Is The Underground Cannabis Industry Over?

Cannabis legalization is on the rise and doesn’t seem to be slowing down. As the market opens its arms to the world of cannabis, long-time users started wondering about dealers legitimizing their business. When people think about buying weed, images of dark alleyways and secret locations to avoid cops come to mind. Now fast forward […]

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A Beginner’s Guide to Delta-8 Hemp Cigarettes

In this article, we’ll break down what exactly Delta-8 cigarettes are, how they work, which are the best to try and more.

What are Delta-8 Hemp Cigarettes?

Courtesy of TIMBR Organics

Delta-8 cigarettes are similar to traditional cigarettes, but instead of being filled with tobacco, they are made with 100 percent hemp flower. As such, they are 100 percent nicotine free and contain less than 0.3 percent Delta-9 THC.

Delta-8 THC is a naturally occurring cannabinoid that can be derived from plants in the Cannabaceae plant family, which includes cannabis and hemp.

It exists naturally and can also be produced by converting CBD or Delta-9 THC via a chemical reaction typically using heat, catalysts, altered pH environments and/or solvents.

Delta-8 THC exists in an “activated” state similar to Delta-9 THC, meaning it does not need to be decarboxylated to feel its effects.

Will Delta-8 THC Get You High?

As a variety of THC, Delta-8 THC will induce some psychotropics; however, the effects are known to be less mild than those impacted by Delta-9 THC.

That said, Delta-8 cigarettes will likely get you high, although the effects will vary from person to person.

In general, users report the following effects when using Delta-8 THC:

  • Mood boost
  • Increased sense of calm and relaxation
  • Reduce impact of aches
  • Improved sleep
  • Increased appetite

Delta-8 THC vs. Delta-9 THC

TIMBR Organics
Courtesy of TIMBR Organics

Delta-8 and Delta-9 THC both exhibit a similar chemical structure. Both cannabinoids feature a double-bonded structure, but the double-bond is located in different points of the chemical carbon chain with each form of THC.

Due to the unique formation of Delta-8 THC, it’s interaction with the body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS) is slightly different from Delta-9 THC.

While Delta-9 THC binds directly to certain cannabinoid receptors in the ECS, Delta-8 does not offer the exact same reaction. As a result, Delta-8 is known to produce less intoxicating effects than Delta-9; however, additional research is required to fully understand this comparison.

TIMBR Organics
Courtesy of TIMBR Organics

To date, Delta-8 THC is legal in most states. Because Delta-8 is a form of THC but not necessarily the same thing, the cannabinoid lands in a bit of a legal grey area. It is important to note as well, the bulk of Delta-8 THC you find is derived from hemp, including Galaxy Treats, which is federally legal as long as the hemp-derived product contains less than 0.3 percent Delta-9 THC.

In spite of the fact that the 2018 Farm Bill legalized hemp derivatives, including Delta-8 THC, some states have tried to restrict Delta-8 THC. Therefore, it is important to check out the laws in your state. Another thing to keep in mind, you can find some Delta-8 products that are derived from traditional cannabis, which are definitely not legal in all states. 

TIMBR Organics
Courtesy of TIMBR Organics

When shopping for hemp cigarettes, it’s important to only purchase from a trustworthy company that uses the highest-quality, U.S.-grown hemp plants and thoroughly tests their products with a third-party lab to ensure they are compliant and pure.

If you’re looking for such a product, then look no further than TIMBR Organics Delta 8 Hemp Smokes.

Made from the highest-quality, US-grown hemp plants, TIMBR Organics Delta 8 Smokes contain 40mg of Delta-8 THC in every cigarette. 

All TIMBR Organics products, which includes hemp cigarettes, hemp flower, hemp pre-rolls and more, are rigorously tested using the highest level of testing standards possible and lab reports can easily be accessed on the “Lab Reports” page of their online store.

In addition, TIMBR Organics is a trusted, industry-leading brand with hundreds of reviews from verified customers that offers affordable prices, fast, free shipping options, convenient online shopping and world-class customer support.

If you’re interesting in giving TIMBR Organics Delta 8 Hemp Cigarettes a try, head to TIMBROrganics.com and use code “HIGH25” to enjoy free shipping and 25 percent off your entire order.

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Will Cannabis Breathalyzers Really Work? Probably Not. Here’s Why:

Cannabis breathalyzers are being made right now, but will they really work? Probably not, but let’s take a look at them. Cannabis breathalyzers work much like their alcohol counterparts. Hound Labs, one of the companies trying to commercialize this new tech, is developing a simple-to-use breathalyzer device. A person blows into a small tube, and […]

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THC Testers Needed – Get Paid To Try Cannabis Products!

THC Testers Needed: If you’re looking for the ultimate cannabis job, we have the perfect one for you. That’s right, not only will you get free cannabis products, but you will also get paid for it!

We are currently recruiting more THC Product Testers to try Delta 8, Delta 9, Delta 10, HHC, THC-P, THC-O, HHC-O & THCV products. As one of our testers, your job will be to try new cannabis products, which will be sent to your home, and post a detailed review.

This is a paid position perfect for experienced cannabis users.

THC Testers Needed: CBD Testers is currently looking for skilled and experienced cannabis users to try new cannabinod-based products. Once approved, our THC testers will get weekly samples of all the latest and trendiest cannabis and hemp products, such as vape carts, gummies, dabs, flowers, disposables, tinctures, topicals and more. In exchange, you will have to submit detailed reviews that will be post in CBD Testers website.

Beside skilled writer, we are also looking for people to do video reviews, that will be shared in our instagram channel.

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Examples of products our THC testers are getting

As THC Testers, your job will be to submit a 1200-1500 word article to be publish in CBD Testers website, or a video that’s a few minutes long, to be shared in our instagram channel. Based on your reviews, we will pick the best products to feature in the THC Weekly newsletter, and even secure exclusive deals for our subscribers. Your work is important!

We have included a few samples of real products we are currently testing. These are exactly the kind of products you can expect to get, once approved as a tester. Please keep in mind it that is not a ‘free sample’ offer, but a real job opportunity. We are interested in people that are capable of doing several product reviews every month (2-4 times a month), and get paid for it… so subscribe today to get started!

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(From the THC Weekly newsletter)

These Vegan Delta 9 Gummies are another top-selling hemp-derived Delta 9 product. With 10 mg of hemp-derived Delta-9 THC it is a great choice for anyone looking to buy Delta 9 THC products online.

We have secured an exclusive 35% discount for this product, and based on the review coming from our THC testers, this product is now available for the subscribers of the THC Weekly newsletter.

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(From the THC Weekly newsletter)

Have you tried the new THC-O edibles? The Long-awaited THCO gummies have arrived and they are so strong! This is another great example of products sent to our THC testers. Currently, as this product is so popular, we have managed to secured an additional 25% discount, only availabe for the subscribers of the THC Weekly newsletter. This was never could have done without the great work of our THC testers!

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This is another great example of products our testers have to try for us and get paid doing it!

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HHC Disposables

(From the THC Weekly newsletter)

HHC and HHC-O (just released) are two new cannabinoids, that are very close to Delta-9 THC, but not exactly the same. Your job as a tester is to explain to the world what are the key differences between both cannabinoids and to assist us in finding the best availabe products.

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THCV might be one of the most interesting products availabe today, as it suppose to have some unique appetite-balancing qualities, that’s why some people refer to it as ‘Diet Weed’. Is it true or just a marketing slogan? This is exactly what our THC testers have to dind out, join us and help finding what is true and is what is false in our industry!

