Best Cyber Monday Deals – Save Big On Premium Products

After three days of intense Black Friday deals, we are approacing Cyber Monday with is your last chance to stock-up on premium products, before Christmas sales begin. Unlike Black Friday, where the focus was on ‘best price for single products‘, this year the Cyber Monday deals below allow us to stock-up on premium products, such as vape carts, disposables and edibles.

While saving a dollar or two on a single product is nice, what really counts is the bottom-line: how many premium products did you manage to buy in exchange for a fixed amount of money. That’s why this Cyber Monday you should search for stocking-up opportunities and choose only the deals where you could save big on premium products. But looking at the price alone isn’t the only important thing, as it means nothing unless you choose the right products. Only when you find Cyber Monday deals that combine both price with value, you should ‘Act Now’ and buy these products, as this is where you could save big on premium products and that’s what Cyber Monday is all-about: Saving Big On Premium Products

To help you save money we have created a short-list of the best Cyber Monday deals, below, with products that demonstrate exceptional quality, potency and efficacy as-well-as great pricing. Take your time and check the products, as at-least one of them will be exactly what you are looking for: The best product for the most affordable price!

The Best Cyber Monday Deals On Vape Carts, Disposables and Edibles

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Best Cyber Monday Deals:


Cyber Monday Deal: An Additional 30% Discount Using the BF30 Coupon Code

Get an Extra 30% Off The Price Of Knockout Gummies

(Save with “BF30” coupon code) 

If you like gummies, you should try these high-potency killer gummies. .With a powerful blend of live-resin THC-P, THC-H and HHC-P and 30mg in each gummy, this product is exactly what you need for your evening relaxation. Take it once you are back from work, and experience a powerful full body experience, exactly what we need this time of the year…

This deal will only run until the 30th, so don’t wait and stock-up as this is a great opportunity!

TIP: The price of this products is already discounted, but you can save an additional 30% by using the “BF30” coupon code. This is a truely amazing product, try it!

Click HERE to buy the Knockout blend gummies

(Using “BF30” coupon code)


Cybr Monday Deal: An Extra 30% Discount Using the BF30 Coupon Code

Get an Extra 30% Discount on The ‘Power 9’ Live Resin Disposables

(Save with “BF30” coupon code) 

Best Cyber Monday Deals: Power 9 Live-Resin Disposables
Get and Extra 30% Off The “Power 9” Blend Live Resin Disposables

Only introduced this halloween, the premium “Power 9” blend is already becoming a top-seller. Each high-potency disposable vape contains a 1 gram live resin blend of Delta 9 THC, THC-JD, and THC-B combined with various terpenes for a wonderful blend.

Your stocking-up opportunity should be getting the 3-pack, already reduced even BEFORE our extra 30% discount (using the BF30 coupon code). While the regular price for this 3-pack is $89.99, in Cyber Monday you can get it for as-low-as $38.5 (for the whole 3-pack) when you use the BF30 coupon code! Don’t wait, as $38.5 for the bundle is only only $12.8 for each disposable – a rare opportunity for products of that value.

The 3-pack contains three strains: Hell Fire (sativa), Zombie Kush (hybrid), and Thunder Storm (indica).

TIP: The price of this bundle is already discounted, but you can save an additional 30% by using the “BF30” coupon code. This your opportunity to stock-up on premium products, as this price is truely exeptional.

Click here to save big on Power 9 disposables

(Using “BF30” coupon code)

Cyber Monday Deal: 50% Discount On All Orders Over $40

50% Discounts Site-Wide

50% Discounts on all orders over $40
(Save with “GIVEDANKS” coupon code) 

Whether it is 2g premium vape carts, 3000mg Delta 8 sour belts (edibles) or full-spectrum Delta-9 THC gummies, until the end of this Cyber Monday you can get them with a 50% discount!

This is a great opportunity, as these products are known to be high-quality and popular. Look for the 2 gram disposable vape pens, the 3000mg sour-belts (an extra extra-strong Delta 8 edibles) and the full-spectrum Delta-9 THC gummies and put your hands on as many of them as you can, as they are now heavily discounted.

TIP: 50% discounts on all orders above $40, using the GIVEDANKS coupon code.

Save big on premium products

(Using “GIVEDANKS” coupon code)

Cyber Monday Deal: 30% discount on Live-Resin THC-H Gummies

Get Extra-Strong Live Resin Gummies for Only $21

(Get 30% off using ‘BF30’ coupon code)

With 125mg of THC-H, Delta 9 THC, THCP, THCjd, and Live Resin Delta 8 THC in each gummy, this high-potency product is a must-have! As each pack contains 20 gummies, 2500mg total, you have more than enough to get you through the holiday season.

The regular price for this product is $39.99, but this Cyber Monday you can get it for as-low-as $21, when using the BF30 coupon code.

Choose between Purple Berry, Sour Peach, Kiwi Watermelon, Root Beer Float, and Blackberry Acai

Warning: be carefull with dosing as this is one strong product!

TIP: The price of these extra-strong gummies is already discounted, but you can save an additional 30% by using the “BF30” coupon code. This your opportunity to get as many of them as you can, as this price is truely exeptional.

Click here to buy extra-strong live resin gummies!

(Save with “BF30” coupon code)

Cyber Monday Deals: Delta 8, HHC & THC-O Vape Cartridges – Only $9.95/Cart

Get Delta 8, THC-O and HHC Vape Carts for only $9.95 each!
(Coupon codes listed below)

If you’re looking to stock up, sometimes all you need is a heavily discounted product, one with a price-tag of less than $10 each. This Cyber Monday you can do exactly that and get bags of 1 gram D8 / HHHC / THC-O vape carts for only $9.95 each! Check out the deals below: 

1) For Delta-8 vape carts: get $9.95 D8 Carts & Edibles when you buy 10+

2) For HHC get a $5 off coupon – makes HHC edibles and carts as low as $9.95 (coupon code: $5offhhc)

3) For THC-O get a $5 off coupon – Makes THC-O edibles and carts as low as $9.95 (coupon code: $5offthco)

4) For Delta 8 tinctures get a 50% off coupon – makes 10,000mg tinctures $26.21/each (coupon code: tincture50%off)

5) For Delta 8 tinctures get a $10 off all 5,000mg tinctures (coupon code: tinctures$10off)

TIP: This deal will only run until the end of this month. Take advantage of it and stock-up on your favorite vape carts.

