Why
Cannabis?

Our inspiration came from the close bond between nature and tradition to exploit the precious properties of cannabis. A beautiful idea linked to th memory of our recent past: this precious, simple plant which, only a few decades ago, was considered a ductile, raw material, can now be used in a thousand different ways always linked to a healthy lifestyle, starting with nutrition.

The name cannabis is a scientific suffix which reflects how serious we are. We saw the inspired and increasingly popular use of cannabinoids in medicine and preventive therapy, and our project proposes to relaunch and rehabilitate the plant and take the concept beyond the prejudice that surrounds it. Our Cannabis Clinic and Restaurant aims, therefore, to draw the quality of tourist hospitality closer to the correct information on the use of cannabinoids as natural by-products of the plant, especially in the kitchen.

Why a
Clinic?

You will be able to book a personalised consultancy appointment with our medical team at the Bottega Artigiana delle Cure, where doctors and professionals with clinical experience of cannabinoids will be able to monitor and follow guests both before and/or after their holiday.

The team of the Bottega Artigiana delle Cure will discuss your situation with you before your stay to understand and, should you so wish, guide you to an understanding and mindful use of cannabinoids. Healthy practice and correct information, which our sector is desperately in need of, therefore, to compensate for incorrect ideas and bad information.

Why a
Restaurant?

The structure offers bed and breakfast and, for those guests who so wish, subject to meeting the minimum number required, it also offers healthy, delicious dishes based on cannabis (standard menus based on the traditional food and wine of the area are also available) and other seasonal fruit and vegetables, all carefully prepared.

Trekking, excursions by Mountain bike and on horseback, a swimming pool and truffle hunts. Our private little lake is available for fishing enthusiasts.

Our rooms will welcome you and make you forget your frenetic, stressful everyday life. Each room has an en-suite and free Wi-Fi throughout with a themed ecological interior design created by Antonaccio Pasqui.

A short distance from the splendid town of Gubbio stands the Cannabis Clinic & Restaurant, an enchanting place, immersed in a peaceful, uncontaminated landscape equipped with every comfort. This is the ideal place to retreat from the frenetic, stressful rhythms of daily life.

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On Fridays we are going to teach you about Phytocannabinoids!

Today's feature is Cannabidiol or CBD.

CBDA is the most common phytocannabinoid produced by fiber cannabis (hemp) varieties, and through the process of decarboxylation it is converted into CBD. A hypothesis suggests, at some point ancestral cannabis only produced CBD. In modern cannabis, cultivars producing both THC and CBD that contain less CBD than THC are relatively scarce.

CB1 receptors are mainly found in the brain and nervous system, plus in peripheral organs and tissues. CB2 receptors are a part of the immune system. The psychoactive phytocannabinoid (plant cannabinoid) THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) activates the CB1 and CB2 receptors. THC is the cannabinoid that creates euphoric/hallucinogenic effects commonly associated with marijuana.

Cannabidiol is non-intoxicating and can dampen the psychoactive action of THC. While CBD does not directly stimulate  CB1 and CB2 receptors, it activates others including adenosine and serotonin receptors. This interaction and resulting release of neurotransmitters can have positive effects relating to anxiety, inflammation, cognition, motor control, pain perception, nausea and appetite

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On Fridays we are going to teach you about Phytocannabinoids! Today's feature is Cannabidiol or CBD. CBDA is the most common phytocannabinoid produced by fiber cannabis (hemp) varieties, and through the process of decarboxylation it is converted into CBD. A hypothesis suggests, at some point ancestral cannabis only produced CBD. In modern cannabis, cultivars producing both THC and CBD that contain less CBD than THC are relatively scarce. CB1 receptors are mainly found in the brain and nervous system, plus in peripheral organs and tissues. CB2 receptors are a part of the immune system. The psychoactive phytocannabinoid (plant cannabinoid) THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) activates the CB1 and CB2 receptors. THC is the cannabinoid that creates euphoric/hallucinogenic effects commonly associated with marijuana. Cannabidiol is non-intoxicating and can dampen the psychoactive action of THC. While CBD does not directly stimulate CB1 and CB2 receptors, it activates others including adenosine and serotonin receptors. This interaction and resulting release of neurotransmitters can have positive effects relating to anxiety, inflammation, cognition, motor control, pain perception, nausea and appetite #PhytocannabinoidFriday #PrimeroCannabisClinics #MOCannabis #Missourimedicalcannabis #holistichealth #integrativemedicine #cannabiscures #hemphelps #CBD #cannabidiol #themoreyouknow #stlouis #missouri #missouricannabisdoctor #stlouiscannabisdoctor #cannabisclinic #missouricannabisclinic #missouricanna #showmecanna #StlouisCBD #missouriCBD