UK LEADER IN BREAKTHROUGH CANNABIS-BASED MEDICINES
Improving quality of life for patients
WHAT WE DO
GROW | EXTRACT | SELL
Licenced 100,000 sq ft
UK facility with indoor grow
and API extraction (EU-GMP)
UK’s only MHRA (conditionally) approved chronic pain trial using cannabis-based
IP generation and developing
pipeline of prescription
Celadon’s mission is to improve quality of life for patients most in need by developing
breakthrough cannabis-based medicines
Celadon was founded in 2018 after cannabis-based medicinal products (CBMPs) were legalised in the UK, and the company went public on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange in 2022.
Everything at Celadon starts with improving patients’ quality of life. Cannabis-based medicines have shown rapid growth internationally, with a growing evidence base for its role in treating a variety of conditions (e.g. epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, autism). Celadon’s primary focus is chronic pain – a large, unaddressed market (8 million adults in the UK, 50 million in the US, 100 million in Europe), with many problems with existing opioid treatments.
Celadon is uniquely positioned as a vertically integrated pharmaceutical company to deliver its patient-first mission.
The company has raised over £20 million to develop its licenced EU-GMP 100,000 sq ft UK facility to grow high-THC cannabis and extract to API for its medicines.
It has developed its MHRA conditionally approved chronic pain trial that has the potential to create a robust data set to support reimbursement on the National Health Service in the UK.
Celadon’s in-house R&D programme is focused on novel IP generation and its partnership with biopharma Kingdom Therapeutics is developing a licenced cannabinoid drug for Autism Spectrum Disorder.
In a market with significant regulatory and capital barriers to entry, Celadon is building the UK’s leading pharmaceutical cannabinoid company.
BUILDING ON STRONG FOUNDATIONS
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