Delta 8 THC Flower industrial hemp flower at 150mg CBD. It is tasty, smooth & packs a powerful punch.
Delta 8 Flower is a fantastic choice for those who enjoy smoking their oregano. This Hemp Flower is like marijuana but it contains more THC, the active chemical that gets you high. Instead the high concentrations of THC can help contribute to the overall health of your body.
One of the coolest parts of hemp flower is that you can roll it and smoke it exactly as you would with marijuana. Bongs, pipes, and rolling papers galore, this hemp flower can be smoked out of all of them. Hemp Flower can even be smoke it through fruits, soda cans, and anything else that someone with ingenuity can make up.
Delta 8 Hemp Flower contain small traces of CBD. For example this product is under 0.3% Delta 9 THC and legal in all 50 states. That is to say It is not intended as an alternative or replacement for any illegal substance. Please use responsibly.
Warning: can cause you to fail a drug test. 7g can
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WHAT IS DELTA 8 AND WHAT DOES IT DO?
Delta 8 THC is one of the 100+ cannabinoids in cannabis. Processors extract and concentrate it since it only exists naturally in small percentages within the cannabis flower. Like other cannabinoids, it interacts with the body’s endocannabinoid system – specifically the CB1 receptor of the nervous system – to bring on its psychotropic effects. Despite the difference in the natural quantities of Delta 8 and Delta 9 in cannabis, when concentrated, they interact with the nervous system similarly, which raises the question.
Quick chemistry lesson for the uninitiated: The delta part of the name refers to the double bond, so both Delta 8 and Delta 9 contain double bonds, the difference is where that double bond is located. Organic chemistry deals with carbon atoms – a lot of carbon atoms, chains of them – and the respective “8” and “9” in the names of these canabinoids refer to the location of that double (Delta) bond in the chain. Delta 9 has a double bond on the 9th carbon in the chain, Delta 8 on the 8th. So, what this really boils down to is that a double bond is going to have more electrons than single carbon bonds and will interact differently with the endocannabinoid system. It doesn’t seem like a big difference, but when we’re talking about subatomic particles, the location of that double bond can be very significant.