How you can get free advice
Do you have questions or other concerns about hemp, cannabidiol (CBD) or the products and services offered at cbuy.ch? We are happy to accompany you with advice on your entry into the world of cbuy.ch – and this free of charge! Book your free personal consultation today. When booking, you decide on which topics you would like to be advised. The following topics are available:
- History of hemp
- Hemp for skin & hair
- Hemp for a healthy diet
- Hemp for pets
- Lifestyle products from hemp
- Hemp in medicine
You decide through which channel the consultation should be conducted: via telephone, video call or at our company headquarters. Alternatively, we will be happy to visit you at your home for a flat fee of CHF 100 (you can pay the consultation fee quickly and conveniently via TWINT, credit card or cash after the on-site consultation).
No matter which form of consultation you choose – after each consultation you will receive at least one free sample as well as a personalized 20% voucher for your next purchase on cbuy.ch. We would like to draw your attention to the fact that the consulting sessions can be booked in German or English. Our consulting team is looking forward to meeting you! Click here to book your personal consultation.
How to test our hemp products in the comfort of your own home
Book your personal CBD party today and become part of the cbuy.ch story! This is how it works: You invite at least four friends, relatives and acquaintances to your home. Our CBD party managers will come over and professionally and competently present CBD cosmetics, CBD lifestyle products as well as hemp foods from cbuy.ch.
In an informal atmosphere you will have the opportunity to exchange ideas, test products and buy them if you are interested. Payment is made directly at your CBD party conveniently by credit card, TWINT or cash. Usually our CBD party managers have everything in stock. So you can enjoy your products on the same day. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us by phone +41 44 782 88 77, e-mail email@example.com, WhatsApp +41 79 123 88 67 or live chat.
How to learn more about hemp & CBD
cbuy.ch is committed to expertise, education and transparency towards its stakeholders. That’s why we run our free online magazine cread – All about Cannabis and publish new articles every week. At cread – Alles über Cannabis you will find a wide variety of articles on a wide variety of topics related to hemp and CBD. From articles about hemp food as well as CBD cosmetic products over articles about legal matters to instructions for the storage of hemp products and interviews with the employees of cbuy.ch – on cread – All about Cannabis you get the opportunity to expand your knowledge about hemp and CBD for free. All articles are created by employees of cbuy.ch, are well researched and are linked directly to the corresponding sources in each case. This way we are able to offer you a high quality as well as informative reading experience. cread – Alles über Cannabis is available in German as well as in English.
What you should consider when traveling abroad
We would like to point out that hemp products, especially those containing cannabidiol (CBD), are not legal in every country outside of Switzerland. In many places, they may not be carried, imported or exported. Each country has its own laws. Before traveling abroad, always inform yourself about the legal situation at your respective destination. Additionally, we recommend that you visit the website of the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) before traveling abroad and contact them with any questions regarding CBD hemp products abroad. The website of the DFA can be found here
What you have to pay attention to in road traffic
Legally obtainable hemp products may contain a maximum of 1% tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in Switzerland, but THC is an illegal substance in road traffic. The Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH), in collaboration with the Institute of Forensic Medicine at the University of Basel, therefore conducted a study on the topic of “Cannabis in Road Traffic” in February 2021. According to the findings of this study, the FOPH states the following: “In Switzerland, there is effectively zero tolerance for cannabis in road traffic. The currently valid limit value of 1.5 ng/mL THC in the blood is an analytical limit value. An actual traffic-relevant influence does not have to have been present. This regulation corresponds with the classification of cannabis as a prohibited narcotic.”
Furthermore, the BAG notes, “The restriction of driving performance is dose- and concentration-dependent with cannabis, as with alcohol. First impairments result from a concentration of 1 – 2.5 ng/mL THC in the blood. From a concentration of approx. 3 – 4.1 ng/mL, impairments in coordination and reaction become apparent, which are comparable to a blood alcohol concentration of 0.5‰. Above 5 ng/mL, cannabis users are demonstrably more likely to be involved in accidents. Individuals who have smoked cannabis containing THC are more often involved in traffic accidents within the first hour after use. After 2 to 4 hours, the risk of accidents decreases again. Mixed use with alcohol leads to a significant deterioration in driving ability. Unlike alcohol, cannabis use does not increase risk taking.”
Due to the currently prevailing de facto zero tolerance, we therefore strongly recommend that you refrain from driving any vehicle after consuming products containing CBD. Further information on the mentioned study of the BAG can be found here.