Yo, what’s good fam? It’s your boy, Dan, and I’m here to talk about something that’s been making waves in the cannabis world: Delta 8 THC. This stuff is in high demand, and everyone wants to try it for themselves. But before you jump on the bandwagon, there are a few things you need to know about where to cop it and whether it’s even legal.
First things first, let’s talk about the legality of Delta 8 THC. You might think that since regular THC is federally illegal, Delta 8 would be too, but it’s not that simple. See, Delta 8 is slightly different from Delta 9 (regular THC), and it occupies a gray area in the law. Some companies are able to sell Delta 8 products by extracting it from hemp plants, which are legal under the 2018 Farm Bill. However, some states have already banned Delta 8, and even in states where it’s legal, there’s always the threat of raids by the DEA.
So, where can you legally buy Delta 8 THC? Well, as I mentioned earlier, it’s currently legal in most states (besides the ones that have explicitly banned it), but that could change at any time. When you’re shopping for Delta 8 products, make sure you do your research and find a reputable brand that offers quality products you can trust. Look for brands that use high-quality, hemp-derived Delta 8-THC and provide lab reports to verify quality. And of course, read reviews from satisfied customers to get a sense of how well the product works.
Now that we’ve covered the legal stuff, let’s talk about the different types of Delta 8 products available. If you’re familiar with CBD products, you’ll have a good idea of what to expect from the Delta 8 industry. There are a variety of products available, including vapes, edibles, tinctures, and more.
Vaping is one of the most popular ways to consume Delta 8. You can find cartridges that combine varying quantities of Delta 8 and CBD or go for an isolate cartridge if you want pure Delta 8. There are tons of flavors available, and many brands focus on cannabis profiles and terpenes to create a more authentic experience.
If smoking is more your style, you can purchase Delta 8 in the form of hemp flower. These raw hemp buds are sprayed with a Delta 8 extract and can be smoked or cooked with just like marijuana flower. There are lots of strains available with varying quantities of Delta 8 so you can find one that suits your needs.
Dabbing is another option for consuming Delta 8. You can find isolates like powder, shatter, wax, and crumble that are similar to CBD isolates. The highest-quality options contain over 90% THC while mid-strength options have over 50% D8.
For those who love edibles, there are plenty of options available as well. You can find gummies, cookies, brownies, and more infused with Delta 8 THC. These pre-measured doses take the guesswork out of dosing and provide a tasty way to consume cannabinoids.
Finally, sublingual use is another option for taking Delta 8. You can find tinctures that involve dropping an infused oil beneath your tongue for quick uptake into your endocannabinoid system.
Overall, Delta 8 THC is an exciting product that offers effects somewhere between CBD and regular THC. It provides a mild high without inducing severe side effects like paranoia or anxiety. However, it’s important to remember that its legality is still somewhat up in the air and could change at any time. If you’re interested in trying out some Delta 8 products for yourself, make sure you do your research and find a reputable brand offering high-quality products you can trust.