In fields across Switzerland the harvest time for cannabis is coming to an end, and workers are distributing the crop to shops in France and Switzerland.

Soon, the plants could be available across much of Europe.

The man behind the operation is 31-year-old Jonas Duclos, a former banker, and what he is doing is legal.

His business, CBD420, sells BlueDream, a strain of hemp cultivated to ensure the level of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the main psychoactive ingredient in cannabis, is low enough (0.2%) to be lawful in most European countries. 

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Sarah Marsh ~ TheGuardian.com via 420Intel.com

 

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