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My company "Agrow Suisse" is more than a job. That's why it's important to me that every new project suits me and my values. Because that's the only way I can get the best results.

I started this 28 years ago and have gotten better and better over the years.
In 2021 I took the plunge into 100% self-employment.
With strong partners and competent companies at my side who support me in the implementation, I learn something new every day. I love and live this work and the uncomplicated, direct contact with the customer if necessary.
For a great product. From the power of nature!

- Chris, Agrow Suisse owner -


What are cannabinoids?

CBD: cannabidiol Is not psychoactive, it even moderates the subjective effects of THC. Some Studies have shown that CBD is effective against nausea, restlessness and anxiety. It is also neuroprotective, reduces blood pressure and also relieves pain. According to studies by different researchers, CBD could help with the following diseases, among others:

Addiction and withdrawal, anxiety disorders and post-traumatic stress disorder, arthritis and osteoarthritis , autism, depression , epilepsy , skin disorders (e.g. acne), cancer , multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, decreased appetite, schizophrenia, sleep disorders , pain (related to inflammation) .


Similar to THC-A, CBD-A is the acidic precursor to CBD . Like CBD, CBD-A is not psychoactive. CBD-A is found in live and raw cannabis. Like THC-A, CBD-A is an inactive chemical compound . CBD-A converts to CBD through heat and light (decarboxylation).

CBG: Cannabigerol Initial findings indicate that CBG promotes restful sleep and should also help against stress. In addition, CBG also has antioxidant properties and can help to improve the complexion.

CBC (cannabichromene): CBC has the same origins as THC and CBD , all derived from cannabigerolic acid (CBG-A). Cannabis plants produce CBG-A, the precursor to THC-A, CBA-A and CBC-A (cannabichromenic acid).

CBC is not intoxicating. Again, the reason is the same as with THC-A and CBD-A. Because the molecule does not fit our CB-1 receptors.

THCV: Tetrahydrocannabivarin Some research shows that THCV has shown positive effects in some cases in the treatment of diabetes.
Initial results also indicate that THCV can help reduce insulin resistance and regulate blood sugar levels.

THC-A: So the precursor to THC is THC-A , a fairly large, three-dimensional molecule. Unlike THC, THC-A is not psychoactive. Put simply , THC-A will not get you high because it is simply too big for our CB-1 receptor. In order to make it fit, the THC-A molecule must first be reduced in size by heating .

CBN: Cannabinol Is a mildly psychoactive cannabinoid.
CBN is a fission product , the arises when THC, exposed to light and heat. CBN causes drowsiness and can also cause spasms


THC: Is the most well-known cannabinoid. It can affect mood and consciousness, and is responsible for the much-cited euphoria. Studies have also shown that THC has great potential in treating some diseases.

It is used in Germany, among other things, to accompany chemotherapy, multiple sclerosis, chronic pain, inflammation, Tourette's syndrome and ADHD.

What are cannabis terpenes?

There are over 100 different terpenes, each with their own scent, aroma, flavor, and medicinal effects. These are responsible for the unique flavors of your favorite cannabis strains. Terpenes are also found in other plants and can be found in tree and flower petals.
Terpene compounds are also produced by bacteria, algae and fungi. Natural terpenes are responsible for the unique scents that can induce a feeling of relaxation, such as when breathing in the fresh morning air from a forest.

What are the main terpenes in cannabis?

Myrcene: Has an earthy, slightly musky scent. It is found in thyme, mango, hops and lemongrass. Vaporizes at 167°CLimonene: Has a fresh and intense citrus aroma. Limonene is found in citrus fruits and their peel, peppermint, rosemary, lemon balm and juniper. Vaporizes at 176°CLinalool: Brings a floral note to cannabis, found in lavender and used by herbalists to treat anxiety, depression, insomnia, pain, inflammation and neurodegenerative diseases. Some people put lavender flowers in their bedroom as they feel it promotes sleep. Vaporizes at 198°C Geraniol: Geraniol is a terpene with a sweet rose scent. Like many other terpenes, it is used extensively in perfumes. Geraniol is primarily used to promote relaxation. Vaporizes at 230°Bisabolol: Has a sweet floral aroma. Bisabolol is the main component of the oil made from chamomile. It has skin healing and soothing properties. This terpene is believed to possess anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. Vaporizes at 153°C Terpinenes: There are 4 terpinenes (alpha, beta, gamma and delta versions) All are colorless liquids with an aroma of turpentine oil.
Vaporizes at 177°CCamphene: Is a pungent smelling terpene commonly found as a minor ingredient in many common oils such as cypress oil, camphor oil, citronella oil. It smells of pine needles and damp earth. Helpful against bacterial and fungal infections.
Vaporizes at 159°CGuaiol: Is a terpene found in cypress, guaiac wood, and cannabis. it probably has an anxiolytic effect.
Vaporizes at 92°COcimene: have a sweet scent with a wood and herbal aroma. It is found in peppers, orchids, mangoes, basil and parsley. It is believed to be effective as an antiviral agent against fungi and as an antiseptic.
Evaporates at 100°C