Minnesota Files Lawsuit Against Several Companies for Illicit Edible Sales

The state of Minnesota said Monday that it is suing a trio of businesses for alleged violations of the state’s edible cannabinoid laws, saying that they are selling products that contain up to 50 times the permitted amount of THC. 

The lawsuit filed by the Minnesota Board of Pharmacy targets three companies, one of which, Northland Vapor—a company with retail locations in Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota—allegedly “sold edible cannabinoid products that contain THC far in excess of five milligrams per serving and far in excess of 50 milligrams per package.”

Under Minnesota state law, the Board of Pharmacy explained, “an edible cannabinoid product…must not contain more than five milligrams of any hemp-derived tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in a single serving or more than a total of 50 milligrams per package.”

Investigators for the agency “found packages containing 2,500 milligrams of THC, 50 times the amount permitted under Minnesota law,” the Board said. 

Perhaps the most notable contraband swept up in the investigation were thousands of packages of the Delta-8 THC products known as “Death by Gummy Bears.”

As the Minnesota Board of Pharmacy explained, the “U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) received complaints about serious adverse events associated with Northland Vapor’s ‘Death by Gummy Bears’ delta-8 THC products, including a death.”

Minnesota Public Radio reports that the board’s lawsuit “says the owner of the companies, Brett Erpelding, acknowledged to investigators that they sold products that were not in compliance with Minnesota law but maintained the products were not sold in Minnesota.”

“The pharmacy board, in conjunction with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, has been investigating Erpelding’s companies after the FDA was notified in October that a healthy 23-year-old in West Virginia died shortly after consuming 10 Death by Gummy Bears brand items. The cause of death in the case was listed as undetermined,” Minnesota Public Radio reported.

Last month, on November 8, the Board of Pharmacy and the FDA “initiated an inspection at Northland Vapor’s manufacturing warehouse in Moorhead, Minnesota,” the Board said in its release, noting that investigators discovered “edible cannabinoid products that matched those for sale on the companies’ websites and at their retail location that were in violation of state law, including the following: Approximately 28,896 packages of Death by Gummy Bears, labeled as 25 individual gummy bears at 100 milligrams of THC per serving, totaling 2,500 milligrams per package; Approximately 112,710 packages of Death by Gummy Bears, labeled as 10 individual gummy bears at 100 milligrams of THC per serving, totaling 1,000 milligrams per package; Approximately 2,400 packages of Wonky Weeds Gummies, labeled as 10 individual gummies at 30 milligrams of THC per serving, totaling 300 milligrams per package; and Approximately 2,310 bottles of Wonky Weeds THC Syrup, containing 700 milligrams of THC per bottle.”

The state’s new edible law took effect last summer, catching some lawmakers and residents off guard, who weren’t aware that Minnesota had effectively legalized recreational cannabis. The law has come under criticism for its lack of regulations and safeguards.

The state’s Democratic governor, Tim Walz, has long expressed his support for legalization and now that he has secured re-election––and now that the Democrats have regained control of the state legislature––there is hope that an even more robust cannabis law may soon be arriving in the Land of 10,000 Lakes. 

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MJBizCon: Still No THC, Still Alcohol Sales

The biggest cannabis business convention happened in November, and it gave us some great insights into the current trends in the world of weed. It also emphasized where there is still some funky discombobulation in cannabis laws. Once again at 2022’s MJBizcon, there was still no THC on the floor, while alcohol was still openly sold.

Why it matters – reason #1 – it’s literally a convention for weed

There are three main reasons why it matters that MJBizCon didn’t allow THC, but did allow alcohol. The first is basic logic. What’s the point of going to a convention, where you can’t sample real products? And therefore, what’s the point of being an exhibitor, if you can’t really get consumers, or potential business partners, to really know what you’re making. This doesn’t apply to every company, or every part of the industry, but it applies to many.

This is a business convention that revolves around making consumer products in some form, and as a business that revolves around THC, not having that main ingredient, means making it difficult for a lot of companies.


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Can you imagine going to a wine festival, or a whiskey festival, or a cheese festival, and being told that you couldn’t try any of the respective products. Imagine a wine festival with fake wine, or a cheese festival where you could eat the product, but without that specific ingredient. Whether you’re a consumer, or looking to make business connections, not getting a good idea of a product, stymies the entire process.

Functionally, as a convention about weed, in a state where weed is legal for recreational use, it becomes absurd that actual weed products, couldn’t be sampled or sold. As in, the entire purpose for many people to be there, was hindered by not getting a good idea of what the specific offering was. And that also meant ruling out a lot of companies from even showing, as not being able to preview their actual products, would make attending such a convention unnecessary.

Plenty of what was there didn’t technically need weed. Apparatus for mass growing or packaging, branding companies, insurance… But even those selling rolling papers or vapes had no way for their specific products to be tested, and therefore separated in any way from everything on either side. Realistically, when having a convention for something, its best to have that something there. In places without legalization measures its more understandable when this doesn’t happen, but in Las Vegas…?

Cannabis convention with no THC

Why it matters – reason #2 – it means weed is treated as more dangerous than alcohol

Maybe the bigger reason it matters that MJBizCon said no to THC, and yes to alcohol, is simply in the comparison it makes to a much more dangerous drug; which was openly sold and used, when weed products couldn’t be. Yup, I’m talking about alcohol. According to the CDC, in the US alone, alcohol kills about 140,000 people a year, while also being said to take as many as 26 years off a person’s life. While most of these deaths are not direct, they still make alcohol the #2 death-toll drug behind smoking.

Considering there is no death toll associated with cannabis, its odd that cannabis regulation often makes it harder to get to, than it is to get to the much more deadly alcohol. While real cannabis (and anything related to THC) was not allowed on the floor of MJBizCon, alcohol was openly sold and drank, sometimes right next to stalls where cannabis products were swapped out for fake plant material.

And while so much of the business industry focused on packaging (specifically child-proof packaging), a can or bottle of beer is still just as easy to open as a can of soda, and high proof alcohol requires nothing more than twisting a cap.

If you didn’t know better, and you saw this scene, you’d probably think cannabis actually is dangerous. And certainly way more dangerous than alcohol. In a scenario like this, without knowing more, it would appear that cannabis proposes incredible danger, while alcohol does not. Let’s remember, no one lives at that convention center, and everyone had to drive in if they didn’t get a ride, meaning plenty of people having drinks and driving back out. Seems like the convention organizers, and the state in general, were fine with that, but not with a person smoking a joint.

No THC, yes alcohol
No THC, yes alcohol

Why it matters – reason #3 – it means inconsistency and misunderstanding in cannabis regulation

Let’s be honest, I complained about this last year. This problem has existed for as long as the legal weed industry has been around. And pretty much every place with a legalization, follows these same crazy guidelines, wherein cannabis use must follow weirdly strict regulation, whereas alcohol, doesn’t. From where its sold, to who can use it, to where its legal to use. All these favor alcohol consumption over cannabis consumption, yet alcohol has only medical detractions, while cannabis is also used as a medicine.

That’s right, it’s not just that its consistently shown to be way less dangerous than alcohol for recreational use (like, not even in the same category), but it also helms a massive and growing world of medical use. People depend on it to live. We have study after study talking of the benefits for both medical issues, and general health, and yet its still easier to buy and use alcohol.

