Delta-8 for Beginners.

As delta-8 begins to gain popularity throughout the country, so many questions are being asked about Delta-8 and unfortunately, most of the questions tend to go unanswered. We decided to do a survey of the most asked questions on delta-8 THC and answer the following here with complete transparency. Let’s start with the most popular question and work our way down to the most niche questions. 

Can Delta-8 get you high?

Yes, Delta-8 can get you high. This question is pretty simple and straightforward. However, Delta-8 is less potent than its cannabinoid brother Delta-9. With such limited research available on how high you can get from Delta-8, most of our knowledge comes from users’ first-hand experience. With the knowledge we currently have available, we can safely say paranoia tends to be a non-factor in the world of Delta-8. Delta-8 users describe Delta-8 as a “cleaner high”, although it isn’t nearly as potent, it’s smooth and carries many benefits with stress and anxiety levels.

How is Delta-8 made?

The best way to explain how Delta-8 is made is simply using chemistry to convert CBD into Delta-8. Remember, Delta-8 is hemp-derived, containing no more than 0.3% Delta-9 THC on a legal level. It’s important to keep in mind it’s still absolutely possible to fail a drug test when using Delta-8. Even though chemistry is a factor in producing Delta-8, it’s still natural and is nothing like spice, if you’ve never heard of spice, read this article to learn more about this dangerous fake marijuana. Delta-8 and Delta-9 are simply cannabinoids (hemp-derived) and safe. 

Which Delta-8 is the best?

If you’re in the market for the best Delta-8, there are a few questions we recommend asking before purchasing.

1.)How was the product made? 

2.) Is the product third-party lab tested?

3.) How much is the recommended dosage?

Gaining clarity on these questions will be of great benefit to you as you’ll learn more about the brand you’re purchasing from and if they abide by federal standards. Brands such as Rolled Green, Benefits Hemp, and Cannibeast provide COA’s on our products. What is a COA? A COA is a third-party lab test of Cannabinoids. Legally, every brand is required to present a COA per product being sold. You can find this directly on the supplier’s websites.

Which Delta-8 is best for energy?

Like any Cannabinoid, this will all depend on which strains you’re purchasing. Different types of Cannabinoids include Sativa’s, Indica’s, and hybrids. With that being said, for energy, you’re going to want to lean towards Sativa’s and Sativa’s dominant hybrids. Rolled Green offers options for Sativa and hybrid-based D8 cartridges. We recommend them as a go-to option for lab-tested, quality cartridges.

How is Delta-8 legal?

Delta-8 is legal on a state-by-state basis. Luckily, there are only a few states that ban the sale of Delta-8 and unfortunately, no D8 brand is willing to ship there so you won’t be able to try this awesome product.

Any edible Delta-8?

Yes! edible Delta-8 certainly does exist! Most options include edible gummies, but we’re proud to announce our newest form of Delta-8 hi shots. Each 2oz (60mL) bottle includes 100mg of Delta-8. Currently, we have 12 flavors available with 4 new flavors in the works. Some flavors are caffeine and/or sugar-free. Purchase today and receive 15% off as a new customer.

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