All Natural Terpenes blended with our HEMP derived Delta-8 and inserted into an ergonomically safe Ceramic tip Cartridge!
Our Delta-8 products are derived from the hemp plant and CBD, which is a cannabinoid found in the hemp plant. The National Cancer Institute defines Delta 8 as “an analogue of tetrahydrocannabinol with… appetite-stimulating, analgesic, and neuroprotective properties”.
Welcome the new High on the block. Introducing Delta-8 otherwise known as D8. D8 offers a clear High which does not trigger Anxiety or confusion
, making users feel less altered and more in tune with themselves than when they use traditional delta-9-THC found in marijuana. The upside of D8 is that it heightens the senses and improves perceptibility,
D8 has been known to help with many of the same ailments as traditional thc including:
Delta 8 may be intoxicating to some people. do not drive or operate machinery while using this product. consult a doctor before using this product. may affect blood pressure, heart rate, and/or intraocular pressure in some people. if you have any known or unknown heart, blood pressure, eye, eye pressure, or similar/related issues, do not use this product unless recommended by a doctor. delta 8 metabolites may trigger many drug tests looking for delta 9 . As a precaution do not take this product if you need to pass a drug test.
NOVELTY USE ONLY
What is Delta 8 THC?
Delta 8 THC is one of over 100 cannabinoids found in both the Marijuana plant as well as in the hemp plant. Each cannabinoid has its own healing properties & affects the body differently.
Delta-8 THC is an isomer or analogue of the well known delta-9 THC. (The main cannabinoid found in marijuana that gets you high.) This means that, on a molecular level, delta-8 THC is very similar to delta-9 THC. Delta-8 naturally occurs in very small amounts in cannabis. It has strong anti-nausea, anti-anxiety, pain relief and neuroprotective effects. Delta-8 THC is less psychoactive than delta-9 THC. This means that you will get many of the benefits with D8 that you would get with D9 THC without getting as “high” as you would get with D9 (normal) THC.
Delta 8 THC can be found in both the Marijuana & Hemp Plant. However, it must come from the Hemp plant in order to be federally legal and fall under the 2018 Farm Bill. This is a very important distinction to understand. The same molecule can be legal or illegal depending upon where it came from. If it is extracted from the Marijuana plant it falls under the Marijuan rules and regulations. It must be extracted or made from the Hemp plant in order to be federally legal.
What Are the Effects of Delta 8 THC?
Delta 8 is less psychoactive than “regular” THC D9 in adults. Some resources claim that Delta* may have neuroprotective and anti-anxiety properties. Keep medicated without anxious side effects!
Users have reported that after medicating with Delta 8 Distillate they experience no side effects of insecurity or paranoia.
As mentioned above, delta-8 THC is less psychoactive than Delta-9 THC, but with many of its own benefits. From my own experience, I would say D8 THC is only about 70% as strong as D9 as far as the psychoactive effect goes. This means that delta-8 THC will create less of a “high” than normal delta-9 THC. This can be a desirable effect for many people seeking the benefits of THC without becoming “too high.”
Delta-8 could be the most effective cannabinoid for nausea according to Dr. Raphael Mechoulams 1995 study of delta-8 THC on pediatric cancer patients in Israel. Delta-8 THC was given to eight children ranging from 3 to 13 years of age who were going through chemotherapy for various forms of cancer. Delta-8 treatments were administered before each dose of chemotherapy and continued every six hours for 24 hours. The results of this study were extremely promising – with delta-8 THC treatments, all vomiting was prevented and side effects were insignificant. (Abrohomov 1995) In addition to its powerful anti-emetic capabilities, the National Cancer Institute cites delta-8 as having strong anti-anxiety and appetite stimulating effects… all with lower cognitive effects typically seen with THC. (NCI Drug Dictionary 2019)