Delta 8 Tinctures


What is Delta 8 THC?

Delta 8 THC is just one of many cannabinoids found in every type of hemp plant and is growing in popularity because of its unusual properties.  Consumers rave about Delta 8 THC because of its relaxing effect, sharp stimulation on the senses and its high without any anxiety.  


What is the difference in Delta 8-THC and Delta 9-THC?

The main difference between Delta 8-THC and Delta 9-THC is federal and state legality. Delta 8-THC is federally legal only in 38 states, while Delta 9-THC is federally legal in all 50 states as long as it follows the guidelines of the 2018 farm bill. Both Delta 8-THC and Delta 9-THC produce euphoric “high” effects on users and carry a wide variety of medical and recreational benefits. 

Is Delta 8 THC legal?

The 2018 farm bill does not classify hemp as a controlled substance, making delta 8 THC federally legal. Delta 8 THC is derived from hemp or CBD extracted from hemp. Some states have taken it upon themselves to ban the substance, including Utah, Rhode Island, Montana, Mississippi, Iowa, Idaho, Delaware, Colorado, Arkansas, Arizona, Nevada, New York,  and Alaska

Although Delta 8 THC is federally legal, the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) considers it to be synthetically produced, making the substance fall in a "gray area" regarding legality. Does your state allow the sale and use of delta 8 THC? To learn more, follow the link below. 

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Will Delta-8 get me "high?"

Delta 8 THC is a psychoactive cannabinoid and will make you feel high. Many explain it as a body buzz rather than a heady high. Also, Delta 8 THC is praised for not causing anxiety like its cousin Delta 9 THC. 

What is the difference between CBD and THC?

What is the difference between CBD and THC?

The difference in CBD (Cannabidiol) and THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) is that CBD doesn’t carry the psychoactive effects that THC does. CBD can be used for numerous health reasons but will never give the consumer the “high” or euphoric feeling. THC carries most, if not all benefits of CBD, but also introduces the “high” euphoric feeling which can be hugely beneficial for many users.

What does “Hemp-Derived THC” mean?

Will Delta 8 show up on a drug test? 

Will Delta 8 show up on a drug test?

Delta 8 may show up on a drug test. If you recieve random drug tests for work, it's not recommended to use Delta 8 in any form. Delta 8 THC metabolites may trigger many drug tests looking for Delta 9 THC metabolites. READ MORE

Does Delta 8 THC help with pain?

Does Delta 8 THC help with Pain?

Delta-8 is a pain-relieving, anti-nausea, the anti-anxiety cannabinoid that also protects your nervous system and stimulates appetite. An article in the National Library Of Medicine says that 50% of Delta 8 THC users take it to treat many health and medical conditions, primarily anxiety or panic attacks (69%), stress (52%), depression or bipolar disorder (46%), and chronic pain (41%).


How long has Delta 8 been around?

How Long has Delta 8 been around?

In 1974, researchers used a trio of cannabinoids on mice, which included Delta-9 THC, Delta-8 THC, and CBD. The test, which was conducted by the National Cancer Institute, discovered the effects THC has by using the cannabinoids in mice.


How long does a Delta 8 high last?

How long does a Delta 8 high last?

According to WEED MAPS, Much of your reaction to cannabis will depend on your biological makeup. Different types, or strains, of cannabis, can also produce other effects. One cultivar may lead to a sleepy high, while another one leaves you feeling more alert. But don't expect the cannabis plant you smoked to have the same effect on your friend. Just like your buds, every bud is different.

Why are there so many variables? 

Why is there so much variability in how we experience cannabis? Thank the human endocannabinoid system (ECS) for allowing weed to affect us and affect us all differently. The endocannabinoid system is the network of receptors, lipids, and enzymes that help the body maintain internal balance and regulate several bodily functions. Cannabis users feel high when the cannabinoids in the plant they consume (aka intoxicating THC and soothing CBD) interact with their bodies. Cannabinoids produce an effect by binding to the body's cannabinoid receptors, where enzymes then break them down. Our cannabinoid receptors have genetic variations from person to person, which can alter the effects of cannabis, including the duration of intoxication. 

Does Delta 8 make your eyes red?

Scientists have reported insignificant side effects while observing delta-8 THC's benefits on the body. Some known side-effects of delta-8 THC are Red eyes if consumed in large doses. 

The Office for Science and Society says, "the familiar red and glassy-eyed stare of someone high was previously thought to be due to the irritation of eyes by pot smoke. But, now we know that weed makes your eyes red for the same reason it makes you dizzy- vasodilation.".

Does Delta 8 make you hungry?

Does delta 8 make you hungry? Delta 8 THC stimulates your appetite and makes you hungry, even though every user’s experience can vary. As with other cannabinoids, the overall effects, including appetite stimulation, can depend on the type of delta 8 you consume or even how much you take. Many reports from people who have tried the cannabinoid claim that delta-8 THC, just like delta-9 THC makes you even more hungry.  

Researchers have covered in at least a few studies that appetite stimulation is an effect of THC. One study found that mice that were initially given low doses of delta 8 had a 16 percent increase in food intake which increased as the survey went on. The mice ate more food, as well as showed improved cognition traveling in a maze.

Does Delta 8 have THC in it?

According to WebMD, Both Delta-8 and Delta-9 are forms of THC. But when people refer to THC, they usually mean the Delta-9 found in high concentrations in marijuana. Both produce a euphoric, fuzzy feeling, but Delta-8 causes a milder high.


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