As cannabis continues to stake a large claim in the medical industry, the world is slowly opening up to the idea of cannabis for medicinal purposes. And since the decriminalisation of the use, possession and growth of cannabis in 2018, South Africa has quickly become known for their premium quality cannabis. After the businessman Ambassador Wadih Chammas saw the benefits and impact of cannabis on his epileptic daughter, he set out to make a difference in people’s lives by way of medical cannabis. With his business partner and CEO Ambassador Leticia Lacour, the two recently established TITI Medical, a cultivation, manufacturing and export cannabis company based out of Johannesburg.
With new and innovative indoor and greenhouse facilities that span over 3500 square meters, TITI Medical is capable of growing a minimum of 50,000 cannabis plants a year, with consistency of a high quality medical grade product. In addition, their facility was also designed to function as a fully sustainable operation, meeting every growing and manufacturing prerequisite. The processing facility is GACP (Good Agricultural and Collection Practice) certified on growing and built with EU GMP specifications. As a result, TITI Medical is the first South African cannabis producer to meet SAHPRA (South African Health Products Regulatory Authority) regulations.
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