CLICK HERE to buy $9.95 vape carts

(Check coupon codes above)


Black Friday + Cyber Monday Deal: 40% discount site-wide with promo code BFCM40

Get 40% Off Vape Carts, Disposables and Gummies

Want to get quality products with a huge discount? Whether it is vape carts, disposables or even gummies, now you can get them all with a 40% discount, allowing you stock-up on premium products!

TIP: Use code BFCM40 to get 40% off a variety of high-potency products. This coupon will be active only until Cyber Monday, so a act now, as once it’s gone, it’s gone…

Click HERE to save big on carts, disposables and gummies

(With BFCM40 coupon code)

Cybr Monday Deal: An Extra 30% Discount Using the BF30 Coupon Code

An Extra 30% Discount On “Beast Mode” Live Resin Carts

(Using ‘BF30’ coupon code)

Another great product to buy in Cyber Monday is the “Beast Mode” cart bundle, featuring a premium blend of THC-B, HHC-P and THC-H, all strong cannabinoids. The bundle contains 3 live resin vape carts (1 gram each) and usually sold for $89.99, but this Cyber Monday you can get the 3-pack for as-low-as $37.7, when using the BF30 promo code. That is only $12.5/cart, an amazing price for such a high-quality product, usually sold for much more!

Three strains come in the bundle: Raspberry Cookies (indica), Orange Creamsicle (hybrid), and Apple Jack (sativa).

TIP: The price of ‘Beast Mode’ carts is already discounted, but you can save an additional 30% by using the “BF30” coupon code. This your opportunity to stock-up on premium products, as this product is usually sold for much more.

Click here to save on the new Beast Mode live resin carts!

(Using the ‘BF30’ coupon code)

Cyber Monday Deal: 50% Discount on all orders over $40

3,000mg Delta 8 THC Sour Belts – Only $29.99

(Save with “GIVEDANKS” coupon code) 

First things first, know that these treats are very potent. The entire sour belt has 3,000 mg of Delta 8 THC, 300mg per serving. So definitely keep in mind that these are for seasoned users. Three different flavors to choose from: apple, strawberry, or berry blue. This is a limited time product, so don’t miss out!

TIP: get 50% discount on all orders over $40 (Site-wide) using the GIVEDANKS coupon code. Think about it, 3000mg of Delta-8 THC for less than $30, this is 100mg for each dollar. This is the lowest any price can go, ever!

Click here to save big on Delta 8 THC

(With “GIVEDANKS” coupon code)

Learn more about Delta 9 THC, Delta 8, Delta 10, HHC, THC, THC Edibles and Mushrooms.

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Delta-8 VS Delta-9 THC

Delta-8 is the cannabinoid compound getting a lot of attention these days, but what is it exactly, and how does it compare vs delta-9 THC? Read on to find out more about how these two compounds stack up.

What is delta-9 THC?

We all know delta-9, we all love it. Sometimes referred to as simply THC (which is incorrect), delta-9 is the most famous of the THCs, and the main psychoactive component of the cannabis plant. It’s found in higher amounts in some plants, and lower amounts in other plants. We generally refer to high-THC plants as marijuana, and low-THC plants as hemp.

In actuality, delta-9 barely exists in raw cannabis plants, and is actually a product of decarboxylation of its parent compound THCA. THCA is not psychoactive, but in the presence of light and heat it loses a carboxyl group, and goes from the chemical formula of THCA (C22H30O4), to the chemical formula for delta-9 THC (C₂₁H₃₀O₂), which is psychoactive.

Delta-9 THC is very closely related to other forms of THC, which we refer to as delta-THCs. They all share the same chemical formula. In fact, the only difference between these separate THC compounds, is the placement of a double carbon bond. For delta-9 THC, it takes place on the 9th carbon atom. For delta-10 THC its on the 10th atom in the chain. For delta-7 it’s on the 7th atom, and for delta-8, its on the 8th. All these delta-THCs only differ in the physical presentation of their molecules.

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Delta-9 is a naturally occurring compound, meaning its found in nature. This is not true of all delta-THCs. Delta-10, for example, was made accidentally through the use of a catalyzer, and doesn’t actually appear in this configuration in nature. Other delta THCs like delta-8, do appear in nature, and are therefore also considered naturally occurring compounds.

What is delta-8 THC?

Delta-8 THC, as explained, is another delta-THC, which means its an isomer of delta-9. Isomer means they have the same chemical formula, but with a different configuration of atoms. As also explained above, this means it differs from delta-9 THC only in the placement of a double bond, and is chemically identical otherwise.

Also like delta-9 THC, delta-8 THC is naturally occurring, which means it can be found in nature, although in much smaller quantities than delta-9, regardless of whether dealing with marijuana or hemp. It’s not entirely understood how delta-8 is formed, but the main belief is that it’s a product of the breakdown of delta-9. Delta-9 is mainly known for breaking down into CBN, but there is a small amount that does not, and its thought that this small amount degrades to other compounds, including a tiny amount to delta-8 THC.

Delta-8 and delta-9 THC

When made industrially however, delta-8 is made from either delta-9 or CBD. And its done through synthetic processing meaning rather than being extracted directly, its made from component parts of other compounds, put together with unnatural processing. You can technically do these processes yourself if you have the know-how.