How long does it take for logic to set in? Why haven’t these laws been updated at all in a place like Nevada that has recreational use? And for that matter, how is it still federally illegal, while alcohol is one of the most ubiquitous drugs around? How can we ever expect this industry to function better, when we can’t even get regulators to regulate the industry honestly? It’s been years since many states passed measures, yet this inconsistency in regulation, never seems to go away. And when the biggest business convention, MJBizCon, says no to THC, while allowing alcohol, we know there really is a problem.

Why it REALLY matters at MJBizCon

This harks back to the first reason, but its an incredibly important point to make. MJBizCon is for the promotion of the weed industry, and all the businesses therein. It’s not a school, or a playground, or a bingo game. It’s a convention set up by industry insiders to help empower those in the industry by setting up a way for them to make new connections, and learn more about the industry.

In that sense, MJBizCon comes to represent the industry. And it’s not put on by parent groups, or teachers, or politicians. It’s put on by a weed-centered publication, and weed-centered businesses. Which makes me wonder how these proponents of weed, are okay with having this scenario. Why didn’t it come up as a major point of conversation?

Why didn’t we all sign a petition to get things to change? Why are we so complacent with having logic ignored in the face of nonsensical federal law? Am I the only person it occurs to that this inconsistency, when not focused on and fixed, just leads to more future inconsistencies?

Inconsistent cannabis regulation
Inconsistent cannabis regulation

It’s important for those within the industry, to stand up for it appropriately. That this issue has never been brought up at the convention, is sad to me. That there seems to still be a misunderstanding about these dangers in government regulation and statements, is sad to me. It means organizers are more interested in making a buck off alcohol sales, than working to make sure the public at their events is understanding of the regulation issue.

As long as nonsensical laws aren’t challenged, it means they’ll just continue on. Weed prices might have gone down in some places despite ridiculously high taxes, but that has more to do with overproduction driving down prices, than a realization that such heavy taxation, particularly sin taxes, make the industry less appealing than the black market. In the case of alcohol vs weed, we already have plenty showing us the danger of one, and the benefits of the other, yet the lack of consistent regulation, is constantly ignored, even though it too, hurts the industry.

Conclusion

MJBizCon was a great time, but it still represents through its barring of THC and allowance of alcohol sales, that the weed industry is very unevenly regulated, especially compared to the alcohol industry. Will this ever change in the future? We’ll have to wait and see.

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How to Vape Cannabis Concentrates

The world of cannabis is constantly changing, with more and more people finding new and extraordinary ways to consume it. Weed buds are not the only option anymore, there are now liquid cartridges that can be used in electronic vaporizer devices. But not only that, even scientists have had their input, creating cannabis concentrates. These golden, potent substances can be placed in joints or, even better, put in a vape too. But how does it work? What are the crucial steps in vaping concentrates? In addition, why bother at all? Today we will be looking at how to vape these potent substances, as well as the benefits of doing so. Let’s go. 

What are Cannabis Concentrates?

Have you ever looked at a cannabis bud, and wondered what it would be like if you could take away all of the excess materials and only be left with the most potent part? Only cannabinoids and terpenes, all in a beautiful filtered down substance. Well, this is exactly what cannabis concentrates are. Terpenes are responsible for the flavours and aromas in cannabis. There are supposedly over 150 types. If you’ve ever bought a gram of ‘blueberry kush’ from some dodgy guy, then chances are the blueberry smell comes from its terpenes. If not, he’s just given a random name to it, which is also possible. Cannabinoids, on the other hand, are the compounds in the plant that are responsible for the effects they have. There are over 100 of them. However, CBD and THC are the most prominent and well known. THC is a psychoactive substance, which means that it has mind-altering effects, whereas CBD is not. Nonetheless, they both bind to the endocannabinoid system in the body, which consequently changes the processes in the body that are responsible for: appetite, mood, senses and pain. This is why people can feel a variety of effects when consuming cannabis. But, not only that, this is why it is used in medical practices. When cannabis concentrates are made, it’s these compounds – terpenes and cannabinoids – that are filtered into a special substance. 

Different Types of Concentrates

There are many types of cannabis concentrates. Some of them are so similar that having two separate names seems pointless, but the connoisseurs out there swear there’s a difference. This difference comes in its texture and form. Whilst the majority of concentrates are golden, honey-like substances, they all can have slightly alternative forms. 

  • Shatter
  • Budder
  • Crumble
  • Wax

There are more than just these too. Anything that is a concentrated version of cannabis counts as a concentrate. This means that any type of weed oil is also part of the concentrate family. Also included is hash, which is commonly made from being pressed into small blocks. When discussing cannabis concentrates, people are referring to the more potent types – the ones listed above. This is because their potency is especially high. Here is the amount of expected THC in a usual batch of substances:

Flower buds – 15% THC

Hash – 30% THC

Concentrates – 60-90% THC

How Concentrates are made

Cannabis concentrates are made in a variety of ways, and some are far more expensive than others. Remember, this process can require a great deal of expensive equipment. As Jesse in Breaking Bad would say: “It’s science b****”! Here are the most common methods of extraction: 

Solvent-based

Solvents are added to the cannabis in order to dissolve the potent part of the plant: the resin. When the solvent is then removed, vape oil, wax or shatter is left. The types of solvents that are used include:

  • Hydrocarbons 
  • CO2
  • Alcohol 

This kind of process requires expensive equipment and people who definitely know what they are doing. We would not advise you to try this at home. 

Non-solvent-based 

Sifting

Using a mesh, the small pieces of kief can be slowly shaken out of the plant. This separates the potent parts from the rest of the cannabis.  

Ice Water

This is a common way of making hash. The cannabis is put in a jar with water and ice. As it is agitated, the parts separate. This is one of the cleanest ways of making concentrate. 

Heat & Pressure

This is probably the most common way of making cannabis concentrates. With this method you can make all types – including wax, shatter and budder. It’s simple, you place the bud in between two hot metal plates and press. This then extracts the good stuff. You can buy a rosin press, or you can even use straighteners. 

How to Vape Cannabis Concentrates

Vaping cannabis concentrates can be the greatest thing you’ve ever done. The potency may be something you’re not used to, so you must ensure you take it easy the first time. Remember, this substance can be far more strong than your usual flower buds. Here are the crucial steps to help you along your way.

Step 1 – Choose Your Vaporizer

First things first, ensure your vaporizer can actually take concentrates. There are two types of cannabis vapes, dry herb and cart. For these types of concentrates, you’re going to need a device that allows for raw material to go inside. Cartridge vapes allow you to consume cannabis oil, but we’re focusing on vaping the raw materials. There are specific dabbing vapes that exist, although it’s probably better to purchase a vape that allows for more than one kind of substance. This means a dry herb vape is the one for you. However, you must also ensure that it fits a concentrate pad in too. Without this, your concentrate will be melting into the crevices of the device and breaking it. The pad will stop this from happening. Dry herb vaporizers can cost anywhere from below $100 to over $400. It really depends on how much you want to spend and how much you think you will be using it. You want a device that is also easy to clean, otherwise you may only be using it once to vape these substances. Once you’ve chosen a vaporizer, turn it on and get ready. 

