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CBD Skincare

At Greenfellas, we offer a wide range of CBD skincare products designed to meet every skin care need. From moisturizing creams to soothing serums and rejuvenating face masks, our products are formulated to enhance the natural beauty of your skin. Whether you want to combat dryness, reduce inflammation, or improve overall skin health, Greenfellas has the right product for you.

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CBD Food

Whether you're a CBD enthusiast or new to the world of cannabidiol, our CBD edibles provide a delicious and discreet way to enjoy the potential benefits of CBD. Indulge in our delicious CBD gummies, available in a variety of flavors and shapes, making them a fun and tasty treat for any occasion.

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CBD Drinks

Our range of CBD beverages includes a variety of flavors to suit any palate, from fruity and refreshing to herbaceous and calming. Whether you're craving a fizzy CBD-infused sparkling water, an invigorating CBD-infused iced tea, or a creamy CBD-infused latte, Greenfellas has the perfect drink to satisfy your desires.

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Discover the Finest Swiss Cannabis Flowers: Purity, Potency, and Tradition

Embrace the world of premium Swiss cannabis flowers, where unparalleled quality meets the richness of tradition. Our collection of Swiss cannabis flowers is carefully curated to offer you an exquisite experience, rooted in the heart of Switzerland's pristine environment.

Buy cannabis oils from Switzerland

On Greenfellas you will find a great selection of cannabis oils, as well as hemp oil all made in Switzerland by Swiss producers. Whether you are looking for CBD, CBG or THC oils, with 10%, 20% or 30% cannabinoid concentration, full spectrum or broad spectrum (THC free) and extracted with ethanol or CO2, we sure have it. Discover our more than 100 Swiss hemp oils in our CBD shop, but also a wide range of accessories: it’s our passion!

FAQ: Clear your doubts before buying CBD

What is CBD or cannabidiol?

CBD is the abbreviation of the word "Cannabidiol". Cannabidiol is one of the many cannabinoids found in the Cannabis Sativa plant. Unlike its infamous cousin THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) it is a non-psychotropic substance. In other words, it does not cause any "high", "euphoria" or "stoned" effect like marijuana. Instead, it could potentially provide a number of benefits for your well-being as well as benefits to fight anxiety, stress, depression, sleep disorder, or fatigue-related issues.

What is the difference between CBD and CBD?

CBD (Cannabidiol) and THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol)are two of the main cannabinoids within the cannabis plant, mainly in the flowers. Although their molecular structure is similar, they have very different effects on the human body. CBD doesn’t produce any psychoactive effects, when THC does. Cannabis is considered a narcotic by the UN. CDB is also called legal cannabis and after extraction, it’s can be used through oils, flowers, pollen or infusion.

Can CBD be categorized as a drug?

No, CBD, CBD flowers, CBD oils and CBD products based are not drugs, neither in France, Switzerland, nor anywhere else in Europe, like in Portugal, or Luxemburg. However, it’s restricted to consumption by adults over 18. You have to be overage to be make orders on this website, whether it’s CBD oils, CBD cannabis. For more information on legal requirements for cannabis based plants and its varieties, ingredients and flavours and their uses, read the following.

What are the effects of CBD?

CBD is known to interact with the endoncannabinoid system of the human body. It helps regulate steppe, appetite and pain. Thorough research has yet to be carried out concerning the long-term effects of CBD, it’s be proven it’s well tolerated by most people.

In spite of lacking clinical tests, lab tests are promising so far. Among he benefits of Cannabidiol, are reduced anxiety, improved sleep. It could also help relieve chronic pain symptoms and inflammation. Many users report overall improved well-being.

If you’re thinking about using CBD, ask your doctor for advice first.

What are the side effects of CBD?

CBD is generally well tolerated by most people. In some rare cases, Cannabidiol (CBD) can have mild side effects, such as sleepiness, dry mouth or diarrhea. If you experience any side effects, or follow a medical treatment, immediately visit your doctors and follow the advice of health professionals.

Can I get addicted to CBD?

No, CBD use doesn’t make you dependent. There are no reports of people becoming addicted to cannabidiol or showing symptoms of weaning if they stop using it. We nevertheless recommend using small doses, and gradually increasing to get to your optimal level of CBD consumption. Be aware CBD is an active substance, so you are responsible of your own consumption.

How can I use CBD?

With the growing number of Cannabidiol products available in Switzerland, consumers now have a huge choice in terms of product type, cannabinoid concentration (CBD, THC, CBG or CBN), dosage or price. This can even become daunting for both new and experienced users. How can you possibly decide which Swiss CBD product is best suited to your needs and lifestyle?

