Our Delta 8 Hash is full-spectrum, with multiple major and minor cannabinoids. Enjoy as is or flavored. CBG, AKA the mother of all cannabinoids is thought to be effective for pain relief caused by inflammation. Customers love this stuff. Remember back to your High School days or experience hash for the first time.
Consume with usual methods (Hot knife, Under Glass, Mixed with Smoking material) and can also be used in cooking.
Since the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill, hemp and its derivative, like Delta-8, have become legal on a federal level. Thanks to scientific advancements, Delta 8 THC can be extracted from hemp in the form of CBD, so it’s considered federally legal as long as it contains 0.3% of delta 9 THC or less. However, some states have sine specifically outlawed Delta 8. Make sure you check with your own local laws to see what rules apply to you.
Where does Delta-8 Come From?
Both delta 8 and marijuana (delta 9 THC) are a form of THC molecule that is found in the Cannabis Sativa. plant, in both hemp and marijuana. While Delta 9 is naturally occurring in large amounts, Delta 8 is only found in trace amounts in most cannabis plants as it’s a result of THC’s degradation. Delta 8 and Delta 9 have a very similar molecular structure, however, their double bond analog occurs in a different place. They both activate a person’s CB1 and CB2 receptors, which helps the endocannabinoid system keep things like mood, memory, sleep, pain, and appetite in check. Delta 8 has a lower affinity to the CB1 receptor than Delta 9, creating less of a psychoactive experience.
How does Delta 8 make you feel?
The short answer is no. Delta 9 is stronger. However, Delta 8 does have a few things over Delta 8. The CB1 receptors are responsible for triggering anxiety and paranoia that some people feel when using Delta 9. Delta 8 THC, it doesn’t stimulate the CB1 receptors as much. Therefore, the risk of anxiety and paranoia is considerably lower. Some people do say they feel a “bit high” when taking Delta 8, but to a much lesser degree than with Delta 9. With that being said, you should never drive or operate heavy machinery while under the influence of any kind of THC.
Delta 8 users describe the feeling as:
- Increased body awareness
- Body Buzz
- Increased Focus
Health Benefits of Delta 8
According to research, the use of 8 THC is accompanied by a few health benefits. According to The National Cancer Institute, delta 8 has “antiemetic, anxiolytic, appetite-stimulating, analgesic, and neuroprotective properties.” You can use delta 8 THC to reduce pain, nausea, and vomiting, protect nerve cells, and produce a healthy appetite (munchies).
Are there side effects of Delta 8?
Too much of anything can be a bad thing and the same thing can be said for Delta 8 (or any THC). Taking too much Delta 8 may cause dry mouth, dizziness, muscle impairment, reduced motor control, vomiting, sleep, and change in sensory perception. Just as in any plant, some people are also allergic to hemp and some users have reported an allergic reaction. In most cases, the best thing to do if you have had too much Delta 8 is to sleep it off. Taking CBD is also known to counteract the effects of Delta 8. However, you should get medical attention if side effects go above a bad hangover type feel.
How much Delta 8 should I take?
Delta 8 has much more of a kick to it compared to Delta 8. If you have never taken any kind of THC before, we suggest a starting dose of 10-25mg. Wait at least 45 minutes before redosing. Delta 8 can last anywhere from 2-12 hours depending on the person and how much was administered.