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Delta 8 THC | Is it Legal in My State?

Is Delta 8 THC Legal? Yes, Delta 8 THC is federally legal under the 2018 Farm Bill. Legal Disclaimer Federal Legality of Hemp and Hemp Derived Products Such as delta-8 THC Containing Less than 0.3% delta-9 THC on a Dry Weight Basis What is Δ8-THC? D8 a strong cannabinoid made via the cannabis sativa L (hemp) plant and has a semi mind-distorting, euphoric feeling of calm body sensations, and clear-headedness.  Where can Delta 8 THC be shipped? Wondering if Delta 8 THC is legal in your state?  Click on your state below to see the relevant laws. Is Delta 8 THC Legal in Alabama? YES Delta 8 THC is legal according to Alabama state law. Like federal law, Alabama specifically legalized all derivatives, cannabinoids,...

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Ways to Consume Delta 8 THC

Options for Consuming Delta 8 THC  Cannabis contains cannabinoids that interact with our endocannabinoid system. This means cannabinoids talk to our bodies to create chain reactions – a.k.a the effects we feel.   The Delta 8 THC cannabinoid is quickly catching traction as a popular go-to and users often note experiencing a “clear headed high” and relaxation with none of the bad effects usually found in Delta 9 THC like dry eyes, cloudy thinking, paranoia, etc.  So how can you get your daily dose?  Gummies  One of the most popular ways people enjoy consuming Delta 8 THC? Gummies. Why? The reality is they just taste great. Simple. We offer a huge range of all vegan options – apple, mango, birthday cake, tropical...

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What is Delta 8 THC?

What is Delta 8 THC? The Relationship Between Cannabis and Cannabinoids  Cannabis contains cannabinoids that react to our endocannabinoid system (our body’s system made up of cannabinoid receptors and neurotransmitters). This system responds to chemical chains found in cannabis sativa. But there’s more to it. There are a few different terms to familiarize yourself with. You might have heard of cannabinoids like cannabidiol (“CBD”), cannabigerol (“CBG”) and Tetrahydrocannabinol (“THC”).  Of course, the most commonly talked about cannabinoid is THC, otherwise known as delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol. It is commonly found in cannabis plants and is known for the psychotropic effects associated with cannabis. What isn’t as commonly talked about is, Delta-9 has a cousin compound: Delta-8-THC. Although Delta-8-THC is comparable to Delta-9-THC, there...

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