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Hemp factory 

“Have a clue about botanic” 


The name says it all: We produce hemp products. Our experienced teams’ top priority is to only sell high-quality products. To insure this, we constantly implement the latest findings from scientific research in our production. All our products are completely manufactured by us.
Only because of this we can guarantee that they are free of pesticides, heavy metals and moulds. 


Our promise: Quality and legality! 


Hemp products

“Hemp- the newest trend product” 


Hemp is one of the oldest crops on earth and belonged to the most important fibre plants in Europe for a very long time. From the different parts of the plant, such as fibres, seeds, leaves or flowers various valuable products can be made such as fabrics, ropes, paper, many oils, food, cosmetic products, smoking products etc. The millennial-old crop is known for its many different areas of application. For a long time, hemp was frowned upon as an intoxicant, but the plant scores with numerous positive effects on health. The cannabis plant contains over 480 ingredients which are used in medicine. Because of this it is now increasingly being used as a pharmaceutical and for conventional use. Among other thing the cannabidiol (CBD) extracted from the plant has many positive influences on health. 


The active ingredients 

“Cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids” 


Cannabis plants receive different composite effective profiles depending on the strain and type (Indica, Sativa and Ruderalis), an important component are the cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids. The cannabinoids are responsible for the positive effect of the plant. Until now there are more than 113 known different cannabinoids. These are chemical compounds that each have a unique influence on our cannabinoid receptors in our bodies. This was proven for the first time in 1987 (by professor Allyn Howelett of Saint Louis University in Missouri (USA)). Among the most important and well-known cannabinoids are Cannabidiol (CBD), Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and Cannabigerol (CBG). 


Cannabidiol can show many positive effects by binding to cannabinoid receptors. (see table) 


Cannabigerol is an often-overlooked cannabinoid. While the plant is growing, CBG is converted by enzymes in the plant to other cannabinoids such as CBD. Therefore, CBG usually comes in small amounts. 


Tetrahydrocannabinol is the psychoactive substance in the cannabis plant and is prohibited in Switzerland since THC falls under the Narcotics Act. The exception is if the THC content is less than 1%, because at such a low THC content, the plant does not have a psychoactive effect. 


Hemp market 

„Hemp grows fast. The market too.” 


Hemp is one of the oldest crops on earth and belonged to the most important. The market volume of the CBD market in Europe is 523 Mio. USD, which is 31% of the worldwide volume. The USA is in first place with a market share of 40%. According to statistics the CBD market will continue to grow strongly around the world. In America, an increase of over 350% is predicted until 2022. Canada belongs to the largest hemp-growing countries in the world. In 2017, 55´900 hectares of land were registered for hemp cultivation. To compare, throughout Europe we are growing almost 35´000 hectares. 

approx. CHF 121.5 billion

Total market value of cannabis 

approx. CHF 58 billion

Medical cannabis 

approx. CHF 63.3 billion

Industrial cannabis 

approx. CHF 189.8 billion

Leisure cannabis 


Hemp production 

“The global demand is increasing”. 


Since CBD hemp was legalized in Switzerland, the production sites increased enormously in 2017. With our experienced management and our automated and modern production site, it is possible for us to achieve fast market penetration and still not cut short on quality. Through our various offerings of CBD end products, we can focus on a broad customer base in the B2B space. 

Important quality features 

Exposure time according to the concrete growth phase 


Fertilization of plants in the blooming phase 


Light spectrum through usage of modern LEDs 




Strict temperature control 

Sorting out 

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