Delta-8 was discovered around the same time as delta-9, in the original research by Roger Adams and then Raphael Mechoulam. It was synthesized for the first time by Mechoulam in the 1960’s. It was even the subject of studies by Mechoulam into nausea and vomiting of cancer patients, but most of that research remained buried for many years, and there has been very little research into the compound since that time.

Delta-8 vs delta-9

The reality of delta-8 vs delta-9 is that they’re practically the same chemically, and have shown to have many of the same medical benefits. Delta-8 has been indicated for use with nausea and vomiting, as well as anxiety, and likely can be used for many of the other purposes as delta-9, though since the actual research doesn’t exist, its hard to say this for sure.

Delta-8 THC
Delta-8 THC

One of the interesting aspects of delta-8 vs delta-9 is that though delta-9 products are generally direct extractions of the plant, most delta-8 products (possibly all) are not actually directly extracted, but synthesized in a lab. This is a direct result of the minuscule amount that shows up naturally, which is not enough for product production. So even though it is naturally occurring, the form that’s used, is always a synthesized version, at least commercially.

This puts it in a strange legal place. As a naturally derived compound, its legal under the definition of hemp, so long as it comes from the hemp plant (not over .3% THC). If its from the marijuana plant, it’s automatically illegal federally, just like delta-9. In theory, it can therefore be extracted from hemp, and sold legally, except for that little confounding factor, that it ends up being synthesized from delta-9 or CBD, which means using processes that no longer fit under the definition of hemp. Even despite this discrepancy, not much has been done to stop the ‘hemp-derived’ delta-8 market, likely because it’s difficult and expensive for the US government to fully go after it, especially in this climate of growing cannabis acceptance.

In terms of whether they actually have different effects, this is hard to say. Original research by Mechoulam turned up evidence that delta-8 is less intense vs delta-9, providing less psychoactive high, at a ratio of 3:2. It’s also pointed to as causing less anxiety, and providing a clear-headed high, with less couch locking, and more energy. Unfortunately, with the lack of follow-up research, these points really aren’t confirmed at all. Plus, ‘less strong’ always comes with the stipulation that if more is taken, the same high can still be reached.

Another differentiating factor between the two compounds? The degradation process that creates delta-8 comes from oxidation of delta-9. And through this process, the loss of electrons makes the resulting delta-8 more stable, and with a longer shelf-life.

Legality delta-8 vs delta-9

The thing is, its become commonplace for delta-8 products and other cannabinoid products to be sold all over the place. I’m not even talking dispensaries, but corner stores, gas stations, any little side store out there. Because of the seeming loophole attached to it as ‘hemp-derived’, and the inability of the government to stamp it out, it ends up in a lot of places where delta-9 isn’t accessible. This doesn’t mean its technically legal, but it does mean it’s widely available.

Even delta-9 products under the term ‘hemp-derived’ have started popping up in the same way. The state of Minnesota became an unwittingly legal state when it legalized hemp-derived THC for edible products. Both the hemp-derived version of delta-8 and delta-9 can be found in illegal states, as they are sold outside standard regulation.

Laws for delta-8 vs delta-9
Laws for delta-8 vs delta-9

Just to clarify, the term ‘hemp-derived’, much like ‘naturally-derived’, doesn’t mean that something is actually extracted directly from hemp, or in the case of ‘naturally-derived’ directly from something natural. It just means it has some of those natural components, along with other unnatural components or processing. How much something specifically fits under the definition of hemp, is determined by the presence of these other unnatural ingredients or processes used. The DEA even recently confirmed that synthetic delta-8 is most certainly illegal because of these definitions. This was backed-up as well by Shopify refusing to allow such products on its platform.

When it comes to delta-8 vs delta-9, some will say delta-8 is legal, whereas delta-9 is not. Some states have even made their own regulation to try to tamp down this market, either legalizing or illegalizing delta-8 THC because of the confusion. What’s the real answer? Well, it’s not for me to say, and it’s hard to say anyway. After all, does it matter if something is illegal if no one will do anything about it anyway? As it seems the delta-8 market relies a lot on not having access to standard weed, one must wonder if a full cannabis legalization, will wipe out the industry anyway.

Some fun products to try

Interested in trying Delta 8 or Delta 9 products for yourself? Well, we have some great deals for you to choose from below.

(Use “Delta25” coupon code to save)


These chocolate bars are creamy, delicious, and packed with hemp-derived delta 9 THC and live resin terpenes. With 150 total mg, that equals out to 12.5 mg of THC per chocolate square, which allows for proper dosing if you eat it square by square. You also get 3 different flavors to choose from: milk chocolatedark chocolate, and peppermint. Bundle and save, click below to stock up!

Click here to save on live resin Delta 9 chocolate
(Using “Delta25” coupon code)

Brand New-to-the-Market: Delta 9 THC Syrup
(Save with “Delta25” coupon code)

Delta 9 THC Syrup - Binoidcbd

These new cannabinoid syrups are a wonderful way to get the good stuff into your system. They contain 1,000mg of either HHC, THC-O, or Delta 9 THC, and each one comes in a unique and delicious flavor: HHC is Purple Stuff, THC-O is Watermelon Felon, and Delta 9 THC is Bussin’ Berry. Only $21.75 each when you use our coupon code. 

Click here to save on Delta 9 THC syrup!
(Save 25% with “Delta25” coupon code)

“Best Buds” Live Resin 2-Gram Disposable Combo Packs
(Use “Delta25” coupon code)

Live Resin Delta 9 Disposable Vape - Binoidcbd

This double pack comes with two, 2g disposables containing THCO, Delta 9 THC, and live resin. The combo pack contains three different strains: Indica – containing Master Kush and Diablo OG, Hybrid – containing Head Banger and OG Shark, and Sativa – containing Candyland and Acai Berry Gelato.

Click here to stock up on 2g disposable double packs!
(Using “Delta25” coupon code)

Premium Delta 8 Vape Carts – Only $16 Per Cart!
(Using “delta25” coupon code)

Premium Delta 8 Vape Carts - Only $16 Per Cart!

