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CBD FAQs

Cannabidiol is a natural component of the hemp plant. CBD has recently grown in popularity owing to its supportive nature for ailments like nervousness and anxiety. It may also help elevate your mood, according to some consumers.

Widely acknowledged as a support system for multiple conditions, CBD may help you naturally boost your mood by reducing stress levels.

Yes! CBD is now legal to buy in the United States, thanks to the 2018 Farm Bill. We can ship CBD across state lines because of its federally legal status. As a result, you may enjoy your favorite brands from anywhere in the world! New regulations may restrict manufacturing and sales in the future, but for now, CBD products with 0.3% THC and less are federally legal.

One of the most notable features of CBD is that it does not intoxicate users. You may use CBD without it interfering with your daily routine!

Dry eyes, drowsiness, and headaches are examples of CBD’s less-than-desirable side effects. Seek medical attention if more severe adverse effects develop.

It depends on how you take it! You can expect oral ingestion (edibles like gummies) to work within 40 minutes to two hours. Inhalation, like flower and vapes, can work in as soon as 90 seconds. An oil tincture can take effect in as soon as five minutes if you drop the tincture beneath your tongue.

The duration of effects also depends on how you take Delta 8 THC. If you eat an edible like a gummy, the effects will last the longest — typically between 4-8 hours. If you inhale the compound, the effects may linger for about one to four hours. The effects of sublingual application (oil under the tongue) can last for three to five hours.

THC FAQs

Delta-8 THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) is one of the hundreds of naturally occurring cannabinoids in the hemp plant. It’s similar to the classic Delta-9 THC, or as we usually call it, THC. However, Delta-8’s effects are not as overwhelming as regular THC, which makes it a more favorable option for consumers with low tolerance levels or those seeking a mellow experience. It may help you take the edge off by uplifting your mood.

Delta 8 THC binds to receptors in your endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS is a signaling network that helps your body maintain its internal balance. Delta 8 specifically binds to CB1 and CB2 receptors, which is why it can produce such potent effects.

Delta-8 may induce a sense of euphoria, but it won’t impair you the way regular THC does for some consumers. Federally-approved hemp products contain 0.3% or less THC, so there shouldn’t be enough Delta-8 in any product to induce severe intoxication.

Delta-8 THC may cause mild side effects, such as dry mouth, red eyes, increased appetite, grogginess, or nervousness. These are usually common in new consumers. However, we recommend seeking medical attention if the side effects feel overpowering. 

Nope! Lethal overdoses on Delta 8 THC, or any cannabinoid for that matter, are not possible. This is because cannabinoids do not influence vital functions like breathing.

It depends on how you take it! You can expect oral ingestion (edibles like gummies) to work within 40 minutes to two hours. Inhalation, like flower and vapes, can work in as soon as 90 seconds. An oil tincture can take effect in as soon as five minutes if you drop the tincture beneath your tongue.

The duration of effects also depends on how you take Delta 8 THC. If you eat an edible like a gummy, the effects will last the longest — typically between 4-8 hours. If you inhale the compound, the effects may linger for about one to four hours. The effects of sublingual application (oil under the tongue) can last for three to five hours.

Delta-9 FAQs

Delta-9 THC is a cannabinoid found in the hemp plant. Delta-9, alongside CBD, may help you relax and enhance your mood. You may also enjoy a good night’s sound sleep. You can consume Delta-9 through our oils and gummies.

Delta-9 THC may be a tool for managing stress and might help you feel lighter or happier when naturally used with CBD.

Yes, Delta 9 THC is legal in amounts up to 0.3%. As per the 2018 Farm Bill, hemp products must contain less than 0.3% Delta 9 THC to be sold and purchased legally. Products that fall within this range are considered lawfully legitimate!

Delta 9 THC works by interacting with the body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS is a sophisticated cell signaling system that controls several vital functions and actions in the body. Delta 9 binds to CB1 and CB2 receptors to produce its effects.

Some Delta 9 THC side effects may occur in new consumers. Dry mouth, hunger, nervousness, and red eyes are all possible negative side effects. Contact your doctor if you experience any side effects.

HHC FAQs

Simply put, HHC is a hydrogenated form of THC. Known as hexahydrocannabinol, HHC can be found naturally occurring in hemp plants. It has recently increased in popularity because consumers believe HHC may produce a relaxing, light feeling when taken the right way.

HHC, unlike regular THC, will not cloud your mind or steal your peaceful night’s sleep. Instead, consumers believe HHC may have a mood-boosting effect that might energize and soothe you.

As per the 2018 Farm Bill rules, HHC sales can be legal only if the product contains less than 0.3% THC. Hemp products in this range are considered legal and can be shipped nationwide. However, rules and regulations are subject to change in the future.

HHC may induce a feeling of euphoria, but it should not produce the “high” effect that certain substances are known to cause. One may describe the feeling as “light and floating”, but you don’t have to worry about the unwanted side effects of a “high”. 

Even though HHC has no severe side effects, new consumers may feel an increase in appetite, red eyes, dry mouth, dizziness, or exhaustion. We recommend seeking medical attention if the side effects feel overpowering to you.