Categories
BLOG

cbd in switzerland

The best CBD products from Switzerland

We are a family-owned company from Switzerland producing organic health, nutritional and cosmetics products of highest quality with documented results since 2013 with customers in 40 countries.

Organic CBD Oils

Organic CBD Oils

Organic CBG Oils

Organic CBG Oils

Organic CBC Oils

Organic CBC Oils

Organic CBN Oils

Organic CBN Oils

Organic CBD Skincare

Organic CBD Skincare

Organic CBD Oils for Pets

Organic CBD Oils for Pets

CBD Vape

CBD Vape

Organic Skincare

Organic Skincare

Our CBD products are of the highest quality and extracted from organically farmed hemp from Switzerland by proprietary extraction and refinement processes involving CO2 and 95% decarboxylation.

Our proprietary production method involving CO2 and 95% decarboxylation guarantees a naturally high concentration of CBD and preserves a full spectrum of cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, nutrients and antioxidants for optimal results in humans and animals.

Each production batch is thoroughly tested, analysed and documented in Switzerland for its cannabinoid ratio. Exact results are visible on all products with batch labels.

Our organically farmed hemp plant strains have a natural very high level of CBD and a full spectrum of cannabinoids and grown outside and in greenhouses in Switzerland following organic principles, Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and the ISO 22716-2007 standard.

Our products are registered in the European Union with Pharmacy Product Numbers (PPN) and as cosmetics in the CPNP registry and legal in all member states.

In Switzerland our products are registered with Agroscope CH-33962.

We have a research collaboration with the University of Bologna and their Department of Veterinary Medical Sciences for a range of studies for the effect of cannabidiol (CBD) in animals starting with cats, dogs and horses.

The objective is to increase the understanding of the effect of CBD in animals to continue to improve our product development.

Our blog contains hundreds of articles written by experts on subjects like cannabinoids, cannabis & CBD, CBD guides, pets, cannabis research & studies, health & lifestyle etc.

Any opinion, advice or recommendation expressed in the articles does not reflect the opinion of our company or relate to our products in the webshop but is for information purposes only.

We do not make any health claims about any of our products. Our products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

We are member of European Industrial Hemp Association and support their efforts to unite hemp producers in Europe in one association.

We are also member of the Swiss Medical Cannabis Association (MEDCAN) in Switzerland, Arge Canna in Austria, and the Swiss Cannabis Producer Association.

We have been published in many international media such as Forbes, Daily Mail, Le Monde, Los Angeles Times and Google News.

Our products are sold by pharmacies, retailers, distributors wholesalers, and e-commerce partners in more than 40 countries.

If you are interested in partnering with us, then read more about our wholesale, drop-shipping, influencer and affiliate programs and contact us.

We are participating in the climate initiative “CO2 neutral websites”. The carbon emissions from running the website have been neutralized by the building of new renewable energy sources, various CO2 reducing projects and by the purchase of certified CO2 offsets, which are cleared by the relevant government institutions.

CBD products made in Switzerland with 3 to 30% organic CBD. More than 200 certified organic CBD products incl. CBD for dogs, CBD for cats, CBD creme, CBG, CBC, CBN, CBD e-liquid. Certified, licensed and legal products with full range of cannabinoids and terpenes.

High-CBD Cannabis Now Sold Legally in Switzerland (as a ‘Tobacco Substitute’)

This article was originally published on Leafly.

An organic gardening company in Switzerland has managed to make high-CBD cannabis flower available to consumers by capping the THC content and registering the product with regulators as a tobacco substitute.

The Fedora strain, cultivated by northern Swiss grower Bio Can, is advertised at 7.2 percent CBD and just 0.04 percent THC, which reportedly allows the buds to adhere to both the Swiss Narcotics Act as well as existing food laws.

The CBD flowers have already been registered with the Swiss Federal Health Office as a tobacco substitute, similar to how herbs such as passionflower or sage are classified. No further permission for distribution is required, Bio Can claims, because of the product’s extremely low THC content. The flower is currently being sold in Switzerland at 25 francs (US$23) for 10 grams.

“The product contains all the active ingredients of cannabis, including the calming effect of the cannabinoid CBD, without being intoxicating,” Dario Tobler, Bio Can’s managing director, told Swiss media.

The matter has already caught the eye of the Zurich City Police, in large part because the CBD-rich flowers smell a lot like any other potent cannabis. Under Swiss law, public consumption of cannabis or possession of up to 10 grams carries a fine of 100 francs. It’s doubtful most law enforcement could easily distinguish a high-CBD joint from a THC-heavy one.

If or when there will be additional regulation around the apparently legal cannabis or its consumption has yet to be decided. For now, according to a Zurich police spokesperson, authorities will proceed to fine consumers the usual 100 francs. Affected consumers do have a way to challenge the fine, however, by objecting to the citation. In those cases, the cannabis will not only be confiscated, but also analyzed. If the THC content is below 1 percent, the product will be returned to the owner. If the THC exceeds the 1 percent limit, the offender has to pay for the analysis on top of the fine.

Since Switzerland is not an EU member, the producers have announced that they will limit sales to Switzerland. The Swiss 1 percent THC limit is more generous than in the rest of the EU, where a THC limit of 0.3 percent applies.

CBD products were particularly popular this year at Zurich’s Cannatrade, the oldest cannabis trade fair on the continent. Several companies are cultivating CBD plants in greenhouses according to medical standards in order to produce blossoms, concentrates, and other CBD products. Many would be banned in the rest of Europe due to their THC content of almost 1 percent, but the producers have a workaround: They offer all oils, extracts, and tinctures in lower-THC varieties to comply with European and overseas requirements.

Words by Michael Knodt

High-CBD Cannabis Now Sold Legally in Switzerland (as a ‘Tobacco Substitute’) This article was originally published on Leafly. An organic gardening company in Switzerland has managed to ]]>