Step 2 – Concentrate Pad

Now you must input the concentrate pad. This usually looks like a small, metallic accessory. It shouldn’t be hard to place it in your device, as long as it fits your specific vaporizer. Ensure that this is the case. Once it is in, you can slowly place a small amount of concentrate (budder, wax, shatter or even hash) onto the pad. Don’t overpack the vape, space allows for the heat around the substance to do its work. Remember, you can have several goes at this so there’s no need to overdo it the first time. 

Step 3 – Perfect Temperature

Finding the perfect temperature can be tricky but essential. Vapes usually heat anywhere from around 180 degrees to 240 degrees. The hotter it is, the more potent it will be but the less flavoursome. The lower the heat is, the less potent but the more aromas will come through. You’ll have to find the perfect balance yourself. 

200 degrees – low levels of potency, with great flavour

220 degrees – Reasonably potent, okay flavours

240 degrees – I’m super high, less flavour

These are some tips but, ultimately, you must decide what works for you.

Step 4 – Enjoy 

The last step, as it should be, is to enjoy yourself. Vaping concentrates can completely open your cannabis world. You don’t need to only smoke joints anymore, there’s now far more interesting ways to consume your substances. With the potency of concentrates, make sure you’re set and setting is ideal for you to enjoy the high. Ensure that your location is perfect, the people you are with are kind, and your mindset is ready. With this in place, and the vape turned on, you’ll be prepared to have a great time. 

Benefits of Vaping Concentrates

Potency

You can reap the rewards of the purest form of cannabis. With up to 90% THC, you will be sure to feel the full force of the plant. This also means you won’t need to constantly top up, and can sit back and enjoy the high. 

Flavour

The flavour you experience from vaping concentrates is something you may not be used to. When you smoke weed, a lot of the terpenes are burnt out. However, with concentrates and the lower heat of vaping, you are sure to taste flavours you didn’t even know were there. 

Smooth

A vape hit is far less harsh than a hit from a joint due to its lower temperature levels. You can enjoy the avoidance of throat pain. 

Discreet

Unlike a joint, vapes don’t smell anywhere near as much on your body or clothes. This is because there is no cloud of smoke. Vapour is far less obvious too. It’s less dense and does not linger anywhere near as much as a joint would. You can vape in peace, without the fear of being realised. 

Conclusion

Vaping cannabis concentrates will change the way you think about cannabis. Not only does it allow you to experience the plant in its purest form – with its potency and flavours – but it also proves the immense power and benefits of vaporizers. They are discrete and far healthier than smoking. With these key steps and vital information, you will be able to vape cannabis concentrates easily. Enjoy.

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What is THC? The Cannabis Plant’s Most Abundant Compound

The cannabis plant is beautiful but complex. For centuries it was left untouched by humanity, growing freely in all corners of the world, before suddenly it was being used for hemp raw materials, spiritual ceremonies and enjoyment. One of the prominent cannabinoids within cannabis is THC, which gives the well-known high effect that many desire. But how much do you actually know about THC? We’re going to be taking you through its traits, the way it works on the body and how the rest of the world views it. Let’s go. 

THC

THC, also known as tetrahydrocannabinol, is one of the more dominant cannabinoids within the cannabis plant. There are over 500 discovered compounds inside cannabis, around 100 of these are cannabinoids. These are responsible for the effects that the user experiences. There are also over 100 terpenes within the plant, these are what give it its flavor and aroma. As more nations begin legalizing the substance, there is far more research being done to fully understand it.

To put it simply, THC is the psychoactive chemical that causes the majority of the effects that come from consuming cannabis. Psychoactive cannabinoids have mind-altering effects, whereas some do not. The plant secretes resin containing the cannabinoids through the glands, and this is where the ‘high’ derives from. 

Differences to CBD

The other prominent cannabinoid within the plant is CBD, also known as cannabidiol. It is derived from the hemp plant, which is like a close cousin of marijuana – which contains mostly THC. Funnily enough, the two cannabinoids have the same chemical structure. This includes 21 carbon atoms, 30 hydrogen atoms and 2 oxygen atoms. However, the ways in which they are arranged is what makes them intrinsically different. This difference means that CBD is not psychoactive, whereas THC is. In essence, CBD does not have mind-altering effects like its cousin. There is no high.

However, it is still used commonly in medical cannabis practices, due to its relaxing effects on various physical and mental ailments. Due to the fact that CBD is not used recreationally, it has been legalized in the majority of the world. CBD edibles and beverages are everywhere these days. However, THC has been a much slower burner. The specific way it works on the body – triggering the well-known ‘high’ – has made it unpopular and harder to legalize. 

Cannabinoids 

There are over 100 cannabinoids within the cannabis plant, and more are being discovered frequently. Some of these include: THC, CBD, THCa, CBDa, CBN, CBC, THCV and many others. Most cannabinoids do not get you high, but this does not mean they do not all combine together to create certain effects. Even CBD – whilst not psychoactive – will influence the way that THC reacts with the endocannabinoid system in the body. As more research is being done, newer products containing less common cannabinoids are being released.


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For instance, Binoid have products that contain THCV, which is supposed to be stronger than THC. The world of cannabinoids might seem overly confusing, but really it is just an example of a bunch of lab coats messing around with the structures of the cannabis plant to see how it changes its effects. The important thing to remember is that cannabinoids need to be heated in the decarboxylation process in order to be activated. This is how THCa becomes the psychoactive THC. Without this process, cannabis is basically inactive. 

THC and the Body

All cannabinoids work on the body in mostly the same way. However, it is their individual traits and chemicals that will trigger different reactions. The endocannabinoid system – which are cannabinoid receptors – are located in different areas of the body. When cannabis is consumed, the cannabinoids bind to these receptors and activate changes in their memory, pleasure, concentration, time perception and overall senses.

THC links specifically to receptors in the brain, which controls mood, appetite and other feelings. CBD, on the other hand, works mainly on the body, causing relaxation. As the THC stimulates the cells, it triggers dopamine release, which can create feelings of euphoria. The effects it has on the receptors can also cause some hallucinations, depending on potency. Here are the common effects or feelings of THC:

Positive Effects

  • Euphoria
  • Deep thoughts
  • Motivation
  • Pain relief
  • Relaxation 
  • Giggliness
  • Inventiveness

Negative Effects

  • Dizziness
  • Nausea 
  • Memory loss
  • Confusion 
  • Concentration issues
  • Tiredness
  • Paranoia 

Is THC Dangerous?

Like with any substance, moderation is crucial. There have been cases where the overuse of THC has caused problems. First of all, smoking any substance can damage your lungs and major organs. Combustion, the process of lighting a joint, releases dangerous toxins and cancerous carcinogens into the body. However, if you vape your cannabis, you avoid the process of combustion.

This makes it far healthier for you. Consuming cannabis through edibles is also an even healthier option. There have been cases where the over consumption of THC has caused mood swings, anxiety and dependency. It is always important to keep track of your feelings when using cannabis, in order to fully know how it’s impacting your everyday life. 

