Popular Italian-inspired restaurant, Col’Cacchio, together with africanpure, one of Africa’s leading CBD brands, has launched the first ever Cannabis pizza range in SA.
Used to treat many common ailments, Cannabidiol (better known as CBD) is growing in popularity in South Africa.
The CBD oil, used on the pizza, contains no THC synthetic chemicals, making it absolutely safe to enjoy, Col’Cacchio says.
So no, you won’t get gerook no matter how much pizza you munch, but it could cure that nagging headache or rug pyn that has been bothering you.
Another “benefit”, depending on your preference of course, is that you can’t taste any boom.
Col’Chacchio co-founder Kinga Baranowsk explains the thought process behind the dagga collaboration: “Well, I’ve always pushed the boundaries and followed different trends, and as a brand we have to have a bit of fun and africanpure goes with our values of delivering a great product and africanpure which we can trace back, so why not collaborate with them and offer the CBD oil on our pizza.”
A TV crew and a host of media personalities packed the pizzeria on the Foreshore to get their first taste of the dagga pizza.
After vrieting hulle dik, some were still hoping to feel something, but all they got was a vol pens.
ANA Executive Producer, Lance Witten, could not contain his excitement about the new range: “I don’t know what I am supposed to feel other than satisfied, and Col’Chacchio has always been a favourite of mine.
“I love that the CBD oil is available to everyone because I would love to get hold of some to try on my toddler who is on the autism spectrum.”
The two gourmet dagga-inspired pizzas are called the Green Goddess and the Not-So-Plain MaryJane, which will cost you R125 and R140.
Customers will also be able to add CBD oil to any other dish on the Col’Cacchio menu at an additional cost of R25.