Live Resin – The Cold Cannabis Concentrate

As the cannabis industry gets bigger, new methods come out to extract compounds better, or create stronger concentrates. This is the case with live resin concentrate, the first concentrate to be made using the benefit of well-below-freezing temperatures.

There are so many ways to consume cannabis products, from live resin concentrate to shatter to delta-8 THC. While the first two are generally high in delta-9 THC, delta-8 THC products provide users with an alternate form of THC which causes less anxiety and paranoia, and gives a clear-headed, energetic high. Some might even say this makes it the superior THC. We’ve got really great delta-8 THC deals for you to try this new version of THC, to see if it’s the better THC for you.

What are concentrates?

Cannabis concentrates are all the rage these days, but what does this actually mean? A concentrate is the final product of an extraction process in which specific parts of the plant are distilled down to a condensed level. Concentrates are made to contain the trichomes of the plant, the part that holds cannabinoids and terpenes, (or just the cannabinoids and terpenes from inside), without the rest of the plant material. There are different kinds of concentrates that can be made from cannabis. Most of them are nearly the same except for small differences in texture, strength, and what solvent/extraction method is used. Examples of concentrates are:

  • Wax – An extract made by rinsing cannabis with a solvent like butane. It can be as high as 90% THC, and usually has at least 70% THC. Much like the name implies, the consistency is gooey, or syrup-like, and the color is opaque.
  • Shatter – Another concentrate made using solvents like butane or another hydrocarbon. (When butane is used, it’s called butane hash oil). The solvent is pushed through a container with the cannabis, where it strips the plant of its compounds like THC and CBD, and then is refined further if necessary. In the end, excess solvent is purged out using a vacuum chamber. The primary difference between shatter and wax, is in the consistency. Shatter is hard and brittle like glass.
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  • Hash oil – This term is for oils that are extracted using solvents. This can be done with alcohol, carbon dioxide, or butane – which creates butane hash oil. Depending on the consistency of the final product, and the solvent used, hash oil can fit into other categories of concentrates.

What is live resin?

Most other concentrates besides live resin are made in similar fashions, and sometimes vary from each other in nothing more than consistency. Live resin concentrate is a bit different, however, because the process to create it is not like the other concentrates. Live resin concentrate is made using cryogenic temperatures in a closed-loop system.

A closed-loop system is a system/device/set of devices, that can operate automatically to regulate a process to get to a desired result. It can do so without human interaction, which is the opposite of an open-loop system, which requires human input. It also indicates a loop structure, meaning the process ends at the same place it begins. Many concentrates are made on a closed-loop system, but what sets live resin concentrate apart from other concentrates, is that it is extracted in sub-zero temperatures, using the freezing temperature to help preserve plant constituents. Live resin is also created using a solvent like butane, but because of the low temperature, terpenes and other plant materials, are not ruined by heat.

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Live resin is generally dark yellow in color, with a consistency somewhere in between the more solid waxes, and the less solid oils, though the exact consistency will depend on the product and provider. Live resin, like other concentrates, is very sticky, and requires a dab tool in order to not end up being covered by it.

How is live resin made?

The process for creating live resin goes like this: freshly harvested plants are immediately frozen down to -292 F. This includes the entire plant, with no leaves, stalks, or branches removed. For this reason, it’s considered a ‘full spectrum’ process. Creating live resin is a more difficult and expensive process than creating other concentrates, because of the use of cryogenic temperatures.

To create live resin, butane or propane is cooled to a cryogenic level in one tank, and then pressurized and pushed through another tank which contains the cannabis. As with other extractions, the solvent dissolves the trichomes in order to bond directly with the terpenes and cannabinoids housed inside. It carries this material with it into another tank where it releases other accumulated material like waxes, fats, and lipids. From that tank it goes to another tank where its heated to remove the butane in a ‘purging’ session, which leaves behind a concentrated oil. Remaining solvent is filtered back through a tube to the first tank from which it started, ending the closed-loop cycle.

At this time, the resin has been left in a volatile state, meaning it has a high vapor pressure, with low water solubility. This makes it easy to vaporize. Remaining C02 molecules are vapored out, leaving just live resin at the end. The finished concentrate is often less than 4% of its original weight.