Medical Benefits

Whilst THC gives users the desired ‘high’ they want, it also is being used more and more in medical practices for the benefits it has. The way it works on the endocannabinoid system can also help massively with physical and mental pains. The FDA in the US have approved two synthetic formulations of THC that can be used to treat certain ailments. Nabilone and Dronabinol are both used for treating cancer symptoms and pains. THC can help with a variety of issues:

  • Pain
  • Sleep deprivation
  • Appetite loss
  • Sickness
  • Anxiety
  • Muscle spasms 
  • Glaucoma 

Potency of THC in Cannabis

A lot of people wonder how much THC is in a normal batch of cannabis. Well, of course it depends on where you’re buying it from. In Amsterdam or California, where their market is booming and full of variety, there is a great deal of choice. However, if you’re in a country that has yet to legalize THC, the chances are you’ll be scraping the barrel of whatever’s available. It also depends on how you’re consuming the cannabis – the percentage of THC in flower buds will be a lot less than in concentrates.

Buds

Cannabis buds are the common way of smoking or vaping THC. It usually takes around 2-10 minutes to feel the effects, and this can last around 1-3 hours. It is usual for a batch of bud to contain around 15-20% THC.  

Concentrates

Concentrates are made by using heat and force to extract the potent parts of cannabis from the bud. The likes of wax, resin, budder – are all concentrates. These are usually smoked or vaped also, but they can be much stronger. The average concentrate will have a THC percentage of anywhere from 50-80%. 

Edibles 

Edibles, like cookies or cakes, contain infused cannabis. These go through the digestive system, which takes longer for the THC to have its effects. It can take up to 1-2 hours, but it can last around 6 hours. These are usually done in mg of THC contained. The usual amount in a single dosage is around 15-20 mg. 

Is THC Legal?

In the last decade, cannabis has been legalized in many countries and states. 21 out of the 50 states in the US have now legalized the use, sale, production and cultivation of THC. In Europe, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Malta and soon to be Germany have all changed their views too. Canada is another nation that has fully accepted the plant. However, there is still much of the world that has yet to approve THC as a legal substance. Nations like India, China, the UK, France, Spain, Russia and many others are still resisting. But for medical practices – mainly involving CBD and no more than 0.3% THC – most of the world has legalized it. It seems evident that the tide is changing towards the full legalization of cannabis around the world, but it may take a decade or so more before this materializes. 

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Conclusion

Cannabis is a plant that has a plethora of benefits of effects. Fortunately, as more nations change their views on the substance, more of these benefits are being released. THC is one of the main elements of this. Whilst it does cause the ‘high’ that everyone loves, it also has medicinal purposes too. Although, like with any psychoactive drug, it should be taken with knowledge and mindfulness. Hopefully – as the tide changes – THC will one day be a cannabinoid that is accessible everywhere.

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THC Edibles 101: Everything You Need to Know

The cannabis plant has existed for generations and the effects of THC have been researched and enjoyed by humans for centuries. During these periods, there have been many ways of consuming cannabis that have been experimented. Some prefer to smoke it, some prefer to inhale it from a modern vaporizer, but some enjoy eating THC edibles.

Each method of consumption has its own benefits, processes and effects. The way in which THC is consumed can affect the way it feels. We’re going to take a look at the traits of edibles, how they’re made, how they work and our top 5 products of 2022. Let’s do this. 

Cannabis Edibles 

Many people believe that smoking cannabis is the only way of consuming it. This entails rolling the dry buds or hash in a joint – potentially with some tobacco – and lighting the end. However, it is now the 21st century, and there are many other ways of enjoying it. Cannabis vapes became popular over the last few decades and proved that you can heat weed at a lower heat, avoiding combustion, and still reap its effects. Similarly, cannabis edibles offer the user the chance to consume weed without inhaling it anyway. But what actually are they?

Well, cannabis edibles are a digestible product that contains the plant. This can really exist in a variety of ways: brownies, bread, pancakes, cakes, cookies, sweets, basically anything that you can eat. However, edibles can also include drinks; like smoothies or milkshakes. Within cannabis there are around 100 different cannabinoids, each having different effects on the body. As more nations begin to legalize the plant, more of these cannabinoids are being discovered for their benefits.

Nonetheless, at the moment, the most common edibles contain the psychoactive THC or the relaxing CBD. The main difference is that the former is used for its recreational effects. It’s important to note that THC edibles will act differently on the body when compared with other methods of consuming cannabis. Here are the pros and cons:

Pros 

  • No smell of smoke or cannabis
  • No harshness on the throat
  • More healthy than smoking
  • Discreet 
  • Lasts longer 

Cons 

  • Slower effects
  • Can be harder to purchase in certain countries 
  • Can be overwhelming if overtaken 

How are Edibles made? 

THC edibles can be made in a variety of ways simply because there is such a plethora of different kinds of them. These methods are usually split into three groups. One is the one for beverages, one is the one for home-cooked goods, and the final one – the more advanced – is for dispensary edibles. 


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Infusion 

When cannabis cookies, cakes or basically any home-cooked product is made, it requires infused butter or oil to be made first. What does this mean? Well, cannabis buds are not psychoactive unless they are activated. THCA can not become its active cousin – THC – until it is heated. This is why smoking weed or vaping gets you high. Therefore, decarboxylation needs to take place first. This is the process of cooking or boiling the buds. It is then common to infuse the decarbed cannabis into oil or butter, due to the fact that the THC can be absorbed by the fats within the substances. This then makes cannabis an easy ingredient in any usual home-cooked good. 

Beverages

Beverages – such as cannabis shakes or smoothies – are also considered edibles. However, they don’t require quite the same kind of creation. Beverages need THC tinctures, which are bottles containing cannabis that has been combined with a high-proof alcohol. These are easy to drip into any drink of your choice. 

Dispensary Edibles 

Dispensary edibles are usually made through more advanced methods. It is a similar method as the infusion for home-cooked goods, but it is done in a more industrial way. The method will consist of using cannabis distillate, which is an oil without any flavour or odour. Similar to previous methods, the substance will then be bonded to a fat – such as butter or oil – to make it more effective. 

How the Body Processes Edibles

The way in which you consume cannabis will affect the way it feels. This is due to how the substance is broken down in the body. When weed is inhaled, it goes through the mouth, into the lungs and directly into the bloodstream. The THC is then carried around the body, in the red blood cells, and quickly causes effect. This can usually take around 2-10 minutes, and may last up to 1-3 hours. However, edibles are quite different. The food or drink is digested through the stomach. This takes a lot longer to process.

For the THC to be metabolized, it can take around 30-60 minutes. However, when it does kick in, the high can last around 4-6 hours. Although some have claimed that the effects have lingered for the entire day. One of the key benefits of consuming edibles instead of smoking cannabis is the way it works on the body. With no dangerous toxins or cancerous carcinogens entering the body through combustion, it makes it a far healthier method of consumption. In addition, the high lasts a lot longer due to the length of time it takes for the cannabis to break down in the stomach. This can be ideal if you are someone who wants long-lasting and enduring effects. 

Our Top 5 THC Edibles for 2022

If you’ve read this far and are interested in trying some edibles yourself, then here is a list of our top 5 THC edibles of 2022. These products contain a variety of advanced cannabinoids but, remember, find what works for you. 

THC-O Gummies

Price: $99.99
Brand: Binoid

This is a brilliant collection of THC-O gummies. The flavors include: blueberry pie, cherry lime and pina colada. You can buy a bundle that contains one box of each flavor or, if you’re feeling adventurous, you can purchase a bundle that contains double that. THC-O is a synthetic cannabinoid that is thought to be more intense than Delta 9 THC. The effects of these products can last up to 8 hours. Not only are these items unbelievably tasty, they will also give you a high that you will not forget. 


