COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHAT IS DELTA 8
Delta 8 is a stress and inflammation reliever without resulting in an anxious high like its THC brother. It makes up one of the four most common types of cannabinoids and is a compound derived from hemp. Chemically, Delta 8 is almost identical to Delta 9, which is the primary psychoactive component in marijuana.
However, users don’t have to worry about it producing a high with adverse, anxious side effects. This makes it an attractive option for first-time users and people who strictly want to use a marijuana-like product for its relaxation or medicinal reasons.
In its naturally occurring state, Delta 8 occurs in small quantities. It’s a degraded version of THC, so the plant doesn’t directly synthesize its enzymes. Thankfully for those who enjoy using Delta 8, there’s a workaround for this; in storage, THC degrades into Delta 8. For this reason, Delta 8 experts embrace selective breeding techniques and molecular isolation to increase their production of Delta 8.
WHERE IS DELTA 8 AVAILABLE?
According to federal law, Delta 8 is legal due to the Farm Bill, passed in 2018. Its brother, Delta 9, is illegal because it comes from marijuana and produces the classic high effects that come to mind when a person thinks of cannabis. However, since Delta 8 THC comes from hemp, any U.S. state that allows the possession of hemp—which is nearly every state except for a few, such as Idaho—also allows Delta 8. As long as Delta 8 has a THC content under 0.3% and comes directly from the hemp plant, it is legal under federal law. However, since states can make their own rules, you should double-check it’s legal in your state before making your purchase.
IS IT SAFE?
Delta 8 THC is a safe alternative to Delta 9 THC provided that you purchase your vapes, edibles, and concentrates from a licensed vendor. Companies with little experience or those looking to cut corners will often leave traces of Delta 9 THC in their Delta 8 product. That can result in an intense, unexpected high with side effects including anxiousness and paranoia.
High-quality Delta 8 THC, like the kind we sell at Helloo, produces a safe, uplifting feel. You may experience more energy, but it won’t come along with anxiety and paranoid thoughts. Furthermore, our Delta 8 THC can help you improve your focus—that’s not the kind of reaction people typically have from marijuana.
WILL I GET HIGH?
Considered Marijuana "LIGHT". When it enteres your body, youll feel a near-instant relaxation. It will impact you differently than others. However, the most notable side effect of traditional marijuana that no one will feel from Delta 8 is anxiety and paranoia. Delta 8 is an excellent choice if you dont like the psychoactive effects of cannabis and want to use the product to relax, improve their sleep, or reduce inflammation. That said, Delta 8 doesn’t contain the same level of sedation effects as Delta 9, meaning that you’ll be relaxed while still maintaining a clear mind.
While Delta 8 and Delta 9 have their differences, there are some noteworthy similarities. For example, both will give you the feeling of wanting to eat. More attractive similarities include the reduction of nausea and reducing pain levels.
Delta 8 helps gives users a euphoric feeling without hte psychoactive side affects. It will allow you to feel relaxed and give you improved sleep, while clearing your head to help you focus. It also contains pain-relieving and inflammation-reducing benefits as marihuana. As it is considered the "Light" version of marijuana, it is an excellent choice for beginner smokers who want to test the waters before diving in head first.
WILL I TEST POSITIVE ON A DRUG TEST?
You can assume that Delta 8 will likely show up on a drug test. Since urine tests detect THC metabolites, and Delta 8 comes from the degradation of THC, drug screenings can usually pick it up. Therefore, we recommend refraining from Delta 8 use if you have a drug test coming up. As a general rule, cannabinoids stay in fat cells for around thirty days. If you undergo a hair or fingernail drug test, you should stop using Delta 8 three months before your screening.