Why cold is beneficial

The idea of using cold to preserve things is hardly new at all. Everyone has a freezer, and we already know that nearly anything can be frozen and then thawed, like meat, veggies, bread, dairy products like ice cream, soups, fruit…and even batteries. (In terms of batteries, this only goes for NiCd and NiMH rechargeable batteries.)

Using freezing temperatures does two different things that are both beneficial for food, as well as cannabis and extracts. The first is that it works to preserve food and the nutrient content therein. Food biodegrades over time, and this process starts right after a plant is harvested (or the animal killed), and can go pretty fast. Think about the short period of time it takes for your bananas to become brown. And then black. Sometimes only days. Freezing essentially stops things in motion, freezing a product into its current state, and allowing it to remain that way. This helps slow down or stop the process of degradation and maintain the nutrients in food.

Freezing also does another thing, it keeps pests and microbes from getting into your food. This is important when considering bacteria like salmonella, and the accompanying food-poison it can cause, or thinking about why bread gets moldy so fast. It’s also why I put honey in the refrigerator, so I don’t find ants crawling up the side of the jar. Freezing creates an unhospitable environment for these life forms, and allows you to keep your food longer without having them in it. It should be remembered that freezing rarely kills microbes, but puts them in a dormant state where they can’t cause harm. When thawed, they can come out and multiply again.

Fresh frozen cannabis

Much like the idea of freezing cannabis to create an extract with less damage to constituent parts, cannabis can actually just be frozen on its own to reap the same general benefits. The term ‘fresh frozen cannabis’ describes cannabis that is harvested, has its leaves, branches and stems removed, and then is put immediately into a freezer set at -38 degrees F. The buds are generally put in vacuum seal bags, and weighed out to a precise amount before storage. The idea is to get the plants in the freezer within an hour of them being cut.

This is very different from a standard harvesting process which includes cutting the plant, taking off stems, leaves, and stalks, and then curing it by hanging it for an extended period of time to dry it out, before storing it in an airtight container. During this process, light, heat, mold, and standard degradation can effect the cannabis, sometimes even ruining the product.

Frozen cannabis

Many producers choose to freeze their harvests right away now. This is beneficial considering that supply often exceeds demand, and producers are left with more product than they can immediately move. Keeping it frozen helps preserve the product until it can be sold, or processed into something else. The freezing process also reduces the amount of time necessary for harvesting, since the whole drying out part is removed.

Live resin brands to try

If you’re excited to try out this new concentrate, you have several options for companies and product types. Live resin can be vaped in a cartridge, with the following top companies offering live resin cartridges: Binske, MPX, AiroPro, Remedy, and Fuze. Then there’s live resin sugar, a delicious way to consume live resin, with companies like Apothecary Farms whipping up fresh frozen extracts in their Ambrosia Line.

Interested users should also check out the 2015 Oregon Dope Cup People’s Choice Award for Live Resin winner Dirty Ant Farm (also the 2016 runner-up in the same category). And for people who like their concentrates to come in gummy form, there’s PotMates, which produces Alien Food Gummies, a sweet live resin concentrate treat.

Conclusion

At this point, there are tons of ways to ingest cannabis, from the plant itself, to any number of extracts that can be gotten out of it. Live resin concentrate represents a new type of processing, and the employment of different technology to make it happen. Live resin and fresh frozen cannabis together illustrate well how cold can be used to create strong, less damaged concentrates, that contain more of the stuff we want from the plant.

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Top Hemp and CBD Gifts for Mother’s Day

In honor of all the moms out there, we’ve curated a special list of hemp-based products mothers will surely swoon over. High-quality CBD topicals always make for a nice gift, but Mom also deserves a thoughtful gesture—a massage at her favorite spa, breakfast in bed, a relaxing afternoon to herself, or maybe just spending some time together.

Along with premium, best-in class CBD products, this list also features fun hemp-related products along with ideas for incorporating the benefits of CBD into a memorable Mother’s Day. From waking up on Sunday morning, to falling asleep at night, the mom in your life will be feeling the love.

