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Cannabis, also known as Vijaya or bhaang, is a versatile plant with a wide range of uses. The primary use of cannabis is for medicinal purposes. The compounds found in the plant, such as CBD, THC, CBN, CBC etc. are used to treat a variety of conditions including pain, anxiety, depression, and even serious medical conditions like epilepsy and multiple sclerosis.

A variety of Cannabis popularly known as hemp, is a species of the cannabis plant that is grown specifically for industrial use. Hemp is used to make various products such as clothing, paper, biodegradable plastics, building materials and even biofuels. Hemp is also used as a food source, with its seeds and oil being rich in essential fatty acids and protein.

Recreational use of Cannabis is also very prevalent around the world. A compound known as THC is responsible for the euphoric, relaxing and mood enhancing effects that people experience while smoking cannabis or ingesting bhaang. Smoking and vaporizing are the most common methods of consumption, but edible products and topicals are also becoming increasingly popular as well.

Lastly, cannabis is also used for spiritual purposes. In some cultures, Cannabis is considered a sacrament and is used in religious ceremonies to achieve a heightened spiritual state of consciousness. In the Indian subcontinent consumption of Bhaang is very common during the festivals of Holi and Mahashivratri. Overall, the uses of the cannabis plant are diverse and continue to evolve as more research is conducted on its potential benefits.


Angetha Agro &
the Sustainable Development Goals

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) also known as The Global Goals, were adopted by all United Nations member states in 2015 as a universal blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all. We have aligned ourselves with the following goals:
Cannabis has been used for healing & medicinal purposes for centuries. It contains several cannabinoids like THC and CBD that have pain-relieving, anti-inflammatory, and anti-anxiety properties. The use of cannabis for medicinal purposes is supported by scientific evidence and there is also reference to the medicinal properties of Cannabis in Ayurveda.
Goal 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth
We believe in development which is inclusive in nature. Using Industrial Cannabis, we aim to drastically change the lives of the rural communities by boosting the rural economy and providing them with dignified employment opportunities.
Cannabis is the very definition of sustainable living. One can grow Cannabis and make several items of desirability from it, no part of the Cannabis plant goes to waste. We are working towards empowering the rural communities of India by educating them about Cannabis and its applications.
Development shouldn’t come at the cost of the planet’s well-being. All of our products are produced using ethical means and help people develop consumption habits that don’t cause any harm to our environment.
Industrial Cannabis as a crop absorbs 22 tonnes of CO2 per hectare, making Cannabis-derived products a greener alternative to their existing counterparts. Our products help users reduce their carbon footprint. Cannabis-based products are 100% biodegradable, making it a great solution to pollution.
We are involved in research projects that work towards saving Indian landraces of Cannabis. In collaboration with other individuals, we collect, study, document, and preserve Cannabis landraces found across India.

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