At Canchana, every one of our strains has been bred with the aim to meet a variety of needs. We take the responsibility of cultivating cannabis with the utmost seriousness. We use a high level of standardization to ensure there is a consistent cannabinoid grade and no harmful micro-organisms in each final product. Independent laboratories verify each batch to ensure it meets the required potency and quality parameters.



From start to finish and batch to batch, we grow medicinal cannabis to the best quality standards to provide reliable and safe products in accordance with strict EU GMP regulations. Staff, facilities, and equipment all meet the highest standards. If necessary, products are run through a microbial germ reduction process to ensure that the dried cannabis flowers are safe for consumption. 

Medical cannabis

A variety of high-quality cannabis flowers for medicinal purposes as well as cannabis extracts to produce an oily cannabidiol liquid are part of our product portfolio.

According to German law, cannabis is classified and regulated as a narcotic substance. For this reason, we are not allowed to make any public references regarding our products neither to advertise them.

Furthermore, we are not allowed by law to provide the public with more detailed product descriptions or information. We kindly ask for understanding.

On the other hand, healthcare experts and doctors are welcome to contact us for detailed product information. Pharmacists who have specific questions about our products or order them can contact our customer service.

Medical cannabis

Cannabis has been used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years in cultures where the plant natively grows. Its anti-inflammatory, sedative, hallucinogenic, analgesic, and hypnotic effects made it a popular folk remedy, and it is still widely used around the world despite legislation against it in many places.


The main psychoactive ingredient of cannabis is tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which acts on specific receptors in the brain known as cannabinoidor CB1 receptors.

The intoxicating effect of THC is caused by the THC hooking on to the CB1 and CB2 receptors, which triggers a sensation that can be compared to a runner’s high. Receptor CB1 is mainly responsible for the psychoactive effect of THC.