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As you may know, we live a difficult period for everyone. Most of us are forced to stay home during this COVID19 crisis period.
Postal services are impacted as well and delivery WILL take longer than usual. Depending on where (what region) you live, expect a delivery delay of around 7 days (may vary) in France.
Expect 10 to 12 more days within mainland Europe
Expect 3 to 4 weeks if you live in the DOM / TOM region.
We are sorry for that, but there is nothing we can do to accelerate it.
Contact us at [email protected] if you wish to arrange a special delivery by CHRONOPOST (extra cost).
The short answer is : NO
We don’t do any dropshipping, we do own the products we are selling. We chose them, we personnaly visited our suppliers to pick only the highest quality possible, and we negotiated with them the best possible prices.
For example : our CBD flowers.
Our flowers come from Switzerland. After discussing with a couple of suppliers, we selected a few, and paid them a visit !
We wanted to see with our own eyes how they work and if their quality was good enough for us to invest, and then propose their products to our customers.
Quality is EXTREMELY important to us because we know that a disapointed customer is lost for ever.
CBD stands for Cannabidiol.
Among the 60+ cannabinoids contained in hemp, only two are major components of it. Delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, is the molecule responsible for the psychoactive effect of cannabis. Cannabidiol, or CBD, is the other major cannabinoid.
It has no psychotropic or euphoric effect on the organism. In EU, this molecule is legal, whatever its concentration. The THC and CBD concentration of cannabis depends on the plant variety.
Some varieties have a very high concentration of THC and little CBD, others have almost no THC and are very concentrated in CBD.
The World Health Organisation has recognised CBD as both safe, non-toxic and with very few side effects.
The short answer is : YES
While THC and CBD come from the same plant (Hemp), only THC is considered as a drug in most countries legislations, while CBD has never been considered as a drug.
The EU regulation 1308/2013 of December 17, 2013 explicitly authorize the production, import and marketing of Hemp (Cannabis sativa L) , or its derivatives, if the THC content does not exceed 0.2%.
Several recent developments in CBD legislation are notable.
In January 2019, the WHO (World Health Organization) recommended that CBD be removed from the list of hazardous substances. According to the WHO Expert Committee on Drug Addiction, “in its pure state, cannabidiol does not appear to be harmful and poses no risk of abuse.”
The World Anti-Doping Agency has also followed the WHO lead by guaranteeing CBD was not banned for athletes.