Delta 8 is a minor psychoactive cannabinoid found in the Hemp plant. It is an isomer of Delta 9, the compound known as THC.
Delta 8 has become increasingly popular due to its similarities to THC, which is a compound that gets you high, causing euphoria, happiness, relaxation, symptom relief, and more. However, the effects of Delta 8 will be much less potent. Please be mindful when trying Delta 8 for the first time, and use the same caution you would with THC products.
Delta-8 vs. CBD
Delta 8 has many similarities to what we refer to as THC or Delta 9, then it does with CBD. The chemical structure of Delta 8 is similar to Delta 9, and the same as it gets you high and has intoxicating effects. However, Delta 8 tends to exhibit a lower psychotropic potency than Delta 9 (THC). Delta 8 binds to the body’s endocannabinoid system similar to Delta 9. CBD is non-intoxicating, non-psychoactive and can offer medicinal benefits for the consumer.
If you like the effects of THC, but with reduced potency, Delta 8 may be a great choice for you. Delta 8 may cause very similar effects to Delta 9 (THC), but they will be much less potent. If you seek relief from certain symptoms and don’t want to feel "high," you may want to try one of our CBD vapes instead.
Is Delta 8 legal in your state?
Yes, Delta 8 THC is legal according to federal law and many state laws and is in compliance with the 2018 Farm Bill. Delta 8 extract is 100% derived from legal hemp and does not contain more than 0.3% ∆9THC. Some states have recently moved to ban the intoxicating hemp compound. As of 2021, these include Alaska, Arkansas, Delaware, Arizona, Idaho, Iowa, Montana, Mississippi, and Nebraska. It is up to you to determine the legality in your specific state.
Will Delta 8 show up on a drug test?
Delta 8 THC metabolites may trigger many drug tests looking for Delta 9 THC metabolites. As a precaution, you should NOT take this product if you need to pass a drug test.