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Delta 8 Product Bundles

Can’t decide which product should you get your hands on? Start experimenting by taking a bundle and find out what our best products can offer. These bundles contain gummies, distillate carts, tinctures, and vape carts. 

What Are Bundles?

Bundles host a collection of cannabinoid products belonging to different categories. Each bundle allows you to try and experience the effects that various cannabinoid products offer. You can’t get bored with bundles because they’ll enable you to keep trying new consumption methods. Our bundles allow you to experiment with the following cannabinoids.

  • Delta 8

The Delta 8 cannabinoid is a naturally occurring cannabinoid that is found in small traces in hemp plants. It was first discovered in 1965 by an Israeli chemist named Raphael Mechoulam who was also referred to as the “ Father Of Chemistry”. This cannabinoid can create psychoactive and intoxicating effects which aren’t as strong as the psychoactive effects produced by its twin, which is the Delta 9 cannabinoid. 

The reason for the effects having low potency is that the Delta 8 cannabinoid has a low binding affinity for the CB1 receptors of the endocannabinoid system, whereas the Delta 9 cannabinoid has a higher binding affinity for the CB1 receptors. 

  • HHC

HHC, also referred to as Hexahydrocannabinol, is a cannabinoid that is mainly found in the seeds and pollen of hemp plants in small traces. It was discovered by an American chemist named Roger Adams, who was trying to experiment by merging hydrogen atoms with the Delta 9 cannabinoid. Although this cannabinoid occurs naturally in hemp, its in very small traces that are difficult to extract. 

Hence why it is obtained through another method known as hydrogenation. The process involves removing the double bond of the Delta 9 cannabinoid and replacing them with two hydrogen atoms which will help convert the cannabinoid into HHC. HHC is also referred to as the hydrogenated version of Delta 9, and it can create psychoactive effects which are stronger than Delta 8 but not as strong as the effects of Delta 9.

  • THC – O

Unlike most cannabinoids that occur naturally in hemp plants, the THC-O cannabinoid doesn’t naturally occur in hemp plants. THC-O, also known as THC-O acetate, was discovered in 1944, and studied by the US military. This cannabinoid can create very strong effects which aren’t only psychoactive but also hallucinogenic. These effects are also five times stronger than Delta 8 and three times stronger than Delta 9. 

Since this cannabinoid doesn’t occur naturally in hemp, it’s obtained through another method. This method involves extracting CBD from hemp and removing the THC cannabinoid from it. After that, acetic anhydride (a highly flammable liquid) is added to this cannabinoid, which will help convert it into THC-O.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Delta 8 tinctures carry a pleasant flavor, so you can use them orally or even infuse them into edibles. They won’t have an earthy or bitter taste like hemp plants do because manufacturers synthesize them in such a way. Instead, most tinctures have a sweet, floral, fruity, and even spicy flavor that is pleasant and gentle on your taste buds.

Consuming HHC may make you test positive for THC. The reason is that the chemical compound is a form of THC and can metabolize in your body to form THC metabolites. On top of that drug tests are able to pick up traces of THC in our bodies. This is why you should wait until the cannabinoid leaves your system completely before deciding to take a drug test.

Delta 8 distillate carts derived from the Sativa strain may help you to overcome laziness by giving you a Sativa high. A Sativa high provides a stimulating psychoactive buzz which may boost your motivation and improve your focus to get things done.

HHC distillates have a shelf life of 12 months after their manufacturing date. Once the distillate crosses its expiry date, the cannabinoid breaks down gradually and loses potency. Therefore, you shouldn’t use expired distillates as they don’t offer any beneficial effects of the cannabinoid HHC. Usually, when HHC distillates are opened, they last for about 6 months before they start to degrade. That’s why it’s important that you consume them within those 6 months.

The smell of Delta 8 vape carts depends on the types of terpenes they contain and the cannabis strain they belong to. Due to some terpenes, vape carts may give a herby and earthy aroma, making them smell familiar to weed. However, there are many other Delta 8 vape carts that don’t necessarily have a strong smell.

THC-O distillates serve as multi-purpose products and you can use them on the skin. To use the product, take a drop of distillate and mix it with a topical cream or lotion. Apply the lotion to the affected area of your skin to experience the potential benefits of THC-O and also enjoy the effects that are produced by this cannabinoid product.

There are many ways that you can heat up your HHC distillate inside the distillate dripper or syringe. One of those ways includes heating your HHC distillate by using a blow dryer and holding it to one end of the distillate dripper that contains the liquid. Another way to heat it is by placing the HHC distillate dripper inside a bowl of warm water for a minute or two.

The THC-O cannabinoid is considered federally legal in 41 states, thanks to the 2018 Farm bill which states that all hemp-derived cannabinoids and their products are legal as long as they don’t contain more than 0.3% of THC in them.

Delta 8 gummies have a shelf life of about 2 years. However, their shelf life can decrease depending on how you store them. If you manage to store them properly in the right place at the right temperature then your gummies’ shelf life can be preserved.

There are so many different types of Delta 8 distillates that can create strong and gentle flavors that are sweet, spicy, fruity, and more. These flavors are created with the help of terpenes that are present or added inside most of these Delta 8 distillates. There are two types of terpenes that are present inside these distillates, they are BDT (Botanical Derived Terpenes) and CDT ( Cannabis Derived Terpenes).

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