When it comes to choosing a university, prospective students usually have a list of criteria including facilities, opportunities, clubs, educational standards and nightlife.
Being able to purchase a cannabis oil coffee in the library coffee shop is probably not high up on the list due to it sounding more like a dream than reality.
But now cannabis oil coffee is a reality for students at one University in the US.
Students attending Eastern Washington University are now able to relax with a legal cannabis oil coffee whilst in the University library!
Thomas Hamer coffee in the EWU’s library is allowing students to purchase CBD oil as a CBD powder additive which can be stirred into their favourite drink.
The sachets of cannabis extract contain between 5 and 10 mg of cannabis oil and can be purchased for the very reasonable price of $2 50.
CBD oil (cannabidiol oil) is a non-psychoactive version of cannabis oil that is low in THC, so it won’t cause the students to get “high” or “stoned”.
And its claimed to have many benefits according to multiple researchers who have been studying cannabidiol. Add the stimulation provided by coffee to CBD and it makes for a very powerful drink! Although it’s worth noting that it’s advisable to not over-do your coffee intake, the fitness experts at Your House Fitness recommend drinking 2 cups of water for every one cup of coffee.
The universities police department has reached out to the Drug Enforcement Agency for advice on whether the university coffee shop is breaking the law.
Kelsey Boyce, an accounts executive for Thomas Hammer Coffee advised that CBD Oil Is legal in Washington State although federal cannabis laws are creating a very difficult situation for local law enforcement officers.
“Everyone that we’ve talked to so far hasn’t given a definitive answer which would allow us to make an informed decision on our stance,” Deputy Chief Jay Day of the EWU Police Department said.
Due to the confusion surrounding the legality of cannabis oil, the future of being able to enjoy a relaxing cannabis coffee in the University library is very uncertain.