Shane Johnson, SVP and General Manager of Bay Medica

“By midyear, we expect to have at least four rare cannabinoids available"

Seeing the potential of rare cannabinoids, InMed Pharmaceuticals is looking to scale up their production to commercial levels, and advanced biosynthetic production methods are necessary to ensure purity and consistency at such levels.

The acquisition of Bay Medica in October 2021 has provided an advantage for InMed in the rare cannabinoid biosynthesis industry. Bay Medica is a private U.S. firm specializing in the manufacturing and commercialization of rare cannabinoids for the health and wellness sector and now operates as a subsidiary of InMed. Bay Medica is comprised of a team of key scientists and professionals from large-scale producers, which gives InMed the unique opportunity to use the technology to scale up the rare cannabinoid synthesis production.

In a January news release, Shane Johnson, SVP and General Manager of Bay Medica, said the company was delivering on its objective to launch additional rare cannabinoids in early 2022 in response to inbound demand. “By midyear, we expect to have at least four rare cannabinoids available for the health and wellness markets, positioning us as a leading large-scale supplier of high-quality rare cannabinoids in these sectors,” Johnson explained.

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InMed Pharmaceuticals 
www.inmedpharma.com 


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