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Trusting Today’s Cannabis Industry? Mislabeled Products, Delta 6a10a, and more

My deep dive into yet another THC, delta 6a10a tetrahydrocannabinol, all began with a brief conversation among friends regarding some advertisements they saw; they were wondering what this cannabinoid is if what the companies are saying about it are correct. For the record, it’s a synthetic cannabinoid that has been completely misrepresented by some of the people selling it, the exact people who should know what compounds are in the products they’re pushing.   

That being said, you’re likely to see a short-term influx of products containing delta 6a10a THC hitting the store shelves and online retailers; especially if you live in a state without a legal recreational market, as this is where you’ll be more apt to see all the alternative cannabinoids.  

Cannabis science has come a really long way since the initial discovery of individual cannabinoids back in the 1940s. To this day we continue to uncover new and exciting things about this incredible plant. Remember to subscribe to The THC Weekly Newsletter all the latest news and industry stories, as well as exclusive deals on flowers, vapes, edibles, and other products. Also save big on Delta 8Delta 9 THCDelta-10 THCTHCOTHCVTHCP & HHC products by checking out our “Best-of” lists!


What is Delta 6a10a THC? 

Delta 6a10a, also known as Delta-3 THC, is a synthetic isomer of delta-9 THC that was developed in 1947, along with some other similar compounds, to establish different versions of THC that could be used to avoid patent problems and issues with shelf life and stability. 

Other chemical names for delta-6a10a THC include: Δ3 -Tetrahydrocannabinol2 (B), Δ6a,10a-Tetrahydrocannabinol2(A), EA 1477, Δ3 -Tetrahydrocannabinol2(B), and Δ6a,10a-tetrahydrocannabinol2(A). Contrary to what some companies are saying, delta-6a10a is not the same as delta-10 THC. Delta 6a10a products are often mislabeled as another form of delta 10 or delta 6 – neither of which is accurate. Whether this is due to incorrect lab testing results, incompetence on the company’s part, or intentional false advertising, that remains to be answered.  

As devoid of sense as this situation is, the main thing to focus on is that, if you do feel like you want to give delta 6a10a THC a try, at the very least, don’t buy it from a company that it’s promoting it as delta 10, delta 6, or anything other than the chemical names I listed above. Delta 10 THC is a synthetic crystalline compound formed when certain chemical catalysts are applied to delta 9 THC, moving the double bond over to the 10th carbon chain. Delta 6, another synthetic isomer, is quite potent but not yet being used in products and is not the same thing as delta 6a10a. 

What exactly is going on with all these different cannabinoids? 

If you do a lot of online shopping, or have noticed the new selection of products at smoke shops, head shops, gas stations, and so on, you’ve seen that there are A LOT of cannabinoids available to consumers now… almost too many to keep track of at this point. In just a single product you can find combinations of 3 or more cannabinoids like delta-10, delta-8, and THC-O, for example. Or delta-8, delta-9, delta-10, and CBG, is another popular combination that I have seen.  

According to recent surveys, nearly half of all cannabis consumers prefer to use products that contain cannabinoid blends, and that number is expected to grow. Knowing what we know about the entourage effect and how different plant compounds work together synergistically to provide the highest level of benefits, it’s no surprise that people are excited to try new combinations of cannabinoids and terpenes.  

Delta-9 THC is still by far the most popular, it’s the backbone of the entire cannabis industry. But, in its absence, people are turning to alternative forms of THC to get the job done, sometimes individually and sometimes many of them combined. Some of these THCs, like THCV and THCP, are found in trace amounts in the cannabis plant, but most of them are synthetic isomers.  

Are they natural or synthetic? 

This is an interesting question, and one with a double-edged answer. Let’s start by breaking down what exactly each type of cannabinoid is. The term ‘natural cannabinoids’, or phytocannabinoids, refers to all the cannabinoids that can be isolated from the cannabis plant. Research has found that the cannabis plant produces between 113 cannabinoids and about 300 non-cannabinoid chemicals, and the most abundant are CBD (cannabidiol) and delta-9 THC.  

Now, the definition of synthetic cannabinoids is where things branch off a bit. Synthetic cannabinoids are compounds that either, do not exist in nature and must be created in a lab, like THC-O; or, a synthetic may also be a cannabinoid that does exist in nature, but in such minimal amounts that in order to manufacture enough for it to be used in consumer products, it must still be synthesized in a lab.  

Whether or not a cannabinoid that does actually exist in the plant but needs to be synthetically produced, should still be classified as a full-on synthetic, is up for debate and causing both legal and practical confusion for businesses and consumers alike. Delta-8 immediately comes to mind, and all the complications surrounding legality and the uncertainty among consumers, many of whom are not sure if what they’re consuming is even natural or synthetic.  

To clarify, all these synthetic cannabinoids are regulated under the Federal Analogues Act, and thus are not federally legal, regardless if they’re found naturally in cannabis plants. And because all these compounds are completely prohibited, they are unregulated in the markets in which they are sold, another fact that may come as a surprise to many consumers.  

All this is not to say that synthetics are inherently bad. If they’re safe and produced by an experienced professional, they can be fun and certainly have their place in both medicinal and recreational settings. But you’re definitely not going to get the same kind of high or experience with these products as you would with the real thing. If you know what to expect, you won’t be disappointed though.  

Fake lab tests and mislabeled products  

Now, back to the subject of mislabeled products and incorrect or completely falsified labs and COAs (certificates of analysis). There’s a narrative being played out in the media that, because of the 2018 Farm Bill provisions, any cannabis product that contains less than 0.3 percent delta 9 THC is legal, regardless of what else is in it. When it comes to minor cannabinoids, THC isomers, cannabinoid analogues, and so forth, most of them are actually illegal, regulated under the Federal Analogues Act (as mentioned above). 

Obviously, pointing out the legality of a product, if it’s not legal at all, is not the best business strategy. So, to be able to continue pushing said products, the story is perpetuated that they are permissible by some type of legal loophole, when that is not the case. Since these products are illegal and there are no standards in place to regulate them, a growing number of companies are resorting to some unscrupulous means to provide “lab results” in an attempt to validate their black market products.  

Real, legitimate lab testing is the backbone of any cannabis market. All the products sold at licensed dispensaries are required to undergo testing from a state-accredited facility to confirm levels of cannabinoids and terpenes; as well as test for heavy metals, mycotoxins, residual pesticides, microbials, and any other unwanted contaminants. Overall, the main purpose of lab testing is to guarantee compliance with whatever state protocols are in place to govern the sale of cannabis products.  

Every test requires certain procedures, different equipment, and needs to be performed by a licensed and trained specialist. Not only do these lab technicians need to be knowledgeable in their field, but they should be familiar with state and local testing regulations, as they are constantly changing. Most labs are third party companies that are accredited through a state program. All labs have specific tests they are required to perform and guidelines they must abide to, but there are no universal standards in place. 

As foolproof as this sounds, there are ways for companies to get around it. I mean, where there is money to be made, corruption will breed. One way this happens is by companies and growers only sending in samples of their best products in for testing, while lower quality, untested batches of the same product get listed for sale. Another strategy is referred to as “lab shopping” – a shady practice in which cultivators and manufacturers send their products to labs that have a reputation for inflating potency numbers and overlooking contaminants that would cause the product to fail purity tests at more reputable facilities. 

