Swiss supermarket chain Coop has announced it will be selling cannabis cigarettes, which has been dubbed the world’s first hemp cigarette.

According to the manufacturing company Heimat, the cigarettes have a low THC level so they are legal under Swiss law. Swiss law requires that the maximum allowance of THC be 1%, which is higher compared to other EU countries who have put a 0.2% cap.

Heimat has been producing tobacco cigarettes since 2016 and has put their focus on cigarettes with hemp now.

The cigarettes will contain 20% CBD, which means they could potentially aid in relieving ailments like inflammation and pain as well as depression, anxiety, and epilepsy.

Coop market isn’t the only place to buy them you can also order them on the company’s website and through various outlets across Switzerland.

 

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