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Most asked questions

Discover the most frequently asked questions about THE SWISS HEMP.

Is delivery free?

We ship our products to Switzerland and almost all European countries (France (excluding Overseas Territories), United Kingdom, Spain, Italy, etc.)

In some cases you can benefit from free delivery (as part of a special offer, with a minimum purchase amount). The conditions for benefiting may change over time and depending on current commercial offers.

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What is CBD?

CBD is the abbreviation of cannabidiol which is one of the 80 (approximately) cannabinoids contained in cannabis. After tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), mainly responsible for the psychotropic effect of cannabis, CBD is, in terms of concentration, the second cannabinoid most present in this plant. However, unlike THC, it does not produce a psychotropic effect.

There is no legal limit for the CBD content – ​​the THC content is always decisive. Cannabis with a THC content of less than 1% has been legal in Switzerland since 2011.

What are the effects of CBD?

CBD does not have a psychotropic effect and therefore does not provide a feeling of intoxication (“high”). Some users report a feeling of slight relaxation but this could also be due to the residual THC content, likely to produce such an effect on people not accustomed to regular cannabis consumption. CBD may also have an effect on mood. In general, the therapeutic properties of this molecule have still been little studied. However, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-epileptic, anti-emetic, anxiolytic, anti-depressive and anti-psychotic effects are cited. Consumption is said to have few or no side effects.

What are the benefits of CBD?

CBD, or cannabidiol, is a chemical compound naturally found in the cannabis plant. Although CBD is one of many compounds found in cannabis, it does not produce the psychoactive effects associated with marijuana use, such as euphoria or altered perception.

The effects of CBD may vary from person to person, but studies have shown that it may have several health benefits, including:

  1. Pain relief: CBD may help relieve pain by reducing inflammation and acting on pain receptors in the body.
  2. Reduction of anxiety and depression: CBD may help reduce levels of anxiety and depression by acting on receptors in the brain that regulate mood.
  3. Improved sleep: CBD may help improve sleep quality by reducing anxiety and promoting relaxation.
  4. Reduction of mental health-related symptoms: CBD may help reduce symptoms of various mental health conditions, such as schizophrenia, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
  5. Improved heart health: CBD may help reduce blood pressure and improve cardiovascular health by reducing inflammation and acting on receptors in the heart.

It is important to note that the effects of CBD can vary depending on the dose, method of administration, and quality of the product used. Before you begin using CBD, it is recommended that you consult a healthcare professional to discuss the potential risks and benefits for your specific situation.

Can I give CBD to my dog, cat, horse, etc.?

Yes. Pets can benefit from CBD in the same conditions as humans: pain, seizures, inflammation and anxiety. CBD is safe for pets but their dosage will likely be much lower than yours. Dogs have a higher concentration of cannabinoid receptors in their brains. This means they are very sensitive to THC.

What are the effects of CBD on animals?

Research on the effects of CBD on animals is still limited, but some studies have suggested that CBD may have potential benefits for animal health. Potential effects of CBD on animals may include:

  1. Anxiety Reduction: CBD may help reduce anxiety in pets, especially those suffering from chronic stress or separation anxiety.
  2. Pain relief: CBD may also help reduce pain in animals, especially those suffering from chronic pain or inflammatory conditions.
  3. Reduction of inflammation: CBD can help reduce inflammation in animals, which can help treat a variety of health conditions, such as arthritis and allergies.
  4. Improved sleep quality: CBD may also help improve sleep quality in animals, especially those with sleep disorders.

CBD oil: What dosage?

The optimal dosage of CBD oil depends on several factors, such as your weight, metabolism, the concentration of CBD in the oil, the reason for using the oil, and your individual sensitivity to CBD. It is important to start with a lower dose and gradually increase if necessary.

Here are some general guidelines to help you determine your optimal CBD oil dosage:

  • Start with a dose of 5 to 10 mg of CBD per day.
  • If you do not feel any beneficial effects after a few days, you can increase your dose by 5 to 10 mg every two or three days.
  • Continue to increase the dose until you achieve the desired effects.
  • The maximum recommended dose of CBD is generally 200 mg per day, but this may vary depending on your individual situation.

