DELTA 8 FAQs
Delta 8 THC is an isomer of Delta 9 THC. It means both compounds have a similar chemical formula, but the different arrangement of atoms sets them apart. Both Delta 8 and Delta 9 THC are psychoactive, but the former is much less potent. People used Delta 8 THC to get relief against nausea, anxiety, appetite loss, and stress.
Delta 8 THC and Delta 9 THC possess psychoactive properties, but Delta 8 is less potent than its counterpart. The high associated with Delta 8 is mild and does not cause any paranoia.
Delta 8 and Delta 9 boast a similar chemical formula, but the location of a double bond differentiates them from each other. As a result, Delta 8 THC leaves far fewer psychoactive effects. The users reported having an uplifting and energetic high from delta-8, while Delta 9 THC causes an intense high sensation that may lead to paranoia.
No. Delta 8 THC is an entirely different cannabinoid from CBD. Derived from the same plant, but compounds exhibit distinctive effects and properties.
The Farm Bill 2018 considers all hemp-derived extracts as legal until they contain less than 0.3% of Delta 9 THC. Therefore, Delta 8 is federally legal, and it is perfectly alright to purchase, carry, and consume it. Despite the federally legal status of D8, a few of the states have different local laws that place restrictions on the purchase and use of Delta8. Therefore, it is your responsibility to make sure if the use of Delta 8 falls in line with local hemp laws.
Several studies have suggested that Delta-8 possesses analgesic properties. With its ability to desensitize the nervous system to pain, it may act to help to increase pain tolerance.
CBD is cannabidiol, a compound found naturally in hemp plants. Unlike THC (the active cannabinoid in marijuana), CBD is not intoxicating which means it will not get you high. CBD interacts with a series of receptors in your body known as the Endocannabinoid System (ECS). The ECS relates to a number of important systems in your body and helps keep your internal rhythms in balance.
Terpenes are aromatic compounds found naturally in fruits, flowers and herbs. It is what makes the smell that we are accustomed to. In hemp plants, terpenes and CBD coexist and have a synergectic relationship. Early research has shown us that a natural profile of terpenes may enhance the body’s ability to process CBD. This phenomenon is known as the “entourage effect”.
The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is a group of receptors in your brain and nervous system. These receptors work with cannabinoids made by your body, and those made by plants such as CBD. The ECS helps keep your body’s internal systems regulated and in balance.
No. CBD is not intoxicating.
Some of our products have a minuscule, trace amounts of THC in them — but well below the legal limit of 0.3%. It is very unlikely that most users will test positive for THC in a drug test (though we can’t rule it out 100% depending on the type of test and the frequency of use). If you’re concerned about THC traces, consider shopping for our “broad-spectrum” items, as these are THC-free. Our “full-spectrum” items have minuscule amounts of THC totaling less than 0.3%. Be sure to check out the product lab reports which will reflect any amount or traces of the THC which may be available in the product.
People use CBD for a variety of reasons. Some use CBD to support their overall wellbeing in many ways. Some people may need help with really specific issues. Each day we talk to customers and we learn how and why people use CBD. Simply do some research online and you will see the many challenges people are getting help with through CBD. It helps themselves, their children, and their beloved furry friends. Seeing how it helps everyone is what makes us do what we do. We rejoice in the feedback and positive ways people are touched by the products we distribute nationwide.
DELTA 9 FAQs
Delta 9, also known as delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), is a naturally occurring compound found in cannabis plants. It is the primary psychoactive component responsible for the "high" associated with marijuana use.
Delta 9 interacts with the endocannabinoid system, primarily binding to CB1 receptors in the brain and central nervous system. This interaction can result in various effects, including altered perception, relaxation, and euphoria.
The legal status of Delta 9 varies by jurisdiction. In some places, it is legal for medical or recreational use, while in others, it remains prohibited. Always check your local laws before using Delta 9 products.
Delta 9 is known for its potential therapeutic benefits, including pain relief, nausea reduction, appetite stimulation, and relaxation. It is often used for medical purposes in states where it is legal.
Delta 9 can be consumed in various ways, including smoking, vaporizing, eating edibles, and using tinctures. Each method has a different onset time and duration of effects.
Delta 9 use may be associated with side effects such as impaired coordination, cognitive effects, anxiety, paranoia, and increased heart rate. Prolonged or heavy use can also lead to addiction and other health risks.
Yes, Delta 9 has been used for medical purposes, particularly in managing symptoms associated with certain medical conditions. However, its use should always be discussed with a healthcare professional.
No, Delta 9 and CBD (cannabidiol) are distinct compounds found in the cannabis plant. While both interact with the endocannabinoid system, they have different effects and mechanisms of action.
Delta 9 may interact with certain medications. It's important to consult a healthcare provider before using Delta 9, especially if you are taking other medications.
Yes, Delta 9 use can lead to a positive drug test for THC. If you are subject to drug testing, it's important to be aware of this possibility.