Your latest cannabis business info from Europe

Your latest cannabis business info from Europe


Edible cannabis in Europe

Europe and edible cannabis

In Europe, edible cannabis is becoming an increasingly popular way to consume marijuana, offering a discreet and tasty alternative to smoking or vaping. However, using edible marijuana requires a different approach than traditional methods of consumption. In this article, we’ll explore what you need to know about using edible marijuana, from how it works to dosage and potential side effects.

How does edible cannabis work? 

Cannabis works by delivering cannabinoids such as THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol) to the body through the digestive system. When you consume an edible product, the liver metabolises the cannabinoids. Then it converts THC into a more potent form that can cross the blood-brain barrier. This leads to a more intense and lasting high than smoking or vaping. Dosing edible marijuana can be tricky because the effects can be unpredictable and vary from person to person. The effects of edible marijuana may take longer than other methods. This time depends on a variety of factors, including your metabolism, potency of the edible substance, and what somebody recently ate.

Europe’s market for edible cannabis

The European market for edible cannabis products is still in its early stages but is growing rapidly. This is due to the fact that more and more countries are legalising cannabis for medical or recreational use. In 2019, the European cannabis market was valued at €240 million, with edibles representing a small but growing segment of the market. However, the market should grow significantly in the coming years. Some estimates project a value of €3.2 billion by 2025. One of the main drivers of this growth is the growing demand for alternative methods of cannabis consumption. Smoking and vaping are still the most common methods of consumption. However, many people are turning to edibles as a more discreet and convenient way to consume marijuana. In addition, the medical marijuana market is also driving demand for edibles. Patients look for new ways to consume marijuana to relieve pain and other conditions. As more countries in Europe move towards legalisation, the market for edible cannabis products is likely to continue to grow, with new companies entering the market and established companies expanding their product lines.

As more countries in Europe legalise marijuana for medical or recreational use, the market for cannabis products, including edibles, is growing. Currently, there are several such production companies in Europe. Some of them are:

Canna Kitchen

Canna Kitchen is a restaurant specialising in creating dishes infused with cannabis and CBD (cannabidiol). They operate in Brighton, England, since 2018. Canna Kitchen’s menu contains a variety of dishes, ranging from burgers and pizzas to salads and desserts. They prepare dishes with locally-sourced, organic ingredients and infused with different cannabis strains and CBD oils.

They also want to educate its customers about the benefits and safe consumption of cannabis. The restaurant hosts regular events and workshops on topics such as cooking with cannabis, cannabis law and policy, and the use of cannabis for medicinal purposes.


Medihemp is a European company, based in Austria. It was founded in 2016 with the aim of providing high-quality, natural CBD products to consumers. Medihemp specialises in producing organic hemp products, including CBD (cannabidiol) oils, capsules, and cosmetics. They use organically grown hemp plants and their products are subject to strict quality control.

In addition to its product offerings, Medihemp also promotes sustainable and ethical practices throughout its supply chain. Medihemp has received several certifications and awards for its products and practices, including the European Organic Certification and the Austrian Bio Garantie seal.

Nordic Oil

Nordic Oil is a European company which was founded in 2018 and is based in Germany, with additional offices in Denmark, Norway, and the United Kingdom. They produce high-quality CBD (cannabidiol) products, including oils, capsules, creams, and e-liquids. In their offering we can also find CBD in gummies. The company uses organic hemp plants to extract its CBD and subjects its products to quality testing.

The company offers a range of resources and articles on its website to help consumers make informed decisions about CBD products.

Swiss Cannabis

This is a Swiss company that produces high-quality cannabis flowers and extracts for medical and recreational use. The company was founded in 2016 and is based in Switzerland.

Swiss Cannabis offers a variety of strains of cannabis flowers, including both high-THC and high-CBD varieties, which are grown using organic and sustainable methods. The company also produces cannabis extracts, including oils and concentrates. Thanks to these they develop a range of products in the food industry, such as tea, pasta and chocolate. They take care of the entire process of production.

These are just a few examples from the many cannabis edible companies in Europe. As the market for cannabis products continues to grow, it is likely that more companies will enter the market, offering consumers a wider range of products.


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