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Switzerland Tourists : Your Guide to CBD Travel

CBD in der Schweizer Travel Guide

If you’re planning a trip to Switzerland and wondering about the CBD rules below is a brief summary. Switzerland has some specific regulations in place regarding CBD, hemp, and cannabis products. In this guide, we try outline the essential information to enjoy your CBD experience while staying compliant with Swiss law.

CBD Smoking in Switzerland

First, smoking CBD is perfectly legal in Switzerland. As long as the CBD has less than 1.0% THC (the psychoactive compound). However, to ensure the best quality CBD, we recommend procuring your cannabis products from reputable Head Shops Switzerland or ordering online from ENJOOY-CBD with next day free delivery (including at hotels). With our online CBD shop, you can enjoy the best prices and highest quality CBD products in Switzerland, with next day delivery.

Possessing CBD Products

CBD is not regulated under the Swiss Narcotics Act, which means you can confidently travel with CBD products that contain less than 1% THC. However, always ensure the products you possess are from trusted sources to guarantee their compliance with Swiss regulations.

CBD Edibles and Novel Foods Act

It’s crucial to note that CBD edibles, such as CBD gummies, are prohibited throughout Switzerland as they are considered a “Novel Food”. Therefore, if you accidentally find yourself in possession of CBD edibles, including gummies, brownies, etc. we strongly advise to consume or dispose them before entering Switzerland. This precaution will help you avoid any potential issues with customs officers at the airport and ensure a smooth travel.

Compliance with Swiss Regulations

To remain compliant with the regulations, we recommend consuming or utilizing all CBD products with a THC concentration exceeding 0.2% before leaving Switzerland. This ensures that you stay within the legal limits and comply with the local laws. It’s important to thoroughly check your suitcase and luggage to ensure that you do not carry any CBD products that exceed the legal THC threshold.

Traveling with CBD in Switzerland can be an enjoyable and hassle-free experience when you have a good understanding of the rules and regulations. By following these guidelines and obtaining your CBD products from reputable sources, such as our online CBD shop, you can confidently explore the benefits of CBD while appreciating Switzerland’s beauty and culture.

Remember, at our online shop, we offer a wide range of high-quality Cannabis products, including CBD oil and CBD flowers, at the best prices in Switzerland. With our next day delivery service, you can conveniently receive your hemp products right at your doorstep.

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CBD stands for cannabidiol, which is a natural compound derived from the cannabis plant. It is one of the many cannabinoids found in cannabis, but unlike THC, it is not psychoactive. CBD has gained popularity for its potential therapeutic and wellness effects, as well as a substitute to nicotine tobacco.

In countries were THC is legal like the USA, the farmers grow certain hemp plants that are genetically predisposed to produce flowers with minimal CBD content and high THC content. In Switzerland and the EU the current regulations only allow for CBD with a THC concentration below 1%.

How CBD affects the body?

CBD flowers, or “hemp buds”, contain CBD in varying concentrations. When consumed, they may induce a sense of relaxation and calmness without causing the psychoactive “high” effect, associated with medical marihuana and THC.

While broad scientific studies are yet to be conducted, many people appreciate the potential therapeutic benefits of CBD to promote relaxation, reduce anxiety and stress, improve sleep quality (mainly CBN), and support overall wellbeing. It also seems to have anti-inflammatory properties and offer light pain relief.

However, its important to note that no large scientific studies have been conducted.  CBD affects everybody differently, so its important to always consult a medical professional.

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We are proud to offer organic-certified CBD flowers. Organic CBD flowers are cultivated using organic farming methods, without the use of pesticides or chemical fertilizers. This sustainable cultivation method ensures that you receive CBD products of the highest quality that are beneficial for both you and the environment.

If you are interested in organically certified CBD products, simply filter our CBD shop by “organic”. Please note that the process for a farmer to obtain a CBD organic certification is expensive and time consuming. We visit all of our local farmers to understand how the CBD is grown. Even though some CBD flowers do not have the official label of organic from Swiss Organic Partners, the hemp plants were grown with a conscious effort to minimize the use of pesticide.

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How does CBD affect the body?

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CBD flowers, or hemp buds, contain CBD in varying concentrations. When consumed, they may induce a sense of relaxation and calmness without causing the psychoactive “high” effect, associated with medical marihuana and THC.

