Hong Kong’s first CBD cafe opens its doors despite cannabis being illegal in city


A new cafe offering cannabidiol (CBD)-infused food and drink products has opened in Hong Kong, despite cannabis being illegal in the city.

But while cannabis, the plant from which cannabidiol originates, is seen as unlawful, CBD is not. It is THC, the plant’s other main component, which both the Hong Kong government and officials around the world take issue with.

The new eatery, Found, which offers a range of coffees, biscuits, beer and fruit juices that contain only CBD, has said it is not breaking any local laws by selling its produce.

CBD products, such as oils, have been popular for over 20 years, especially for the treatment of pain relief and stress management. It is .en.

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