The best way to get stocked up on Delta 8 THC vape carts is by purchasing one of these bundles! For only $16 each, you can get 6 vape carts, each one in a different delicious flavor: Lemon haze (sativa), gelato (hybrid), strawberry lemonade (sativa) blue dream (sativa), mango kush (indica), and granddaddy purp (indica).

TIP: Use the “Delta25” coupon code and select the 6-pack to get each cart for only $16!

Click here to stock up on Delta 8 THC carts
(Using “Delta25” coupon code)

Infused Delta 8 THC “Cosmic” Rice Krispies Treats!
(Use “Delta30” coupon code to save)

Delicious and potent! 100mg ‘cosmic krispies’ fruit cereal bars. Only $8.39 each when using our coupon code. This is the perfect opportunity to stock up while the prices are low! 

TIP: Use the ‘delta30’ coupon code to get 30% of the listed price!

Click here to save on infused cosmic krispies
(With “delta30” coupon code)


What’s the real deal with delta-8 vs delta-9? Honestly, its hard to say in the end because we just don’t know. What we do know is that they’re nearly chemically identical, and seem to provide mainly similar effects and benefits. One is well known, and one is a product of the 2018 US Farm Bill, and a desire to provide a legalized version of the psychoactive part of cannabis.

For anyone looking to use delta-8 products, best to know there’s no regulation in this industry, that testing facilities have shown to be bogus, and that its going to be hard to know what exactly you’re getting, and of what quality. This is just a reality of the industry. On the plus side, delta-8 has shown to be just as safe vs delta-9, so unless you’re dealing with the most unscrupulous of vendors, using the worst of additives, you’ll probably get a decent enough product.

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Delta 8 vs Delta 10

We hear these names a lot, but we don’t always know the difference between them. Is one stronger? Is one considered better? When it comes to delta 8 vs delta 10, they are both new ways to get high and access cannabis benefits, but come with a couple important differences. Read on to find out more.

Delta 8 vs delta 10 – What are they?

So, what are these names which have been popping up in corner stores all across America in the last few years, and causing much debate in many states and the federal government over legality issues? Both are considered cannabis cannabinoids, and fit into the cannabinoids market, along with other compounds like HHC, THCO, and CBN. However, this doesn’t mean that they’re both directly extracted from the plant.

Delta 8 can actually be directly extracted from the cannabis plant, because it’s a compound that exists within it. The problem, is that unlike delta 9 and CBD – the two most prevalent cannabinoids, delta 8 shows up in such tiny amounts, that direct extraction in the amount necessary for product production, isn’t possible. Though it is naturally occurring, when we use it in products, we’re using a synthesized form of it, made from CBD or THC (it must come from hemp to at least be somewhat Farm Bill compliant).

Delta 8 THC

On the other side, delta 10 doesn’t occur naturally in the cannabis plant. It’s just not a part of it. The reason we know about it is because it was found by mistake back in 1980. At that time, the California company Fusion Farms was making concentrates, while also dealing with the natural disaster of wildfires in the area. As it happened, when their outdoor supply was contaminated with flame retardant chemicals, the workers began finding crystals of an unfamiliar nature in their product. The crystals were studied and found to be a slightly different compound than standard delta 9.

The difference is a minor one. The same minor different for all delta THCs. Delta 8, delta 9, and delta 10 are all identical except for the placement of a double bond. For delta 8 its on the 8th carbon atom, for delta 9 it on the 9th, and for delta 10 its on the 10th. When looking at delta 7, same concept, the double bond is on the 7th carbon atom. All of these delta compounds, regardless of where the double bond is, have the same chemical formula of: C₂₁H₃₀O₂.

Delta 8 vs delta 10 similarities and differences

These delta THCs are all isomers of each other, which means they have the same chemical formula, with just that one alternation in chemical structure regarding the placement of the double bond. They are also analogues of one-another because they are so closely related structurally and functionally, meaning they have nearly identical medical profiles attached. The general consensus seems to be that they feel about the same, and therefore may possibly be used interchangeably for many medical issues.

One of the main things to understand about these compounds, especially when looking at the differences between them, is that even now, we still don’t know much. This is because there’s still very little official research. When it comes to the effects of delta 8 vs delta 10, nothing online indicates any big difference, yet no study confirms this. The only real evidence is opinions on message boards, and the grand majority show users ultimately have the same experience with both. There are no formal studies of comparison, so those opinions are the best we’ve got. When it comes to delta 10, the research is generally lacking in all categories.

However, delta 8 actually was studied back in the 1900’s, as it was synthesized for the first time when delta 9 was, in the 1960s. By Raphael Mechoulam. At that time, a few things were indicated about it, but without any real follow-up. Beyond the fact it showed useful for cancer, both in fighting the disease, as well as the symptoms like nausea and vomiting (all of which were ignored for decades), there were a few other possible attributes to the compound.

It’s often quoted from research from that time period, that delta 8 is about 2/3 the potency of delta 9, and that it provides a clearer headed high, with less anxiety, and more energy. However, none of this was further proven, and the idea that it might be slightly weaker simply means a person would need to ingest more to reach the same high, not that they can’t. It also could be that only one strain was studied, and that this might not be true of all delta 8 samples. We just don’t know.

Delta 10 THC
Delta 10 THC

When it comes to delta 10, there isn’t much to go on at all. Personal experience seems to be the only indicator, and in terms of my own, I’ve never felt any difference between any of these compounds. At least not more than expected for using different strains, and with different terpene profiles. Though you might find opinions here or there that state (or restate) originally mentioned ideas of one being stronger than the other, or providing a specific benefit, that seems to be more about the hype that occurs when something new enters the market, and nothing more.

One of the issues that delta 10 presents when looking at delta 8 vs delta 10, is that though they are both formulated synthetically, delta 10 comes with the detraction that it requires a catalyst, which in the first place was flame retardant chemicals. I have yet to see a site selling this product that explains a clean way of making it, which means its quite possible that most or all batches are synthesized with dangerous materials.

