We know that alternative products can leave a lot of folks with a lot of questions, and that’s why we put together this list of FAQs. The list is far from complete, however, and we welcome your submissions! Fill out the form below with your requested question and we’ll do our best to get you an answer. Thanks!
Delta 8 THC is a cannabinoid found in small traces, from the Hemp plant. Delta 8 is slightly less potent than Delta 9 THC, but it’s effects are similar. It is not recommended to drive a vehicle or operate heavy machinery while using Delta 8.
Delta 8 THC is federally legal under the 2018 Farm Hemp Bill, as long as it’s derived from Hemp and contains less than 0.3% Delta 9 THC. Unfortunately, some states still choose to prohibit the sale and distribution. Make sure to check with your state’s restrictions.
Yes, that is possible. Unfortunately, drug tests only measure the existence of THC, even in small traces.You should not consume Delta 8 if you need to pass a drug screening.
That depends on a few factors, like your body type/size, the amount you ingest, and how well nourished you are. It will also change depending on whether you consume Delta 8 as an edible, tincture, or vape. Most importantly, each person’s endocannabinoid system is different, so even in a controlled environment, our bodies will process things differently.
If you find your vape cartridge or disposable is not allowing proper airflow, you may need to manually unclog the device using a paperclip or needle to create room for airflow. If your battery has a preheat setting, it’s recommended to warm the unit before using it. Lastly, make sure to keep the device upright when not in use or the liquid may settle unevenly which can cause further airflow problems.
You can find it on the shipping details screen during checkout. It’s usually located at the top of the screen on mobile devices and on the right side of the screen on larger resolution screens.