From seed to home, for people, communities and the environment

An innovative, sustainable and inclusive model for the development of the use of Cannabis and Cannabinoids

From seed to pharmacies for patients, communities and the environment

An innovative, sustainable and inclusive model for the development of the use of Cannabis and Cannabinoids

The company

Enecta is an Italian-Dutch company, which manages the entire cannabis supply chain, from the cultivation of the seed to the finished product.

Crops and Products

Enecta, with more than 150 hectares cultivated in Italy, is one of the largest producers in the field of Cannabis for food, cosmetic and pharmaceutical use at international level.

Research and Knowledge

Enecta finances research projects on cannabis for medical use and training and knowledge sharing in the field of agriculture and production.

Corporate Social Responsibility

Enecta promotes the right to health and well-being for all, the socio-economic development of disadvantaged areas, and environmental protection.

We have been investing in cannabis since 2013 and since then our company has grown with her.

Enecta works to develop phytocannabinoid-based products from selected plants grown in Europe through GreenValley; an agricultural company created in 2017, with the aim of exploring innovative cultivation techniques to produce the best performing plants according to the highest standards of quality and environmental protection.

Enecta is committed to bringing innovation to agricultural techniques and to developing the full range of industrial prospects for cannabis.

There is still much to discover about the possible therapeutic uses of cannabinoids. As well as the potential of cannabis to protect the environment and combat climate change. This is why Enecta is strongly committed to supporting research in agriculture, health and the reuse of waste materials.

What is the CBD

Cannabidiol (CBD), is a NON-psychoactive cannabinoid contained in Cannabis Sativa. II CBD shows no effects indicative of any potential risk of abuse or addiction. The World Health Organization (WHO), as of 2017, classifies CBD as a NON-drug substance, and suitable for medical use

When is it legal to grow cannabis?

Cannabis Sativa with a THC content of less than 0.2% or "industrial hemp" is authorized for cultivation and production of derivatives in most European countries and internationally. In Italy, the cultivation of hemp is authorized since 2016 (law n.242).

Jacopo Paolini - CSO

"Health is a fundamental human right"

Our Vision is to ensure access to safe, effective, quality cannabinoid solutions. At affordable prices for all.

Marco Cappiello - CMO

"Our daily work, our business... can't be all about profit."

Enecta intends to help the development of inland, remote, often forgotten Italian rural areas through economic opportunities linked to hemp cultivation. We intend to make culture, offer useful services, through the creation of eco-sustainable production chains with Cannabis at the centre.

Jacopo Paolini - CEO

"Health is a fundamental human right"

Our Vision is to ensure access to safe, effective, quality cannabinoid solutions. At affordable prices for all.

Marco Cappiello - CMO

"Our daily work, our business... can't be all about profit."

Enecta intends to help the development of inland, remote, often forgotten Italian rural areas through economic opportunities linked to hemp cultivation. We intend to make culture, offer useful services, through the creation of eco-sustainable production chains. Together for a better world.

From a selected and selected seed to a convenient, safe and effective product.

At Enecta, as one of the first to produce and distribute CBD extracts in Europe, we know how difficult it is to guarantee the highest quality at an affordable price for everyone. It is an effort that requires an integrated organisation that is able to manage the entire production process while ensuring efficiency in the raw material, the extraction process and quality control at every stage.

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