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Cannabinoids are compounds found in the hemp/cannabis plant. Hemp is known for its therapeutic and healing properties. Hemp derived cannabinoids work naturally with the body's endocannabinoid system and may help to promote calmness, clarity, and daily relief. Cannabinoids most commonly used are CBD (Cannabidiol), CBN (Cannabinol), CBG (Cannabigerol), Delta-8 THC and Delta-9 THC.
Hemp is known for its therapeutic and healing properties. Hemp works naturally with the body's endocannabinoid system and may help to promote calmness, clarity, and daily relief. Hemp derived cannabinoids allow the body to reach a level of homeostasis. Hemp can also be used as a fuel and textile resource.
Delta-8 THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol, is a naturally occurring cannabinoid or phyto-derived found in cannabis. Delta-8 THC is classified as an isomer of CBD and Delta-9 THC. An isomer is a compound with the same formula but a different arrangement of atoms and different properties. Delta 8 THC exists naturally in small quantities but can be produced by converting CBD or Delta 9 THC through a chemical reaction typically using heat, altered pH environments, and/or solvents via an exothermic reaction. The chemical differences between the two forms of THC are very small, however they do interact with your brain and ECS receptors very differently. Delta 9-THC is classified as an agonistic compound while Delta 8-THC is antagonistic. Agonistic compounds may enhance or replicate the effects your brain is already experiencing while antagonistic does not. This is very important to mention to those who state THC makes them anxious or paranoid - it is this difference that may allow for a more enjoyable experience with Delta 8 THC.
Delta-9 THC, also known as ∆-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (∆-9-THC), is one of the main and most known cannabinoids present in cannabis. D9 THC has long been recognized as a psychoactive ingredient and can provide many therapeutic opportunities.
This cannabinoid was made legal under the 2018 Farm Bill, but only in certain instances. The Farm bill states that a product containing less than 0.3 percent THC by dry weight is legal. Therefore, the main distinction between hemp and federally illegal marijuana is the level of ∆ 9-THC the product contains. Because of this dry weight rule, we are able to fit a certain amount of Delta 9 in our products while remaining federally compliant with the 2018 Farm Bill.
The difference between smokeables and edibles is most notably the on-set and off-set experience. Smokables have a quicker on-set (absorption of cannabinoids into your bloodstream) from the smoke interacting with the blood vessels in your lungs, however has a quicker off-set due to the way it’s processed by your body. Smokeables are great if you’re looking for quick relief but don’t need the effects to be long lasting. Edibles have a slower on-set and a slower off-set due to the cannabinoids being processed by your digestive system, making the absorption of cannabinoids into your bloodstream slower. This method however allows the experience to last longer. Edibles are great for long-lasting relief and are often a more delightful, tasty experience.