THC-H Gummies

Price: $29.99
Brand: Binoid

First of all, these gummies contain THCH, which is around 25 times more potent than regular THC. Welcome to the future. For this price, you can get 1 pot of gummies, which contains 2500 mg in total. There are 125 mg of THCH in each individual sweet. It is advised that you should be careful with these potent little devils. You can buy any of these flavor options: purple berry, sour peach, kiwi watermelon, root beer float, blackberry acai or mango coconut. Every single one of these flavors are mouthwatering. However, whichever box you choose, you will feel the uplifting and calming effects. 


THC-X Zombie Cookies

Price: $22.99
Brand: Binoid

Yet again, Binoid brings an absolutely crazy exciting cannabinoid to the market. THC-X is another new and potent member of the THC family. It is legal and gives strong mental and physical effects – all at the same time. These cookies will make you feel productive as well as satisfied. The product comes in a single pack containing cookies that have 4 servings of cannabinoids in each of them. This means – don’t be afraid to have a bite and wait to see how it affects you. The flavors on offer include: mom’s apple pie, toffee cookie and trippy hippie. This product is great for sharing with your friends before going out for a day of sightseeing or nature walks. 


Delta 9 Gummies

Price: $79.99
Brand: Delta Munchies 

This is the ultimate delta 9 edible bundle. The box includes the blue dream, mango crush and strawberry shortcake flavours – with an additional mystery gift. Who doesn’t like a mystery gift? Each jar contains 25 mouth-watering sweets, totalling 250 mg of Delta 9. The other cannabinoids included are: CBN, CBG, CBD, CBC, CBCa, CBGa, THCva, THCa and many more. It’s as if years of research into cannabinoids has been melted down and inserted into each of these sweets. If you’re still wondering, delta 9 is the most abundant form of THC in the cannabis plant. If you’d rather, you can buy each one of these delicious pots of sweets individually, but it’s definitely worth the money to go for the bundle. 


Delta 9 Chocolate 

Price: $37.99
Brand: Binoid

If you’re someone who prefers chocolate over sweets then this product may be preferred. Again, Delta Extrax have done excellently at infusing some of the most exciting cannabinoids on the market into a delicious chocolate bar. This bundle includes three different flavors: milk chocolate, dark chocolate and cookies & cream. In each bar there is 150mg of delta 9 resin, which equates to 12.5 mg per piece. Again, delta 9 is one of the most exciting cannabinoids at the moment, especially due to its mental buzz and productive effects.


Conclusion

THC edibles are a wonderful invention and one that definitely rivals other methods of consumption. If you’re someone who wants to try something different, to see how edibles can have an alternative effect on the body, then why not try one of these top 5 cannabis edibles of 2022? You may be surprised by the effects you feel. But don’t take our word for it, give it a go yourself. Make sure to let us know your thoughts on our social media pages. 

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Cannabis Products, Perfect for Thanksgiving

If you’re reading this article, odds are decent you’ve already discovered the value of combining Thanksgiving and cannabis. Look no further than the time-honored tradition of cutting out to hit a joint down the street while the turkey’s being carved as proof of weed’s well-established place at our Thanksgiving feasts. 

But the modern industry has upped the stakes entirely, ushering in a new generation of edibles and products seemingly tailor-made for age-appropriate enjoyment at the dinner table. Offering a veritable cornucopia of cannabis delights, the fact of the matter is that it’s never been easier to go “green” at Thanksgiving by offering some THC-infused dishes that can be both meal and entertainment.

As you prepare for this year’s Thanksgiving, here are some suggestions for what to add to your shopping list. Running the gamut from pantry staples to palate-cleansing beverages, let’s just say the options for incorporating THC into Thanksgiving have never been stronger. All products below are available in California, and you must be at least 21 to purchase.

1. Kiva’s Turkey Gravy

Arguably the signature cannabis product of the Thanksgiving season, Kiva Confections’ Turkey Gravy offers 10mg THC per individual serving/package. If the name sounds familiar, that’s because Kiva’s been holding it down with award-winning chocolates and gummies for years. Now they’ve the hit gravy, which means those interested can substitute the household edition for this scrumptious mix of cannabinoids, rosemary, thyme and oregano. 

Uplift your dinnertime chats without ever having to conspicuously disappear, only to return 20 minutes later with guiltily red eyes and no excuse. Plus, it’s delicious! Available for a limited time, Kiva’s THC Turkey Gravy packets are a “break in case of emergency” kit you won’t want to be without this Thanksgiving.

2. Cann Cranberry Sage

Another ideal option for enjoying weed with discretion comes in the form of Cann’s festively flavored Cranberry Sage social tonics. Now a major player in the emerging cannabis beverage market, Cann undoubtedly had Thanksgiving in mind when they concocted this refreshingly tart winter flavor. Featuring an entirely reasonable 2mg THC and 4mg CBD per can, you can also rest easy knowing you don’t need to stretch out the contents over several hours’ worth of sips. Grab a six-pack and toast your clever success at dosing without needing to ditch the table. Another limited edition offering, Cann’s Cranberry Sage social tonics will have you saying “cheers” in no time.

3. SelfBaked THC Butter

A proper Thanksgiving often involves the baking of many pies. Some are familiar; others remain enigmas. But one thing these creations of crust and filling have in common: butter. That’s why new California cannabis company SelfBaked is making it easier than ever to infuse THC into the Thanksgiving baked desert of your choice. The star of the show is their Liquid Diamonds Butter. Packed with 1000mg of THC, this small tub of refrigerated, pre-infused butter offers a refreshingly easy way to add cannabis to any recipe calling for the ingredient. 

Directions on SelfBaked’s packaging makes substituting to your desired dosage a breeze. Reminder: Always take care to properly label and store any infused treats you bring to a family gathering. Responsible consumption is the best consumption!

4. Potli x Aster Farms Olive Oil

Like SelfBaked, Potli is a company that specializes in infused ingredients, rather than entire edible creations. So, they offer ingredients such as infused chili oil and infused honey that can then be added to any dish of your choice. When it comes to Thanksgiving, there’s any number of plates that might call for olive oil, which is why Potli’s limited edition collaboration with Lake County’s Aster Farms is a win for minds and tastebuds alike. 

Featuring Aster’s Watermelon OG and extra virgin olive oil sourced from nearby Lake County olive orchards, this limited release has you covered with 8mg THC per serving (100mg per package). Bring a touch of NorCal with you to wherever your Thanksgiving meal takes place with this sharp-looking tin of delectable liquid gold.

5. Kikoko Herbal Teas

At some point on Thanksgiving, you may want a break from the hard stuff. Alternatively, we’re talking about a holiday in late November here. It’s cold! Whether it’s time to give your liver a rest or simply the right moment for a steamy mug of something uplifting, Kikoko Herbal Teas are a boiling kettle away from curing what ails you. Available in five varieties (Sympa-Tea, Tranquili-Tea, Creativi-Tea, Sensuali-Tea, and Positivi-Tea) as well as varying potencies, Kikoko’s line includes something for every palate. Be it their caffeinated black Creativi-Tea (10mg THC) or their far subtler chamomile valerian Tranquili-Tea (3mg THC), each blend also features minor cannabinoids, complex flavors and a reliable experience you can count on in the clutch.

