Ayr’s first cannabis product café has been launched.

Tsukure Hub in Ayr will be offering CBD infused products as part of its new wellbeing cafe and aims to quash the stigmas around CBD products.

Customers will be able to have a variety of products infused with the oil, including tea, coffee and cakes.

Pets will also be able to indulge in a number of the products.

Hub co-founder Adam Short said: “I’m so pleased to be able to open the cafe and allow people to come in and learn some things about CBD as well.

“We have so many plans and things that we want to do, but it all costs money. We don’t rely on government grants or funding, we’re all self-funded. Hence, the cafe was the first part of that venture.

“I’ve been researching CBD since 2018 and I set out to debunk the claims that it’s a harmful drug.

“It’s important for us to stress that you won’t get high or anything like that from having anything from our cafe.”

THC, or Tetrahydrocannabinol, is believed to be the main psychoactive compound in cannabis that produces the high sensation.

Adam added: “I’ve got scientific evidence to support the benefits of CBD, which will be shown in the cafe as well.

“None of the products contain THC, which is why you won’t get the high sensation. I hope the cafe does really well, not only for the CBD side of things, but I hope it can then lead to us having success in the future with the other routes we want to go.

“We essentially just want to help as many people as we can.

“We know that not everyone will agree with what we’re doing, but that’s part of the fun because everyone is entitled to their opinion”.

The café will remain open every day of the year, with opening times dependant on traffic.

More information can be found on the Tsukure Hub on their website.