Delta 8 vs delta 10 legalities

This part gets a bit tricky in some ways, but is more clear cut in others. Both delta 8 and delta 10 are sold in the cannabinoid gray/black market, under the line of legality via the 2018 US Farm Bill. Now, that bill did legalize the cultivation and use of industrial hemp, but it put a very strict definition on the term ‘hemp’, which goes like this:

“…the plant Cannabis Sativa L. and any part of that plant, including the seeds thereof and all derivatives, extracts, cannabinoids, isomers, acids, salts, and salts of isomers, whether growing or not, with a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration of not more than 0.3 percent on a dry weight basis.”

What it doesn’t allow into the definition, is any amount of synthetic processing. So even if the delta 8 and delta 10 you buy came from component parts of the hemp plant, their synthetization would no longer fit under this definition of hemp if any other non-cannabis component was used. This was confirmed in September 2021, when a letter was sent by the DEA to Donna C. Yeatman, R.Ph., the executive secretary of Alabama’s Board of Pharmacy.

It went through different aspects of hemp law, including this statement: “Thus, D8-THC synthetically produced from non-cannabis materials is controlled under the CSA as a “tetrahydrocannabinol.” As in, once it involves anything not from the cannabis plant, like a catalyst, its no longer regulated as hemp, but goes back to regulation as a tetrahydrocannabinol in the Controlled Substance list, meaning being treated as a Schedule I substance.

Cannabis and delta THCs
Cannabis and delta THCs

The thing is, whether something is technically legal or not, is sometimes less important (in terms of ability for sale) then the simple idea of whether anyone will do anything about it. In the case of the cannabinoid market, and the already losing drug war against cannabis, it seems going after this market isn’t easy to do. Thus, allowing it to fit into what I like to call the no-one-will-do-anything-about-it loophole. True legal loophole? No. Loophole that works nonetheless? Yes!

Truth is, its not even for me to sit and say what the final answer on legality is. The fact that there’s a debate at all means there isn’t a legal consensus, or at least, not one being enforced. Different states have taken different measures on their own in legalizing or banning delta 8 and other cannabinoids, but this remains inconsistent between locations across the country.

Some Products to Choose From

Interested in trying Delta 8 or Delta 10 products for yourself? Well we have some great deals for you to choose from below. Check them out and act while supplies last!

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Premium Delta 8 Vape Carts – Only $16 Per Cart!
(Using “delta25” coupon code)

Premium Delta 8 Vape Carts - Only $16 Per Cart!

The best way to get stocked up on Delta 8 THC vape carts is by purchasing one of these bundles! For only $16 each, you can get 6 vape carts, each one in a different delicious flavor: Lemon haze (sativa), gelato (hybrid), strawberry lemonade (sativa) blue dream (sativa), mango kush (indica), and granddaddy purp (indica).

TIP: Use the “Delta25” coupon code and select the 6-pack to get each cart for only $16!

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Infused Delta 8 THC “Cosmic” Rice Krispies Treats!
(Use “Delta30” coupon code to save)

Delicious and potent! 100mg ‘cosmic krispies’ fruit cereal bars. Only $8.39 each when using our coupon code. This is the perfect opportunity to stock up while the prices are low! 

TIP: Use the ‘delta30’ coupon code to get 30% of the listed price!

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VIBIN’ Delta-10 THC Tincture
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If you’re trying to make a decision between delta 8 vs delta 10, the first thing to realize is that they’re not functionally different in terms of how you’ll feel, and I can say that having tried plenty of both. What does affect the experience, is all those other terpenes and cannabinoids involved. This is the same when dealing with delta 9 as well. Think of how much difference there is between indica and sativa strains, and that’s just delta 9. Delta 8 and 10 have all those same variations as well.

Any product you buy with either of these compounds is going to have undergone some amount of processing. Whereas creating delta 8 is not necessarily associated with dangerous catalysts, not as much has been put out about safe ways to make delta 10, and this could be one of the things that separates them most. If you’re looking for a cleaner product, it might be safer to go with delta 8. Is that for sure? Well, in a completely unregulated industry, the answer is unfortunately, no. As with delta 9 however, both compounds seem to be perfectly safe, though this doesn’t necessarily account for processing techniques.

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The Danger of Synthetic Cannabis

On the potentially lethal subject of synthetic weed, the news, since legalization, is better, but still not great.

Though not wholly harmless, cannabis itself hasn’t killed anyone through overdose or misadventure. But cannabis prohibition absolutely has a body count. Between 2016 and 2019, at least 61 Americans died after exposure to synthetic cannabinoids, according to recent research conducted by scientists at Washington State University and published in the journal Clinical Toxicology.

Many more have become violently ill or wracked with disturbing mental or psychological trauma after using synthetic cannabis, with more than 64 percent of 7,600 documented exposures over that time frame requiring medical attention, the study found. (These figures don’t capture the full scope of the problem; synthetic cannabinoids are difficult to detect and use is often only detected after the user is in the hospital or the morgue.)

A broad term used generally to describe a range of potent chemicals, intended to mimic natural plant-based cannabinoids and to bind to many of the same receptors—but in some cases, up to 100 times more powerful; the difference in impact comparable “to the difference between a hose hooked up to a fire hydrant versus a faucet with a slow drip,” in the words of Dr. Patricia Frye, a Maryland-based physician and cannabis expert. “Synthetic cannabis” is banned under federal and most state law. (Plant-derived cannabis products created via chemical synthesis, including Delta-8 THC and Delta-10 THC, aren’t in this product category.)

Though not a priority for law enforcement, who still arrested hundreds of thousands of Americans for marijuana possession in 2020, synthetic cannabis is notorious stuff. Most often appearing in large cities, fake weed was the ultimate culprit behind a so-called “zombie outbreak” in 2016 in New York City, after several dozen people exhibited the same troubling dis-associative symptoms after smoking a particularly nasty “incense” product called “AK-47” Karat Gold.

