Lukas Eichhammer, founder of CBD[manufaktur] in Munich, sells CBD products made from natural raw materials. CBD[manufaktur] also works as sustainably as possible when it comes to shipping. All packaging can be recycled and are reusable. CBD products can be bought online in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria. Production takes place under controlled conditions and products come from German fields.
Lukas Eichhammer would certainly not have thought that opening a CBD store in Munich would apply to his own life.
He is the boss behind CBD[manufaktur], a CBD store that distributes regionally produced products through an online shop and several stores throughout Germany, Switzerland, and Austria.
A hospital visit leads Eichhammer to a CBD store in Munich
Eichhammer is the kind of man whose life has been completely changed by a drastic experience. It was a Sunday like any other including a walk with the dog as usual. His dog, Chico, is playful and accidentally brings his owner down, falling heavily.
The diagnosis in the hospital is a fracture of two thoracic vertebrae, which fortunately could be cured without permanent damage. But in the coming weeks, despite painkillers, the pain was unbearable for Eichhammer, who had difficulty getting out of bed.
A friend recommended CBD drops to him. Eichhammer had never thought about the medical use of cannabidiol before, and considering the daily pain, any remedy would do.
After a short time, he felt the pain-relieving effect of CBD. His pain subsided and after one week, he could completely do without other painkillers.
Eichhammer was thrilled. Why didn’t more people already know about this miracle cure? This is where the idea of opening a CBD store in Munich started.
The process of creating a CBD store in Munich
In 2018, Eichhammer founded CBD[manufaktur], his CBD store in Munich which exclusively sells products made from natural raw materials. There are no artificial flavors, preservatives or pesticides.
Production takes place under controlled conditions in Germany. The honey from Schliersee and the hemp flowers for the tea comes from German fields to be sold in Eichhammer’s CBD store in Munich.
CBD[manufaktur] also works as sustainably as possible when it comes to shipping. All packaging can be recycled and are reusable.
Eichhammer wants to run a completely stainable and fair business
Is it the consumer’s fault if he buys products that have not been produced sustainably, socially justly or fairly or is the responsibility much more with the producers?
For Eichhammer there is a clear answer:
“Companies bear the responsibility to have their products produced morally and ethically correct, as well as to create transparency for the customer,” said Eichhammer. “After all, what good do products bring if I can’t really comprehend where the ingredients actually come from?”
CBD[manufaktur] wants to set a good example by always checking for sustainability and quality while ensuring fair working conditions. The Munich-based company is not only convincing in terms of sustainability, but also in terms of design. The products are minimalist and hip. Everything is packed by hand.
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