Delta 8 Extracts 1g - D8 Wax & Crumble - Delta 8 Distillate COA

$150.00

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1 × Delta 8 Wax - 1 Gram - b2
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1 × Delta 8 Wax - 1 Gram - b1
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Delta 8 Crumble Extract
1 × Delta 8 Crumble 1g - b1
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Delta 8 Crumble Extract
1 × Delta 8 Crumble 1g - b2
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1 × Delta 8 Crumble 1g - b3
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Delta 8 Extracts 1g - D8 Wax - Delta-8 Crumble -6-pack 1gram ea

Delta 8 Extracts 1g – 6 Pack Six (6)

Choose three crumble and three wax varieties to create your perfect extract combo.

Pure Delta-8 crumble and wax is concentrated, high-potency extracts that deliver a powerful and relaxing sensation. The effects are immediate and long-lasting. It can be dabbed, vaped, or cooked.

Delta 8 Extracts 1g

Delta 8 Extracts 1g – FAQ

The two compounds that provide these benefits are tetrahydrocannabinol, aka THC, and cannabidiol, aka CBD. In this post, we’re going to go over the difference between CBD and THC along with some similarities, benefits, and effects. Read more…

THC and CBD are two of the main natural compounds found in cannabis that are responsible for most of the effects one feels. Let’s look a bit closer at the details and similarities between CBD and THC. Read more…

THC is the main psychoactive compound in cannabis. That means that the typical feeling of feeling “high” (giggling, euphoria, feeling light, etc) is thanks to THC.

THC works by binding to specific receptors in the brain called cannabinoid receptors. This induces the brain to release dopamine, which is your “feel good” molecule. That’s where the nickname for marijuana “dope” comes from: the literal dopamine boost that you get from the THC in the marijuana. This rush of feel good molecules leads to a few common effects of THC.

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Unlike THC, CBD is non-psychoactive. This means that CBD doesn’t make you feel “high” like THC does. Like THC, though, CBD also interacts with cannabinoid receptors that already exist in your brain and body. Read more…

 Besides the obvious similarity that they’re both naturally found in cannabis, on a structural level, they’re also very similar. THC and CBD have the exact same chemical formula: C21H30O2. It’s only the slight difference in the organization of these atoms that makes them interact with your cannabinoid receptors in two completely different ways. Read more…

The biggest difference between the two is that THC is psychoactive and CBD is non-psychoactive. This impacts the compounds in a few ways.

First, the effects. THC is what makes you feel “high”. If you took a CBD concentrate or oil, you wouldn’t “get high” in the traditional sense. You would likely get the benefits of CBD (lowered anxiety, reduced inflammation, etc), but you wouldn’t feel high or euphoric. You’ll only get those feelings from THC.  Read more…

There’s so much more to learn about the similarities and differences between THC and CBD. From implications in chronic disease to new recreational options for all ages, cannabis is becoming mainstream in a great way. You can learn more about the mental and physical benefits of CBD, THC, and more on our blog. You can also contact us to learn more, ask questions, or start a discussion.

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Hemp is an incredible plant that’s continually surprising us with new benefits and applications. A variety of the Cannabis sativa plant, this tough-as-nails subspecies is now a key source of Delta-8, a game-changing cannabinoid coveted for its smooth and clear-headed highs. Delta-8 has redefined the way we enjoy hemp flower and distillate has a big role to play. Read more…

The word “distil” conjures up visions of crystal-clear gin and ultra-pure vodka. In the cannabis world, the concept is fairly similar and refers to cannabis extracts that have been purified of all plant matter and contain just one specific cannabinoid. For Delta-8 distillates, the cannabinoid of interest is Delta-8-Tetrahydrocannabinol, also known as Delta-8 or simply D8. Read more…

An isomer of Delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol, D8 shares an almost identical molecular structure to the wildly popular cannabinoid, with one small but significant difference. While Delta-9 has a double bond of atoms on the ninth carbon, the Delta-8 double bond is on the eighth carbon. This means the cannabinoid binds to the body’s Endocannabinoid System (ECS) in a slightly different way. It’s this variation that alters the physical and psychotropic effects of Delta-9 and makes it the most exciting new cannabinoid to hit the dry herb industry in recent times. Read more…

Like we just explored, Delta-8 shares an almost identical molecular structure to Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol. While Delta-9 can be extracted only from marijuana plants with high THC content, Delta-8 can be harvested from legally grown hemp with Delta-9 THC content of less than 0.3%. Anything over this is classed as an illegal “controlled substance” by the DEA and can’t be sold in most US states. Read more…

Delta-8 distillate packages all the benefits of the coveted cannabinoid into one seriously potent liquid. The product is a cannabis oil concentrate with a high percentage of Delta-8- tetrahydrocannabinol, the naturally occurring compound that gives the product its therapeutic and psychotropic properties. Read more…

Yes! Dabbing is one of our all-time favorite ways to use Delta-8 distillate, but we’d only recommend it for experienced consumers who are comfortable with the method and its effects. The technique uses a hot surface to vaporize and inhale cannabis concentrates, promising a fast-acting and intense high. You’ll need a purpose-built dab rig to use Delta-8 distillate this way so be sure to invest in the right setup before getting started. Read more…

As a natural food-grade product, Delta 8 distillate is definitely safe for consumption. That said, you’ll need to have a good understanding of dosage before you eat Delta-8 distillate. One of the easiest and most effective ways to enjoy D8 is a few drops under the tongue, pausing to let the distillate dissolve into the bloodstream before swallowing. Read more…

If you love the ritual of smoking or vaping but don’t want to miss out on the benefits of THC distillate, combining the two can be a great way to toke up. Using a small pipette, add a few drops of Delta-8 distillate to your flower before rolling or packing into a bowl. Read more…

The price of Delta-8 distillate can vary significantly depending on quality, potency, and the manufacturer. For our high-quality Amber grade containing between 60 – 70% D8 THC expect to pay around USD$160/50ml. A little goes a long way, making Delta-8 distillate incredible value if you’re keen to take a hands-on approach to botanicals. Read more…

Like price, the color of Delta 8 THC distillate will also vary depending on quality, potency and processes used by the manufacturer. Generally, the clearer a distillate the higher the cannabinoid content. Read more…

COA Delta 8 Crumble Extract
Delta 8 Crumble COA
COA Delta 8 Wax Extract
Delta 8 Wax COA
Delta-8 has been shown to be roughly 70% as effective as Delta-9, meaning the effects are very similar and beneficial! Many prefer to use Delta-8 as a sleep aid and relaxer while others use Delta-9 to boost energy and creativity. The effects of D8 can be euphoric and soothing without anxiety or paranoia.

DISCLAIMER: THIS PRODUCT MAY CAUSE DROWSINESS. THE EFFECTS OF THIS PRODUCT MAY BE DELAYED BY UP TO TWO HOURS. THIS PRODUCT MAY IMPAIR THE ABILITY TO DRIVE OR OPERATE MACHINERY. PLEASE USE EXTREME CAUTION.

Reviews

  1. Allison

    Makes you feel very relaxed I ended up dabbing this product! I definitely got the effects of it but the taste isn’t the best in the world, although this was my first time dabbing CBD!

  2. Jessica Cook

    Love this!,Love these! They taste great, and work wonders.

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