1. Cannabis Leaf Waffle Maker by Waffleye

Wake Mom up this Mother’s Day with cannabis-themed waffles. The Waffleye Waffle Maker features a large cannabis leaf design and adds some fun and creativity to breakfast, regardless of whether you infuse your waffles with cannabis or not. If she likes to wake and bake, be sure to check out Waffleye’s cannabis-infused recipes, ranging from easy to more difficult. Top it off with this pure, grade-A CBD maple syrup by Northwoods Maple Farm for an added treat.

2. CBD Coffee by Strava

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Strava’s specialty coffee is infused with broad-spectrum CBD for a delicious cup of joe that delivers energy, focus and alertness without the jitters. Whole bean, K-Cup or Nespresso formats make it easy for you to prepare her favorite way. Strava coffee is available in three different strengths of CBD (4mg, 10mg, and 20 mg) so that you can make Mom the perfect morning cup. Not only are the beans delicious and sustainably sourced, but we love how the synergy of CBD and caffeine sets you up for an energetic, fulfilling day, and we think she will too.

3. Italian Sparkling Rose & Prosecco by Weed Cellars

Weed Cellars Sparking Rose and Prosecco

Whether it’s breakfast in bed with mimosas, or an afternoon soaking up the sun and sipping on rose that she wants, Weed Cellars has you covered. This fun brand name reflects the changing times, but none of their products contain THC or CBD. Their sparkling rose and prosecco are produced from Glera grapes in Friuli, Italy—an ideal location for sparkling wines. At $12.99/bottle, both styles showcase a full range of flavors at an affordable price point. Not too dry and not too sweet, these wines hit the mark.

4. Farming Sleeves & Apron by Farmers Defense

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Maybe your mom’s not the type who likes to sit still and be pampered. That’s okay. Gift her farming sleeves and a durable farmers apron, designed for trimming, gardening and any other plant work. Equipped with multiple pockets, including a double-lined canvas pocket for shears, this apron will help keep her comfortable and organized so she can stay focused on enjoying her time outside, where she loves to be.  The sleeves offer extra protection, and new floral patterns just dropped for the ladies.

5. Releaf Body Oil by Papa & Barkley

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Treating your mom to a massage is a no-brainer if you want her to take some relaxing time for herself. Go a step further and consider giving her Papa & Barkley’s Releaf CBD Body Oil, which she can use at home or bring to her massage for a truly indulgent experience. Great for post-workout recovery, soothing aching muscles and promoting healthy skin, this body oil glides on easily and absorbs quickly. She will most definitely be thanking you later.

6. CBD Bath Soaks by Not Pot

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Hopefully the mom in your life is getting some time for herself this Mother’s Day. Maybe she likes to get some movement in with a long run, yoga class, or HIIT workout. Help her wind down post-workout with Not Pot’s CBD Muscle Soak. The muscle-relieving combination of peppermint essential oil, epsom salt, dead sea salt and 300mg of sustainably sourced CBD will melt away any tension and soothe muscles. Bundle it with Not Pot’s Sleep Soak, which is perfect for releasing anxiety and preparing mind and body for a night of restful sleep after a long day.

7. Releaf Drops by Papa & Barkley

As the saying goes, “moms have the toughest job in the world.” Make it easier on her with Papa & Barkely’s Releaf Drops, made to provide daily stress relief and relaxation. This tincture also aids with mental focus and clarity, as well as help falling and staying asleep. Made from simple, all-natural ingredients grown on Colorado farms, this tincture has a rich, earthy flavor and is easy on the palette.

8. CBD Cool Stick by Wildflower

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Wildflower’s CBD Cool Stick offers quick and convenient relief from muscle, joint, inflammation and back pain. Once applied to the affected area, the unique blend of therapeutic ingredients will immediately cool and soothe. Available in 300mg and 150mg strengths of broad-spectrum CBD, this is a great product for moms of all ages to have on-hand. A true life saver for nagging pain, Wildflower’s Cool Stick will help her to stay present on the things that matter to her. 

9. Luxury Beauty Serum by Saint Jane

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Help Mom look and feel her best with Saint Jane’s Luxury Beauty Serum. Deemed a cult favorite, this award-winning serum has been called “the holy grail of face oils.” Packed with clean botanicals, rich active nutrients and soothing hemp extract, this all-in-one calming and anti-aging treatment hydrates while reducing irritation and visibly improving redness and fine lines.

