The Swiss Aren't Neutral In Cannabis

In 2011, Switzerland legalized the sale of low-THC cannabis, but only recently saw a spike in sales. Last year, some shops began selling this low-THC cannabis as a healthier alternative to tobacco and now, retailers are struggling to keep up with demand. The demand is so high that even marijuana wholesaler, KannaSwiss, increased their number of employees in the last few months from 5 to 20, while still struggling to match demand. Even though these low-THC products don’t have the same psychoactive effect as cannabis with normal levels of THC, some in the medical field and police are concerned of the drug’s other health risks.  


If you’ve been following the news, you’ll know that more and more seniors are trying cannabis - and an encouraging new study suggests that it’s working rather well. NORML has reported on a new study from the journal Gerontology & Geriatric Medicine, regarding seniors who have used cannabis over the past year. Our readers will not be surprised to learn that marijuana improved their overall quality of life.

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