Why would anyone use such dangerous and toxic stuff? And how can policymakers discourage such self-harm and solve what researchers described to Cannabis Now as a “serious health threat”?

The obvious answer will not shock you.

Nobody Really Likes Synthetic Weed, But…

Initially created in labs to understand how cannabinoid receptors work, synthetic cannabis was never intended for use in humans. And perhaps owing to the nasty side effects, synthetic cannabis use isn’t widespread.

Natural cannabis is far more popular. Even the estimated 0.2 to 0.4 percent of the population who do admit to using synthetic weed say they’d prefer natural cannabis.

However, there’s some societal “encouragement” for synthetic cannabis use: synthetic weed prohibition turns out to be difficult to enforce. Synthetic cannabis doesn’t contain THC. Users won’t show THC metabolites on a urine screening, and so drug tests can’t detect synthetic cannabis, the study noted. Thus, anyone in a position to want a buzz and avoid punishment for weed, including US service members, may decide that fake cannabis is worth the risk.

Users profiled in another recent study, from researchers based in Spain, confirm this ready common-sense explanation: Because drug tests don’t search for synthetic cannabinoids, meaning people worried about losing employment, housing, or other opportunities for a positive drug test are willing to risk serious consequences to achieve something like a weed-like buzz.

In other words, drug laws encourage drug users to risk great bodily and mental harm they wouldn’t otherwise risk. They say so themselves.

Synthetic cannabinoids “exist as a by-product of prohibition,” said Dr. Ethan Russo, a physician, neurologist and prominent researcher and author.

“Following the law of unintended consequences, the continued pervasiveness of urine drug screening for employment has stimulated the popular appeal of synthetic cannabinoids, which are not detectable on routine laboratory tests,” Russo told Cannabis Now. “The result is considerable attendant morbidity and mortality.”

In some places, this situation is getting worse. According to the researchers’ findings, published in the journal Frontiers in Psychiatry, “synthetic cannabinoids are increasingly gaining popularity and replacing traditional cannabis.”

However, that’s not the case in the US, where a simple and popular policy intervention leads to a decline in synthetic cannabinoid exposure (and related deaths and hospitalizations) of more than 37%. Only 5.5% of the synthetic cannabinoid poisonings tracked in the study occurred in states with legalization laws.

This magic public-health solution is allowing people to use cannabis safely and legally.

With Synthetic Cannabis, Legalization Saves Lives

As the Washington state researchers noted, synthetic cannabinoid exposures declined in the US starting in 2016—the same year that four states (California, Maine, Massachusetts and Nevada) legalized adult-use cannabis for adults 18 and over.

Of the exposures that were recorded, most–-56%–-occurred in states “with restrictive cannabis policies at the time of the exposure,” the researchers wrote. When a state passed a law with a more “permissive cannabis policy,” synthetic cannabinoid exposures reduced by 37%, they added.

This amounted to an “association” between “liberal policies (legalization) for natural cannabis and declines in reported synthetic cannabinoid poisonings,” they concluded. “This finding suggests a potential effect of policy change on substance use behaviors that may have long-term public health implications.”

Tracy Klein, the lead researcher and a professor in Washington State University’s College of Nursing, didn’t respond to a request for comment. But other experts, including Frye and Russo and Peter Grinspoon, a Boston-based physician and lecturer at Harvard Medical School, accepted the findings as a strong endorsement for cannabis legalization as a public-health intervention.

Synthetic cannabis harms people, but people don’t want to use it when natural cannabis is available. When natural cannabis is available, people don’t use it. Legalization saves lives. Could there be a simpler proposition?

“The rules of society have created this problem,” Russo said, “one that should no longer exist once a legal and regulated market for cannabis is established.”

“Legalizing cannabis, in the adult-use market, would certainly eliminate the need for experimenting with these potentially deadly chemicals,” Frye said.

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Learn All About High-Potency Cannabinoids and the Products Containing Them  

In today’s cannabis market – at the very least, in states that don’t have legal recreational weed – high-potency products containing blends of extra strong cannabinoids and gaining popularity. But what exactly are these new compounds? Are they natural or synthetic? What makes them different from one another? And what kind of products contain them? Scroll down to learn all about high-potency products.

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What are high-potency cannabis products? 

High-potency cannabis products are just that, consumer weed products that contain the more psychoactive compounds found in the cannabis plant, as well as some new, synthetic variations. The two categories of cannabinoids that actually produce these type of effects are THCs (tetrahydrocannabinols) and HHCs (hexahydrocannabinols).  

When it comes to high-potency cannabis products, they can fall into one of three categories: products that contain only one high-potency cannabinoid, such as THC-P only products. You can also have products with a blend of high-potency cannabinoids, like THC-O, Delta 10, THCjd, and THCh mixed together. Or, you can have a product with very high concentrations of any psychoactive cannabinoid, like edibles with 100mg or more of delta 9 per serving.  

Typically, high-potency products consist of vapes, edibles, and concentrates. Flower products can be infused with stronger cannabinoids, but they still are not usually considered high-potency, because there really is a limit to how high one can get on smokables.  

More about THCs and HHCs 

First, let’s quickly review THCs. There are a total of at least 15 that we know of. There are 4 major types of THC that are naturally occurring in the plant: THCA, THCV, Delta 8 THC and Delta 9 THC. Then, we have a few synthetics like THC-O and Delta 10. And we also have some very trace cannabinoids (those that show up in very low amounts) like THCP. And then we have a whole slew of new THCs that very little remains known about, and these include THCjd and THCh.

We also have one, naturally occurring endocannabinoid that is in the family of THCs, and that’s 11-hydroxy THC. This is not a cannabinoid per se, but a metabolite that our body creates when we digest different types of THC. So, if you’re eating naturally occurring THCs, like Delta 8 or Delta 9, the effects in our bodies will be the same, because they are all converted to 11-hydroxy THC. Synthetic THCs may have different effects, this has not been thoroughly studied.  