10. CBD Melatonin Tablets by TIKVA

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Everyone deserves a good night’s sleep, but especially Mom. There are a lot of CBD products to help ease the mind and prepare for slumber, but we think TIKVA’s CBD Melatonin Tablets are especially effective, thanks to their partnership with Panaxia Pharmaceuticals. CBD and melatonin synergistically work together so that you can fall asleep easily, stay asleep all night and wake up feeling refreshed. Formulated by PhD’s, the tablet form also offers an easy way to add the benefits of CBD to her wellness routine—something to keep in mind if your mom is new to hemp

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Why Cannabis Edibles Don’t Work For Some People

Cannabis edibles are trending big time. Not only do they offer many advantages that smoking simply does not, such as added discretion and no carcinogens, but for most users, they also provide a much more potent and long-lasting high. Unfortunately for some people, edibles just don’t work… at all.

This can leave a consumer with many questions. Are the edibles bad or is there anther reason why they’re ineffective? Can someone be immune to cannabis edibles? Surprisingly, yes, this is possible; and it relates to the complex way in which our bodies absorb and metabolize cannabinoids.

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The difference between edibles and other consumption methods

Let’s start with the basics… why do cannabis edibles affect our bodies so differently than smoking or vaping? Just like anything else that goes through our digestive systems, cannabis edibles need to metabolize before the effects can be felt. It’s not an instant sensation like the aforementioned alternatives would be and it can take anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours to kick in, but the effects last much longer.

Food and supplements need to be processed by the liver, meaning more of the cannabinoid will be filtered out of your system because of the slower absorption time. There are also some individual factors that impact the onset and intensity of the effects, such as the specific cannabinoid consumed or a person’s metabolism.

Take THC for example; whether you’re consuming Delta 8 or Delta 9, the body processes all tetrahydrocannabinols the same, by converting them to a metabolite known as 11-hydroxy-THC. This process is known as first-pass metabolism. According to neuroscientist and medical cannabis adviser, Dr. Adie Rae, “The liver is responsible for this transformation, and specifically, the drug-metabolizing enzyme known as cytochrome P2C9 or CYP2C9. Even when you smoke, your liver still sees some delta-9 and turns it into 11-hydroxy-THC, but you get way more 11-OH when you eat cannabis.”  

When it comes to other cannabinoids, they also produced metabolites as well. Most abundant are hydroxylated 7-COOH metabolites, which are derivatives of CBD/cannabidiol. Like THC, CBD has first-pass effects in the liver. However, our bodies absorb these metabolites differently, and unlike THC, a large portion of CBD is excreted unchanged in the feces. So in other words, when you consumes a CBD edible, a significant portion of the active cannabinoid is going straight to your bowels, waiting to be wasted.  

You will still feel the effects of CBD even orally, but it will take a while longer and won’t be anywhere near as noticeable as the effects from a THC edibles, psychotropic activity notwithstanding. However, the effects you do feel will last much longer than if you had inhaled the CBD, and that rings true with any orally administered cannabinoid.

There are numerous benefits to choosing edibles over smokeables. First and foremost is the impact on your health. When you smoke – anything, cannabis included – you’re exposing your body to carcinogens and other harmful chemicals. Another reason people might choose edibles is because of the long-lasting effects. If you’re using cannabis to manage a chronic condition like ongoing pain, anxiety, etc., it makes more sense to eat an edible a few times a day as opposed to finding somewhere that you can smoke or vape every hour or two. They’re also more discreet, making them easier to travel with and use on the go or in the workplace.

Are some people immune to cannabis edibles?

Technically, yes. Because edibles can be so discreet, potent, and beneficial, many people find themselves seriously disappointment when they take some and realize they don’t work for them. Obviously there is no exact number on this, but even in my personal life I’ve met quite a few people who say they don’t feel anything when they use edibles, myself included.

