growing is still illegal. unless you are growing cbd strains with less then 1%thc, those have been allowed for a while now, it's actually booming, everyone is getting in on the cbd weed thing, to the point where real weed is getting a bit scarcer again lol.
so if you are smoking the weed you still can get a fine, but if you are just carrying it and its not over 10g its ignored by the cops.
we have 1 guy to thank for this policy change, he was fined for a 0.5g weed and a 0.1g hash. he took it all the way to the highest court where he got it dismissed. after that the cops in the German speaking area basically decided the new 10g rule. before this, they could decide and the language was vague, it was like a small amount is ok, opinions differ on what is a small amount so you were never sure how the particular cop saw it. now we have a clear rule. for going out and stuff 10g is fine, no need for more. just feel sorry for those in the Tescin, lol. typical federal system each state can make their own decisions on this.
i just hope this isn't the end of the road towards full legalisation here. but it's a good start for sure.
It's nice to be able to smell marijuana in the air in Switzerland even if doesn't have THC. I hope that it's a first step towards something grander.
gaiusmarius, do you know who cracked the less that 1%THC threshold and bred a plant that was considered legal by Swiss standards? Were the Swiss the first to do this? I'm vey curious about the history of breeding and how we got where we are.
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actually i think the low thc stuff was mostly bred in the US and maybe in Spain. there are a few seed banks that went in this direction, by now there seem to be hundreds to chose from. but as i thought, the whole cbd weed crase is slowing down again a bit. many wanted to try it, but most are not sticking with it recreationally.