While broad scientific studies are yet to be conducted, many people appreciate the potential therapeutic benefits of CBD to promote relaxation, reduce anxiety and stress, improve sleep quality (mainly CBN), and support overall wellbeing. It also seems to have anti-inflammatory properties and offer light pain relief.

However, its important to note that no large scientific studies have been conducted.  CBD affects everybody differently, so its important to always consult a medical professional.

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Is CBD Legal in Switzerland?

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Yes, CBD is legal in Switzerland as long as the THC level is below the legal limit of 1%. CBD products, including CBD flowers, CBD oil, and other CBD-based products, can be legally sold and purchased in Switzerland.

CBD is not considered a drug under the Swiss Narcotics Act. As such CBD products can be purchased in most kiosks accross Switzerland, if you are 18 years or older and the THC concentration is below 1%.

What are the potential benefits of CBD?

Extensive studies are still in progress to confirm the potential health benefits derived from the hemp plant. While more studies are needed, some potential benefits include:

    • Seizures: In the United States, the Food and Drug Administrations (FDA) approved the drug Epidiolex after clinical trials showed it helped patients treat seizures associated with Lennox-Gastaut syndrome, Dravet syndrome, or tuberous sclerosis.
    • Pain management: CBD may help alleviate chronic pain by interacting with receptors involved in regulating pain perception, similar to medical marihuana. 
    • Anxiety and stress relief: CBD has shown promise in reducing anxiety and stress, potentially due to its interaction with serotonin receptors in the brain.
    • Sleep improvement: Some individuals find that CBN promotes better sleep by addressing underlying factors such as anxiety or pain that may disrupt sleep patterns. To learn more about CBN and its potential sleep benefits, here is an article from SRF “Would cannabis drops be a good substitute for sleeping pills?”.

Please note note individual experiences vary, and further research is needed to fully understand and confirm hemps potential benefits. Always consult a doctor before consuming CBD, specially if you have any known health conditions. 

The Most Common CBD Questions

As described above, CBD is a natural compound extracted from the hemp plant. It is one of the many cannabinoids found in cannabis, but unlike THC, it is not psychoactive.

CBD flowers, also known as cannabidiol flowers, are the buds of the female hemp plant. The highest concentration of cannabinoids in the hemp plant is found in the flowers. These flowers usually come from low-THC hemp strains (approved by the EU and Swissmedic). The hemp plants genomes are known to only produce flowers with a THC concentration of less than 1%.

THC is the abbreviation for Tetrahydrocannabinol and is the most well-known psychoactive cannabinoid. It is the substance that fueled the 1960s hippies. THC is currently legal in some places like California. In Europe its only allowed with a THC concentration of less than .2% in most countries. In Switzerland, the THC concentration must be less than 1%. 

The cannabinoid CBG occurs in most hemp plants in very low concentrations, mainly young, immature flowers. CBG could be considered the precursor to CBD; since CBG in the young plant eventually becomes CBD in an adult plant. It is believed that the effects of these two substances are quite similar.

Flavonoids are a group of phytonutrients that serve as cell messengers, and terpenes bind to receptors in the human body Both are found in full-spectrum CBD extracts. All of these compounds work together, building on their individual strengths. Scientists named this process the Entourage Effect, which means that our full-spectrum CBD extract provides more complete benefits.

Everybody is different, but in general daily use can help improve your overall wellbeing and may help with frequent anxiety or trouble sleeping. For example, CBD may soothe your nervous system, and it’s easier to prevent a symptom from escalating.

Introducing CBD to your body is all about consistency. Consistency is important in any wellness routine. However, if you experience any side effects, you should always consult a pharmacist or doctor.

CBD is generally well-tolerated by most people. However, some individuals may experience mild side effects such as dry mouth, drowsiness, or changes in appetite. These effects are typically temporary.

CBD may interact with certain medications, so it’s essential to consult with a healthcare professional if you’re taking any medications.

CBD is generally considered safe, but it’s crucial to choose high-quality products from reputable brands. Look for CBD oils that have undergone third-party lab testing to ensure they are contaminants- free and the label is accurate.

Consumption of alcohol is generally not recommended for people with any type of liver diseases or conditions. Again, always consult your medical professional. CBD should not substitute any pharmaceutical medication.

The duration of CBD’s effects can vary depending on factors such as dosage, individual metabolism, and the method of consumption. Generally, the effects of CBD can last several hours.