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Best Black Friday Deals on Premium Blends, High-Potency, Live-Resin Products

Just in time for Black Friday 2022 we have created a short-list of the best Black Friday deals on Alt-THC products. Whether it is Delta 9, HHC, HHC-P, THC-P, THC-O, Delta-8 or even the THC-H and THC-B, now’s the right time to stock-up on premium products! Vape carts, gummies, tinctures, dabs, flowers and disposables, everything is on sale and you can get more for each dollar.

How to use the list of Black Friday deals below:

Black Friday deals are your best opportunity to stock-up on products, but how to identify the best products and the most attractive deals? To help you find the best deals, we have devided the list below into two: $10 Deals (perfect for trying new products, or for getting a variety of different products) and Stocking-Up Opportunities (medium-large orders, where the price of the single item is the lowest ever). To make your life ever easier, our list contains mostly live-resin products, as this is what people want today.

What’s different in Black Friday 2022?

Unlike 2021, where the focus was on introducing new cannabinoids, this year it is all about premium blends, high-potency products and live-resin. Another big change was to the size of the products, with Disposable Vapes leading this trend. While in 2021, the average order was of 1ml vape, this year we can see many disposables coming in 2ml and some, even in 3ml. As a result, in Black Friday 2022 you should be looking for deals on vape carts and disposables, featuring premium blends using live-resin concentrates. As you also want high-potency products, look for the ones contain THC-P, HHC-P or Delta-9 THC.

How to identify the best Black Friday deals

If you want to try a product for the first time, or you are looking for a variety of different products, perhaps starting with a $10 Deals is your preferred line of action. However, in all other cases, go directly to the Stocking-Up Opportunitues section, as this is where the real gold is!

While you can buy a single products, sometimes for a very attractive price, you should also be looking for bundles where you can get each product with an additional extra discount. Take advantage of Black Friday deals and search for the 3-packs, 6-packs or even the 10-pack bundles, sold for the lowest price ever, and don’t forget to use our 30% coupon codes.

While the sale are expected to run until Christmas, the next two weeks are where the real opportunity is, so don’t wait and get your deal today, as some products won’t last for long as the ‘out of stock’ signs are already flashing…

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Best Black Friday Deals 2022:

Stocking-Up Opportunities:

THE POWER 9 BLEND:

Black Friday Deals: 30% discount on Live-Resin disposables

Get 30% Off The “Power 9” Blend Live Resin Disposables

(Save with “BF30” coupon code) 

Best Black Friday Deals: Power 9
Get 30% Off The “Power 9” Blend Live Resin Disposables

These “Power 9” blend disposales are brand new to the market! Each high-potency disposable vape contains a 1 gram live resin blend of Delta 9 THC, THC-JD, and THC-B combined with various terpenes for a wonderful blend.

Three strains come in the 3-pack bundle: Hell Fire (sativa), Zombie Kush (hybrid), and Thunder Storm (indica). While the regular price for this 3-pack is $89.99, this Black Friday you can get it for as-low-as $38.5 when you use the BF30 coupon code! Getting these high-potency babies for only $12.8 each is a great opportunity, as regulat price is close to $30!

This deal will run from 17th to the 26th of November.

TIP: Use the “BF30” coupon code for the additional 30% discount…

Click here to save on the new Power 9 disposables

(Using “BF30” coupon code)

Black Friday Deals: 30% discount on Live-Resin vape carts

Save Big on Power 9 Live Resin Vape Carts

(Save with “BF30” coupon code) 

The Power 9 blend live-resin carts are similar to the disposables but they come in different flavors (and they’re a little bit cheaper). The flavors/strains in this bundle are: Pineapple Kush (sativa), Blue Raspberry (hybrid), and Frosted Guava (indica). While the regular price for this 3-pack is $89.99, this Black Friday you can get it for as-low-as $37.5 when you use the BF30 coupon code! This is only $12.50 each, a great price for these high-potency live-resin vape carts!

This deal will run from 17th to the 26th of November.

TIP: Use the “BF30” coupon code for the additional 30% discount…

Click HERE to buy the Power 9 live-resin vape carts

(Using ‘BF30’ coupon code)

50% Discounts on orders over $50

50% Discounts on all orders over $50

THE KNOCKOUT BLEND:

Black Friday Deal: 30% Discount On the Knockout Blend Gummies

Get 30% Off The Price Of Knockout Gummies

(Save with “BF30” coupon code) 

With a powerful blend of live-resin THC-P, THC-H and HHC-P the new Knockout gummies offer a great products for your evening relaxation. Each gummy conatins 30mg of these high-potency cannabinoids, leading to a powerful full body experience.

This deal will run from 17th to the 26th of November.

TIP: Use the “BF30” coupon code for the additional 30% discount…

Click HERE to buy the Knockout blend gummies

(Using “BF30” coupon code)


Black Friday Deal: 30% Discount On the Knockout Blend Disposables

Save big on the Knockout Blend Disposables

(Save with “BF30” coupon code) 

Want a high-potency disposable? This extra-strong product really focuses on flavor and quality, as well as potency! Combining THC-P, THC-H, and HHC-P distillates, with live resin terpenes from two popular strains: Fire OG and Ice Breaker, you get a wonderfully strong product with amazing flavors. Get these 2-gram disposables for only $26.25 each when you bundle and use the BF30 coupon code.

This deal will run from 17th to the 26th of November.

TIP: Select the 4-pack and use the “BF30” coupon code for the additional 30% discount…

Click here to save on Knockout Blend disposables
(Using “BF30” coupon code)


THC-H + THC-JD EXTRA-STRONG GUMMIES:

Black Friday Deals: 30% discount on Live-Resin THC-H Gummies

Get Extra-Strong Live Resin Gummies for Only $21

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

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

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

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

Warning: Some people claim that THC-jd doesn’t really exist and in-fact it is another high-potency cannabinoid (Delta-9? THC-P? THC-H?). Whether it is true or not, you should be carefull with dosing as this is one strong product!

This deal will run from 17th to the 26th of November.

TIP: Use the “BF30” coupon code for the additional 30% discount…

Click here to try the new THC-JD live resin gummies!

(Save with “BF30” coupon code)

THE ‘BEAST MODE’ BLEND:

Black Friday Deals: 30% discount on Live-Resin ‘Beast Mode’ vapes

30% Discount On “Beast Mode” Live Resin Disposables

(Using ‘BF30’ coupon code)

30% Discount On “Beast Mode” Live Resin Disposables

If you want to get a great product, you should try the new “Beast Mode” live resin disposables, featuring a premium blend of THC-B, HHC-P and THC-H, all strong cannabinoids. The bundle contains 3 live resin disposable vapes (1 gram each) and usually sold for $89.99, but this Black Friday you can get it as-low-as $40, when using the BF30 promo code. That is only $13.3/cart, an amazing discount on this high-potency product!

Three strains come in the bundle: Space Candy, Blueberry Cupcake and Power Plant strains

This deal will run from 17th to the 26th of November.

TIP: Use the “BF30” coupon code for the additional 30% discount…

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

(Using the ‘BF30’ coupon code)

30% Discount On “Beast Mode” Live Resin Carts

(Using ‘BF30’ coupon code)

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

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

This deal will run from 17th to the 26th of November.