It's important to note that the effects of CBD can take time to kick in, so it's important to be patient and not increase your dose too quickly.

It is also recommended to keep a journal of your CBD oil consumption to track your dose, the effects you experience, and adjust your dosage if necessary.

Finally, it is important to consult a healthcare professional before starting to use CBD oil, especially if you are already taking medication or have specific health concerns.

Why choose CBD Switzerland?

CBD of Swiss origin (Swiss Made Weed or Swiss Made Cannabis) seems to be more popular with consumers. Indeed in Switzerland as elsewhere there are several ranges of cannabidiol products but statistically it still seems that the Swiss CBD market is the one where we find some of the best CBD flowers and hashes that exist.

In Switzerland, CBD products are limited to 1% THC compared to 0.3% for European Union member countries. In addition, the Swiss authorities are more tolerant of cannabis products containing little THC, which allowed producers to start their cultivation from the start of the boom in the CBD market.

By producing quality flowers naturally, Swiss producers are less tempted to improve their product downstream with questionable techniques such as the addition of synthetic terpenes to increase the aromatic quality of flowers and hash.

In addition, Swiss health control is more demanding than that of other producing countries such as Italy where outdoor production is exposed to parasites which often leads to the use of pesticides unlike indoor cultivation which does not require the use of pesticides. these products.

What is HSD?

High Speed ​​Dynamic is a synthetically produced form of CBD available primarily online. It offers a stimulating effect for the mind and body.

What are the effects of HSD?

After consumption, the effects of HSD appear within minutes and can last between 30 minutes and 1 hour. It provides a feeling of vitality, energy, improved concentration and mental clarity. These sensations are gentle and seem natural.

What is THCP+?

THCP, or tetrahydrocannabiphorol, is one of several cannabinoids found in cannabis. It is produced when CBGA, an acidic cannabinoid found in the plant, undergoes a carbon dioxide removal process known as decarboxylation. Scientists have discovered that THCP can bind to CB1 and CB2 receptors in the human brain, which explains why it is capable of producing psychoactive effects.

What are the effects of THCP+?

Due to its ability to bind to CB1 and CB2 receptors, THCP can produce a variety of effects in the body. This may include:

A feeling of euphoria
Deep relaxation
An improvement in appetite
Potential pain relief
Potential for improving sleep

Please note that the effects of THCP may vary depending on the dose consumed and individual tolerance.

What is H4CBD?

H4CBD, also called hydrogenated CBD or hexahydrocannabidiol, is a semi-synthetic form of cannabidiol (CBD), a compound naturally found in the cannabis plant. This hydrogenated version of CBD is produced in the laboratory by adding hydrogen atoms to a CBD molecule.

The origin and history of H4CBD dates back to the creation of different synthetic and semi-synthetic versions of the cannabinoids by scientists in the mid-20th century. Since then, H4CBD has been studied for its potential calming properties, including its non-psychoactive and anti-inflammatory effect.

H4CBD is different from CBD in terms of chemical composition and physiological consequences. CBD has a low affinity for the CB1 receptor and does not produce a significant psychotropic effect, while H4CBD is 100 times more potent than CBD on CB1 receptors without producing a more pronounced psychoactive effect. Additionally, H4CBD has been shown to have greater anti-inflammatory capacity than CBD.

H4CBD can be consumed in different forms, whether in flowers like AK CHOCO H4CBD , Mango Kush H4CBD or Weeding Cake H4CBD , in resin like King Hassan or even in oils.

What are the effects of H4CBD?

H4CBD is a molecule that has a number of potential health benefits. One of the main benefits of H4CBD is its effects on the nervous system and mood. It is known for its anti-stress and anti-anxiety properties, which can improve mood and reduce symptoms of anxiety. Additionally, H4CBD can mentally stimulate and improve focus, making it an attractive option for those seeking support for their emotional well-being.

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