Ok, to be fair, I wouldn’t say I don’t feel anything… but I definitely don’t experience any type of psychoactive effects. When I use edibles, I feel really tired and nothing more. Estimates indicate that anywhere from 10-15% of cannabis user do NOT experience the desired effects from cannabis edibles, and we can thank our intricate and complicated digestive systems for that.

Research shows that the effectiveness of cannabinoids administered orally can vary based on numerous different factors. Generally speaking, when people are unable to process cannabis edibles it can be narrowed down to one of two complications: digestion/absorption issues or metabolic issues.

Digestive issues

Sometimes, using cannabis for Gastrointestinal disorders can be a bit of a catch 22. On one hand, cannabis can be extremely helpful for someone suffering from these conditions; on the other hand, GI issues can often have a negative impact on how the body digests and absorbs cannabinoids. If a person is unable to absorb fats and nutrients, it’s highly likely that they will not be able to absorb cannabinoids either.

Disorders that can affect how your body absorbs and digests cannabis include: Fat malabsorption syndrome, Irritable bowel disease, Irritable bowel syndrome, gallbladder removal surgery, Lipase deficiency, Pancreatic issues, Issues with bile production, Cystic fibrosis, Chronic diarrhea, or history of other GI surgery.

Additionally, several medications are known to affect digestion and absorption as well. Just think about how many medicines you’ve come across in life that list “gas, bloating, constipation, diarrhea, nausea, etc.,” as possible side effects. This applies to both pharmaceuticals and over-the-counter medications.

Metabolic issues 

Another possible scenario is that metabolic issues are hindering your body’s ability to process cannabinoids. When using edibles, the cannabinoids are metabolized in the liver before being dispersed into your bloodstream. To be fully processed, the cannabinoids must pass through the incredibly complex CYP450 metabolic pathway, in which metabolic enzymes are produced to help our bodies further utilize certain compounds.

If a person’s body produces too little or too many CYP enzymes, they won’t be able to properly metabolize cannabis products. Some will metabolize them too quickly or too slowly so they won’t be able to properly take effect, others won’t metabolize them at all.

There are many conditions that can affect metabolic enzyme production. According to research from Prof of Pot, one of the reasons could be genetic. “There is a very strong genetic component that influences cannabis metabolism. These genetic components are the reason each individual responds to cannabis so differently. Some people are considered rapid cannabis metabolizers, while others are ultra-slow metabolizers. How your body processes cannabis could be genetic.”

Other elements that could work against your metabolism include age, muscle mass, diet and medications, age, hormone function and production, level of physical activity, and environmental factors such as temperature.

Could it be something else?

The good news is, aside from the above health conditions, there are some simple issues that could be preventing you from experiencing cannabis edibles to their fullest. One of the most obvious being that the dosage is too low, in which case, just find products with a higher concentration of cannabinoids and if that’s not possible, simply eat a few extra.

Assuming you’ve already taken that into account, then you can consider another common issue – maybe you’re using the wrong type of edible. All edibles are made with different strains, meaning they have a different blend of terpenes, minor cannabinoids and other compounds. If you’ve been trying mostly the same types of products to no avail, it might be time to start looking at some different brands and really learning more about the specific ingredients in each edible you’re trying.

And finally, another common issue I hear about is people trying to take edibles on an empty stomach. This is something I typically run into with recreational users rather than medical ones. It’s a commonly held belief that if you’re drinking to get drunk, the quickest way to achieve that is by drinking on an empty stomach, and many people apply the same principal to cannabis.

However, when it comes to edibles, it doesn’t work quite the same way. Yes, the cannabinoids will be processed faster if you take your edible on an empty stomach, but that’s not necessarily a good thing. Again, with cannabis edibles, absorption time and metabolism are everything. If your body metabolizes cannabinoids too quickly, you won’t get the desired effects. Try eating a nice meal, drink some water, and think of the edibles as an ultra-relaxing dessert.

Final thoughts

For some people, edibles simply don’t work no matter what they do. Just like certain types of conventional medications don’t work for everyone – for example, I don’t do well with antibiotics – cannabis edibles don’t work for everyone either. Some patients claim to benefit from dietary supplements (Lipase specifically), or by making sure to accompany their edibles with an additional fat.

