Our Commitment to Research
We believe CBD should always be effective, safe to consume and easy to get your hands on, and that’s why we’ve made it our mission to revolutionise the European CBD industry. This can only be done from the grassroots up, and while our responsible, sustainable and transparent processes set the benchmark, research is key in powering the industry forward.
At Dragonfly, we put resources back into academic research, liaise with industry experts and support pioneering blockchain data to make exactly that happen.
Dr Saoirse O’Sullivan
Saoirse is currently an Associate Professor at the University of Nottingham. She has been researching cannabinoids for the past 15 years and focuses on the endocannabinoid system - particularly the role it plays in diabetes and obesity. An expert in the field, she has been named Young Investigator of the Year by the International Cannabinoid Research Society and acted as an expert source for multiple BBC documentaries. She keeps DragonflyCBD at the cutting edge of new research findings, helping us to tailor our products accordingly.
The Melabis Project aims to bring Cannabis to the forefront of technological innovation. More specifically, it harnesses big data on our agricultural process to create unique insights into optimum growing environments. Melabis’ end goal is to create a legal cannabis consumption ecosystem that promotes knowledge collation, transparency and accessibility. This means that in the future, you’ll be able to identify exactly which plant your DragonflyCBD extract originated from.
Dragonfly Biosciences is a proud member of the EIHA. Founded in 2005, its primary aim is connecting hemp cultivators in Europe and fostering a dialogue on hemp policy and regulation. The organisation has a rigorous application process and only accepts those cultivators who comply with its exacting standards. We collaborate with other prominent hemp organisations within the Association to work towards a more responsible and sustainable Cannabis industry in Europe.