CannaBiotics Supplement for Total Health

CannaBiotics is a new, non-psychoactive nutritional supplement that supports the endocannabinoid system, which helps to regulate many of our vital functions. Using raw, full-spectrum cannabis plants and a proprietary mix of over 70 fruits, vegetables, and micro-greens, Cannabiotics provides the immune system with natural, nutrient-balanced ingredients to help the body improve physical and psychological functioning.

Naturally supporting the balance of your regulatory systems, CannaBiotics provides an extra boost that helps your body and mind stay healthy.

At CannaCulture, we don’t just sell the highest quality cannabis products for recreational use. We also provide our clients with the most up-to-date ways to stay healthy with CannaBiotics. Shop our full online menu for pickup or delivery, and explore the benefits of CannaBiotics with your regular order of premium products. If you have any questions about cannabis supplements, or if you want to talk to us about anything else on our menu, we’re here to help! Simply call our San Jose office at (408) 264-7877 or send us a message online to connect with our knowledgeable budtenders!

What Is The Endocannabinoid System?

CannaBiotics support the endocannabinoid system. (ECS). The ECS is a complex network of receptors, enzymes, and neurotransmitters that plays a vital role in maintaining homeostasis throughout the body. In other words, it supports our overall health! It is named after the cannabis plant, which has been used for centuries for its medicinal properties. The ECS regulates a wide range of physiological processes, including the following.

  • Mood
  • Appetite 
  • Sleep 
  • Pain Sensation 
  • Immune Function

CB1 & CB2 Receptors

Cannabinoid receptors are located throughout the body, with the highest concentrations found in the brain and nervous system. There are two main types of receptors: CB1 and CB2. CB1 receptors are primarily found in the brain and central nervous system, while CB2 receptors are mainly located in the peripheral tissues, such as the immune system.

Neurotransmitters called endocannabinoids bind to these receptors, activating them and producing various effects depending on their location. THC, the psychoactive component of cannabis, binds to CB1 receptors and produces a euphoric high. CBD, on the other hand, does not produce a high but can interact with both CB1 and CB2 receptors to provide therapeutic benefits. In the case of CannaBiotics, there are no psychoactive properties, so the results are purely supportive of homeostasis and overall wellness.

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Cannabis-Based Wellness

CannaBiotics harnesses the health age-old health benefits of the cannabis plant. Used in traditional medicine for over 5000 years, (1) scientists have now confirmed that cannabis has a startlingly wide range of beneficial properties. 

Healing Properties

Research has shown that some cannabinoids may have immunosuppressive properties, which could benefit individuals with autoimmune disorders. Additionally, cannabinoids have antibacterial (2) and antifungal properties, making them potentially useful for treating infections. Cannabinoids also have anti-inflammatory properties, which can help alleviate symptoms associated with inflammatory conditions such as arthritis and Crohn’s disease. This makes cannabis an attractive alternative to traditional anti-inflammatory medications, which can have side effects. 

Brain Function & Mental Health

Cannabis is neuroprotective, meaning it can protect the brain from damage caused by injury or disease. (3) This may make it an effective treatment for conditions like epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, and multiple sclerosis. It also has antipsychotic and anxiolytic properties, making it helpful in treating mental health issues such as anxiety disorders.

Cannabis & Cancer

Cancer patients often experience various symptoms related to their disease and its treatment, including pain, nausea, and loss of appetite, particularly after the treatment of tumors with chemotherapy. Cannabis has been shown to be effective in managing these symptoms, improving quality of life for cancer patients. (4)

At Canna Culture, we understand that each client’s needs are unique. That’s why we offer a wide range of cannabis products and strains to meet the individual needs of our patients. Our knowledgeable staff can help patients select the right products for their specific conditions or symptoms.

What’s In CannaBiotics?


  • THCA: (2mg) 
  • CBDA (1mg) 
  • THC (0.5mg)

What are THCA and CBDA?

THCA and CBDA are acidic forms of THC and CBD, respectively. These compounds are found in raw cannabis plants and must be decarboxylated (heated) to convert them into their active forms. THCA and CBDA have been shown to have anti-inflammatory, neuroprotective, and antiemetic (anti-nausea) properties.


