As one of the first producers in Thailand, Apinya is implementing its own GMP-ready processing facility for cannabis and hemp extracts and derived products.
With state-of-the-art extraction and processing equipment and fully standardized operational practices we can control the full production process from cultivation up to the final consumer product and offer a wide range of cannabinoid base products and ready-to-use preparations.
The processing facility will be complemented with our own Thai Traditional Medicine unit according to domestic GMP.
Committed to the potential of the well established centuries-old herbal medicines and recipes we combine the empirical knowledge gained over generations with modern production methods. Thereby we guarantee consistency of the products and are able to scientifically evaluate and prove the effects of this recipies in cooperation with the University of Phayao.
To ensure the quality and consistency of our products batch by batch and elevate our product development Apinya invests in its own fully equipped state-of-the-art laboratory.
Full in-house cannabinoid, terpene, pesticides, heavy metal, residual and microbiological analysis enables Apinya, in cooperation with University of Phayao, to develop safe and effective cannabinoid treatments.
Analytical Methods and SOPs will be contributed by the Austrian Agency for Health and Food Safety, which enables our laboratory to operate according to international standards and provide internationally accredited certificates of analysis for our in-house products and third parties.
As one of the first movers in the Thai cannabis & hemp sector Apinya recognizes its responsibility to elevate the domestic industries landscape and accelerate the progress in R&D to the best of its abilities.
Due to the interdisciplinary nature of the plant, in our opinion research on cannabis and hemp has to be conducted as a joint effort between diverse disciplines.
Together with the University of Phayao, ICANNA and other local, as well as international partners Apinya, engages in agricultural as well as medical research.
The projected pilot facility will include cultivation, processing, and laboratory facilities and will focus on the optimization of growing, manufacturing and analyzing methods and operation practices on-site, both domestic as well as international cannabis strains. To minimize resource consumption and offer price competitive high-quality products, the long-term goal should be to intelligently combine the naturally given resources of soil, sun, and climate in Thailand with the application of innovative cultivation processes and new technology control instruments.
Apinya is committed to groundwork research right from the beginning by continuously monitoring and collecting data from the greenhouse and outdoor cultivation to enhance the operations resource efficiency and product quality. Moreover, our own processing, Thai Medicine Making unit and in-house laboratory lets us engage in the development of new cannabinoid products. With the support of Apinya, the health and medical applications of our products shall then be scientifically evaluated on campus of University of Phayao and the associated Hospital of Phayao.
Ressource-Friendly Technology: Water reclamation, as well as, recycling systems shall be utilized throughout the cultivation, to achieve sustainable production.
For the reduction of freshwater consumption, rainwater collection systems will be applied. Automated greenhouse shading systems and ventilation, as well as horti-cooling units, will prevent excess heat. Solar systems will reduce the necessary cooling energy and provide sustainable energy production.
Efficiency-Enhancing Technology: Automated, demand-orientated watering systems, will determine the exact watering amount through sensors, to avoid excess drain water.
Further, digitally monitored cultivation systems will be in place for optimal resource input and yield. A seed-to-shelf tracking system for full production chain traceability shall be implied: Sustainably Cultivation Methods: Austrian know-how on biological pest control methods, organic fertilizing and sustainable growth media will be applied.