Delta 8 is a newly isolated hemp compound that’s rapidly growing in popularity because of its similarities to conventional THC (Delta 9)…the main compound in cannabis that gets one high. Delta 8 is a THC compound that has been found in smaller concentrations in hemp plants. Delta 8 is isolated and created by subjecting hemp plants to an extensive distillation process, utilizing variations in temperature and pressure. Multiple refining processes are utilized to create our Delta 8 distillate, which is featured in all our Delta 8 products.
THC’s technical name is Delta 9 tetrahydrocannabinol or Delta 9 THC for short and is found in most cannabis products. Delta 8’s technical name is Delta 8 tetrahydrocannabinol, or Delta 8 THC. While both derive from the same botanical source and share similar chemical and molecular structures, their effects differ slightly due to THC’s greater potency. Many consumers of Delta 8 report far less anxiety, paranoia, and confusion by comparison to its Delta 9 counterpart.
Delta 8 will not get you as high as THC, but many consumers report similar effects. Being that everyone is different, all users may experience different effects.
Delta 8 can be consumed or used in many different forms including but not limited to vapes, cartridges, tinctures, drinks, pre rolls and edibles such as gummies, chocolates and more!
Yes! For the most part. We recommend checking with your local and state laws to assure that you are in full legal compliance with your purchase.
We recommend starting with CBD oils because it is easy to dose. After initially using it and your body becoming adjusted, you can increase the dosage as needed.
Most human CBD consumption studies use doses ranging between 20 and 1,500 mg daily. The amount one should take, depends on a range of factors including body weight and tolerance.
Yes! When considering products for your pets, ask your Veterinarian about the right dosages of CBD, whether in treats, capsules or tinctures. We do not advise your pet consuming CBD
No, CBD is well tolerated by most people and will not lead to a fatal overdose when used alone. Please consult with your doctor prior to use.
To date, there is no evidence of use of CBD being addictive.
The most common workplace drug screen is a urine test, unless specifically tested for, it does not come out on a drug test.
Yes! You can add CBD to your favorite drinks including but not limited to tea, coffee, smoothies, and even cocktails.
The FDA advises strongly against any form of consumption of CBD, THC or Marijuana during pregnancy and breast feeding.
Between one to two years. Expired CBD products will not make you sick but will become less effective due to loss of potency over time. A few tips and suggestions to keep in mind for the storage and preservation of your products to maximize shelf life include keeping them clean without exposing them to extreme heat-preferably room to cool temperature.
HEMP Cigarettes have been gaining popularity around America. Instead of tobacco you have hemp inside containing high amounts of CBD.
CBD products get their “Marijuana” scent from terpenes found in Hemp. Both Hemp and Marijuana are members of the same genus Cannabis and have similar aromas.
The hemp oil on amazon comes from hemp seeds but not from any other part of the plant that contains cannabinoids. Hemp seed oil is NOT the same as the oil extracted from the hemp plant and doesn’t contain any CBD.
Each strain has its own effects on the body and mind. Studies and users report that Indica strains provide a sense of deep relaxation and consumers often use this strain at nighttime. Many users report that Sativa strains usually provide an energizing experience and they are known for their “head high” that can increase focus and energy.
Terpenes are responsible for the aroma of an herb. They are produced in the same glands that make CBD and marijuana. They are the natural essential oils found in a huge range of herbs and plants.