- Forbes predicts medical marijuana sales to reach $13.3 billion by 2020
- Biotech/pharma market could surpass $20 billion by 2020, per estimates from Viridian Capital Advisors
- InMed’s biosynthesis process uses DNA and E. coli to produce cannabinoids that are identical to the 90+ found in nature
- The company’s pipeline drugs, focusing on rare dermatological diseases, glaucoma and topical pain treatments, are advancing toward clinical trials
There may be many companies exploring cannabinoid biosynthesis, but one in particular stands out. InMed Pharmaceuticals (CSE: IN) (OTCQB: IMLFF) has created a revolutionary process that is poised to impact the cannabinoid market. It’s just one of several companies mentioned in a recent industry article (http://cnw.fm/5MSOa) that are actively engaged in the race to synthesize the 90+ known cannabinoids in their natural forms.
InMed’s process involves using the genetic material of naturally occurring cannabinoids. By introducing their DNA in a controlled laboratory setting, scientists can create compounds that are identical to those found in nature. Each cannabinoid has the same chemical makeup as its natural counterpart. The difficult, expensive and time-consuming challenges of planting, growing and harvesting cannabis, and then extracting the individual cannabinoids for medical use, are greatly…
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