FAQ

Federally legal hemp has .3% or less of Delta 9 THC for it to be legal. Due to the trace amounts of Delta 9 THC, it will not induce euphoria. However, it is enough to trigger a positive result on a drug test.

Hemp is federally legal per the 2018 Farm Bill as long as it has .3% or less of Delta 9 THC. Since legalization the consumption and popularity of hemp has grown astronomically, and it is estimated 1 in 7 adults use a hemp product.

Smokable hemp is the dried flowers from the mature hemp plant. It is packed with an array of cannabinoids that can benefit consumers including CBD, CBG, and CBN. Smokable hemp comes in array of options, such as moon rocks, whole flower, cigars, prerolls, and hemp cigarettes.

Delta 8 THC is a minor cannabinoid with the potential to be used in major ways. Research shows it can reduce pain and inflammation, reduce nausea, stimulate appetite, and so much more.

Though closely related, Delta 8 THC and Delta 9 THC do have some differences, the main one being their psychotropic potency. It is estimated Delta 8 has about half the psychotropic potency than Delta 9, delivering some euphoria to users, but with less anxiety and greater concentration.

You can smoke hemp, and it is good for you! Smoking hemp brings an array of benefits to the consumer including reducing pain and inflammation, reduces anxiety and depression, and provides gastrointestinal support. Smoking hemp also offers a safer alternative to traditional cigarettes that contain nicotine, and is a smoking cessation, helping individuals quit traditional cigarettes.

 

Hemp cigarettes contain no nicotine or tobacco. They are made with dried hemp flower that has been filled into a cigarette style tube with a filter. They are discreet and provide a smoking cessation for those who wish to quit traditional cigarettes.

 

Delta 8 is federally legal per the 2018 Farm Bill as long as it is derived from hemp and has .3% or less of Delta 9 THC. However, some states have banned the sale and use of Delta 8 THC. It is best to always check your local state laws before purchasing a product that contains Delta 8 THC.

 

The amount of time Delta 8 THC stays in the body is dependent on the individual’s metabolism, along with the quantity used. If you need to pass a drug test, it is advised to abstain from using Delta 8 THC.

 

When purchasing Delta 8 THC products it is important to find a trusted manufacturer with third party lab testing, and COAs (Certificate of Analysis) available to review. Online there are an array of companies selling high quality Delta 8 THC products.

 

Delta 8 THC has a lower psychotropic potency when compared to Delta 9 THC, and some even call it “diet-weed” or “weed-lite” because of this. However, it does induce some euphoria to consumers. People have reported a clearer high, with higher concentration and reduced anxiety when using Delta 8 THC. 

 

Hemp is legal per the 2018 Farm Bill as long as it contains 0.3% or less of Delta 9 THC. Though it is federally legal, some states have put restrictions on particular products and cannabinoids derived from hemp. It is always best to check your local laws to ensure you can use the products you desire.

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