Dylan Hirsch, executive vice president of Diagnostic Lab Corporation says that “Many of the labs will sometimes say they can get better results. It can be so subjective for results on THC.” Dr. Donald Land and Dr. Reggie Gaudino, two of the scientists in charge of running Berkeley’s Steep Hill Labs, one of the nation’s largest testing companies, echoed these statements. Both mentioned that their company is asked to boost potency number on a regular basis. “In almost every state we operate in we have someone approach us and say, ‘Hey, what would it take to get these numbers changed?’” Gaudino said. 

Taking things to another level, some companies have altered or completely faked their products’ lab “results”, as per a recent investigation conducted by CBD Oracle, a website that reviews “hemp-derived” products. For example, they sent in 51 different delta 8 THC products to FESA licensed labs in Southern California. They found that, “delta-8 product manufacturers routinely mislabel their gummies, vaporizer cartridges, and other products.” In total, 77 percent of products failed testing.  

Final thoughts 

Whether you’re shopping for delta 8, THC-O, regular weed, or even delta 6a10a THC, it’s imperative that you do as much research as possible. You’ll be inhaling these compounds straight into your lungs, so you want to make sure that they’re as clean and safe as possible. Don’t blindly trust the companies selling to you, because obviously they’re more concerned with their bottom dollar than your health. I’m not saying to avoid these products entirely, because some of them can be perfectly fine, but make sure to as informed as possible before rushing to try the newest flavor-of-the-month cannabinoid.  

As far as delta 6a10 THC is concerned, no one really knows enough about it to say with 100 percent certainty that these products are safe. I’m sure the compound itself is perfectly fine, if it’s manufactured by a trained professional that is. But if you’re buying stuff from companies who are completely misrepresenting this cannabinoid, it’s hard to say what else is not on-the-level there.  

Hello and welcome! Thanks for stopping by CBDtesters.co, your #1 web source for cannabis and psychedelics-related news, offering the most interesting stories of today. Join us frequently to stay on-top of the quickly-moving world of legal drugs and industrial hemp, and remember to check out The THC Weekly Newsletterto ensure you’re never late on getting a story.

Disclaimer: Hi, I’m a researcher and writer. I’m not a doctor, lawyer, or businessperson. All information in my articles is sourced and referenced, and all opinions stated are mine. I am not giving anyone advise, and though I am more than happy to discuss topics, should someone have a further question or concern, they should seek guidance from a relevant professional.

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New Year’s Deals: Shop the Best Year-End Discounts

Year 2021 is coming to an end, and we have collected the best year-end discounts for you. As part of ‘THC WEEKLY’ New-Year’s deals, all Delta-8, HHC, THC-P, THC-O, THC-V, Delta-10 and even Delta-9 THC are now offered with huge discounts. This is your opportunity to stock-up on premium products.

Our famous New Year’s deals are your best opportunity to stock-up on top-selling products, as they are offered way below their regular price. Whether they are psychoactive products, such as Delta 8, Delta 9 THC, THC-O and HHC vape carts, non-psychoactive, such as CBD, CBG and CBN softgels, or any other product in between, they are currently on sale and you can get them easily online, without leaving the safety of your home.

This is your final chance to stock-up on premium products, as starting next week, prices are back to normal. Take advantage of the New Year’s deals and get yourself the products you always wanted.

As always, the best New Year’s deals are first offered to the subscribers of the THC Weekly newsletter, so make sure to SUBSCRIBE below.



Best New Year’s Deals:

Best Delta 8 THC Deals:

Binoid Premium Delta 8 Vape Cartridges

(25% discount sitewide)

Binoid Delta 8 Premium Vape Carts – Coupon: HOLIDAY25

Our ‘Best Choice’ award goes to ‘Binoid Delta 8 Premium Vape Cartridges‘, offering you a combination of quality, variety and price. Upon our request, they have created a special bundle for our readers, with an additional 25% discount.

If you want to experience the full range of Delta 8 THC, you should choose the special bundle, currently sold with an additional 25% discount, when using code ‘HOLIDAY25‘.

The 12-pack bundle includes 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.

MUST HAVE PRODUCT: The Blue-Dream hybrid Delta 8 THC vape cart is amazing. If you want to relax, but at the same time, feel great and energetic, this is the one for you. Whatever you do, don’t leave without it (but don’t let that stop you from choosing one of the bundles, as all carts are very good and you get them for a great price).

INSTRUCTIONS: Choose the 6-pack or the 12-pack bundle and use coupon code HOLIDAY25 for the additional 25% discount. With the extra 2 bonus cartridges, you will only pay $13/cart, an amazing price for such a high-quality product.

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High-Potency THC-P Vape Cartridges

(25% discount sitewide)

25% Discount On THC-P Vape Cartridges – 8 Pack - New Year's Deals
25% Discount On THC-P Vape Cartridges – 8 Pack

Looking for a high-potency product?

THC-P (AKA Tetrahydrocannabiphorol or THCP) is a new super-potent cannabinoid that is considered to be stronger than both THC-O, Delta 8, Delta 10 and even Delta-9 THC. Each of the new THC-P vape cartridges contains premium THCP distillate, Delta 8 THC and terpenes.

Both the 4 pack and the 8 pack bundles feature the following strains:  Aurora (Indica), Trainwreck (Sativa), Fruit Loops (Hybrid), & God’s Gift (Indica).

TIP: Start low and grow slow as this is one strong cannabinoid… Choose one of the bundles and experience the differences between Sativa, Indica and Hybrid.

INSTRUCTIONS: Choose the 6-pack or the 12-pack bundle and use coupon code HOLIDAY25 for the additional 25% discount.

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(With HOLIDAY25 coupon code)

Sweet Slices Delta 9 THC Gummies

(15% Discount with Testers coupon code)

With 10 mg of hemp-derived Delta-9 THC, and 20 gummies per pack (200mg total), the new Sweet Slices Delta 9 Gummies is a great choice for anyone looking to buy Delta 9 products. Currently, using the Testers 15% discount code, you can get the whole box for $17, which is 85 cents per gummy, an amazing price for this product.

TIP: Get an additional 15% discount using the TESTERS coupon code.

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(With Testers coupon code)


Vegan Hemp-Derived Delta-9 Gummies

($5 off with code GUMMY5)

 35% Discount On Vegan Delta-9 Gummies - New Year's Deals
($5 off with code GUMMY5)

The Vegan Delta 9 Gummies are another top-selling Delta 9 product. With 10 mg of hemp-derived Delta-9 THC it is a great choice for anyone looking to buy Delta 9 THC products online. Each pack contains 10 of these small babies, total 100mg THC.

Stocking-up opportunity: Take $5 off the price with the GUMMY5 coupon code. This great offer will allow you to get Delta-9 THC gummies for as-low-as $1/gummy! A great price for Delta-9 THC gummies, finally available online.

New Year’s Deals – $5 off with the GUMMY5 coupon code)

Choose between: Guavaberry Fruit, Blueberry Citrus and Kiwi Mixer.

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High-potency THC-O gummies

(25% discount sitewide)

High-potency THC-O gummies - 6 pack - New Year's Deals
High-potency THC-O gummies – 6 pack

Have you tried the new THC-O edibles? The Long-awaited THCO gummies have arrived and they are so strong! Be the first to try them and see for yourself why the internet is already obsessed with THC-O.

THC-O is a new potent cannabinoid. Some even believe it to be stronger than regulat THC (delta-9 thc) and slightly psychedelic, as in some cases people report it to produce a mild spiritual experience. With 25mg of THC-O in each gummy, 500mg total, the Mixed THC Gummies is a prefect choice for anyone looking to try this new cannabinoid.

