Some readers will no doubt be familiar with canna butter, a highly potent (and safe) way to consume the active ingredients in cannabis, but only a seldom few will have mastered the art of canna mayo.
Now a chain of Dutch chip shops, Manneken Pis, will begin serving cannabis mayonnaise on their fries – but it will not contain any of the good stuff.
Unfortunately for consumers, the mayonnaise does not contain THC or CBD and as a result they will not receive any of the numerous health benefits that the chemicals are known for.
“It’s just about the taste,” the chip shop chain’s owner Albert van Beek said.
“We specialise in sauces and we constantly want to diversify.
“I had the idea because I smell the cannabis coming from the coffee shop opposite my chip shop in Amsterdam every day.”
Cannabis has been used as a medicine for at least 4000 years and it’s many benefits have been found to increase alertness, act as an anti-psychotic and has the potential to reduce schizophrenia.
It has also been shown to help patients with Multiple Sclerosis, Glaucoma and Alzheimer’s.