Established in 2015, and founded by a team of highly experienced life science executives, agri-tech experts and serial entrepreneurs, Sade is focused on realizing the promise of medical cannabis through key activities that include Sade Biotech, Medical420 & Cannabivar
initially established to research, manage and develop science-backed and evidence-based medicinal cannabis products, Sadé Biotech initiated several pre-clinical and clinical studies. These studies were seeking unique formulations and chemical compositions to treat specific medical symptoms. The result of three years of research was ASAYA™, a real-time digital healthcare platform built upon human and machine learning to power better care for patients.
Sade Biotech also developed and designed a smart, connected medical device –a unique mechanism that enables to administer a precise, consistent dose of medical cannabis oil along with improving its stability and quality. Using Bluetooth technology and interconnected to a smartphone, the device will help monitor treatment and provide precision on both chemovar as well as dosage.
Cultivating medical grade cannabis varieties, through advanced agriculture and breeding technologies, in its state of the art indoor hydroponic facility in North Macedonia.
Partnerships and investment in plant genetics mapping and analysis, and clinical research.
The company was founded as a leading scientific research company and initially worked in conjunction with the ARO, Israel’s governmental Agriculture Research Organization, but has since expanded its activities to include global and commercial cultivation, scientific research and the development of big data AI solutions.
An indoor facility that opens the doors to the European market. Sadé’s Medical420 – North Macedonia facility, is 3,000 square meters in size and currently yields roughly 3,500 kg of highest-grade cannabis for pharmaceutical use each year. The facility is slated to undergo a massive expansion that will extend its working space by another 30,000 square meters, enabling its annual cannabis output to grow to 20,000 kg.