What are Delta-8 Gummies?
One of the most convenient ways of taking any type of supplement is through edibles. Especially when it’s in the form of the super fun gummies. Now we at Try The CBD are introducing a brand new product that can be your ally in combating anxiety and stress – the Delta 8 Gummies. Enjoy the vegan, gluten-free fruity taste of our Delta 8 gummies made from natural ingredients. Each Delta 8 gummy contains 25mg of Delta 8 extract enriched with natural terpenes, corn syrup, pectin, and natural coloring. In addition to Delta-8 from hemp, these light, chewy gummies are also a source of vitamin C for an immune boost. Taking Delta 8 through gummies can be ideal for on-the-go users with a tight schedule. Bring your Try The CBD Delta 8 gummies with you and get your dose of relaxation anywhere and at any time.
Be mindful when using any products containing delta-8; it has psychoactive and intoxicating effects, similar if not the same as delta-9 THC (i.e., the component responsible for the “high” people may experience from using cannabis).
WARNING! You need to be aware that delta-8 products have not been evaluated or approved by the FDA for safe use in any context. All Delta-8 products should especially be kept out of reach of children and pets. Do not drive or operate any vehicle or a machine after taking this product.
Consult a doctor before using delta 8 THC gummies. Do not use if pregnant, nursing, or taking medications for a diagnosed condition.
Best Delta-8 Gummies Ingredients:
25mg Delta-8 per each gummy (Total: 750MG Delta-8 per bottle)
Hemp extract – aerial plant parts, Evaporated Cane juice, Caorn syrup, White Grape juice concentrate.
Natural Flavors and coloring, Ascorbic acid, Citric acid, Natural flavors.
Best Delta 8 gummies for sale?
Choosing a high-quality product can be easy when you find a trusted brand. Unlike other brands that use industrial hemp, Try The CBD extracts cannabinoids from organically grown hemp and ensures quality in each product. Our Delta 8 gummies for sale are sourced from premium quality USA-grown hemp. The result is a clean, rich, and potent Delta 8 extract used to create the tasty 750mg Delta 8 gummies. Try The CBD takes pride in selling only top-quality products using natural ingredients. Moreover, each batch of products in our shop is tested by a third-party lab to verify the quality and purity of the content.
The use of Delta 8 gummies is plain and simple – all you need to do is eat one gummy every eight hours or whenever needed. Use with caution! While the overall effects of delta 8 differ from one individual to another, the Delta-8 gummies will cause psychotropic (relating to or denoting substances that affect a person’s mental state) effect. If you have never used any THC products before the effects of Delta 8, we do not recommend you trying Delta 8 products. We suggest you start with half of a gummy and work your way up from there.
Check the product label if it contains a QR Code like the one on the left image.
“Ok I found them, that means I am good to go?”
No. The company you are buying them from is trying to be transparent and you should always check the lab results for the gummies before purchasing them. But there is another thing you should ask the manufacturer of the gummies:
How do I check the gummy lab result exactly with this QR code?
Firstly, you should open the iPhone camera and point the camera lens towards the QR code.
At this point, you should just click on the Safari linked page “Open trythecbd.com in safari” this will take you to our lab results page.
If you have any other questions about our gummies you should reach out to our customer service at 888-606-2050.
Delta 8 THC VS Delta-9-THC?
While most people are familiar with cannabinoids such as CBD and Delta-9-THC, very few people know about minor cannabinoids such as Delta-8-THC. It’s common to find people discussing the benefits or effects of cannabis as if it consists of only one chemical compound.
However, thanks to research, we know that cannabis consists of different chemical components, including more than 100 cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, etc. When you inhale a cannabis flower, the effects you experience are a team effort of all these chemical compounds. This is referred to as the entourage effect, where these chemical compounds work hand in hand to enhance the effects of each other.
What is more interesting, however, is the fact that when you isolate them, each of these compounds affects the human body differently. In fact, some of these compounds are treated differently, even by the law. Case in point, while CBD is legal in all 50-US states, THC remains federally illegal and only legal in a few US states.
Delta-8-THC: A Milder Version Of Delta-9-THC?
To understand what kind of cannabinoid this is, let’s briefly look at how cannabinoids are synthesized;
Cannabinoids such as CBD and these two cannabinoids are produced by natural chemical reactions such as isomerization, oxidation, and decarboxylation. These processes involve enzymes such as CBCA synthase, THCA synthase, and CBDA synthase.
In our previous article, we talked about CBGA and how it’s the mother of all cannabinoids. Well, these enzymes help convert CBGA into these acidic forms of cannabinoids.
Unfortunately, we are unable to sell our D8 gummies into the following states Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Kentucky, Idaho, Iowa, Mississippi, Montana, New York, Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont, Washington, Michigan, and North Dakota.