Effects: THCO might produce a strong uplifting and happy feeling with a calming body sensation.

TIP: Choose the 3 pack or the 6 pack and get an additional 25% discount using the HOLIDAY25 coupon code. 

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(With HOLIDAY25 coupon code)

Entourage Hybrid Gummies – $80/lb

If you want an effective product, try the Entourage Hybrid 40 mg Mini Fruit Slices, featuring both HHC, Delta-8 THC, THC-O, CBN, CBD and CBG in one well-balanced product. Using this product you can expect to feel euphoric, focused, relaxed but at the same time feel a little energetic and experience body buzz.

Also available Entourage Indica Gummies and Entourage Sativa Gummies.

TIP: Choose 1 LB (90 ct) and use the cbdflowers coupon code for an additional 20% discount. This will take the price down to as-low-as $80/lb, an amazing price for this popular product.

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New Year’s Deals: 35% Off The Entire Mellow Fellow Site

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New Year's Deals

High-Potency THC-P Tinctures

(25% discount sitewide)

Another great way to experience this new high-potency cannabinoid, is by using a THCP tincture and getting full control of the dosage. As THCP is considered to be one of the strongest cannabinoids, using a tincture will allow you to start low and grow slow, which is the right way to handle new products.

Currently, as part of our ongoing promotion, you can get a 25% discount on all bundles, using the HOLIDAY25 coupon code. Take advantage of this great stocking-up opportunity and buy premium THCP tinctures (1000mg) for as-low-as $25/bottle, a unique price for this hard-to-find product.

TIP: Start low and grow slow as this is one strong product…

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(With HOLIDAY25 coupon code)

Entourage Get Krispy Bar – 100 mg

Another great product is the new Entourage Get Crispy Bar, infused with 100 mg of the same entourage cannabinoid blend! As the product contains 100 mg a piece you can share it, as there are 2 to 4 servings per snack.

Choose between Indica, Hybrid and Sativa.

Don’t forget to use the cbdflowers coupon code for an additional 20% discount. This will take the price down to only $8/Treat, a very good price for this effective product.

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(With cbdflowers coupon code)

New Year’s Deal: BOGO (Buy One Get One Free)

BOGO: HHC Vape Carts & Edibles

Want to try high-quality HHC products? Be the first to try the new HHC vapes and edibles, currently offered as part of a BOGO deal (Buy One Get One free).

Choose between Sure Diesel, Purple Punch, Zkittlez, Wedding Cake and 8 more flavors of HHC vape carts, both Indica, Hybrid and Sativa.

Don’t forget to use the BOGOX2 coupon code at checkout.

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(With BOGOX2 coupon code)

Looking for 500mg HHC gummies? Choose between Rope, Clusters, Fellows, Worms, Bites & Sour Watermelon.

Don’t forget to use BOGOX2 coupon code for the BOGO deal.

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(With BOGOX2  coupon code)

The CBN Saver Bundle

(40% discount with THCWEEKLY coupon code)

The new ‘CBN Saver Bundle‘ offers us a great way to experience the relaxing benefits of CBN, heavily discounted for the holiday. CBN has been known for it’s great night time relief and it is usually taken right before going to bed.
 

The bundle iscludes the following items: 600mg CBN Tincture, 100mg CBN Gummies, and CBD+CBN Softgel pack. If you have never tried CBN before, now it’s your chance to do it, as all products are on sale!

Want to save more? Get an additional 15% discount, using our ‘THC WEEKLY‘ coupon code. 

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INSTRUCTIONS: Use the ‘HOLIDAY25′ 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.

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How Many THCs Are There… and Which One Is the Strongest?

By now we’re all relatively familiar with Delta-9 THC, how it functions in the body and affects our minds. At a base level, most consumers know that THC is the predominant psychoactive compound in cannabis – it’s the reason pot gets us high. What is less commonly known, is how many THCs there really are. In this article, we’ll be covering 15 different tetrahydrocannabinol compounds, simply because there is research available on them. There are, however, even more THCs than that.  

Cannabis science has come a really long way since the initial discovery of cannabinoids back in the 1940s. I mean, who knew there were so many different THCs to choose from? To this day we continue to uncover new and exciting things about this incredible plant. Remember to subscribe to The THC Weekly Newsletter all the latest news and industry stories, as well as exclusive deals on flowers, vapes, edibles, and other products. Also save big on Delta 8Delta 9 THCDelta-10 THCTHCOTHCVTHCP & HHC products by checking out our “Best-of” lists!


THCA – Tetrahydrocannabinolic Acid 

For the sake of explaining things chronologically, we’ll start at the very beginning by looking at THC in its most natural form: THCA, or Tetrahydrocannabinolic Acid. Simply put, THCA is the type of THC found in raw cannabis plants. So, when you walk into a dispensary and start looking at different bud samples and see how much THC is in each one, what you’re actually looking at is the levels of THCA. Once heat is applied, THCA loses its carboxyl acid group and becomes just THC. This process is aptly known as decarboxylation. 

THCA is found virtually everywhere in the plant, including the stems, leaves, and flowers. On its own, it has very minimal psychoactive effects. Some people enjoy chewing on the leaves and stems, which can produce some relaxing feelings, but don’t expect too much more. The mind-altering effects come into play after decarboxylation, as THCA is just a precursor to all the other tetrahydrocannabinols. 

This compound is believed to have a wide array of therapeutic applications and can even fall into the category of nutritional and dietary supplements. THCA benefits can be utilized via eating, blending, or juicing the raw cannabis plant matter along with other superfoods, like berries, kale, and avocados. 

Delta 3 to 7

In chemistry, “delta” refers to the location of the double bond on a molecule’s carbon chain. In the case of THC, we have many different variations. With delta-9 THC, the double bond is on the 9th carbon chain. Move that bond over one spot to the 8th chain, and now we have delta-8 THC. Keep moving that double bond and you get a variety of different delta THCs.  

Delta-3 THC, delta-4 THC, delta-6 THC, and delta-7 THC are all synthetic isomers of THC, developed between the 1940 and 1970s to establish different versions of THC that could be used to avoid patent problems and issues with shelf life and stability. I have not been able to find any mention of a delta-5 THC anywhere.  

Although some minimal research into these compounds does exist, it’s not much and not anything very substantial. It’s generally believed that these synthetic isomers are not as potent as delta-9 THC, although that is not always applicable. The only worthwhile research I was able to find here was regarding delta-6 THC, and its potency in the human brain. This study from 1980 discusses how several cannabinoids can cause brief, cataleptic episodes.  

Catalepsy is a disorder characterized by the body’s inability to move or respond to external stimuli. Body stiffness and muscle rigidity is common. During this study, delta 6 was not found to be heavily correlated with catalepsy, however, it was noted as being one of the most potent cannabinoids with the most powerful effects on the brain.  

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Delta 8, 9, and 10  

When people think of “THC”, Delta 9 is what they’re thinking of. Delta 9 THC is the main psychoactive compound in the cannabis plant. For decades, Delta 9 has been at the heart of prohibition efforts because lawmakers were to intently focused on its mind-altering properties while completely dismissing all its many possible uses in the health and wellness sectors. 

