In Switzerland, high-CBD cannabis being sold legally as ‘tobacco substitute’

If or when there will be additional regulation around the apparently legal cannabis or its consumption has yet to be decided
Leafly (US)
Monday, October 24, 2016

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.