TIP: Use the “BF30” coupon code for the additional 30% discount…

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

(Using the ‘BF30’ coupon code)

$10 Deals:

Black Friday Deal: Delta 8, HHC & THC-O Vape Cartridges – Only $9.95/Cart

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

If you’re looking to stock up, this is one of the best opportunities to do so. Get 1 gram vape carts and pouches of gummies for only $9.95 each! Check out the deals below: 

1) $9.95 D8 Carts & Edibles when you buy 10+

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

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

4) 50% off 10,000mg tinctures – makes them $26.21/each (coupon code: tincture50%off)

5) $10 off all 5,000mg tinctures (coupon code: tinctures$10off)

TIP: Check out the deals and follow the link to save! No coupon code required.

CLICK HERE to save on D8, HHC, and THC-O products

(Check coupon codes above)

Black Friday + Cyber Monday Deal: 35% discount site-wide with promo code BFCM35

Get 35% Off Vape Carts, Disposables and Gummies

Want to get quality products for under $10? Whether it is vape carts, disposables or even gummies, now you can get them all with a 35% discount, allowing you to buy quality products for under $10!

TIP: Use code BFCM35 to get 35% off a variety of high-potency products.

Act now, as supply is limited…

Click HERE to save big on carts, disposables and gummies

(With BFCM35 coupon code)

Black Friday Deals: 35% Discount On Delta-9 THC Gummies

35% Discount On Vegan Delta-9 THC Gummies

Vegan Delta 9 Gummies
Vegan Delta 9 THC Gummies

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.

This Black Friday you can get an additional 35% discount when using the BFCM35 coupon code. This great offer will allow you to get Delta-9 THC gummies for under $1/gummy! This is a great price ever for Delta-9 THC gummies, one of 2022 top-selling products.

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

Click HERE to get Delta-9 THC vegan gummies

(With BFCM35 coupon code)


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Why You Should Try Delta 8 Gummies for Your Health

It’s a novel cannabinoid leading the pack of a new class of legal compounds that offer consumers a euphoric high. While some with a stake in the legal cannabis industry attempt to stifle delta 8’s growth, there’s no denying the fact that consumers everywhere want it. With little interference from the federal government and sales through the roof, Americans now have a new way to relax with a psychotropic high. But are you aware of their hidden wellness properties? Much like CBD, delta 8 offers a whole host of benefits. Here’s why you should try delta 8 gummies for your health.

What Are Delta 8 Gummies? 

Delta 8, or delta 8 THC, is one of many cannabinoids found in cannabis and hemp plants. But what are delta 8 gummies — and why are they so popular with consumers? Delta 8 gummies, in simple terms, are gummies infused with delta 8. They’re sweet, juicy, chewy, fruity snacks that offer consumers a mild psychotropic high. 

In 2018, Congress passed the Farm Bill, legalizing hemp and its compounds. Now, products that contain anything above 0.3% delta 9 THC cannot be sold under penalty of law. But everything else, including delta 8 gummies, is legal. Today, consumers have an excellent alternative to delta-9 THC, which is much stronger. While delta 8 and delta 9 give users a psychotropic high, the latter can provide anxiety or paranoia — just a few unpleasant side effects.

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Delta 8 Gummies Make You High (Is That a Health Benefit?) 

Delta 8 gummies are free of chemicals, have tasty flavors, and are easy to use (and discrete). But will they get you high? Of course! While it may be tangential to your health, the legal buzz from delta 8 gummies can calm and relax you, benefiting your overall wellness. 

There is no doubt they will. 

All forms of delta 8, such as delta 8 gummies, get you high. It’s a psychoactive substance, and as such, it makes you feel euphoric, pleasant, and all-around happy. Delta 8 gummies cause a body high for some users and a cerebral buzz for others, but everyone gets high. 

Delta 8 Gummies Have Multiple Health and Wellness Benefits 

Delta 8 gummies begin their lifecycle as a simple cannabinoid derived from hemp. When the delta 8 is infused with gummies, the product becomes one of the market’s most sought-after, widely used THC products. For the most part, consumers seek out the psychoactive high — after all, a legal psychoactive high is a novel in this day and age. But what about the benefits? Delta 8 gummies have many wellness benefits. 

What are those benefits? Delta 8 gummies may provide the following assistance to users: 

  • Stress Relief 
  • Anxiety Relief 
  • Feelings of Calmness 
  • Boost Appetite 
  • Help with Sleep 
  • Help with Nausea 
  • Help with Pain 
  • Help with Inflammation

Users should note that much of the above information is based on anecdotal evidence and preliminary studies. While the potential of delta 8 and delta 8 gummies is real, more research is needed. 

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Delta 8 Gummies Are Easy To Dose 

Delta 8 gummies usually cause side effects when people take too many or overuse them. It’s easy to do — after all, delta 8 gummies are delicious. But eating the correct amount of delta 8 gummies, or, instead, dosing correctly, is essential. The right amount of delta 8 gummies can affect you in myriad ways. As with any form of delta 8, the best recommendation is to go low and slow. Begin with a low dose of delta 8 gummies and work your way up slowly. The following chart should help: 

  • Beginner – Low Dose (5mg), Medium Dose (7.5mg), High Dose (10mg) 
  • Casual User – Low Dose (7.5mg), Medium Dose (10mg), High Dose (12.5mg) 
  • Experienced User – Low Dose (10mg), Medium Dose (12.5mg), High Dose (15mg) 

How Do Manufacturers Produce Delta 8 Gummies? 

How are delta 8 gummies made? The answer may surprise you! We all know delta 8 is a naturally occurring cannabinoid found in small amounts in the hemp plant. But more of the compound is needed to sell on a commercial scale. So what do manufacturers do? 

Using natural processes, chemists convert cannabinoids like CBD into delta 8. In addition to providing retailers with a cheaper form of the compound (cheaper doesn’t mean lesser), the process also enables mass quantities of delta 8 and delta 8 gummies to come to the market. Based on this process, some have speculated whether delta 8 is synthetic or semi-synthetic. But, in the end, the resulting cannabinoid does not differ from delta 8 derived from cannabis or hemp.

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The Top 3 Delta 8 Gummies Brands 

Why should you try delta 8 gummies for your health? The fantastic brands available are as good a reason as any! Diamond CBD is one of the largest cannabinoid retailers on the market. They offer a wide range of delta 8 products, including more delta 8 gummies than anyone. Are you interested in seeing it for yourself? Here are the top three brands of delta 8 gummies. 

Chill Plus Delta 8 Gummies Keep You Chill 

With Chill Plus delta 8 gummies, you’ll be able to enjoy the incredible, totally legal benefits of this fantastic cannabinoid in many flavors and strengths. With Chill Plus, you can experience an indescribable one-of-a-kind experience with an intense variety. It’s a delicious delta 8 gummy with a smooth, steady buzz. You can relax with friends or enjoy some quiet time on your own with the Chill Plus line, which began with Chill Plus Delta Force Gummies. Chill Plus Delta 8 Gummies have various flavors and strengths, including 500mg to 5000mg. 

Take a Bite of Bites Delta 8 Gummies 

Are you looking to take your delta 8 gummies on the go? Then you need Bites, the only bite-sized delta 8 gummies bursting with flavor! Bites are made with all-natural hemp-derived cannabinoids that comply with the Farm Bill and contain no Vitamin E acetate. They are buzz worthy! Each Bite is carefully prepared to perfection. 