As delta 9 ages, a significant portion oxidizes and “degrades”. Most of it turns into CBN (cannabinol), while a small amount turns into Delta 8 and possibly, other trace cannabinoids and compounds. As a result of this chemical process, Delta 8 THC remains stable when exposed to air, meaning it could have more potential medical applications than delta 9, although Delta 8 is somewhat less potent. In cannabis plants, delta 8 is only present in trace amounts, so in most of the products you find online or in stores, the delta-8 THC is actually a synthetic converted from CBD, not a plant-extracted compound.  

Then we have delta-10 THC. D10 is a completely synthetic cannabinoid that was discovered on accident. As with many of the nation’s cannabis trends, delta-10 THC started in California too. An Adelanto-based company, Fusion Farms, bought some outdoor flower to manufacture concentrates. As many already know, California is subject to very large, nearly annual wildfires; and unbeknownst to Fusion Farms, the biomass they purchased was contaminated with fire retardant. Since they were unaware of the contamination, they continued with the extraction as planned but after the distillation process, unusual crystals began to form. These crystals were similar to THC, slightly different from any previously identified cannabinoid. And thus, it was dubbed delta-10 THC.  

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11-hydroxy-THC 

With the growing popularity of edibles, 11-hydroxy-THC is an important comound to cover. 11-hydroxy-THC is not a cannabinoid per se, but a metabolite created by our bodies when we consume THC in certain ways. When you eat plant-based THCs, such as delta-8 or delta-9 THC, the body breaks it down and metabolizes it via the liver. 11-hydroxy-THC is the resulting metabolite of the other tetrahydrocannabinols, and it’s much more potent. This is why delta-8 THC edibles are just as strong as delta-9 edibles, but the same can’t be said for flowers or vape products. 

This process is known as first pass metabolism, and it’s the reason why ingesting cannabis products orally has much more intense and long-lasting effects compared to smoking. So, if you’ve been wondering why edibles get you beyond baked, this why. If you’re anything like me and many other cannabis users I’ve spoken to, edibles hit different than smoking. Even though it takes a while to feel anything, once they kick in, I’m laid out on the couch almost every time. I feel more stoned, I’m laughing at everything, and eventually, I get super tired. This seems to be commonplace when it comes to edibles; but why exactly do they differ so much from smoking, from a scientific standpoint? 

It comes down to two factors: the drug-metabolizing enzymes in your GI tract, and blood flow to the liver. When you first eat a cannabis edible, various enzymes in the GI tract begin digesting the food. From that point, blood flow from the GI tract goes through the liver where all these enzymes are metabolized, then the blood continues to general circulation. When the metabolites are formed, that’s when you get the effects of 11-hydroxy-THC. 

However, when you smoke cannabis, THC is absorbed through the lungs and distributed directly into the bloodstream. The active compounds make their way to the brain where they interact with the CB receptors that are part of the endocannabinoid system. In this scenario, you are feeling the effects of the phytocannabinoids themselves, rather than the compound formed during metabolism. 

THCV, THCP, and THCO 

THCV, or tetrahydrocannabivarin, THCV is a naturally occurring analog of THC. THCV comes from the precursor cannabinoid CBGVA, which breaks down to into THCVA (tetrahydrocannabivarinic acid), which then is decarboxylated to form THCV. What’s interesting about THCV is the way that it interacts with our endocannabinoid system, and the subsequent effects it has on appetite and weight.  

THCV is a CB1 receptor antagonist, which is the reason THCV is known to suppress appetite, whereas delta-9 THC is a CB1 agonist, promoting hunger (or munchies). This theory has been tested pretty extensively on mice, although human trials are lacking. Either way, this could be a possible breakthrough treatment for diabetes and other dietary and weight-related health conditions.  

THCP, on the other hand, is a special type of THC analog called a homolog. A homolog is a molecule belonging to a series of compounds that differ from each other by a repeating unit. In this scenario, the repeating unit is the alkyl side chain. Delta 9 THC has a 5-term alkyl side chain, which means that it contains 5 total carbon atoms. THCP has an elongated 7-term chain. 

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And finally, let’s take a look at THC-O-Acetate, which is referred to as an acetate ester of delta-9 THC. Let’s cover what exactly that means. We know that delta-9 THC is created as a result of the decarboxylation of THCA, but there are different ways that decarboxylation can occur. Summarized, an acetate ester is a byproduct of a certain type of decarboxylation called LTA decarboxylation, a process that is very different from the standard method of heat/light induced decarboxylation.  

LTA decarboxylation uses a very toxic compound known as lead tetraacetate to promote oxidation to create oxidative decarboxylation, resulting in acetate ester. Acetate ester is not a naturally occurring compound and can only be produced using some sort of chemical catalyst. As such, THC-O-Acetate is a synthetic analogue of delta-9 THC. Although it’s gaining popularity, especially in vape products, it’s important to know that this is NOT a compound in any capacity in the cannabis plant.  

Recently Discovered – THCh and THCB 

Tetrahydrocannabihexol – Delta 9 Tetrahydrocannabihexol (THCh, Δ9-THCh or n-Hexyl-Δ9-THC), along with is cannabidihexol (CBDh), are phytocannabinoids that were discovered in 2020 by the same group of Italian researchers who first isolated THCP and CBDP (tetrahydrocannabiphorol and cannabidiphorol). In short, THCh is a hexyl homolog of delta 9 THC. THCh carries a n-hexyl side chain rather than alkyl like most THCs.  

These are the first hexyl derivatives of cannabinoids that have been discovered thus far. The definition of a hexyl group is “an irregular, saturated radical compound of hydrogen and carbon, derived from hexane.” Often this is the result of the loss of one or more hydrogen atoms. 

The situation with tetrahydrocannabutol is quite similar. It’s a homolog of delta-9 THC with the main difference being a butyl side chain replacing the alkyl chain. There is virtually no information available on this cannabinoid, other than the discovery that it has an affinity for both CB receptors, comparable to that of delta-9 THC.  

So, which THC is the strongest? 

The answer to that is a bit complex, but here it goes. When it comes to the “strongest” THC, it depends, to an extent, what product types and consumption methods you’re most interested in. To elaborate on that further, if you’re looking for strongest smokable type of THC, then THC-O will likely be your best bet. The downside, for me anyway, is that it’s completely synthetic.  

If you’re looking for something naturally-occurring, then THCP is said to be extremely potent. Unfortunately, it’s a trace cannabinoid so you won’t find large amounts of it in raw flowers. To utilize this compound, you’ll need to find concentrates, vape products, and other extracts that contain it.  

Realistically, 11-hydroxy-THC is probably the most potent form of THC, but obviously you won’t find this specific compound in any products because it’s a metabolite formed when we eat THC products, not a true phytocannabinoid. And if you’re not a person who like to use edibles, then you’re not getting any 11-hydroxy-THC anyway.  

For me personally, I get the best effects from delta-9 THC products. Despite the belief that THCP and THC-O are stronger, I personally have not noticed being any higher when using products containing these compounds. Call me a purist, but I still get the highest off good, old-fashioned, high-quality flowers (and live resin concentrates).  

Conclusion

When it comes to cannabinoids in today’s market, variety is certainly not lacking. Although many of these THCs are not yet available commercially or pharmaceutically, it’s exciting to know how many different versions of this psychoactive compound are being discovered, and how slight chemical variations can lead to some interesting differences in effects and benefits.

Hello and welcome! Thanks for stopping by CBDtesters.co, your #1 web source for cannabis and psychedelics-related news, offering the most interesting stories of today. Join us frequently to stay on-top of the quickly-moving world of legal drugs and industrial hemp, and remember to check out The THC Weekly Newsletterto ensure you’re never late on getting a story.