If nothing helps, you might want to try a sublingual tincture, nasal spray, or vaping. You could also try speaking to your local dispensary workers or even check out a cannabis helpline to see what options might be more suitable for you.

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It’s official! We have a winner of the ARCannabis Cup

If you’re following the retailer ARCannabis on Instagram, you most likely know about the huge hype they created with their ARCannabis Cup. But how did they create all of this excitement? Who did the consumers crown as the champion of the ARCannabis Cup? And How successful was the tournament actually? To answer these questions, we […]

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Here are 3 solutions to common cannabis suppository problems

When the average person thinks about ingesting medical cannabis, few imagine using it rectally (via cannabis suppositories). But if you’re really sick or dealing with a serious illness, that’s exactly what you should do. Unfortunately, some people get put off because of issues they run into, but troubleshooting how to properly use rectal cannabis suppositories […]

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Sparing 420, Vape Ban Goes Into Full Effect 4/27

Out of all the major couriers, United States Postal Service had the latest cutoff date before the looming vape ban goes into effect. But here we are, the time has finally come and we’re now just shy of a week before we can no longer order vape products with the same ease and low prices that we’ve grown accustomed to.

At least they let us have 420, right? Already, Fedex, UPS, and a few other delivery services have began regulating the shipment of vape products under the new PACT Act, and the USPS is set to join them in about 1 week. As part of the amended PACT (Prevent All Human Trafficking) Act, the deliver of “ENDS” products directly to consumers will be prohibited or very strictly regulated.

The term ENDS stands for Electronic Delivery Nicotine Systems, but the term is used loosely to include “any electronic device that, through an aerosolized solution, delivers nicotine, flavor, or any other substance to the user inhaling from the device,” including “an e-cigarette; an e-hookah; an e-cigar; a vape pen; an advanced refillable personal vaporizer; an electronic pipe; and any component, liquid, part, or accessory of a device described [above], without regard to whether the component, liquid, part, or accessory is sold separately from the device.”

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USPS was last to follow suit, but come April 27th, they will be amending their regulations as well. If a courier decides to continue shipping vape products, they will be required to pay extra fees as well as checking ID and getting signatures at the time of delivery. It’s a very costly waste of time, so most companies are choosing to avoid dealing with these products altogether.

With no major carriers willing to move vape products, businesses are now stuck navigating both the new PACT Act requirements and finding a new way to ship their products.

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The Vape Ban Explained

This vape ban is not a ban in the true sense of the word. It’s a ban on the shipping of vape products, not on the actual use, production, or sale of them. And because cannabis vape products fall under the general term of ‘tobacco products’, it doesn’t actually specify anything about cannabis, if we’re choosing to get technical here.

The ban is for “tobacco” vaping products being shipped through UPS, FEDEX, USPS, and other major couriers. This does not mean companies cannot sell products, or ship them through the mail through a small private company, but it does mean they will need to scramble a bit and figure out what they will do before

In a way, it’s a ban that isn’t technically a ban, as there is no ban on any company or individual. This means the US government is not trying to legally stop people from using these products, or companies from making them, but it does seem to be trying to determine how the public can get products, and what products will be available to them. Overregulation for the sake of overregulation.

Final Thoughts

It’ll be rocky at the beginning, companies finding ways to get their products to consumers, and consumers trying to figure out the fastest and most affordable way to get what they need. For now, your best bet is to stock up and take advantage of all the 420 deals before the vape ban goes into effect. If you have a good amount of Delta 8 vape carts in your stash, that should buy you enough time until your favorite companies find a new way to ship your favorite products. Thanks to the unwavering adaptability of the cannabis industry, that shouldn’t take very long to do.

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BEST DELTA 8 THC VAPE CARTS:

IMPORTANT : As a result of the NEW VAPING BILL, Delta-8 THC vape cartridges will be available online only until April 26th. Once 420 deals are finally over, the curtain falls on online sales of Delta 8 vape carts…

Delta 8 Vape Cartridges – Premium Bundle

Delta 8 Premium Vape Carts – Coupon: 420

If you want to experience the full range of Delta 8 THC, you should choose the Delta 8 premium bundle! For one week only, you can get it with an additional 25% discount + 2 extra vape carts, as a special bonus.