CBD flowers contain minimal levels of THC, the psychoactive compound in cannabis (less than 1% in Switzerland). As a result, they do not cause a “high” sensation. To ensure compliance with European regulations, we are unable to ship abroad, since the legal THC limit in Europe is lower than in Switzerland.

No. Never. It’s important to note that CBD oil is not a substitute for medical treatment, and individuals with underlying health conditions should consult with their healthcare provider before incorporating CBD oil into their regimen.

CBD should never replace a therapy prescribed by a doctor or medications. The information provided here is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Always ask a doctor if your health is at risk and if you are taking medication. They can clarify with you whether the use of the hemp plant and its CBD can cause problems for you and your well-being.

Opinions among doctors regarding CBD may vary. Some doctors recognize the potential therapeutic benefits of CBD and may recommend it as part of a comprehensive wellness and treatment plan. As mentioned before smoking cannabis or tobacco of any kind causes cancer and consuming alcohol of any kind will negatively impact your liver. However, it is advisable to consult with a healthcare professional who is knowledgeable about CBD and its potential interactions with any existing medical conditions or medications.

Yes, CBD is legal in Switzerland as long as the THC level is below the legal limit of 1%. CBD products, including CBD flowers, CBD oil, and other CBD-based products, can be legally sold and purchased in Switzerland. CBD can not be sold to minors under the age of 18 (same age restriction as tobacco products like cigarettes and vaping products).

 

Currenty, Canton Basel is conducting a “WeedCare” a study for the potential future sale of cannabis in pharmacies.The WEED CARE study on the regulated sale of cannabis in pharmacies examines the public health effects of permitting regulated cannabis sales, compared to the present situation in which cannabis is illegal. So, perhaps in the near future Cannabis and THC will be legal in Switzerland. Then like in California, you can simply roll your weed joint and smoke cannabis without the worries of criminalization.

The possession of CBD products is not punishable in Switzerland, as long as the THC guidelines are maintained. That is why we only purchase our CBD from reputable Swiss farmers and Swiss manufactures that have passed regulatory and laboratories tests.

Standard drug tests typically screen for THC, not CBD. CBD flowers with THC levels below the legal limits are unlikely to result in a positive drug test. However, it is important to note that some CBD products may contain trace amounts of THC, which could accumulate in the body over time. If you have concerns, consider using THC-free CBD products.

In cool places, where the temperature does not exceed 25 degrees Celsius and no access to air. An air tight jar or a strong ziplog bag.  This way, it will degrade more slowly, won’t lose its wellness properties.

The choice between CBD oil and flowers is a personal preference. CBD oil offers precise dosing, making it convenient as a daily supplement. CBD flowers provide a more natural form of consumption and may contain additional beneficial compounds. However, it is hard to precisely measure the CBD and THC consumption amounts if inhaled through a joint or through vapes.

Cannabis flowers can be smoked in a pipe, rolled into joints, vaping using CBD oil or using a vaporizer. It’s important to follow safe consumption practices and be aware of local laws and regulations and consume quantities in moderation.

CBD has a distinct aroma when smoked, usually has an earthy or herbal smell. The scent can vary depending on the strain and quality of the CBD flower.

While CBD is generally well-tolerated, individual experiences may vary. Some potential disadvantages of CBD include dry mouth, drowsiness, changes in appetite, and interactions with certain medications. It is recommended to consult with a healthcare professional before using CBD products. Most individuals do not find CBD addictive and has become an effective nicotine-free substitute.

CBD may not be suitable for everyone. It is recommended to avoid CBD if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Additionally, individuals with specific medical conditions or those taking certain medications should consult with a healthcare professional before using CBD.

 

People with known lung or tongue conditions should obviously avoid smoking of any kind, including CBD. People with known liver issues should obviously avoid consuming alcohol of any type, including CBD oil. But again, you should always consult with your doctor.

Every product must undergo a mandatory notification process to the Federal Office of Public Health before it can be made available for sale. This notification includes a comprehensive laboratory analysis that verifies the non-psychotropic properties of the product and ensures the absence of nicotine. Additionally, the packaging of these products must adhere to specific requirements.

To promote consumer awareness and safety, retail packs must prominently display warning pictures, similar to those found on cigarette packs. These warning pictures should cover a minimum of 35% of the front and 50% of the back of the packaging area. Moreover, the packaging must clearly state the information “< 1% THC” and “Plant-based products, without tobacco” in accordance with the guidelines outlined by the Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH, 2017).