While not THC, HHC is also a very interesting psychoactive cannabinoid

Disclaimer: Hi, I’m a researcher and writer. I’m not a doctor, lawyer, or businessperson. All information in my articles is sourced and referenced, and all opinions stated are mine. I am not giving anyone advise, and though I am more than happy to discuss topics, should someone have a further question or concern, they should seek guidance from a relevant professional.

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8 Cannabis Creams for Treating Your Dry Winter Skin

It’s winter time and that means the days are short, dark and cold, and your skin is in need of some extra TLC to help combat the dryness that arctic temperatures can bring. During this time of the year, it’s important to switch up your skin routine to incorporate moisturizers that are thicker in texture to help coat any skin that may get exposed to the cold. Cannabis creams offer a way to hydrate, combined with the therapeutic effects of marijuana to help get you through winter feeling nourished and less tense. Here are some of our suggestions to keep you set until the sun returns in full force.

1) Apothecanna Everyday Body Cream

You can use this rich, hydrating cream every day to maintain your skin’s moisture, whether it’s right after a shower or anytime throughout the day. Mandarin, cedar and geranium come together in this lotion to make a light, citrusy scent that won’t have you worried that anyone will guess that you’re using a cannabis-infused lotion at your desk.

2) CBD For Life Foot Cream

Foot Cream Cannabis Now

With your feet bundled up in socks and shoes, it’s important to give them a little attention at the end of a busy day — especially if you’re been standing or walking around for a majority of it. Essential oils like peppermint and arnica combined with cannabis extract can help you reduce pain, soreness and inflammation while also getting some much-needed moisture.

3) Flower Power Super Skin Salve

Skin Salve Cannabis Now

Pull out this salve for those extra dry trouble areas like your elbows, knees, feet and anywhere else that needs some further attention. This salve is made with sungrown cannabis and solar-infused olive oil along with medicinal plants like calendula, comfrey, St. John’s wort, yarrow and plantain to boost the benefits and keep your skin hydrated.

4) Dixie Elixirs Muscle Relief Lotion

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For people whose work involves lots of typing or other repetitive movements with your hands, you can solve two problems with this soothing lotion that will keep your hands moisturized and help cut down on tension as you work. The muscle relief lotion is also great for post-shower moisturizing for a relaxed, pain-free body as you prepare for a rejuvenating rest.

5) Mary Jane’s Medicinals Body Lotion

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Repair sun-damaged skin from the summer and help you skin regenerate itself with this lotion that can also salvage dry, dull skin. A medley of oils including grapeseed, avocado, jojoba, sweet almond and coconut all work together to soften your skin, stop itchiness related to lack of moisture and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

6) Treat Yourself Skin Healing Body Butter

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This luxurious, whipped body butter is great for dry skin as well as eczema, psoriasis and other skin irritations that might get exacerbated when cold weather comes around. Its lightweight, non-greasy formula makes it easy to apply and absorb.

7) Cannabis Basics Hemp Sole’s Desire Repair Cream

Foot Cream Cannabis Now

If you deal with cracked heels and rough feet, rubbing this on before bed and letting it absorb overnight can help make a major difference. Cocoa and shea butter give this cream its thick texture paired with tea tree, arnica, lavender and spearmint to provides long-lasting relief.

8) Kush Creams Aloe-Based Face and Eye Cream

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Add this fragrance-free, hypoallergenic cream to your morning and evening skincare routine to keep your face and neck nice and smooth. With hempseed oil, which is known for its anti-inflammatory properties, infused in this cream, you can combat acne and reduce wrinkles as well.

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Product Reviewers Wanted – Get Free Cannabis Products!

If you’re looking for the ultimate cannabis industry job, we have the perfect option for you – Product Reviewers. Get paid to test out free cannabis products! If you’re interested in trying Delta 8, Delta 9 THC, Delta 10, THC-P, HHC, THCV, CBN, CBD, CBG and many other interesting compounds, keep on reading!

Product Reviewers Wanted: CBD Testers is looking for skilled and experienced people to try free cannabis and hemp products. For both written and video product reviewer positions, you will have all the latest and trendiest cannabis products delivered straight to your door, free! That includes vapes, edibles, topicals, tinctures, and more; and every cannabinoid you can think of such as Delta 8, 9, and 10, THCV, THC-P, THC-O, HHC, CBN, CBD, and so many more!

If you are looking for free cannabis products, this is the ultimate offer for you!

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STEP #2

Please take a look at the list of deals below as these are exactly the kind of products you will have to try, once approved to our product reviewers program.

More details about the product reviewers positions and how to claim your free cannabis products, are at the bottome of this page, below the deals:

Best After Christmas Deals:

Best Delta 8 THC Deals:

Binoid Premium Delta 8 Vape Cartridges

(25% discount sitewide)

Binoid Delta 8 Premium Vape Carts – Coupon: HOLIDAY25

Our ‘Best Choice’ award goes to ‘Binoid Delta 8 Premium Vape Cartridges‘, offering you a combination of quality, variety and price. Upon our request, they have created a special bundle for our readers, with an additional 25% discount.

If you want to experience the full range of Delta 8 THC, you should choose the special bundle, currently sold with an additional 25% discount, when using code ‘HOLIDAY25‘.

The 12-pack bundle includes 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.

MUST HAVE PRODUCT: The Blue-Dream hybrid Delta 8 THC vape cart is amazing. If you want to relax, but at the same time, feel great and energetic, this is the one for you. Whatever you do, don’t leave without it (but don’t let that stop you from choosing one of the bundles, as all carts are very good and you get them for a great price).

INSTRUCTIONS: Choose the 6-pack or the 12-pack bundle and use coupon code HOLIDAY25 for the additional 25% discount. With the extra 2 bonus cartridges, you will only pay $13/cart, an amazing price for such a high-quality product.

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High-Potency THC-P Vape Cartridges

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25% Discount On THC-P Vape Cartridges – 8 Pack
25% Discount On THC-P Vape Cartridges – 8 Pack

Looking for a high-potency product?

THC-P (AKA Tetrahydrocannabiphorol or THCP) is a new super-potent cannabinoid that is considered to be stronger than both THC-O, Delta 8, Delta 10 and even Delta-9 THC. Each of the new THC-P vape cartridges contains premium THCP distillate, Delta 8 THC and terpenes.

Both the 4 pack and the 8 pack bundles feature the following strains:  Aurora (Indica), Trainwreck (Sativa), Fruit Loops (Hybrid), & God’s Gift (Indica).

TIP: Start low and grow slow as this is one strong cannabinoid… Choose one of the bundles and experience the differences between Sativa, Indica and Hybrid.

INSTRUCTIONS: Choose the 6-pack or the 12-pack bundle and use coupon code HOLIDAY25 for the additional 25% discount.

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Christmas Deal: BOGO (Buy One Get One Free)

BOGO: HHC Vape Carts & Edibles

Want to try high-quality HHC products? Be the first to try the new HHC vapes and edibles, currently offered as part of a BOGO deal (Buy One Get One free).

Choose between Sure Diesel, Purple Punch, Zkittlez, Wedding Cake and 8 more flavors of HHC vape carts, both Indica, Hybrid and Sativa.

Don’t forget to use the BOGOX2 coupon code at checkout.

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Looking for 500mg HHC gummies? Choose between Rope, Clusters, Fellows, Worms, Bites & Sour Watermelon.

Don’t forget to use BOGOX2 coupon code for the BOGO deal.

