Cannabis Research Alliance
Cannabis Research Alliance is founded on the idea that responsible cannabis-related businesses want to give back to establish trust and credibility in the sector through legitimate scientific and medical research as well as evidence-based education. Together we are a stronger force in driving comprehensive exploration of cannabis safety and efficacy across diverse health conditions, as well as sharing research findings to improve awareness and advocacy efforts.
We bring together the financial resources, multi-disciplinary thinking and cutting-edge research needed to explore how and why cannabis may deliver its broad health benefits.
- Brand Citizenship
Showcase your commitment to legitimately and quantitatively advance wellness-focused cannabis research.
Promote your brand with identifiable differentiation on product packaging, website, PR, social media and other communication channels.
- Coordinated Research & Advocacy
Join forces with other industry trailblazers and innovative thinkers to power meaningful evidence-based progress in the industry.
How it Works
Commit to donating the equivalent of 1% of gross sales to support research and educational initiatives spearheaded by the Wholistic Research and Education Foundation.
Elevate your brand citizenship by including the Cannabis Research Alliance logo on your website and commercially available product packaging as well as via PR and social media.
Participate in quarterly calls with the Wholistic Research and Education Foundation and other Alliance members to share industry needs, review progress on existing research projects and discuss future initiatives.
Cannabis Research Alliance certifies all member donations—legitimizing members’ commitment by reviewing and confirming both sales and donation details annually.
“We still do not understand many fundamental cannabinoids mechanisms, such as which receptors in the brain they work through and how they cause changes in brain networks underlying attention, anxiety, pain and mood. Deciphering the personalized effects of CBD and THC will have a profound impact on how various cannabinoids may best be used for medical treatments.”Jon-Kar Zubieta, MD, PhDChair of Department of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, University of Utah