A new coffee shop in Wales allows customers to choose the "CDD" in Mariguana instead of the caramel, so customers can get a cup of coffee with the addition of hashish.
The Bogarts CBD Coffee House, located on a busy main street in the British city of Swansea, is one of a growing number of coffee shops that sell legal products and allows its customers to add a non-stimulant (CBD) Marijuana, in their coffee, is believed by many to help treat a variety of conditions such as anxiety and depression to arthritis and fibromyalgia.
The coffee shop adds a variety of favorite menus such as pumpkin coffee, hot chocolate and pabong tea for an additional £ 1, while the boat is not recognized as having any benefits and is still illegal in some places, Medicines and healthcare products for high street sales (MHRA) approved the purchase of cannabidol (CPD) in 2016 after admitting that it had a positive effect on some cases, but the Welsh government and the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) disagreed with the research Which refers to the benefits of cannabidiol And recognize that there is no medical benefit to him confirmed.
A spokesman for the Welsh government said: "There is very little evidence of any health benefits of cannabidiol, while store owner Jeff Lang says increased competition suggests otherwise, noting that his clients are between the ages of 18 and 80, with the desire of small customers In the use of CBD to treat anxiety, while older people find it helps in their painful injuries that affect their movement such as arthritis and fibromyalgia.
Some British cities, including London, have seen an increase in cannabis-based products, but suppliers in England and Wales must have a license to sell it as a medicine, following a decision made in October two years ago. Manufacturers can also avoid strict regulation through Sell it as a food supplement – Ignoring the lengthy process of obtaining a medical license, usually, it is sold in the form of oils and capsules, but companies compete for the idea of mixing it with food and drink.
"Fitness Studio Frame" offers its customers a juice made of hashish after fitness classes, and Behind This Wall offers a range of alcohol-free cocktails with CBD and ginger.
In the United States, the FDA has not yet approved any cannabis products apart from Epidiolex epilepsy medicine. However, state laws vary and a cocktail bar has been opened for the first and only CBD in New York City, while the California Department of Public Health Sell CBD additives in food and drink until you get full FDA approval.
This year, Canada became the second country in the world to introduce cannabis recreational use and in the United Kingdom, medical cannabis oil will be available from November.