Now, on to HHCs. There are way less HHCs than THCs, so at least it doesn’t get very confusing here. With hexahydrocannabinols we have HHC, HHC-O, and HHC-P. There is a biologically active naturally occurring (−)-hexahydrocannabinol, as well as its synthetic enantiomer (+)-hexahydrocannabinol. The synthetic HHC, which can be found in spice, has the chemical formula: 9-Nor-9β-hydroxyhexahydrocannabinol, and the natural variety, found in trace amounts in cannabis pollen, goes by the formula: 6aR,9R,10aR-Hexahydrocannabinol. 

Both HHC-O and HHC-P are synthetic. HHC-O is the acetate version of HHC. HHC-P has the same alkaline chain as HHC but with two extra carbons included. The addition of these extra carbons is believed to enhance its ability to bind to cannabinoid receptors in the human body – but again, much of this research is extremely new and limited.  

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Minnesota Accidentally Legalizes Edibles 

Minnesota accidentally legalized cannabis edibles as part of a regulatory overhaul on July 1, 2022. State legislators passed a law allowing the sale of products containing “non-intoxicating cannabinoids.” But the law includes a loophole that essentially legalizes all forms of THC edibles. At least one Republican state senator has come forward, admitting it was a […]

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Future of Delta 8 THC vape laws after Juul ban

Cannabinoid and nicotine products differ from one another — from ‘cultivation’ to their pharmaceutical effects. Certain governments have, however, regulated the two hand in hand. Consider the Agencies’ general overbearing sense of duty. Will the FDA’s recent ban on products by Juul indicate future vape laws regarding minor cannabinoids, such as delta 8 THC? Newly […]

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What Does Federal Appeals Court Ruling Mean for Delta-8 THC?

Delta-8 THC gets a lot of attention as an intoxicating cannabis agent, that’s separate from the delta-9 we know and love. Now this attention has expanded to a federal court, which may, or may not, push Congress to do something to clarify. So, what’s the deal with the recent federal appeals court ruling, and what does it mean for the future of delta-8 THC?

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The ruling

First and foremost, when getting into a lawsuit, it’s important to know what the lawsuit is about. Not everything is a criminal trial, or involves someone getting busted for using a drug. Though court cases often spawn inflammatory headlines, the actual case doesn’t always match the hype of the headlines. If the goal is to understand the world around, then these discrepancies are wildly important.

That said, the reason this came up, is because the company AK Futures took the company Boyd Street Distro to court on trademark infringement charges, saying Boyd Street Distro was selling counterfeit versions of AK Futures’ delta-8 “Cake” vape carts.

Why does this matter to the rest of us? Because you can’t trademark an illegal product. Therefore, a federal appeals court ruling of 3-0 by the The Ninth Circuit panel in San Francisco, that AK Futures can trademark the delta-8 vapes, means that it’s saying those vape carts are legal. However, this is still only a trademark case, not a case meant to set case law for the use of delta-8 products, which it most certainly did not do. The FDA regulates all consumable products, so though it might be legal to have and produce these vape carts according to the judgment, the ruling makes no decision on the legality of using them.

If this sounds weird, or even a bit silly and backwards, it most certainly is! But it’s also not uncommon, and highlights the contradictory nature of many laws. For example, magic mushroom spores are legal to buy and sell in most places because they don’t have psilocybin and psilocin in them, yet it’s illegal to grow them into mushrooms. Or check out the country Georgia, where cannabis is legal for use, but not to buy, sell, or grow. A similar issue to the latter shows up in tons of places, like Italy, where possession of cannabis is illegal, but use is not.

Technically, the court is saying that because the 2018 Farm Bill opened the door to hemp derivatives, that delta-8 is therefore a legal, and trademarkable product. This does go in contrast to recent actions taken by the FDA, in which letters were sent out specifically to delta-8 companies, telling them to stop illegal operations. But there are some things to consider when looking at a news story like this, because when it comes to the biggest issue regarding whether delta-8 products should be considered legal, it doesn’t touch the subject, because it wasn’t a part of the case.

What the ruling DOESN’T do

The ruling in no way legalizes use of delta-8 THC on a federal level, or on any specific state level. In fact, it makes no mention of this at all, as this was not what the suit was about. Lawsuits are specific, and generally geared to one particular point. The suit was only about one company’s ability to trademark a product, with the implications of what a trademark means for product legality as a corresponding aspect.

The other thing it most certainly didn’t do, is attack the idea of synthetically-made vs directly-extracted. When dealing with delta-8 THC, there are some basic things that should be understood, but which get incredibly confused in the press. The term ‘hemp-derived’, should mean ‘naturally-derived’, and that’s what’s it’s being sold as, as a way to say that delta-8 THC can come from a direct extraction of the hemp plant.

But the reality is that delta-8 is naturally produced in such tiny amounts that no delta-8 product sold is extracted from hemp directly. Instead they are all synthesized, making them ‘synthetically-derived’.

This is an important clarification, because whether or not you want to argue that delta-8 is legal under the Farm Bill, this would never account for synthetic versions. Synthetics are not a part of the Farm Bill, as the definition of ‘hemp’ only accounts for that which is derived directly from the plant. The moment synthetic processing comes in to create the compound, it’s no longer a product of hemp, and does not fall under the definition of hemp. Analogues of Schedule I substances are automatically Schedule I as well under the Federal Analogue Act.

hemp-derived delta-8 vs synthetic

The ruling made no mention of this, because it wasn’t a court case meant to examine the specifics of delta-8 production, or anything that goes with that. It therefore wasn’t important to this specific court if either company was making a real delta-8 product or a synthetic one, and since both sides can only be selling synthetics, it wasn’t a point either would want to enter into the argument, as it’s a reason for both sides to lose.

