Die besten CBD Blüten und das hochwertigste CBD Hasch der Schweiz

The best CBD flowers and the highest quality CBD hash in Switzerland

The winners of the first three places in the CannaSwissCup 2022/23

were in the categories Indoor, outdoor and hash determined and are listed below. The jury members had until May 14, 2023 to evaluate the different strains at CannaTrade 2023 and to give their ratings in the indoor, outdoor and hash categories. The varieties were completely anonymized throughout the evaluation process. The names of the varieties, the manufacturers and the analysis results were only published after the award ceremony on May 14, 2023.

New this year was the introduction of the CBD hash category. Since August 1, 2022, CBD hash has been legal in Switzerland, which is why this new category has been added to the existing flower categories.

The winners of the CannaSwissCup 2022/23 are as follows:

Best Indoor 2022/23

  1. Place: Caligrapes / Medi Grow GmbH
  2. Place: JSH / Marry Jane AG
  3. Platz: Lemon Muffin / Stecklingsfarm.ch

Best Outdoor 2022/23

  1. Platz: Saparot / Jym's Seeds / Slow Farm SA
  2. Place: Arancia Tonic / Slow Farm SA
  3. Platz: JYM's Strawberry Haze / JYM Seeds GmbH

Best hash 2022/23

  1. Place: The Golden Maroc / biosativa GmbH
  2. Place: Trichoselect-0 / Naturalline GmbH / Lamaweed
  3. Platz: Special Brown / Swiss Premium Pollen

The origins of the CannaSwissCup go back to the 90s. The idea came about during a meeting of the Swiss Hemp Coordination in 1998, and the first CannaSwissCup was organized that same year. Initially, six producers took part with their outdoor varieties, which were judged by a jury based on their appearance and taste.

The event was a great success and was repeated in 2000, this time with eight varieties taking part. The award ceremony took place as part of the Swiss Cannabis Days, a hemp trade fair with exhibitors from home and abroad.

The Swiss Hemp Days led to the founding of the CannaTrade hemp fair in 2001, which took place on the grounds of the BEA Expo in Bern and was also a great success. CannaTrade is now the oldest existing hemp trade fair in the world. The CannaSwissCup continued at peak times with 12 outdoor varieties.

In the early 2000s, the repression against cannabis intensified and the CannaSwissCup association was forced to cease its activities. The CannaSwissCup, which had been very successful up to that point, was forgotten. It was only in 2016 that innovative producers brought the first legal CBD flowers onto the market as a tobacco substitute.

This led to a real boom in CBD flowers in Switzerland, and it became clear that a CannaSwissCup had to be revived. The market for CBD flowers was now significantly larger, and many producers quickly found themselves wanting to take part in the new CannaSwissCup.

So the legendary CannaSwissCup returned, bigger than ever!

The winners of the CannaSwissCup 2021/22 were:

Best Indoor 2021/22

  1. Platz: CR Pineapple Express / CannaResearch GmbH
  2. Platz: Gold Haze / Cannabar
  3. Place: CT / Saintfort Production GmbH

Best Outdoor 2021/22

  1. Place: Limoncello / Slow Farm SA
  2. Platz: Fruity Juice / Grünkraft
  3. Place: Amarelle / Grünhaus AG & Jym Seeds

Best Greenhouse 2021/22

  1. Place: Arancia Tonic / Slow Farm SA
  2. Place: Cookies Kush / Slow Farm SA
  3. Place: CPure / Fedtonic

Further information about the CannaSwissCup can be found at: Link zu CannaSwissCup

Short introduction to the hash history:

The history of hashish goes back deep into the past and is closely linked to the beginnings of cannabis cultivation. Here is a brief history of the origin of hashish:

Hashish, also known as "hash" or "charas", is a concentrated cannabis product obtained by processing the resin glands of the female cannabis plant. The history of hashish goes back centuries and originated in the Middle East and South Asia regions.

The use of cannabis to make hashish is first documented in ancient India. Cannabis was used there as medicine and also in religious rites. Hashish production is believed to have been practiced in India for more than a thousand years. The method of making hashish involved shaking or rubbing mature cannabis plants to release the sticky resin from the plants. This resin was then collected and formed into hashish.

Over time, the use of hashish spread to various parts of the world, including the Middle East. In particular, the use of hashish spread throughout the Islamic world in the 9th century. Hashish played a role in the mystical and spiritual practices of some Sufi orders, where it was used as a means of enlightenment and deepening religious experiences.

While hashish has a long history in many cultures, its spread in the West became more widely known in the 19th century by travelers and explorers. As cannabis and its various forms spread across Western countries, hashish also gained popularity.

Today, hashish is consumed all over the world and is highly sought after by many cannabis users due to its high concentration of cannabinoids, especially THC. Manufacturing methods have evolved over time, but the fundamental idea of ​​collecting and consuming the resin of the cannabis plant remains unchanged and is an important part of cannabis history and culture.