All our CBD flowers are produced under sustainable and organic cultivation in Switzerland. Our high quality buds reach CBD levels of up to 10%, while the THC content is always below 0.2%. All Green Passion CBD buds are therefore compliant with European law and offer you an exceptional experience.
As a pioneer of the Swiss CBD industry, we place great value on offering our customers not only the best quality flowers, but also a wide selection. In our Green Passion® online shop you will find a broad variety of Swiss indoor, outdoor and greenhouse CBD flowers.
All our resinous buds are hand-picked and -trimmed with great attention to detail. Order your favourite flowers here online and enjoy your CBD within days.
For more information, you can read our FAQ at the bottom of the page.
What is CBD?
Cannabidiol (CBD) occurs as a natural compound in the cannabis plant. Cannabis has been used in medicine for thousands of years. Today, the therapeutic properties of Swiss CBD are tested and confirmed by scientists and doctors around the world. CBD is a safe, non-addictive substance and one of more than a hundred “phytocannabinoids” that differ from THC-containing cannabis. CBD gives the plant a robust therapeutic profile.
What are CBD Flowers?
CBD flowers are the flowers of female cannabis plants that have been specially bred to contain very high levels of cannabidiol and low levels of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol). Various scientific studies have shown that CBD flowers from Switzerland can have valuable effects.
Are CBD flowers from Green Passion® legal?
All our high quality Swiss flowers reach CBD levels of up to 10%, while the THC content is always below 0.2%. All our CBD flowers are therefore compliant with European law. Furthermore, all Green Passion® products are continuously tested by accredited laboratories and notified and registered with the relevant federal offices and authorities.
Why choose CBD flowers from Green Passion®?
In the CBD Shop by Green Passion® you will find a variety of CBD products from Switzerland at a fair price. As a Swiss company, we are especially attentive to provide our customers with only the best quality and most resinous CBD flowers. All our CBD flowers come from a Swiss organic cultivation and are picked and trimmed by hand. Furthermore, you can easily order your flowers online in our online shop and, if desired, pay by invoice or credit card. We guarantee a fast delivery and the best quality from service to the finished product.
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Can CBD flowers have a psychoactive effect?
Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of well over 100 cannabinoids of the hemp plant known so far, which is said to have many positive properties. Although the mechanism of action of cannabidiol has not yet been fully researched, it has been proven that CBD is not psychoactive and therefore cannot cause intoxication.
What do I do with CBD flowers?
CBD flowers can be consumed in different ways. The easiest way is to crush the flowers first and then smoke them in a pipe or as a CBD cigarette. However, as this method of consumption can put a lot of strain on the lungs, experts advise a gentler method such as a vaporizer. This method also has other advantages, because the ingredients are gently released from the flower during gentle heating and evaporation.
What kind of CBD flowers can you buy at Green Passion®?
In our Green Passion® online shop you will find a wide selection of high quality indoor, outdoor as well as greenhouse CBD flowers from Switzerland.
Why are CBD flowers not suitable for consumption?
Anyone who wants to place food containing hemp extracts or cannabinoids on the market or use them as a food ingredient must consider whether these foods are considered novel foods. This is the case if it cannot be proven that the food was already consumed to a significant extent in Switzerland or the EU before 15 May 1997. However, cannabinoids and hemp extracts are basically novel foods, which is why they cannot legally be added to food at will.
In parts of the hemp plant, more than eighty so-called cannabinoids are found naturally. The most important are the psychotropic delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and the non-psychotropic cannabidiol (CBD).
For the individual substances of the cannabinoids, no significant consumption as food has been documented so far, neither in Switzerland nor in the EU before 15 May 1997. Therefore, the following substances are to be assessed as novel foods:
– Cannabinoids from hemp plants (Cannabis sativa L.);
– cannabinoids from any other plant containing cannabinoids;
– synthetically produced cannabinoids.
Cannabinoids, like hemp extracts, are listed as novel foods in the Novel Food Catalogue of the European Commission. Consequently, they can in principle only be placed on the market with a licence from the FSVO or an authorisation from the European Commission.