Backed by Science
Kumara Farms is a highly innovative impact company, bringing differentiated botanical products to the health, wellness and medical markets, based on medicinal plants traditionally used by ancient civilizations.
A Sustainable Solution
For a Global Health Problem
Kumara Farms offers differentiated botanical solutions, enabling consumers and patients to rediscover the health, wellness and medical benefits of medicinal plants previously known to ancient civilizations.
Human health is declining globally, with a burden of chronic health conditions, even among younger generations.
Over the Odds
Demand for healthcare services and out-of-pocket medical expenses are continuously growing.
People globally want to be healthy, not only cure a disease, while regaining control of their own life and wellbeing.
Kumara Farms provides people with tools to manage their own health and wellbeing in a sustainable way.
What We Strive For
Kumara Farms agronomic team has extensive experience in genetic development on commercial crops, supported by a strong scientific team who has previously developed new genetic lines for other medicinal crops such as Marigold.
By owning a pharmaceutical laboratory, Kumara Farms is able to manufacture extracts from our divers portfolio which will provide Kumara Farms additional market flexibility, value generation and time advantage.
Land of Opportunity
Lowest-Cost Medical Cannabis: By virtue of being the first and only company to obtain a cannabis cultivation license in Peru, which conveys a ~90% cost advantage compared to most North American growers and producers.
In a different approach than any other producers, Kumara Farms launched its commercial activities long before being able to grow and manufacture cannabis, generating the distribution channels that will be used for its future production on its wide variety of specialty medicinal plants. Those include:
- Uña de Gato (Cat’s Claw) – Uncaria tormentosa
- Maca – Lepidium meyenii
- Cúrcuma (Turmeric) – Curcuma longa
- Hercampuri – Gentianella alborosea
- Muña – Minthostachys mollis
- Achiote – Bixa orellana
- Jergón sacha – Dracontium spruceanum
- Ayahuasca – Banisteriopsis caapi