We’ve had so many requests to put these online…so here they are. Our 1:1 Delta-8 THC + Delta-9 THC 40mg Gummy Slices
These assorted fruit-flavored gummies are fully vegan and delicious! In each piece, you’ll find 20mg of delta-8 THC and 20mg delta-9 THC for a total of 40mg THC per gummy. Together, these two versions of THC offer a one-two punch of THC-related effects with the added benefit of a more mellow high thanks to the delta-8 THC.
What is delta-9 THC and how does it work?
Delta-9 THC is the main psychoactive cannabinoid found in cannabis known for causing people to get high. While it’s more commonly associated with cannabis, delta-9 THC can be found in hemp in smaller concentrations. Like other cannabinoids, delta-9 THC works by binding to receptors in the endocannabinoid system, which is responsible for helping the body to stay balanced. Delta-9 THC will cause you to feel high, but evidence suggests that it may also help with pain, nausea, a lack of appetite, and sleep.
What is delta-8 THC and how does it work?
Delta-8 THC is just like delta-9 THC— the stuff you find in cannabis. It’s different mainly because it’s synthesized from CBD and contains one less carbon chain, so it tends to feel a little bit less intense than regular THC. It works like other cannabinoids by interacting with our endocannabinoid systems, which are responsible for keeping the body balanced. Since delta-8 is so similar to delta-9 THC, it offers many of the same effects. Some examples are pain and nausea relief, appetite stimulation, a euphoric high feeling, and sleepy effects.
Is hemp-derived delta-9 THC legal?
Under the 2018 Farm Bill, hemp-derived cannabinoids are legal on a federal level. While some states have taken steps to ban THC alternatives, there’s a bit of a legal gray area right now— especially when it comes to edibles.
In states where hemp-derived cannabinoids like CBD, CBN, CBG, Delta-8 THC, and THC-o are legal, delta-9 THC is legal thanks to a loophole in the laws. As long as delta-9 THC is extracted from the hemp plant (not marijuana) and contains less than 0.3% THC on a dry-weight basis, it complies with the Farm Bill.
With that in mind, it comes down to simple math. By infusing hemp-derived Delta-9 THC into edibles, they’re legal to sell as long as they weigh in at less than 0.3% THC. Each delta-9 product found in our store is under the 0.3% THC limit, so they’re legal wherever legal hemp products can be sold.