The bundle includes 2 each of the following flavors: Hybrid (Blue Dream, Gelato), Indica (Grand Daddy Purp, Mango Kush) and Sativa (Lemon Haze, Strawberry Lemonade) + 2 extra vapes, as a special bonus.

INSTRUCTIONS: Choose the 12-pack and use coupon code 420 for the additional 25% discount. With the extra 2 bonus cartridges, you will only pay $13/cart, an amazing price for such a quality product.

TIP: First come, first served, so don’t wait as April 26th is just around the corner.

Click HERE to get Delta 8 vape cartridges – premium bundle

(With ‘420’ coupon code)

Delta-8 THC Vape Cartridges – Only $10/Cart!

Delta 8 THC Vape Cartridges - Only $10/cart
Delta 8 THC Vape Cartridges – Only $10/cart

420 Clearance: For a limited time and only until April 26th, Delta-8 THC vape cartridges will be sold for ONLY $10/cart, when buying of a 20-cart bundle.

The Delta-8 THC used for this product is derived from hemp, federally legal, and comes in a glass cartridge with a ceramic core and mouthpiece for the best possible performance and taste.

INSTRUCTIONS: Add 20 vape carts to the shopping cart and get it for as low as $10/cart! No coupon code is needed.

TIP: Try the popular flavors: SkyWalker OG, Grand Daddy Purp, Wedding Cake, White Widow & Zkittlez.

Click HERE to get Delta-8 THC carts for only $10/Cart!


Free Samples Of Delta 8 THC Gummies

Free Samples Of Delta 8 THC Gummies  - Best 420 deals
Free Samples Of Delta 8 THC Gummies

Want to try 25mg Delta 8 THC gummies? Pay only shipping and get a 4-pack of Delta 8 gummies for FREE!

Every sample package includes 4x25mg Delta 8 THC vegan gummies.

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BEST 420 DEALS ON DELTA-8 THC PRE-ROLLED:

LunaRockets – Premium Delta 8 Pre-Rolled

LUNAROCKETS FULL FLIGHT - Using LUNAROCKETS coupon code
LunaRockets – Premium Delta 8 Pre-Rolled – Using LUNAROCKETS coupon

Looking for premium Delta 8 THC pre-rolled? Take advantage of 420 and get PuroCannagars popular LunaRockets with a 33% discount, using LUNAROCKETS coupon code.

Known for their high quality, taste and quality, the LunaRockets are in-fact a moonrock, in the form of a joint. Coated in 150mg of Delta-8 and finished with 150mg of CBD Kief, these premium pre-rolled will elevate you to a higher dimension.

INSTRUCTIONS: Choose the LunaRockets Full Flight, with 14 different strains, both Indica and Sativa. Don’t forget to use LUNAROCKETS coupon code, for an additional 33.3% discount, taking the price down to only $99.99 for the whole 14-pack.

Click HERE to get the LunaRockets Full Flight

(Using LUNAROCKETS coupon code)

BEST DEAL ON DELTA-8 THC TINCTURES:

5,000mg Delta-8 THC Tinctures – Only $55/Bottle

5,000mg Delta-8 THC Tinctures - Only $55/Bottle
5,000mg Delta-8 THC Tinctures – Only $55/Bottle

Take advantage of our 420 deal to bundle up on these amazing Delta 8 THC tinctures and save big. Use ‘420’ coupon code and get 3 of the 5000mg Delta 8 THC tinctures for only $55/bottle.

This is a great stocking-up opportunity, only available until April 27th.

INSTRUCTIONS: Use the ‘420′ coupon at checkout for an additional 25% discount, taking the price down to as low as $165. That’s only $55/bottle, a great price for 5000mg Delta 8 THC tincture!

Click HERE to get Delta-8 THC tinctures – bundle

(With ‘420’ coupon code)

BEST DEAL ON DELTA 8 MOON ROCKS:

30% Discount On Delta 8 Moon Rocks

30% Discount On Delta 8 Moon Rocks - Best 420 deals
30% Discount On Delta 8 Moon Rocks

Delta 8 Monn Rocks are slowly becoming a very popular choice among our readers, due to their high quality and great user-experience. With the right combination of flowers, distillate Kief these flowers have a lot to offer!

