A legal cannabis oil with a host of celebrity fans is relieving multiple sclerosis (MS) sufferers of their agonising pain.
Founded by billionaire Coca-Cola heir Alki David, who is better known for partying with the likes of Charlie Sheen, SwissX contains cannabidiol (CBD), which is the same compound found in cannabis.
Yet, unlike marijuana, the organic oil blend does not contain the ingredient that is responsible for hallucinations and psychotic episodes in some weed users.
TV personality and honorary Kardashian Scott Disick is also a fan, telling MailOnline: 'I really like SwissX. It's a good organic health product that helps me to properly relax.'
Rapper Snoop Dogg posted a video on his Instagram account just a few days ago singing SwissX's praises.
And fashion designer Donatella Versace is also a fan, reportedly buying four SwissX chocolates in July.
US blogger and MS sufferer Nik Richie also told MailOnline: 'Knowing that in seven years I'd be in a wheelchair for the rest of my life was traumatic. The oil has changed all of that, I feel like I actively live without the disease now.'
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TV personality Scott Disick says SwissX is a good health product that helps him to relax
Posting on his Instagram account, Snoop Dogg urged his followers to get SwissX chocolates
SwissX contains cannabidiol, which is the same compound found in cannabis
Available online, SwissX contains cannabidiol (CBD), which is one of around 110 active compounds in cannabis.
Unlike marijuana, SwissX does not contain plant byproducts and therefore has no tetrahydrocannabinol, which gives the drug its hallucinogenic effect, according to the oil's website.
The oil is produced in the Swiss alps due to the growth of organic CBD-rich plants.
Alki said: 'Every day I get to see [how] different types of people have their lives changed by this oil, the whole experience has given me joy.
'Cancer sufferers, people in constant pain, the elderly battling with arthritis, people who are trying to cope with severe PTSD who have given their lives for our country, so many good people seem to benefit.
'The anti-inflammatory properties excite me the most, we are just starting to understand the full relationship between inflammation and cancer, plus many other