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CBD is the abbreviation of the word "Cannabidiol". Cannabidiol is one of the many cannabinoids found in the Cannabis Sativa plant. Unlike its infamous cousin THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) it is a non-psychotropic substance. In other words, it does not cause any "high", "euphoria" or "high", unlike marijuana. Instead, it could potentially provide a number of benefits and therapeutic advantages.
Cannabidiol was first isolated from the chemical structure of Cannabis Sativa in 1940. However, archaic laws governing hemp have made scientific research extremely difficult. This is also one of the reasons why CBD was shrouded in mystery for a long time. Until a clinical study on cannabidiol, conducted in 1974, revealed some of the properties of cannabidiol. One of these properties was that it reduced the negative effects of THC usage in human subjects.
More and more scientific researchers, health professionals and cannabis enthusiasts are convinced that the benefits of Cannabidiol are real. Numerous studies have shown that hemp extracts could help those who consume them to cope with many permanent or occasional ailments and diseases. These could range from anxiety disorders to the relief of chronic pain symptoms and inflammation. In addition, on advantage of Cannabidiol is that it’s does not seem to cause any long-term side effects, unlike other types of treatment might. Please note, however, that there are no large-scale clinical studies to confirm the therapeutic effects of CBD and that the benefits are induced from laboratory research instead, on small samples of patients.
When you ingest cannabinoids, they can influence, bind to and regulate your endogenous cannabinoid receptors (i.e. those naturally present in your own body). These cannabinoid receptors are found in your brain and throughout your body. They are part of the so-called endocannabinoid system (ECS) that also regulates various other systems.
Unlike other cannabinoids, whose effects vary depending on the receptors they bind to, CBD works differently. Indeed, the effects of Cannabidiol come not only from the way it interacts with the endocannabinoid system, but also from the way it regulates other systems in the body.
In this article on the effects of CBD, you can learn more about cannabinoids and how they interact with the endogenous cannabinoid production system. We also explore the various benefits and effects of Cannabidiol in relieving a variety of different symptoms and conditions.
You may have heard that CBD is a safe substance to use, even in high doses. In fact, that's one of the reasons it's so popular. People looking for everyday wellness and calmness are turning to Cannabidiol as they have access to a product that is truly safe and as natural as possible.
However, just because Swiss CBD has a reassuring risk profile, it doesn't mean it has no side effects. In some rare cases, Cannabidiol (CBD) can have mild side effects. Like any other chemical compound, Cannabidiol is effective because it interacts with your body in a profound and specific way. Therefore, it could result in mild unpleasant side effects for some portion of users.
Luckily, by buying Swiss CBD quality and focusing on organically grown hemp, you can limit side effects to mild and rare instances. That’s one of the reasons why uWeed only sells Cannabidiol from hemp plants grown without pesticides or insecticides.
The human body produces its own cannabinoids, called endocannabinoids. These tiny molecules are deeply embedded in cells in different parts of the body. These cells receive signals from cannabinoid receptors. These are a group of molecules that are found on the surface of our cells. Depending on the signals they receive, they can stimulate specific reactions in these cells.
This is called the 'endocannabinoid system'. This system runs throughout the body and comprises hundreds of thousands of receptors. These receptors can bind to the cannabinoids you consume. The endocannabinoid system also plays a crucial role in the regulation of a large number of physiological processes.
Unlike other cannabinoids that have different effects depending on the receptors they bind to, cannabidiol shows that it releases a different effect. This is because the effect of cannabidiol is also absorbed by the way it interacts in the body. Not only with the ECS, but also with the way it regulates other systems in the body.
With the growing number of Cannabidiol products available in Switzerland, consumers now have a huge choice in terms of product type, cannabinoid concentration (CBD, THC, CBG or CBN), dosage or price. This can even become daunting for both new and experienced users. How can you possibly decide which Swiss CBD product is best suited to your needs and lifestyle?
CBD can be consumed in many different ways but unfortunately not all of them are legal in Switzerland (or in Europe), in spite of the molecule itself being authorized. For the purpose of this question, we will describe here product types found on the market rather than those available legally in Switzerland or on our online shop.
To satisfy your personal CBD needs, you can choose between the following categories:
In short, your choice isn’t scarce! Our article on CBD usage and dosing we additionally discuss other points to consider when using Swiss CBD, such as bioavailability and the different ways to use or intake your Cannabidiol products. The type of consumption greatly affects the amount of Cannabidiol your body absorbs and could therefore have an influence on the optimal dosage.
You have probably heard someone mention the word "CBD" or "Cannabidiol" in the last few months. Especially if you have family members, colleagues or friends who suffer from one of the many symptoms of chronic diseases such as pain or anxiety. However, is CBD actually legal in Switzerland?
Undeniably, Switzerland has started to relax its cannabis legislation a while back, both for medical cannabis and for cannabidiol products made from hemp. Cannabis with a THC content of less than 1% has been legal in Switzerland since 2011. It is subsequently not regulated by the Federal Law on Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances (LStup).
However, it was not until 2016-2017 that the most daring entrepreneurs (including uWeed in November 2017) entered the promising market of cannabis light. Since then, the number of producers and players in the cannabis sector in Switzerland has grown exponentially, similarly to the US and other European countries.
Surprisingly, although cannabis with a THC content of less than 1% is legal in Switzerland, not all CBD-based products can be legally brought onto the Swiss market.
Indeed, CBD does not have its own legal framework. Instead, it is governed by other rules and regulations and the intended purpose and nature of the final product define which law to follow for that specific product. This is why, for example, food products (whose purpose is to be ingested) with a high CBD content are not allowed. Furthermore, cannabis resins or even CBD pollen are also prohibited. Similarly, the use of "cannabis" (flowering or fruiting tops from which the resin has not been extracted) and products made from cannabis (e.g. hemp extracts, CBD) is also prohibited in cosmetic products.
On the positive side, you are not taking any legal risk as an end consumer when consuming a product from a CBD shop (whether online or offline). On the other hand, for producers and players active in the hemp sectors, the story is different. Despite the checklist "Products containing Cannabidiol (CBD) - Overview" set up by Swissmedic, the Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH) and the Federal Office for Food Safety and Veterinary Affairs (FOVV), running a CBD shop with the aim to be compliant with regulation is a real legal headache on a daily basis.
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