Frequently asked questions

Does your product have Delta 9 THC in it?

Our products contain less than .2% or no Delta 9 THC.

Where is your CBD and Delta 8 sourced or made?

Our CBD, vape juice, terpenes, and Δ8 are made localy in the United States. We check and then re-check everything to ensure quality, purity, and potentcy.

Is your product legal in my state?

Our product are all hemp derivatives and contains no Delta 9 THC or synthetic forms of THC, so it is federally legal everywhere in the USA. Check your state to see if Δ8 is legal on the state level. If you are outside the United States you should consult your local government laws to make sure.

What is Delta 8 THC?

According to the National Cancer Institute, delta-8-THC can be defined as: “An analogue of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) with antiemetic, anxiolytic, appetite-stimulating, analgesic, and neuroprotective properties. [Delta-8-THC] binds to the cannabinoid G-protein coupled receptor CB1, located in the central nervous system…This agent exhibits a lower psychotropic potency than [delta-9-THC], the primary form of THC found in cannabis.” Delta-8-THC is chemically different from delta-9-THC by only a few atomic bonds and still offers a potent high of its own. While delta-8-THC only exists naturally in fractions of a percent, companies are finding value in concentrating esoteric cannabinoids for their unique effects and applications.

Will Delta 8 cause a failed drug test?

In order to understand how one might pass or fail a drug test for THC, it is important to understand how a drug test detects THC in a person’s system. Drug tests, it turns out, are not finely-tuned instruments. Just as enzymes within the cannabis plant transform CBGA, our bodies break down THC into other chemical compounds. After a person’s metabolism breaks down THC, it results in smaller molecules called THC metabolites. The metabolites themselves may do different things, but they all display the same tell-tale chemical marker showing that THC was processed in a person’s body. These are the chemical signals that drug tests look for. All THC molecules will break down into THC metabolites, regardless of the THC formation they start out as. Thus, to a drug test, delta-8 THC, 11-Hydroxy THC, and delta-9 THC will all look the same. The tests do not look for what went in, just what came out. Even if this were not the case, delta-8 THC products may cause a person to fail a drug test. Just as with CBD products, delta-8 preparations may contain .3% THC or below. While still a small amount, it may be enough for the drug test to detect, especially if a person is using delta-8 or CBD products regularly. Again, drug tests are not finely-tuned instruments. They do not look for levels of THC, just the presence of it. It should be noted that for this reason, CBD products may also cause a person to fail a drug test.

Can I have the signature upon delivery?

Yes, use the Priority Mail option and it comes with signature on delivery, there is an added charge into the cost for that option.