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CBD Product FAQ


What are Cannabinoids?

Cannabinoids are naturally occurring chemical compounds produced by the cannabis flower. CBD and THC are examples of cannabinoids found in cannabis plants, though there are many more. Different cannabinoids elicit different bodily effects. The human body has an endocannabinoid system that seems to play an important role in the brain, endocrine, and immune function, as well as mediating the secretion of hormones and stress responses. CBD binds to the body’s cannabinoid receptors CB1 and CB2 and stimulates the endocannabinoid system’s production of its cannabinoids. It also interacts with several neurotransmitters in the brain and many of the body’s molecular processing pathways to allegedly deliver an array of health benefits.

What Is The Endocannabinoid System?

The ECS is a biological system first discovered in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s. The ECS is largely composed of endocannabinoids, receptors, and enzymes that are believed to help regulate a variety of functions in humans including sleep, mood, memory, appetite, reproduction, and pain sensation. The ECS has a critical role in homeostasis which is the maintenance of a stable internal environment. Endocannabinoids are substances our bodies naturally make that stimulate cannabinoid receptors. Phytocannabinoids are plant substances that stimulate cannabinoid receptors. ECS is comprised of CB1 and CB2. CBD binds to the body’s cannabinoid receptors and stimulates the ECS’s production of its cannabinoids. It also interacts with several neurotransmitters in the brain and many of the body’s molecular pathways to deliver an array of health benefits. 

What is a Delta 8 Cartridge?

Like vape cartridges that contain CBD, THC, or another cannabinoid, these cartridges contain distillate oil consisting of delta-8-THC suspended in natural Cannabis sativa flower oils. Since no Cannabis sativa strains yet exist that contain large quantities of delta-8-THC, most D-8 consist of isolated D-8 THC that has been combined with cannabis terpenes, flavonoids, and other natural constituents of the hemp plant. High-quality D-8 cartridges only consist of substances that are naturally present in Cannabis sativa flowers, and cartridges that contain additional substances such as flavorings or fillers are low-quality and could be dangerous. 

What Is The Best Delta 8 Cartridge?

It’s essential to only buy from transparent brands that are an open book for their supply chain and CoAs. Choose cartridges that are extracted from cannabis plants containing <0.3% THC (Industrial Hemp) in line with the 2018 Farm. When it comes to manufacturing quality, the cart should contain zero fillers or unnecessary additives and make sure it’s pure full-spectrum Delta 8 THC and cannabis-derived terpenes. 

Are Delta 8 Carts Safe?

High-quality, properly extracted lab-tested delta 8 cartridges should be perfectly safe to use. 

Do Delta 8 Carts Smell?

Typically, Delta-8 THC distillate is a clear substance with no smell. The smell comes from the terpenes added to the cart. 

Are Delta 8 Carts Real?

Yes, they are real and federally legal in most states

How Long Does A Delta 8 Vape Cart Last?

Since Delta-8 THC distillate offers a greater potency than many others, it requires fewer puffs from the user to experience the desired effects. Most contain 1mL of 1-gram D-8 Distillate. It takes anywhere from two to four puffs to experience the desired effects, depending on your tolerance. It contains roughly 210 puffs. It depends on how hard you pull from the cart. 

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