Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Post Type Selectors
Metaverse News

The metaverse for the medical cannabis community around the world

Weed, cannabis, marijuana, Kush, Mary Jane – since its popularization, this sacred plant has been referred to by a variety of names, and for good reason: the flower provides numerous benefits to people.

Although many people identify marijuana with food cravings, laughter, and youthful experiences, the potent bloom of the plant has evolved into something else. Marijuana has become a central component of therapeutic therapies, relieving pain and suffering for millions of people throughout the world.

CannaVerse Technologies, a staunch promoter for marijuana and its medical applications, founded Cannaland to introduce cannabis into the virtual world by leveraging Web3 services and blockchain technology. To achieve this goal, Cannaland is building the world’s first cannabis-focused metaverse with a thriving and socially responsible community.

Cannaland’s grand ambition is to create a virtual one-stop shop for all aspects of cannabis cultivation, extraction, production, distribution, retail sales, and consumption. In addition, Cannaland’s metaverse will be linked with an inclusive Web2 experience, allowing individuals who are uncomfortable entering a physical dispensary to utilize its e-commerce and instructional opportunities.

Beyond the red-rimmed eyes

The tumultuous connection between cannabis and the United States government dates back to President Nixon’s war on drugs. During this time, the federal government classified marijuana as a Schedule 1 controlled substance, the level of enforcement with the harshest restrictions, where it remains to this day. However, certain states have adopted a more liberal posture toward marijuana in the past decade. Only four states view marijuana as strictly illegal.

Several academic research provide support for the medical use of marijuana. According to the famous American academic medical facility Mayo Clinic, various U.S. states have legalized medical marijuana as a treatment for:

Alzheimer’s disease
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
HIV/AIDSCrohn’s disease
Epilepsy and seizures
Multiple sclerosis and muscle spasms
Severe and chronic pain
Severe nausea or vomiting caused by cancer treatment

According to a post by Harvard Health Publishing, a large part of marijuana’s appeal is its clear advantage over opiates for pain control, as it’s impossible to overdose on and far less addictive, as well as its ability to substitute for common over-the-counter medications such as Ibuprofen (Advil) or Naproxen (Aleve) for people who require alternatives.

A cannabis neurology patient’s testimonial elucidates the therapeutic efficacy of medical marijuana.

“I have tried many different forms of relief: massage, chiropractors, physical therapy and over-the-counter medications such as Ibuprofen and Naproxen, both which gave me an upset stomach after standard doses. […] I began using medical marijuana [in December 2017]. I do not feel any side effects. These pills stop the spasms in my lower back, and I can fall asleep and stay asleep. The best part is I can now go dancing with my wife, and it doesn’t hurt as much.”

Cannaland: A one-stop shop

Cannaland’s objective is to provide cannabis experiences that are highly immersive, with virtual neighborhoods and towns that allow inhabitants to shop, attend concerts and comedy events, or visit their local cannabis consumption lounge.

Cannaland wants to become a centre for business-to-business and business-to-consumer interactions, as well as a massive online marketplace for all things cannabis. Cannaland’s objective is to create a street lined with cannabis retailers, meet-up sites, entertainment venues, and cannabis-related events.

The Cannaland Token (CNLT) will serve as the principal currency for transactions in its metaverse, providing monetary infrastructure.

Cannaland intends to provide its citizens with lifelike shopping experiences in the future through items such as the Cannacard, which will function like an American Express travelers’ check in the Cannaland metaverse.

Cannaland, which operates at the crossroads of disruptive technology and cannabis culture, is preparing to serve as a direct entry point for patients, enthusiasts, and businesses to a never-before-seen virtual realm for all things cannabis.


Cannaland is the world’s first cannabis-focused metaverse with a thriving community and metamarket where users can enjoy all aspects of socially responsible cannabis and hemp production, extraction, manufacture, distribution, retail sales, and consumption. Cannaland utilizes its knowledge of blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and the cannabis business to establish a virtual marketplace and economy where the Cannaland Token (CNLT) serves as the primary medium of exchange.

Latest metaverse news and tutorials right at your inbox, every Monday

IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: All content provided on this website, any hyperlinked sites, social media accounts and other platforms is for general information only and has been procured from third party sources. We make no warranties of any kind regarding this content. None of the content should be interpreted as financial, legal, or other advice meant to be relied on for any purpose. Any use or reliance on this content is done at your own risk and discretion. It is your responsibility to conduct research, review, analyze, and verify the content before relying on it.

About Daniel P.

The metaverse for the medical cannabis community around the worldDaniel is a Web content creator and technical writer who loves talking about Web3, NFTs and other blockchain-related topic and news.

Recommended Posts