The requirements to market CBD Oil in Switzerland are quire strict and are determined by the Federal Office of Public Health FOPH and Swissmedic. While the describing the Swiss regulatory landscape for CBD is outside the scope of this article. You can download the following documents for further information. The links attached.

CBD FAQ

CBD oil extraction methods vary, but two common techniques are CO2 extraction and solvent extraction. CO2 extraction involves using pressurized carbon dioxide to pull the desired compounds from the hemp plant. This method is highly efficient and yields a pure and potent CBD oil. It also allows for precise control over the extraction process.

Solvent extraction involves using solvents like ethanol or butane to extract cannabinoids from the plant material. The solvent is passed through the hemp plant, dissolving the desired compounds. After extraction, the solvent is removed, leaving behind the CBD oil.

The best extraction method for full-spectrum CBD is still ethanol extraction, as it allows a particularly wide range of plant substances to be extracted. Since true full extracts always contain cannabis terpenes, CBD full extracts smell intensely of cannabis. We will explain what full spectrum CBD is in more detail below, but basically it contains all compounds.

The terms CBD oil, hemp oil and cannabis oil are often used interchangeably, however these terms refer to different hemp products.

Some people confuse CBD oil with hemp seed oil. While from the same plant, these are not technically the same. Hempseed oil contains essential fatty acids, but no CBD. Full-spectrum CBD oils are hemp extracts that contain not just CBD but a whole host of terpenes and phytocannabinoids including CBG, CBC, CBN, and many more. When you take a full-spectrum CBD oil, these compounds work together and are believed to be more effective than just CBD oil alone.

Hemp oil is derived from the seeds of the hemp plant and contains negligible amounts of CBD. It is primarily used as a dietary supplement or for its nutritional value due to its abundance of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. High-quality hemp oil is characterized by organic hemp seeds, which are cold-pressed and processed into oil.

In CBD oil, CBD is obtained from the flowers, stems and leaves, instead of the seeds. As mentioned before the broad and full spectrum CBD oils include cannabinoids and terpenes, for the entourage effect. CBD oil, specifically, is extracted from hemp plants and contains a significant concentration of CBD. It is used primarily for its potential therapeutic properties, such as promoting relaxation, supporting overall well-being, and potentially alleviating various health conditions.

Cannabis oil, on the other hand, is derived from cannabis plants and may contain higher levels of THC, the psychoactive compound. It is typically used for recreational or medicinal purposes in regions where cannabis is legal. A high concentration of THC is possible when purchasing Cannabis oil online, which would cause it to be illegal in Switzerland.

When purchasing CBD oil products, it’s essential to prioritize quality and safety. Unlike other companies (which may import hemp products from other countries with less regulations and at lower cost), we source all our CBD from local Swiss farmers. We only work with reputable brands (Qualicann, Sweeds, Cannaflora, and our own brand ENJOOY). Here are a few reasons why you should purchase from us.

Local Hemp Farmers – We source all of our CBD from local certified Swiss farmers. The process to become certified organic s expensive and quite detailed (Article 22 of the Organic Farming Ordinancei). All the farmers we work for understand the importance of growing chemical-free hemp plants to obtain the best CBD flowers and extract the best CBD oils. Even if the CBD products in our ENJOOY-CBD Shop and Headshop are not labelled as organic, rest assured that care and effort was taken to ascertain that the least amount of chemical were used during the growing phase.

Laboratory results – We obtain independent laboratory test results from all CBD oils brands offered on our CBD Shop and Hemp Headshop.

Quality CBD Buds – We make every possible effort to obtain freshly cut flowers. None of the flowers with our brand ENJOOY-CBD will be older than 6 months.

Reputable CBD Brands – Outside our own brand, we also work with reputable Swiss brands like Qualicann and Naturacann which based on several Swiss test reviews have the .

If you decide to purchase your CBD products in another online CBD shop or at your local hemp store, we suggest you consider the following factors:

Third-Party Lab Testing: Reputable CBD brands provide third-party lab reports, verifying the compounds within the oik besides CBD, THC concentration and THC potency. Choose CBD oils with third-party lab testing to verify their THC potency and to ensure they are free from contaminants. Look for these reports on the brand’s website.

Organic and Non-GMO: Choose CBD oil derived from organic hemp plants and ensure it’s free from genetically modified organisms (GMOs). This ensures a cleaner and healthier product.

