THE FIRST CBD-CAFÉ OPENS ITS DOORS IN HONG KONG AND WELCOMES CUSTOMERS AND TOURISTS ATTRACTED BY THE SHOP’S FULL MENU
In the Autonomous Region of China, Hong Kong, very strict rules apply to the possession, use and sale of marijuana.
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It may bring us back to our European laws, but the reality is that Hong Kong has much stricter penalties than we do, to encourage people to avoid soft drugs.
The growing interest in CBD and its apparent positive effects on users has also made its presence felt in Hong Kong. In 2020, the first CBD Cannabis Shop was opened, where you can find a wide variety of products such as CBD oil, butter, herbal teas, etc.
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Hong Kong: What are the rules of cannabis?
Cannabis in Hong Kong is illegal in many ways and is subject to prosecution by those who own, transport, sell or operate the land.
Under the laws still in force, marijuana is considered a dangerous drug, usually called “hard”, like heroin or methamphetamines.
Unfortunately, it falls under the same assessment, like cannabis, because of the presence of THC, also releases psychotropic effects on users.
Of course, it is inconceivable to compare the harm caused by the use of other substances with the ingestion of tetrahydrocannabinol and cannabidiol.
The Hong Kong government aims to implement a conservative and restrictive policy concerning cannabis, given that the country became, not too long ago, the essential point of drug trafficking between China and the rest of the world.
The turning point for Hong Kong: the first CBD café is open!
This year, even in Hong Kong, the population has shown increasing interest in CBD, the active substance in cannabis, which does not alter the emotional state of consumers, and the products made from it.
In response to the ever-increasing demand, the first shop devoted exclusively to CBD was opened this year in Sheung Wan, so that customers (but also tourists) can consume what they prefer directly over coffee.
It is interesting to see how CBD consumption in Hong Kong has risen sharply, thanks to yoga groups and psychophysical relaxation.
The problem of psychic well-being is correlated with the benefits of taking CBD. It is why Hong Kong has decided to make its use and sale completely legal.
Experts believe that the market is destined for further growth in Asia, and the opening of the CBD shop is also an experience to see how the entire population welcomes coffee, but also to look to the future.
Why has Hong Kong opened up to the use of CBD?
After discussing at length how Hong Kong has managed to put an end to the restrictive marijuana laws and to make the sale and consumption of legal hemp legal, it is good to understand why the CBD is also attracting interest in this region.
In short, cannabidiol is an active ingredient derived from cannabis plants that are not addictive and has no psychotropic effects on consumers, as already mentioned.
Numerous studies have found that CBD acts on our endocannabinoid system and causes it to produce relaxing and soothing effects in the consumer.
CBD is also used much more widely: it is a recognised anti-inflammatory and antioxidant. Besides, it is also used in beauty care and as an analgesic. At this stage, one can assume that the Hong Kong government has been thinking about opening up to allow its citizens, who are notoriously stressed, to benefit from some relief.