INSTRUCTIONS: Choose 1 ounce and use coupon code ‘420‘ for an additional 30% discount, taking the price down to as-low-as $88/ounce, an amazing price for these moon rocks.

Click HERE to get the Delta 8 Moon Rocks

(With ‘420’ coupon code)

BEST DEALS ON DELTA-8 THC WAX DABS:

Delta 8 THC Wax Dabs – Bundle

Delta 8 THC Wax Dabs - Bundle - 420 deals
Delta 8 THC Wax Dabs – Bundle

Take advantage of 420 and bundle up these great Delta 8 THC wax dabs and save big. Use ‘420’ coupon code and the get the 12-pack for a great price. In spirit of 420, the 12-pack comes with an extra 2 dab concentrates FREE!

This deal is only available until April 27th.

INSTRUCTIONS: Use the ‘420′ coupon at checkout for an additional 25% discount. With the extra 2 bonus wax dabs, you will only pay $13/dab, a great price for this product.

Click HERE to get Delta 8 THC wax dabs – bundle

(With ‘420’ coupon code)

BEST DEALS ON DELTA 8 SYRINGES:

Delta 8 Syringes – Only $10/Dripper!

Delta 8 Syringes - Only $10/Dripper
Delta 8 Syringes – Only $10/Dripper

These 1 gram premium Delta 8 THC syringes (Drippers) have a consistent, uplifting effect and an outstanding flavor. This product contains only the highest quality Delta 8 THC distillate, derived from hemp, carefully packed in a sealed individual case.

Instructions: Add 20 drippers to the shopping cart and get it for as low as $10/cart! Act now and save big on premium Delta 8 syringes!

Choose between over 20 flavors including SkyWalker OG, Grand Daddy Purp, Wedding Cake, White Widow, Zkittlez, No-terps and more.

Click HERE to get Delta 8 Syringes For only $10/Dripper!


BEST 420 DEALS: DELTA 10 THC

THE EUPHORIA DELTA 10 COLLECTION IS FINALLY HERE.
EXPERIENCE THE NEW HIGH OF DELTA 10 THC!

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420 DEALS – POUNDS

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Organic Delta-8 Gummy Bears – Lowest Price Ever

Organic Delta-8 Gummy Bears - Lowest Price Ever
Organic Delta-8 Gummy Bears – Lowest Price Ever

If you want to get Delta-8 THC gummies for the lowest price ever, you should take advantage of this unique deal. All bulk orders of Delta-8 THC gummies are now heavily discounted and coming with an additional 35% discount, taking the price down to a new bottom!

With aproximately 180 gummy bears per pound, you can get all the Delta-8 THC gummies you ever wanted… All that for a very small budget.

This is a great opportunity to stock-up on organic Delta-8 gummies, one of our most popular products.

INSTRUCTIONS: Choose 5lb and use coupon code 35hemp at checkout, for the 35% discount!

Click HERE for bulk prices on Delta-8 organic bears

(With 35hemp coupon code)

Fortified White Whale CBG / Delta 8 Flower – Only $450/lb

Fortified White Whale CBG/Delta 8 Flower - Only $450/lb
Fortified White Whale CBG/Delta 8 Flower – Only $450/lb

With 1:1 Ratio CBG:Delta 8 the White Whale ‘fortified’ CBG / Delta 8 flower offers a well balanced experience, perfect for anyone looking to try high-CBG / Delta 8 flowers.

Currently, as part of IHF ‘Fire Sale’ you can get heavily discounted. Add to it an additional 20% discount, using our cbdflowers20 coupon code, and you can get it for as low as $450/lb, the lowest price ever!

INSTRUCTIONS: Choose 1 lb and don’t forget the cbdflowers20 discount code.

Click HERE for the Fortified CBG/Delta 8 Flowers

(With cbdflowers20 discount code)

NEW: DELTA 10 PRODUCTS!

THE EUPHORIA DELTA 10 COLLECTION IS FINALLY HERE.
EXPERIENCE THE NEW HIGH OF DELTA 10 THC!

Click HERE to try Delta 10 THC


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