Transparency and reputation of the brand: Look for brands that provide detailed product information, have positive customer reviews, and are transparent about their sourcing and manufacturing processes.

This is a question for your doctor. However, we recommend to start with a low dose. In most cases a 25mg of CBD is a good starting point. As a rule of thumb, you can start with 25mg of CBD once a day. That’s about 5 drops when using a 10% CBD oil. You can always start with a lower amount and slowly increase, if necessary.

Understanding CBD oil labels and product information

CBD oil labels should provide essential information about the product, including the CBD concentration stated in percentage, the type of extract (full-spectrum, broad-spectrum, or isolate), the hemp source, and the extraction method.

Reminder of metric conversion 1 ml = 1 gram = 1000 milligrams

In Switzerland most CBD oil is sold in 10ml bottles and indicate the CBD concentration (%) on the label or box. The CBD percentage indicates how much CBD is contained within the bottle. The typical 10ml CBD oil bottle, with a CBD concentration of 10%, contains 1g of CBD (10ml * 10% = 1ml = 1 gram).

However, it is important to differentiate between the amount of CBD in the entire bottle and the amount of CBD per dropper. Assuming the dropper is 1ml (approximately 20 drops), then 1 droplet will have 0.1 gram of CBD (10ml * 10% * 1ml = 0.1 ml = 0.1 gram).

This might not seem much, but CBD Flowers on average have a CBD concentration of approximately 20%. Which means theoretically you consume 20mg of CBD by smoking 1 gram of CBD flowers. However, how much of the CBD is lost to the flames and smoke… is really unknow and depends on numerous factors. This is why CBD oil offers a more precise dosing as compared to smoking CBD Flowers or CBD vaping.

For most people, CBD becomes active within a few minutes, but varies for everybody.

While CBD oil is generally well-tolerated, some individuals may experience mild side effects such as dry mouth, drowsiness, or changes in appetite. These effects are typically temporary and subside with time. It’s important to note that CBD oil may interact with certain medications, so it’s essential to consult with a healthcare professional if you’re taking any medications.

CBD oil is generally considered safe, but it’s crucial to choose high-quality products from reputable brands. Look for CBD oils that have undergone third-party lab testing to ensure they are contaminants- free and the label is accurate.

Consumption of alcohol is generally not recommended for people with any type of liver diseases or conditions. Again, always consult your medical professional. CBD should not substitute any pharmaceutical medication.

Numerous effects of CBD have been discussed. However, there are no large-scale studies with thousands of participants to make precise statements about the effects of cannabidiol. For example, it appears CBD can improve relaxation and sleep. In studies with few participants, for example, CBD consumers were able to fall asleep faster and sleep better, which is why CBD could serve as a sleep aid.

Therapeutically, CBD is already used as an analgesic to relieve pain in certain types of pain. In addition, the anti-inflammatory effect is known, which is mostly used by cosmetics for the skin. Recently, research has focused more and more on the terpene entourage effect. As a result, CBD could possibly be used as an anxiolytic (anti-anxiety agent) or anticonvulsant (antiepileptic).

CBD is already being used today to treat chronic pain and inflammation. Here it has been found that sometimes fewer opioids or similarly strong painkillers have to be used when CBD is involved. Please keep in mind that these modes of action are not fully documented.

Beyond specific health conditions, CBD oil is often used as a supplement to promote overall well-being. Many individuals incorporate CBD oil into their daily routine as part of a holistic approach to wellness. It can be seen as a tool for stress management, relaxation, and supporting a healthy lifestyle.

CBD oil’s potential to improve overall well-being is attributed to its interaction with the endocannabinoid system, which is involved in regulating various bodily functions. By supporting the balance of this system, CBD oil may contribute to overall homeostasis and promote a sense of wellness.

In cool dark places where the temperature does not exceed 25 degrees Celsius. This way, it will degrade more slowly, won’t lose its wellness properties.

Like most natural products, cannabidiol (CBD) oil eventually degrades and expires. CBD oil shelf life typically ranges between one to two years, but there are many factors that can affect the duration, including its ingredients, and how its stored. We recommend that to store in a cool and dark place (cabinet, drawer) under 25 C.

No. Never. It’s important to note that CBD oil is not a substitute for medical treatment, and individuals with underlying health conditions should consult with their healthcare provider before incorporating CBD oil into their regimen.

