Sweet sour citrus provides for an uplifting yet calm effect with the Delta 8 vape cart. Due to such well-balanced effects, our Sour Tangie D8 THC vape is said to be perfect for people suffering from conditions such as chronic fatigue and mild depression, as well as for those who want to use a Delta 8 THC vape cartridge during the day.
About Delta 8 THC Distillate Syringe
Our D8 THC distillate syringe is 1 ml with a Luer lock syringe. We only offer the highest quality Delta 8 THC that has been tested by a 3rd party, independent lab. We use only Delta 8 in our dab syringes, meaning that the consistency is very thick (almost solid) and sticky. The color of the Delta 8 may vary per batch and ranges from a clear to amber color. If exposed to oxygen it will darken even more.
Directions for Using Delta 8 THC Distillate Syringe
Cleaning Up and Preparing for Delta 8 THC
Our Delta 8 syringe has many uses. Many customers use the syringes for recipes, while others make their own products, such as tinctures. Before getting started, make sure that you have a clean work surface such as a silicone mat. You will also want to wear gloves while working with the Delta 8 oil and have a high percentage of alcohol on hand for cleaning. Delta 8 is extremely sticky. Do your best to not get the Delta 8 distillate on anything not intended; Clean up any D8 spills as soon as you can to avoid sticking and spreading to other locations. Should you get Delta 8 somewhere and find it hard to clean up, you have a few choices. In addition to cleaning the D8 oil with alcohol, you can use a hard metal scraper to scrape the Delta 8 off any flat surface. Another trick is freezing the object. Freezing will cause the Delta 8 THC to harden and you may then have luck breaking the D8 away from the object. If you are still having a hard time, you a hairdryer on the surface until the Delta 8 becomes more liquid and then use the alcohol to wipe it away.
Dispensing Delta 8 Distillate
At room temperature, Delta 8 will be next to impossible to easily get out of the syringe. You will need to heat the Delta 8 to get it out of the syringe. Never heat the syringe with an open flame. This may cause the syringe to break. You can heat water up in a coffee cup for several minutes until it’s boiling hot. Then, put the syringe with the cap on, in the warm bath. Keep in the water until the Delta 8 is liquid. Then you can dispense the D8 as needed. If the plunger is still hard to move, heat the water up and start again.
Another way to heat the syringe is by using a hairdryer. Heat the D8 syringe with the hairdryer until the Delta 8 is warm, then dispense as needed. Be careful not to burn yourself as the syringe may get hot.
What is Delta 8 THC?
Per Harvard Website
“Delta-8-THC is found in trace quantities in cannabis, but can be distilled and synthesized from hemp. It is increasingly being marketed as medical marijuana with less of the high and less of the anxiety that can come with this high. Unlike the other compounds discussed here, Delta-8-THC is an intoxicating cannabinoid, but it has only a fraction of the high that THC causes — and much less of the accompanying anxiety and paranoia. It can alleviate many of the same symptoms that cannabis can, making it a potentially attractive medicine for people who want little to do with the high of cannabis. It is thought to be especially helpful for nausea and appetite stimulation. There is some evidence (albeit from a very small study of 10 children) that suggests delta-8-THC may be an effective option to prevent vomiting during chemotherapy treatments for cancer. While the claims for delta-8 are intriguing, there is a lack of good human studies to substantiate its efficacy or safety, so we need to take the marketing claims with a grain of salt.”