  • Vitamin A (1200 IU) – Vitamin A is essential for maintaining healthy vision, skin, and immune function. It also plays a role in growth and development, making it an important nutrient for children and pregnant women.
  • Vitamin C (15 mg) – Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that helps protect cells from damage caused by free radicals. It also aids in collagen production, which promotes healthy skin, hair, and nails. Additionally, vitamin C supports the immune system and helps the body absorb iron.
  • Vitamin D (800 IU) – Vitamin D is necessary for strong bones and teeth, as it helps the body absorb calcium and phosphorus. It also supports immune system regulation, and insulin regulation, and may even reduce the risk of certain cancers.
  • Vitamin E (7 IU) – Vitamin E is another potent antioxidant that helps protect cells from oxidative stress. It also supports immune function and may improve brain function in older adults.
  • Folic Acid (200 mcg) – Folic acid helps our body absorb important nutrients like iron more efficiently. It also helps produce white blood cells that fight off infections and diseases. A deficiency in folic acid can weaken the immune system, making us more susceptible to illnesses.


Microgreens are a variety of young vegetable greens. These miniature plants are harvested when they are only a few weeks old after the first leaves have sprouted, but before they mature into full-grown vegetables. Nutritionally speaking, microgreens are packed with nutrients, including vitamins A, C, and E, as well as minerals such as iron and calcium. In fact, studies have shown that some microgreens can contain up to 40 times more nutrients than mature plants. (5)

Microgreens in CannaBiotics:

  • Organic Apple 
  • Organic Carrots 
  • Organic Mango 
  • Organic Lemon 
  • Organic Sweet Potato 
  • Organic Peach 
  • Organic Parsley 
  • Organic Kale 
  • Organic Broccoli 
  • Organic Spinach 
  • Organic Leek 
  • Organic Cabbage 
  • Organic Beet 
  • Organic Cranberry 
  • Green Tea Extract 
  • Silybum [From Milk Thistle] 
  • Grape Seed Extract 
  • Blueberry
  • Raspberry 
  • Tart Cherry
  • Elderberry 
  • Pomegranate 
  • Blackberry 
  • Organic Aloe Vera Powder Extract 
  • Marigold Extract 
  • Artichoke Extract 
  • Atlantic Kelp Powder 
  • Organic Lemon Peel Extract
  • Cinnamon Blend

Find the most effective cannabis products in San Jose and Santa Clara County at Canna Culture. Choose from our huge selection of products with our simple-to-use online menu.

Cannabis Supplements for Delivery in San Jose

Get CannaBiotics and other premium cannabis products at CannaCulture! We make weed delivery easy for the residents of San Jose, Mountain View, Los Altos, Saratoga, Los Gatos, Milpitas, and beyond. Select your favorite products from our extensive menu for delivery straight to you or for pickup at our San Jose dispensary.

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How does cannabis promote immune system health?

Cannabis contains compounds called cannabinoids. These compounds interact with receptors in our body’s endocannabinoid system, including CB1 and CB2 receptors found in the immune system. Cannabinoids can stimulate the immune system by increasing the production of white blood cells and promoting the release of cytokines, which are important for fighting infections.

What are the anti-inflammatory properties of cannabis?

Cannabis contains cannabinoids that have anti-inflammatory effects on the body. These cannabinoids can interact with the body’s endocannabinoid system to reduce inflammation and provide relief from conditions such as arthritis, Crohn’s disease, and other inflammatory disorders.

Can cannabis help with nausea and vomiting?

Cannabis has been shown to be effective in reducing nausea and vomiting, particularly in patients undergoing chemotherapy. The cannabinoids in cannabis can interact with receptors in the brain that control nausea and vomiting, providing relief for those suffering from these symptoms.

Can you buy non-psychoactive cannabis-based dietary supplements?

Yes! Although there are only a select few companies offering cannabis-based dietary supplements, they are available as an effective way to boost and balance your immune system. Look for full-spectrum products with natural ingredients for the most effective results.

What are the health benefits of consuming microgreens?

Consuming microgreens can provide numerous health benefits such as improved digestion, reduced inflammation, increased energy levels, and improved immune function. They can also help in preventing chronic diseases like diabetes, heart disease, and cancer.


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  2. Blaskovich MAT, Kavanagh AM, Elliott AG, et al. The antimicrobial potential of cannabidiol. Communications Biology. 2021;4(1). doi: 
  3. Maroon J, Bost J. Review of the neurological benefits of phytocannabinoids. Surgical Neurology International. 2018;9(1):91. doi: 
  4. Bodine M, Kemp AK. Medical Cannabis Use In Oncology. PubMed. Published 2022. 
  5. CF. Broccoli Microgreens: A Mineral-Rich Crop That Can Diversify Food Systems. Frontiers in Nutrition. 2017;4. doi: 
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