CBD should never replace a therapy prescribed by a doctor or medications. The information provided here is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Always ask a doctor if your health is at risk and if you are taking medication. They can clarify with you whether the use of the hemp plant and its CBD can cause problems for you and your well-being.

The CBD industry in Switzerland is within the best in the world. Switzerland is the second largest producer of hemp (8,000 hectares). France currently has 12,000 hectares of farmland dedicated to CBD. We currently only source CBD from local Swiss farmers and manufacturers, benefiting the Swiss farmers growing CBD and reduction in carbon footprint.

After testing multiple Swiss brands and reviewing the laboratory results, the manufacturers Qualicann and Naturecannm have emerged as test winners and bestsellers offering a wide range of CBD products. Feel free to add their products to your shopping cart to enjoy their best quality.

Having said that, based on our experience and laboratory test results the difference between these now famous brand names and “generic” or “direct-from-farmer” CBD is not much, if any. At the end of the day your intake of CBD, whether full or broad spectrum will be based on the chemical composition of the plant, which are all derived from a limited number of EU approved genomes. We decided to offer our ENJOOY-CBD brand to consumers and publish the third-party laboratory analysis.

Cannabis flowers intended for smoking that have a high content of cannabidiol (CBD) and less than 1% THC can be legally sold and purchased. While THC is responsible for the intoxicating effect of cannabis, CBD has no psychotropic effect and is accordingly not covered by the Swiss Narcotics Act.

The consumption of CBD with more than 1% of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is generally prohibited in Switzerland. Unless you are a part of the government studies like the one being conducted by the University of Basel.

Yes, daily use can help improve your overall wellbeing and may help with frequent anxiety or trouble sleeping. For example, CBD may soothe your nervous system, and it’s easier to prevent a symptom from escalating.

Introducing CBD to your body is all about consistency. Consistency is important in any wellness routine. However, if you experience any side effects, you should always consult a pharmacist or doctor.

People considering or taking CBD products should always mention their use to their doctor, particularly if they are taking other medications or have underlying medical conditions, such as liver disease, kidney disease, epilepsy, heart issues, a weakened immune system, or are on medications that can weaken the immune system (such as cancer medications).

A pharmacist is a great resource to help you learn about a potential interaction with a supplement, an herbal product (many of which have their own drug interactions), or an over-the-counter or prescription medication. Don’t assume that just because something is natural, it is safe and trying it won’t hurt. 

Every product must undergo a mandatory notification process to the Federal Office of Public Health before it can be made available for sale. This notification includes a comprehensive laboratory analysis that verifies the non-psychotropic properties of the product and ensures the absence of nicotine. Additionally, the packaging of these products must adhere to specific requirements.

To promote consumer awareness and safety, retail packs must prominently display warning pictures, similar to those found on cigarette packs. These warning pictures should cover a minimum of 35% of the front and 50% of the back of the packaging area. Moreover, the packaging must clearly state the information “< 1% THC” and “Plant-based products, without tobacco” in accordance with the guidelines outlined by the Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH, 2017).

The requirements to market CBD Oil in Switzerland are quire strict and are determined by the Federal Office of Public Health FOPH and Swissmedic. While the describing the Swiss regulatory landscape for CBD is outside the scope of this article. You can download the following documents for further information. The links attached.

To ensure the quality and potency of CBD oil products, look for those that have undergone third-party lab testing. These tests verify the CBD content, confirm the absence of harmful contaminants, and ensure that the product meets quality standards. Certificates of analysis (COAs) should be readily available from reputable brands, providing

Our partner Qualicann uses high-quality organic hemp seed oil from the Zurich Oberland. We not only rely on a raw material of the highest quality, but also on a regional and sustainable product without long transport routes.

If you want to be sure you are buying one of the best CBD oils and drops on the market, we recommend our own brand ENJOOY. The CBD Oils we offer in our CBD Shop and Headshop have gone through numerous tests. We send samples of the products to independent laboratories for analysis and compare the results with the manufacturer’s own laboratory test results. Our CBD products only ends up in our Shop after laboratory test results confirm accurate labelling.

Flavonoids are a group of phytonutrients that serve as cell messengers, and terpenes bind to receptors in the human body Both are found in full-spectrum CBD extracts. All of these compounds work together, building on their individual strengths. Scientists named this process the Entourage Effect, which means that our full-spectrum CBD extract provides more complete benefits.

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