Your consumption type can also considerably affect the Cannabidiol quantity absorbed by your body (it’s the case for all substances, a phenomenon called bioavailability) and therefore on the potential impact. You can easily get lost with all the options available and how to chose the product best suited to your needs and lifestyle. To satisfy your personal CBD needs, you can choose between the following categories:

  • CBD flowers, which are typically consumed through combustion, mixed with tobacco or not depending on location and culture. These are also called CBD buds, weed, cannabis, hemp flowers, legal CBD, CBD hemp, etc. These are basically synonyms and there are no real difference between these names.
  • E-liquids, e-cigarettes and other vaping products, like the ones that exist for nicotine liquids and tobacco smokers.
  • CBD oils, also sometimes called CBD drops or tinctures are mostly found in 10ml dropper bottles. They also exist in the form of CBD capsules or spray. Market placement and sell of CBD oil for use as a food supplement is forbidden is Switzerland.
  • CBD hemp Cosmetic products are to be applied directly onto the skin or your body (in some region, they call them CBD topicals). The range of hemp cosmetics available is undoubtedly growing and the current range includes CBD creams or lotions, soaps, bath bombs, shampoos, essential or massage oils and much more.
  • Although CBD-infused edibles are technically illegal in Switzerland and throughout Europe. In Switzerland, you can (unfortunately) only find hemp-based food products (such as tea, hemp seeds, hempseed oil) and therefore no CBD flowers. In Europe, and overseas, the range of "edibles" includes CBD gummies, cookies, various drinks and even cured meats.
  • Finally, there are CBD concentrates, which you will find in different shapes and forms: the most common are cannabis resins (hashish or hash) and CBD pollens, currently in a grey legal zone in Switzerland until 2022. Another great potent buy are Moonrocks and Ice Rocks: CBD hemp coated with kief/trichomes, oils and in the case of Ice Rocks, CBD crystals as well. Finally, the list would not be complete without CBD wax or crumbles, which are mostly used for dabbing or as a potency-enhancer for other CBD products.

What quantities of CBD can I consume?

There are unfortunately no clinical studies allowing us to draw a clear line between CBD cannabis dosage and specific effects. It generally depends on any individuals weight and metabolism.

We usually recommend starting with small doses of CBD products and to gradually increase to find your optimal daily dose that provides the optimal feeling. If you have any question, our team will be happy to assist.

In our article on CBD usage and dosage we additionally discuss other points to consider when using Swiss CBD, such as bioavailability and the different ways to use or intake your Cannabidiol products.

Is CBD legal in Switzerland?

Cannabis with a THC content of less than 1% has been legal in Switzerland since 2011. It is subsequently not regulated by the Federal Law on Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances (LStup).

Surprisingly, although cannabis with a THC content of less than 1% is legal in Switzerland, not all CBD-based products can be legally sold onto the Swiss market. Indeed, CBD does not have its own legal framework. Instead, it is governed by other rules and regulations and the intended purpose and nature of the final product define which law to follow for that specific product. This is why, for example, food products (whose purpose is to be ingested) with a high CBD content are not allowed. On the upside, you are not taking any legal risk as the end-user when consuming a product from a CBD shop (whether online or offline). On the other hand, for producers and players active in the hemp sectors, it’s a different story. Despite the checklist"Products containing Cannabidiol (CBD) - Overview"set up by Swissmedic, the Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH) and the Federal Office for Food Safety and Veterinary Affairs (FOVV), running a CBD shop with the aim to be compliant with regulation is a real legal headache on a daily basis.

How much does CBD cost?

There is CBD for all purses and for all tastes. Depending on your use, its form, your treatment and your need for relaxation, you will find the top brands of Swiss CBD from CHF 1 per gram for the flowers, and from CHF 30 for the bottle of oil. Obviously, the higher the CBD concentration, the higher the price. Anyway, we select only the best CBD brands at the best prices in our CBD shop. We also have an online selection with current promotions for all cheap CBD lovers.

Where to find and buy CBD in Switzerland?

Nothing could be easier than buying CBD in Switzerland. Depending on the product categories you are looking for in different places. You will find it in specialized stores (called CBD shops), pharmacies and even kiosks (or tobacco shops).

Nevertheless, buying CBD online is still for us the best solution. Choice is greater, products are stored at the optimal temperature and dampness. You can place your order for the next month comfortably from your couch! For more information on where to find your local CBD:

  • “CBD Basel”
  • “CBD Bern”
  • “CBD Geneva”
  • “CBD Lugano”
  • “CBD Zurich”

Where to buy CBD online?

On Greenfellas of course! We offer the best customer experience on the market, the best CBD products with no pesticides or additives, for a unique taste for the specialist you are (or will become).

Why buy your Swiss CBD online with Greenfellas?

We offer you the largest selection of cannabis brands and products from the best suppliers on the market. The products sold, from CBD flowers to CBD oil, cosmetics, teas, seeds and other accessories.

We are independent and select the brands and products on our platform with great care. What matters to us is the traceability, quality and effectiveness of our product range. We guarantee they conform to the highest quality standards, namely 100% swiss CBD quality ! We help you make the right choice when you buy. Whether it is through the innovative features of our platform or our responsive and competent customer service. We offer free shipping and next day delivery anywhere in Switzerland for orders of a minimum CHF 49. We want to offer you the best online shopping experience to our customers. A clear and attractive design and user interface, an efficient website and new and secure payment methods (e.g. Twint and not on invoice).

Do I need a prescription to buy my CBD from Greenfellas?

No, you do not need a prescription to buy CBD products because they are not medication. You can buy them freely and legally. However, we always recommend consulting a doctor or pharmacist before starting to use CBD products.