The court ruled on the idea of naturally-occurring delta-8 THC, but went no further to verify that the products were indeed direct extractions of the hemp plant. Which is partly because there’s no system of regulation set up to do so. No testing requirements exist, since apart from this ruling, it’s never been considered a trademarked, or officially legal, product before.

Does the ruling change anything?

Depends how you look at it. Delta-8 products are being sold regardless. They have been for a while now, and will continue to be. In fact, this will probably go on as long as consumers want to buy the products, and recent moves through Shopify and outgoing FDA letters haven’t stopped anything, even if losing Shopify did hurt sales a little (this is speculation as almost no sales data exists). The biggest thing the delta-8 industry has to deal with is the standard weed industry, whether legal or illegal, as most prefer the real thing. But that has nothing to do with the circus going on right now.

In terms of use, nothing was changed or legalized, so on a formal legal front, nothing is different for consumers. What the vape carts are expected to be for, if not for consumable use, is a great question, but their existence and ability for trademark does nothing to allow their legal use internally. In that sense, the industry trucks on how it’s been, and nothing is different at all.

But it does do something… The main line from federal government agencies is that delta-8 THC is illegal, hence the letters just sent out. And this ruling is a chink in the armor of that argument because it’s saying the products themselves are legal, and so is the ability to trademark them.

Much like inconsistent weed laws that allow use and not possession or sale, this judgement now does the same, saying delta-8 THC products are legal, even if you can’t consume them legally. Of course, we could then ask, ‘why would anyone want them?’, but I guess that becomes a question for another time.

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How the federal government will react presents an interesting story to follow. If it does nothing, it knows that chink in the armor will grow bigger. And if it fights it outwardly and publicly, it might have a big old losing battle on its hands. Perhaps that was even incentive for the federal appeals court ruling, in that the judges are probably aware of the difficultly of this situation for the federal government, and that their trademark case law for delta-8, could therefore stand.

For whatever reason they ruled, they made this statement, which sounds a bit taunting to me, “Regardless of the wisdom of legalizing delta-8 THC products, this court will not substitute its own policy judgment for that of Congress.” And that if there’s an issue with this, “then it is for Congress to fix its mistake.” If nothing else, it makes a statement that the court system does not feel the need to uphold Congress’ desires, which given the controversial nature of the subject, could make for some interesting cases in the future.


Most headlines make this story seem like more than it is, but it’s not nothing. Often change comes in small increments, and this ruling might represent one of those increments. The federal appeals court ruling did not legalize the consumable use of delta-8 THC, but it did rule that it’s a legal product, and one that can be trademarked.

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Simply Crafted CBD’s Potent Promise

Simply Crafted is on a mission to provide the best possible hemp-derived products at an affordable price. The Minnesota-based company is home to the state’s largest selection of high-quality smokable hemp flower and a range of other hemp-derived CBD products that focus on supporting customers through every step of their wellness journey.

Simply Crafted believes that the healing power of hemp should be accessible to everyone. To that end, the company was founded in 2019 to provide natural remedies to help with an array of ailments. They focus on developing products that are full-spectrum and contain minor cannabinoids while maximizing terpene retention during the extraction process.

“We believe hemp flower, CBD and other industrial hemp-derived products should be sold responsibly and ethically,” Amanda Stead, founder of Simply Crafted said in a press release.

 “That’s why we rigorously test all of our flower and hemp products to ensure they’re in full compliance with the 2018 Farm Bill.”

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Simply Crafted works with local sustainable and organic farms to ensure only premium hemp flower is used to create its range of THC and CBD products, including gummies, pre-rolls, vape pens and water-soluble syrups all designed to meet your health and wellness needs.

The brand also offers a wide range of some of the most potent delta-8 edibles currently on the market. The 2018 Farm Bill made hemp and hemp-derived cannabinoids like delta-9 and delta-8 THC legal in all 50 states as long as the product contains at or below 0.3% THC.

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You might be wondering how the gummies can be so potent while pertaining to the aforementioned legal THC amounts. It’s simple math, really. Simply Crafted infuses THC from locally sourced organic hemp into its gummies that weigh in at 4500 mg each (10mg of THC in a gummy that weighs 4500 mg means that there’s far less than 0.3% THC content per gummy). And they didn’t stop there—each gummy is also infused with 10mg of CBD to round out the efficacy of the gummy and provide added therapeutic benefits.

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Delta-8 products have taken the cannabis industry by storm. The naturally occurring cannabinoid is produced as a byproduct of “regular” THC, also known as delta-9 THC. When delta-9 THC is destroyed or degraded by the sun or the passage of time, it might transform into delta-8 THC. The key distinction between delta-8 and delta-9 THC is that delta-8 feels more like THC light. That is, it has the same effects of THC—euphoria, relaxation and overall mood enhancer—but on a more pared-back level.

The customizable dosage of the Simply Crafted Delta-8 THC Syrup makes it perfect for all levels of cannabis experience. Note that high bioavailability and rapid absorption will have you feeling the effects quicker, reducing the risk of over-consumption. The syrup is available in four flavors, including raspberrylemonmango and sugar-free.

Giving Back

One of the Simply Crafted brand pillars is educating customers and the wider community, and advocating for cannabis law reform. The company proudly supports NORML and the Last Prisoner Project in their endeavors to change US cannabis policies and is a member of the National Cannabis Industry Association and the Hemp Industries Association.

Simply Crafted is your one-stop shop for vapes, glass, accessories and a huge selection of unique CBD, CBG, CBN, delta-8 and hemp-derived delta-9 THC products. All products are rigorously third-party tested in federally regulated, ISO certified labs to give customers complete peace of mind. Simply Crafted also offers a 100% money-back guarantee. This means you can buy delta-8 edibles and more from its Minnesota store, or online if you are out state.

“Our passion for excellence has driven us from the beginning, and continues to drive us into the future,” Stead said.

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