As these states have put restrictions on your right to choose. If/when the laws change, we will commence shipping. In the meantime, we recommend that you reach out to your local congressional office and let them know how you feel and ask them why you cannot purchase and consume this wholesome hemp-based product.
When you hear people talking about THC and how it made them feel high over the weekend, they are most likely referring to Delta-9-THC, which is the main form of THC existing naturally in the cannabis plant.
So what is Delta-8-THC?
Sorry, but a short chemistry lesson is necessary here;
Do you notice the term ‘delta’ in both words? It refers to a double bond.
Remember organic chemistry, and how matter contains chains of carbon atoms?
Both cannabinoids contain double bonds; the only difference is where the double bonds are located.
While Delta-9-THC has a double bond on the 9th carbon, Delta-8-THC has a double bond on the 8th carbon in the chain.
Why does the location of a double bond matter?
Double bonds will have more electrons than single bonds, meaning these two cannabinoids may impact the endocannabinoid system differently.
According to the National Cancer Institute, Delta-8-THC is an analog of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) with anxiolytic, antiemetic, analgesic, appetite-stimulating, and neuroprotective qualities.
For those in the dark, the endocannabinoid system (ECS) is a unique cell-signaling system. And it regulates the body’s internal environment (read: maintain homeostasis).
Cannabinoids such as THC and CBD are thought to interact with this system, hence the effects you experience after consuming cannabis.
However, different cannabinoids bind differently to the endocannabinoid receptors. This is the reason why, for instance, THC will get you high while CBD won’t.
So how may Delta-8-THC work with the endocannabinoid system?
This cannabinoid is thought to bind to the CB1 receptors located in the central nervous system. It may also have an affinity for CB2 receptors. However, there is no enough evidence yet to confirm this.
As mentioned earlier, a few atomic bonds make Delta-8-THC different from Delta-9-THC.
A subtle difference, but may mean heaven and hearth on how cannabinoids interact with the endocannabinoid system.
The first is also thought to be more stable as compared to the latter. It is also said to have a longer shelf life- both desirable features in a medical compound.
Delta-9-THC, on the other hand, easily oxidizes to Delta-8-THC or Cannabinol (CBN).
Just like that, it binds to CB1 receptors. However, experts believe that due to the altered molecular structure (location of the double bond), the affinity for CB receptors may be different.
This may explain why Delta-8-THC also has less psychoactive potency as compared to its analog delta-9-THC.
This cannabinoid also appears to offer a clearer high, increased ability to focus, and reduced anxiety symptoms.
Also, while Delta-9-THC is the main form of Tetrahydrocannabinol in the cannabis plant, only a trace amount of Delta-8-THC exists naturally in the cannabis plant. This could be the reason you’re hearing about it for the first time just now.
However, this may change as some companies already realize the importance of esoteric cannabinoids for their unique effects or benefits.
Some of these companies include Oleum Extracts- a cannabis extraction company based in Washington. This said company is producing an AquaTek Delta-8 THC distillate.
Now comes the hard task; sourcing it.
It’s impossible to get a high Delta-8-THC cannabis strain. This is because the cannabinoid only exists in trace amounts in the cannabis plant.
However, due to advances in technology, cannabis companies are continuously producing products with lesser-known cannabinoids such as this one.
One of the best ways to consume this strain is by vaping or ingesting it (sublingual application)
Like any other cannabinoid, you will experience faster results if you take this one sublingually or by inhaling it.
Although you can get Delta-8-THC-infused edibles, experts think that it’s converted into Delta-11-THC when processed through the digestive system. The same thing happens to Delta-9-THC when you ingest it, so there’s no unique benefit or gain to ingesting Delta-8-THC.
If you’re interested in trying this or any other cannabinoid, really, you should talk with your doctor first as they will be able to guide you on the best way to take it as well as the appropriate dosage.
At the moment, it is not possible to extract your own Delta-8-THC at home even if you were theoretically able to set your vape pen to release a range of cannabinoids and terpenes at a given temperature.
This is mainly because it exists in minimal amounts in the cannabis plant.
Although selective breeding might in the future achieve strains with high Delta-8-THC contents, you might still need specialized extraction techniques, molecular isolation, and fractional distillation to obtain a significant amount of these kinds of rare cannabinoids.
After understanding what it is, your next question might be, is this cannabinoid even legal?
Although this information can’t be used as legal advice, especially because laws regulating the cannabis sector keep on changing, the 2018 hemp bill made all hemp derivatives, isomers, and cannabinoids federally legal as long as they contain less than 0.3% Delta-9-THC.
This may mean that being a cannabinoid, a hemp derivative with less than 0.3% Delta-9-THC, Delta-8-THC is legal.
However, it’s important that you check with your specific state. This is because the laws regulating the hemp sector differ across state lines.
This article should be used for educational purposes only. For medical or legal advice, please talk with a professional.
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