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Vegan Hemp-Derived Delta-9 Gummies

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With 10 mg of hemp-derived Delta-9 THC, these vegan D9 gummies are a great choice for anyone looking to buy Delta 9 THC products online. Each pack contains 10 of these small babies, total 100mg THC.

Stocking-up opportunity: Get an additional 25% discount when choosing 10 items or more with the Gummy25 coupon code. This great offer will allow you to get Delta-9 THC gummies for as-low-as $1/gummy! A great price for Delta-9 THC gummies, finally available online.

Cristmas deal – 25% discount with the Gummy25 coupon code when choosing 10 items or more. This deal will run until Dec 31st.

Choose between: Guavaberry Fruit, Blueberry Citrus and Kiwi Mixer.

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High-potency THC-O gummies

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Have you tried the new THC-O edibles? The Long-awaited THCO gummies have arrived and they are so strong! Be the first to try them and see for yourself why the internet is already obsessed with THC-O.

THC-O is a new potent cannabinoid. Some even believe it to be stronger than regulat THC (delta-9 thc) and slightly psychedelic, as in some cases people report it to produce a mild spiritual experience. With 25mg of THC-O in each gummy, 500mg total, the Mixed THC Gummies is a prefect choice for anyone looking to try this new cannabinoid.

Effects: THCO might produce a strong uplifting and happy feeling with a calming body sensation.

TIP: Choose the 3 pack or the 6 pack and get an additional 25% discount using the HOLIDAY25 coupon code. 

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High-Potency THCP Tinctures

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Another great way to experience this new high-potency cannabinoid, is by using a THCP tincture and getting full control of the dosage. As THCP is considered to be one of the strongest cannabinoids, using a tincture will allow you to start low and grow slow, which is the right way to handle new products.

Currently, as part of our ongoing promotion, you can get a 25% discount on all bundles, using the HOLIDAY25 coupon code. Take advantage of this great stocking-up opportunity and buy premium THCP tinctures (1000mg) for as-low-as $25/bottle, a unique price for this hard-to-find product.

TIP: Start low and grow slow as this is one strong product…

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Entourage Hybrid Gummies – $80/lb

If you want an effective product, try the Entourage Hybrid 40 mg Mini Fruit Slices, featuring both HHC, Delta-8 THC, THC-O, CBN, CBD and CBG in one well-balanced product. Using this product you can expect to feel euphoric, focused, relaxed but at the same time feel a little energetic and experience body buzz.

Also available Entourage Indica Gummies and Entourage Sativa Gummies.

TIP: Choose 1 LB (90 ct) and use the cbdflowers coupon code for an additional 20% discount. This will take the price down to as-low-as $80/lb, an amazing price for this popular product.

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Entourage Get Krispy Bar – 100 mg

Another great product is the new Entourage Get Crispy Bar, infused with 100 mg of the same entourage cannabinoid blend! As the product contains 100 mg a piece you can share it, as there are 2 to 4 servings per snack.

Choose between Indica, Hybrid and Sativa.

Don’t forget to use the cbdflowers coupon code for an additional 20% discount. This will take the price down to only $8/Treat, a very good price for this effective product.

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Christmas Deal: BOGO (Buy One Get One Free)

BOGO: Delta 10 Sour Watermelon Gummies

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Everyone loves gummies. They are so nice to eat and a great way to get your daily dose of cannabinoids. This Christmas you could get as many Delta 10 gummies as you want, as they have offered as part of a BOGO deal (Buy One Get One free).

Choose between Sour Watermelon, Gummy Worms, Rainbow Bites, Sour Fellows, Mellow Clusters & Mellow Rope.

Don’t forget to use the BOGOX2  coupon code at checkout.

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The CBN Saver Bundle

(40% discount with THCWEEKLY coupon code)

The new ‘CBN Saver Bundle‘ offers us a great way to experience the relaxing benefits of CBN, heavily discounted for the holiday. CBN has been known for it’s great night time relief and it is usually taken right before going to bed.
 

The bundle iscludes the following items: 600mg CBN Tincture, 100mg CBN Gummies, and CBD+CBN Softgel pack. If you have never tried CBN before, now it’s your chance to do it, as all products are on sale!

Want to save more? Get an additional 15% discount, using our ‘THC WEEKLY‘ coupon code. 

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40% Discount On The Delta-9 THC Bundle

The new ‘Legal Limits D9 + CBD Saver Bundle‘ offers us a great way to experience the combined benefits of Delta-9 THC and CBD, heavily discounted for the holiday. All products in this bundle are hemp-derived, which means you can freely buy it online.

The bundle iscludes the following items: 10ml Tropical Mix Delta 9 gummies (30 count, total of 300mg THC), Vegan Delta 9 shot with 40mg of Delta-9 THC and Berry Sweet CBD gummies (10mg each, 200mg total).

Want to save more? For an additional 15% discount, use our ‘THC WEEKLY‘ coupon code, taking the price to under $32 for all three products! This is a fantastic price for these best-selling products, sold separately for double that price.

TIP: Don’t forget to use the THCWEEKLY coupon code for the additional 15% discount.

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STEP #3: Apply for the position

The Product Reviewers Positions – More Details On How To Get Free Cannabis Products

Product Reviewers/Testers (WRITTEN)

Are you looking for a job that allows you to test out various cannabis products while getting paid for it? If so, then CBD Testers has the perfect position for you…

We are looking to hire a few Product Testers/Reviewers to explore all the newest and trendiest cannabis products on the market. You’ll be testing vapes, edibles, flowers, and more – Delta 8, Delta 10, THCO, THCP, and pretty much any legal cannabinoid available to consumers. Your reviews will be shared on our website and social media accounts.

Requirements:

  • Thorough understanding of the cannabis industry and different products
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Stop At the Sign: THC Limits In the US

As the cannabis world opens up, regulation is put in place to organize its manufacture, sale, and use, and this includes how much THC can be involved. Whether a medical or recreational market, these regulations exist. Here’s a look into THC regulation in the US when it comes to legalized markets.

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Industry regulation

When an industry is started, there isn’t anything there at the beginning to guide…anything. When cars were first introduced to the American marker in the late 1800’s, do you think there were seatbelt laws, and emission controls, and driver’s exams?

Not exactly, and certainly not enforced. Seat belts weren’t enforced until 1962 in most states for lap belts, and in 1966 for shoulder belts. Emission controls weren’t initiated until the early 1960’s, culminating with the Clean Air Act, and The Vehicle Air Pollution and Control Act. And while Rhode Island did it first, there wasn’t a mandatory test for driving instituted by the US government (though varying by state) until 1959.

So, it suffices to say that not everything happens overnight in a new industry. In fact, some things, like emission controls, wouldn’t have been thought of, because it wasn’t the issue it is today. It would have taken time to use the cars to understand the value of such controls, and this could only come from experiencing the industry. Just like, it wasn’t understood that a vehicle might be hard to control, and warranted a little instruction first.

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THC regulation

There are actually a couple ways of looking at THC regulation. The first is the amount allowed in a product. Usually this is about five or ten milligrams. THC limits vary between US states, as states set their own limits, but no recreational state is above 10mg, or below five. This is not applicable to medical markets which often allow more, but with a medical card.

For our purposes today, we are more interested in THC limits for recreational markets. And what this means, is the top amount of THC allowable for a product to be able to be sold in a legal dispensary by its local state law.

