Pune Hemp Cafeteria: Marijuana is illegal in India as we all know. However, has that stopped a cafe in Pune from providing bhang ka sandwiches or hemp coffee? No. It’s not even against the law. The hemp cafeteria, in the Sadashiv Peth district of Pune, offers customers the best hemp-based food and drink options. At 30, Amruta Shitole, the young owner of hemp coffee, opened Ganja Cafe in Pune. For the past four years, she has been selling cannabis-based food products.
Pune cafe legally serves cannabis edibles:
According to Amrita, Bhang established medical benefits. The therapeutic benefits of hemp have long been known, and the stigma surrounding using marijuana to get high ignores its other essential purposes. Ms. Shitole said News18“Bhang or hemp has amazing health benefits and from my personal experience I have realized the benefits of this herbal medicine,”
“We use cannabis seeds and not leaves. Most of us have misconceptions about hemp. We consider Bhang to be one of the traditional addictives used only to get high. We often call it marijuana, which is a narcotic. Although marijuana and hemp are names for cannabis, their tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content is different from each other,” she added.
Amrita Shitole is also planning to file a petition in Maharashtra to legalize hemp in the state, she said. News18. Compared to other cash crops, the plant uses much less water and improves soil fertility. To be used as a therapeutic or edible product, legal hemp must contain a certain amount of THC, which is 0.3%. Uttarakhand is the only state in India where it is permitted to use it.
What are you waiting for? Head to this cafe and check out these cannabis edibles!