The Best Delta 8 THC products
In a rapidly evolving and changing market, it's hard to find reputable brands and quality products. Our lineup of Delta 8 THC products contains carefully tested and formulated offerings, with hemp-derived Delta 8 THC and other beneficial cannabinoids. Just like our CBD-based products, we apply the same strict quality standards to our Delta 8 products, offering the highest quality Delta 8 flower, Delta 8 joints, Delta 8 blunts, and Delta 8 extracts on the market.
Really, What is Delta 8 THC?
Delta 8 THC is another form of THC similar to Delta-9 THC but with more mild effects. Delta 8 THC users report that it provides a mild psycho-activity (lighter high or buzz) and virtually none of the common adverse side effects of standard Delta-9 THC products (no anxiety, paranoia, grogginess, etc.) Users report feeling calm, uplifted, weightless, with enhanced mental clarity and focus when using Delta 8 THC products. Recent research has shown some potential benefits of Delta 8 THC may include; neuroprotective properties, nausea elimination, appetite stimulation, chronic pain reduction, and anxiety reduction. Delta 8 THC derived from hemp is 100% legal under the US Farm Bill.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is delta 8 THC?
Delta-8 tetrahydrocannabinol (delta 8 THC, delta 8, D8) is another form of THC that naturally occurs in cannabis and hemp. It is only slightly structurally different from delta 9 THC, the cannabinoid’s conventional form. The differences that are there, however, somewhat modify the expected effects of THC while also making delta 8 different enough from delta 9 to be considered a separate substance for regulatory purposes.
What does delta 8 do?
Delta 8 provides the types of effects you’d expect from THC — but perhaps in a slightly different way. Users commonly report that delta 8 lacks the “edge” they’re used to with normal THC. For those who commonly experience paranoia or increased heart rate when smoking weed, delta 8 provides the same high as THC but without these common negative effects. This reduced potency might be considered a downside for high-tolerance users, but it’s usually a plus for casual smokers.
Will delta 8 get me high?
Yes, delta 8 will get you high if you use enough of it. Although not as potent as delta 9 THC, delta 8 THC is unmistakably psychoactive and will provide most users with a mild buzz. As a result, prepare for an experience that is more like THC and less like CBD the first time you use delta 8.
What's the difference between delta 8 and delta 9?
Delta 8 and delta 9 are similar compounds that bind to the same receptors in the brain’s endocannabinoid system. The main difference between the two forms of THC is the strength of their psychoactivity. Compared to delta 9, delta 8 usually provides users with a lighter buzz — almost always without the common adverse side effects of THC like anxiety, paranoia, and grogginess.
Is delta 8 THC legal?
Due to the 2018 Farm Bill and subsequent clarifications from the FDA, DEA, and other federal agencies, the only cannabinoid currently specified as “marijuana” under federal law is delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol. As a result, all other forms of THC are — by default — considered “industrial hemp,” the same largely unrestricted regulatory category that also encompasses the CBD industry. Despite efforts made by certain state and local jurisdictions to curb the sale or use of delta 8, the cannabinoid has not been the target of any federal law enforcement efforts. Overall, the US federal government appears to be taking a lax stance toward cannabis, making the likelihood of future crackdowns on delta 8 very low.
What is the best way to use delta 8?
If you want to feel the effects of delta 8 as quickly as possible, you should try smoking or vaping, which provide the fastest effects. The effects of inhaling delta 8 are also quite intense, so new users or those seeking a longer-lasting alternative should try capsules, gummies, or tinctures instead. As you determine which types of delta 8 product works best for you, don’t be afraid to experiment with different ingestion methods.
How long does delta 8 THC stay in your system?
Delta 8 THC can remain detectable in your system anywhere from 1-30 days after use. Some of the factors that might impact the length of time delta 8 remains detectable in urinalysis and other forms of drug testing include: - How much you consume - Your body metabolism - Your age - Your weight - How frequently you work out/sweat Generally, the more regularly you use delta 8, the longer it will stay in your system. Some common drugs and medicines may also slow down the breakdown of delta 8 in your system. If you are trying to remove delta 8 from your body as quickly as possible, fasting and cutting your sugar intake coupled with increased sweating and exercise can help since cannabinoids are stored in the body's fat cells.
Should I use delta 8 vape carts, flower, or edibles?
You should use whichever type of delta 8 product you like the best. Flower and vapes will provide the quickest and most potent effects. Ingesting delta 8 orally, on the other hand, provides longer-lasting effects that are not usually quite as potent. Keep in mind that your body can also use more of the terpenes in cannabis flower or extract when inhaled. Experiment with various delta 8 products to figure out what works best for you.
How many mg of delta 8 should I take?
For an average user, even as little as 10mg of delta 8 is enough to provide noticeable effects. You can ingest around 10mg of delta 8 by taking around 1-2 hits of flower, 1 hit of a vape cartridge, or 1 serving of edibles. Even users that have developed reasonable tolerances will experience strong, intoxicating effects at a delta 8 dose of 25mg or more. At a dose of 50mg delta 8 or more, any user will experience extremely strong effects. There doesn’t appear to be much need for caution when experimenting with delta 8. While using too much D8 might make you extremely high, there appears to be practically zero potential of delta 8 overdose.
How much THC do delta 8 products contain?
By law, delta 8 products sold online must contain less than 0.3% delta 9 THC. Since delta 8 is another form of THC, though, it could be said that delta 8 products contain as much THC as the amount of delta 8, delta 9, and other forms of THC present in the product combined. The differences between THC types also don’t matter much to drug testing equipment, so keeping delta 9 levels to a minimum when using delta 8 isn’t usually an important priority.
Is delta 8 natural or synthetic?
Delta 8 is a natural cannabinoid found in Cannabis sativa. Since delta 8 is only available in cannabis in very small concentrations at the moment, though, it usually must be converted from another cannabinoid. Technically, this means that the vast majority of delta 8 on the market is synthesized, but what actually goes into the production of delta 8? The carboxylic acid precursor chemical to CBD, CBDA, is simply converted into the precursor of delta 8 using natural enzymes. No man-made substances are involved in the process.
Does delta 8 have side effects?
Delta 8 does not commonly have any serious side effects. The worst that a user is likely to experience after taking delta 8 is dry mouth, red eyes, or mental confusion. Even the paranoia that serves as a hallmark of the conventional THC experience appears to be markedly absent from delta 8’s range of effects. Some individuals may suffer from a rare condition called cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome, which can cause severe nausea and vomiting after using cannabinoids. This condition is extremely uncommon, though, and applies to normal THC just as much as it does to delta 8.
What happens if I take too much delta 8?
Taking too much delta 8 may make you feel sick or fall asleep. What delta 8 won’t do, however, is poison your system to the extent that you need to visit an emergency room. As an inherently gentle chemical, delta 8 has very little ability to harm — even when used in very large quantities.