The other way to regulate THC is like with alcohol, in terms of a blood THC level. This is newer, and now being applied in more places, particularly for driving requirements. When looking at THC in this way, it’s generally measured in nanograms per milliliter of blood. Different THC limits exist in different US states for driving, though all states make it technically illegal to drive while impaired by weed. As cannabis is federally illegal, no federal requirement exists for THC limits for anything, other than that it’s illegal to have it.

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THC limits by US state

Washington

Since Washington started it, let’s start there. In terms of edibles, the cap is 10mg of THC per unit, and 100mg total per package. Edibles often have stricter standards because of the lapse time for working, and the ability to more easily overdose on THC. Some kind of maximum is seen in all legalized states. Washington instituted a maximum THC level for driving at five nanograms per milliliter or higher of THC in the blood stream.

Washington is currently trying to limit THC in concentrate products to 30% THC, and to institute a 25-year-old age minimum. Detractors point out that this age minimum does not match the rest of cannabis regulation, and that if people want high-THC concentrates, they’re likely to go out and get them on the black market if they can’t be legally bought in a dispensary.

California

California also allows up to 10mg of THC in edible products with 100mg per entire package. As of right now, California has no limits of THC for high-THC products like vapes and concentrates, nor does it have a legal limit for driving. In traffic-related cases, the prosecutor must prove the driver was impaired by cannabis.

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Oregon

Oregon, another one of the first states to drop, is also pushing for more relaxed laws. Starting in January 2022, the limit per edible is increased to 10mg from five, and the total package amount is raised to 100mg from 50. Oregon does not have legislation for high-THC products like concentrates and vapes. Nor does it have a maximum blood THC limit, though driving while being adversely affected by a controlled substance, is illegal. The phrasing is that the person must be adversely affected to a “noticeable or perceptible degree.”

Colorado

Colorado keeps to the 10mg maximum for a single edible, and 100mg for a package of edibles. The state does not have a cap for high-THC concentrates, but did attempt to float a bill earlier this year (HB21-1317) that would impose a limit of 15% on concentrates. The bill serves several purposes, and this particular one was nixed for now. Colorado does uphold a THC limit for driving, using five nanograms per milliliter like Washington state. This was established back in 2019.

Illinois

Illinois doesn’t stray from the norm, allowing 10mg of THC per edible serving, and 100mg per edibles package. Illinois does not currently have regulation for high-THC concentrates. While it is illegal to have cannabis out in a car, there isn’t a law providing a maximum THC blood measurement. Driving under the influence of cannabis is illegal, but like with other states without an official limit, impairment would have to be proven in a court of law.

Michigan

Along with the rest thus far, Michigan allows for 10mg of THC per an edible, and 100mg for a package. Michigan goes a bit further, regulating the amount of THC in capsules and tinctures as well, with a cap at 10mg per serving, and 200mg per package. Other products also have a 10mg max per serving and 100mg max per package. I see nothing further about THC limits for concentrates, so it is possible that this 10mg max applies to concentrates as well.

In Michigan, driving while using cannabis, or being in the passenger seat while using cannabis on a public road, are both illegal. However, the state does not have a blood THC level maximum. Essentially like everywhere else with similar laws, the situation comes down to the determination of law enforcement as to how impaired the driver is/was.

Alaska

Alaska keeps it going with the 10mg/100mg breakdown for edible products. This is not related to concentrates, for which Alaska has no specific regulation or THC content. Alaska has no limit for blood THC levels for driving either, and law enforcement must judge the situations based on impairment of drivers.

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Maine

Maine follows suit with 10mg per product, 100mg per package. Maine currently has no regulation in terms of THC caps for concentrate products, nor is there a maximum stated blood THC content for drivers. The idea came up to institute one by a group within Maine’s legislature back in 2015. The group recommended the limit be 2 nanograms of THC per deciliter of blood, however it never transpired into law. While Maine has no maximum blood THC content laws, driving under the influence of an intoxicant is illegal. Much like other locations, the designation is made by law enforcement.

Massachusetts

Massachusetts is the first here to vary from the 10mg standard, instituting a limit of 5.5mg per edible, with 20 servings allowable, for a total of 110mg per package. It has no regulation for high-THC concentrates. And, while it is illegal to operate a motor vehicle under the influence of cannabis in Massachusetts, there is no legal maximum. Driving with any level of impairment is illegal.

Nevada

Nevada returns us to 10mg per edible and 100mg per package. Though Nevada has no law for THC concentration in concentrates, it does have more extensive laws for driving under the influence. In Nevada, a person is considered under the influence if they have 2 nanograms of THC and 5 nanograms of metabolite in their bloodstream when driving.

Vermont

Vermont brings the edibles limit back down again, with a max of 5mg per edible, and 50mg per edibles package. The Vermont market has not actually opened yet, and is expected to do so in 2022, so these laws have not technically gone into effect. However, Vermont went farther than other states, instituting a cap of 30% THC for cannabis flowers, and a 60% limit for concentrates.

The state did not institute a driving maximum however, so though driving under the influence is illegal, there is no dictating amount of THC specifically for arrest. In fact, so long as there is a detectable level of an illicit substance, the person is breaking the law. How this then relates to cannabis – as a non-illicit drug – has not been made clear.

Arizona

Arizona returns us to 10mg per edible, and 100mg per edibles package. The state has no maximum for THC in concentrates, and no maximum amount of THC in the blood to separate legal driving from driving under the influence. As such, its left to the discretion of law enforcement.

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Montana

Montana maintains 10mg/100mg, but then goes a lot farther with other products. Flowers cannot go over 35% THC, topicals are set at 6%, and no more than 800mg per package. Patches, suppositories, and transdermal patches have a maximum THC allowance of up to 800mg. There is no further regulation for other concentrates. Montana has a cutoff for driving under the influence at five nanograms per milliliter. Right now, though cannabis has been legalized in the state, these rules (apart from driving) do not apply until the regulated market starts in the beginning of January, 2022.

New Jersey

New Jersey legalized cannabis earlier in 2021, so the state doesn’t have a regulated market set up yet, and no date has been set for when it will begin. Though some laws have been stated about cannabis in general, the laws related to maximum THC limits in edibles, concentrates and other products, and for driving, have not been instituted as of this writing. It is, however, illegal to drive under the influence. Currently there are arguments in favor of keeping out restrictions for maximum THC content.

New York

New York legalized cannabis recreationally earlier in 2021 as well, meaning no regulated market just yet. No limits have been set for THC in any products, and New York has no official designation for THC amounts to constitute driving while being impaired. It is, however, illegal to drive while being impaired by drugs.

New Mexico

New Mexico legalized recreational cannabis within 24 hours of New York, thus also making it a bit early for a regulated market. No limits have been set for THC in products, nor is there a maximum THC limit for driving, although driving under the influence is illegal in the state.

Virginia

Virginia is a 2021 legalization state and has no open regulated market yet either. The state has no caps set up at this time for THC in products, nor does it have a legal limit for THC in the blood for driving. Having said that, it is illegal to drive under the influence of marijuana if it impairs the ability to drive correctly.

Connecticut

Connecticut is also a summer 2021 legalization, and regulated sales are not expected until late 2022. It is however reported that Connecticut has made certain decisions regarding THC limits at the rate of 5mg per edible, although it really remains to be seen, as nothing is completely formalized. Connecticut has no official limit for legal driving, citing impairment as the divider.

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Conclusion

So there you have it. Cannabis regulation is all over the place in the US, with varying laws for THC limits between different US states. Should a federal mandate ever come (and it should soon), there might be a little more uniformity in how this is done.

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