FAQs

What is Delta 8?

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.


What is the difference between Delta 8 and THC (Delta 9)?

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. Delta 8 has been demonstrated to have a gentler impact on the human organisms as it absorbs the cannabinoids, giving users a milder high and suppressing many of the negative effects associated with Delta 9 THC. Many consumers of Delta 8 report far less anxiety, paranoia and confusion by comparison to its Delta 9 counterpart.


Does Delta 8 get you high?

Delta 8 will not get you as high as THC, but many consumers report the same effects as THC such as feeling calm, happiness, relief from aches and pains, and better sleep. 


How can I use D8?

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!

 

Is Delta 8 legal?

Yes! Most states have legislation that aligns with federal law, meaning Delta-8 THC is legal in the following states: 

Alabama, California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.


What are the Pro’s of using Delta 8?

In the human body, Delta 8 binds to the CB1 and CB2 receptors. Because it binds to both receptors simultaneously, users experience a milder cerebral high. When compared to the effects of THC, users describe a more clear-headed, productive, energetic, and upbeat experience. New research on Delta 8 has shown that it’s properties provide multiple benefits including but not limited to, neuroprotective properties that promote a healthier brain, stimulation of appetite, antiemetic effects that negate nausea, analgesic properties that contribute to pain relief and less anxiety.


What are the side effects of Delta 8?

While Delta 9 (THC) demonstrates negative side effects that include addiction, paranoia, anxiety, memory loss, laziness, etc...Delta 8 has demonstrated to have fewer side effects by comparison. This can benefit many consumers who use THC medicinally or just enjoy the effects of THC, but who don’t enjoy the side effects.


What do you recommend I start with for CBD products?

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. 

 

What amount of CBD is right for me?

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.


Are your CBD products pet friendly?

Yes! Studies on CBD effects in dogs demonstrated an 80% improvement in mobility and in decrease of pain. When considering products for your pets, ask your veterinarian about the right dosages of CBD, whether in treats, capsules or tinctures.


Can I overdose on CBD?

No, CBD is well tolerated by most people and will not lead to a fatal overdose when used alone. 


Can I get addicted to CBD?

To date, there is no evidence of use of CBD being addictive. In fact, there are studies demonstrating that CBD is useful in the treatment of drug addiction. 


Can CBD show up on a drug test?

The most common workplace drug screen is a urine test, employers aren’t looking for CBD so it does not come out on a drug test. 


Can you mix CBD products with liquid drinks such as Coffee and Tea?

Yes! You can add CBD to your favorite drinks including but not limited to tea, coffee, smoothies, and even cocktails. 


Can I drive while using CBD products?

Yes, CBD doesn't cause a “high” and if you are using legal CBD oil and know its effects on your body, you are safe and legally allowed to drive. 


Are CBD products safe to use during pregnancy and breast feeding?

The FDA advises strongly against any form of consumption of CBD, THC or Marijuana during pregnancy and breast feeding.


How long is the shelf life of CBD products?

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.


What is inside of HEMP CBD Cigarettes?

HEMP Cigarettes have been gaining popularity around America. Instead of tobacco you have hemp inside containing high amounts of CBD. 


Why does my CBD Hemp Flower smell like Marijuana?

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.


Why is Hemp oil listed on products on Amazon but not in major CBD stores?

The hemp oil on amazon comes from hemp seeds but not from any other part of the plant the contains cannabinoids. Hemp seed oil is NOT the same as the oil extracted from the hemp plant and doesn’t contain any CBD. 


What is the difference between Sativa Strains and Indica Strains?

Each strain has its own effects on the body and mind. Studies report that Indica strains provide a sense of deep relaxation and consumers often use this strain at nighttime. Sativa strains usually provide an energizing experience. Sativa's are known for their “head high” that can increase focus and energy. 


What are Terpenes?

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.