Swiss supermarket to start selling 'legal cannabis' cigarettes

The cannabis in its cigarettes respects the legal limit of THC but contains a high level – some 20 percent – of CBD
The Local (Switzerland)
Wednesday, July 12, 2017
An independent Swiss cigarette maker has this month launched what it calls the first hemp cigarette in the world – and from July 24th they will be on sale in major Swiss supermarket Coop. Heimat has been producing tobacco cigarettes since last year. But now it has turned its hand to making cigarettes using legal cannabis. In 2011 Switzerland legalized cannabis containing up to one percent tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) – higher than the 0.2 percent legal limit in many other European countries. The low level of THC means this legal Swiss cannabis won’t make you high, but it does still contain cannabidiol (CBD), thought to have certain health benefits making it useful for treating pain, inflammation and panic attacks.