Frequently Asked Questions

Delta-8-tetrahydrocannabinol (Delta-8) is becoming more and more popular as a household name for cannabis, such as CBD and THC (Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol). This psychoactive cannabinoid is 100% derived from hemp and falls under the 2018 Farm Bill, which classifies the cannabinoid from the same legal perspective as hemp CBD. When consumed or inhaled, users typically experience effects such as mild euphoria, happiness, and uplifting feelings. It is an isomer of the commonly known Delta-9 THC (found in traditional cannabis plants) and, like CBD, is not approved by the FDA.

Delta 8 is less potent than Delta 9 (around ≈50-66% potent in vivo, according to most scientific studies on the subject). However, Delta 8 is widely known to cause minor negative side effects like paranoia and anxiety. It is often said to provide a “milder, cleaner high” than its Delta-9 derivative.

It is important to wait at least 2 hours when consuming edibles such as sour rings, bands, and chocolates to assess their full effect. Keep in mind that eating foods on an empty stomach will speed up your metabolism and increase your intensity. For vapors like our disposable preparations and cartridges, wait at least 20 minutes for full effect.

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