp in the background