With these delicious new bites, you can relax or go wild! You will feel relaxed and buzzed in new and exciting ways. Enjoy them in various strengths, from 25mg per package to 150mg. 

Experience the Magic of Shrooms Delta 8 Gummies 

Delta-8 THC gummies by Shrooms brand let you experience the magic of shrooms. Shrooms gummies are one of the only hemp-derived Delta 8 products that will give you a full-bodied high. The trip comprises all-natural, organic hemp and gives you a high similar to THC, a psychotropic high with an edge. So if you’re looking for some magic, try Shrooms delta 8 gummies. Shrooms brand Delta 8 gummies are third-party certified for anyone over 21. You’ll have a buzz-worthy experience with these products. 

There Are a Million Reasons To Try Delta 8 Gummies For Your Health

Whether for the buzz or the health and wellness benefits, there are a million and one reasons to give delta 8 gummies a try. And now that they are federally legal, almost anyone can benefit from them. Even those that can’t have some fantastic options, including HHC. Whatever your reasons are for trying delta 8 gummies, we hope you enjoy them — and we hope you enjoy the buzz!

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Best Black Friday Deals on Premium Blends, High-Potency, Live-Resin Products

Just in time for Black Friday 2022 we have created a short-list of the best Black Friday deals on Alt-THC products. Whether it is Delta 9, HHC, HHC-P, THC-P, THC-O, Delta-8 or even the THC-H and THC-B, now’s the right time to stock-up on premium products! Vape carts, gummies, tinctures, dabs, flowers and disposables, everything is on sale and you can get more for each dollar.

How to use the list of Black Friday deals below:

Black Friday deals are your best opportunity to stock-up on products, but how to identify the best products and the most attractive deals? To help you find the best deals, we have devided the list below into two: $10 Deals (perfect for trying new products, or for getting a variety of different products) and Stocking-Up Opportunities (medium-large orders, where the price of the single item is the lowest ever). To make your life ever easier, our list contains mostly live-resin products, as this is what people want today.

What’s different in Black Friday 2022?

Unlike 2021, where the focus was on introducing new cannabinoids, this year it is all about premium blends, high-potency products and live-resin. Another big change was to the size of the products, with Disposable Vapes leading this trend. While in 2021, the average order was of 1ml vape, this year we can see many disposables coming in 2ml and some, even in 3ml. As a result, in Black Friday 2022 you should be looking for deals on vape carts and disposables, featuring premium blends using live-resin concentrates. As you also want high-potency products, look for the ones contain THC-P, HHC-P or Delta-9 THC.

How to identify the best Black Friday deals

If you want to try a product for the first time, or you are looking for a variety of different products, perhaps starting with a $10 Deals is your preferred line of action. However, in all other cases, go directly to the Stocking-Up Opportunitues section, as this is where the real gold is!

While you can buy a single products, sometimes for a very attractive price, you should also be looking for bundles where you can get each product with an additional extra discount. Take advantage of Black Friday deals and search for the 3-packs, 6-packs or even the 10-pack bundles, sold for the lowest price ever, and don’t forget to use our 30% coupon codes.

While the sale are expected to run until Christmas, the next two weeks are where the real opportunity is, so don’t wait and get your deal today, as some products won’t last for long as the ‘out of stock’ signs are already flashing…

As always, the best deals are reserved for the subscribers of the Cannadelics Newsletter, so make sure to SUBSCRIBE below.

Best Black Friday Deals 2022:

Stocking-Up Opportunities:

THE POWER 9 BLEND:

Black Friday Deals: 30% discount on Live-Resin disposables

Get 30% Off The “Power 9” Blend Live Resin Disposables

(Save with “BF30” coupon code) 

Best Black Friday Deals: Power 9
Get 30% Off The “Power 9” Blend Live Resin Disposables

These “Power 9” blend disposales are brand new to the market! Each high-potency disposable vape contains a 1 gram live resin blend of Delta 9 THC, THC-JD, and THC-B combined with various terpenes for a wonderful blend.

Three strains come in the 3-pack bundle: Hell Fire (sativa), Zombie Kush (hybrid), and Thunder Storm (indica). While the regular price for this 3-pack is $89.99, this Black Friday you can get it for as-low-as $38.5 when you use the BF30 coupon code! Getting these high-potency babies for only $12.8 each is a great opportunity, as regulat price is close to $30!

This deal will run from 17th to the 26th of November.

TIP: Use the “BF30” coupon code for the additional 30% discount…

Click here to save on the new Power 9 disposables

(Using “BF30” coupon code)

Black Friday Deals: 30% discount on Live-Resin vape carts

Save Big on Power 9 Live Resin Vape Carts

(Save with “BF30” coupon code) 

The Power 9 blend live-resin carts are similar to the disposables but they come in different flavors (and they’re a little bit cheaper). The flavors/strains in this bundle are: Pineapple Kush (sativa), Blue Raspberry (hybrid), and Frosted Guava (indica). While the regular price for this 3-pack is $89.99, this Black Friday you can get it for as-low-as $37.5 when you use the BF30 coupon code! This is only $12.50 each, a great price for these high-potency live-resin vape carts!

This deal will run from 17th to the 26th of November.

TIP: Use the “BF30” coupon code for the additional 30% discount…

Click HERE to buy the Power 9 live-resin vape carts

(Using ‘BF30’ coupon code)

THE KNOCKOUT BLEND:

Black Friday Deal: 30% Discount On the Knockout Blend Gummies

Get 30% Off The Price Of Knockout Gummies

(Save with “BF30” coupon code) 

With a powerful blend of live-resin THC-P, THC-H and HHC-P the new Knockout gummies offer a great products for your evening relaxation. Each gummy conatins 30mg of these high-potency cannabinoids, leading to a powerful full body experience.

This deal will run from 17th to the 26th of November.

TIP: Use the “BF30” coupon code for the additional 30% discount…

Click HERE to buy the Knockout blend gummies

(Using “BF30” coupon code)


Black Friday Deal: 30% Discount On the Knockout Blend Disposables

Save big on the Knockout Blend Disposables

(Save with “BF30” coupon code) 

Want a high-potency disposable? This extra-strong product really focuses on flavor and quality, as well as potency! Combining THC-P, THC-H, and HHC-P distillates, with live resin terpenes from two popular strains: Fire OG and Ice Breaker, you get a wonderfully strong product with amazing flavors. Get these 2-gram disposables for only $26.25 each when you bundle and use the BF30 coupon code.

This deal will run from 17th to the 26th of November.

TIP: Select the 4-pack and use the “BF30” coupon code for the additional 30% discount…

Click here to save on Knockout Blend disposables
(Using “BF30” coupon code)


THC-H + THC-JD EXTRA-STRONG GUMMIES:

Black Friday Deals: 30% discount on Live-Resin THC-H Gummies

Get Extra-Strong Live Resin Gummies for Only $21

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

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

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

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

Warning: Some people claim that THC-jd doesn’t really exist and in-fact it is another high-potency cannabinoid (Delta-9? THC-P? THC-H?). Whether it is true or not, you should be carefull with dosing as this is one strong product!

This deal will run from 17th to the 26th of November.

TIP: Use the “BF30” coupon code for the additional 30% discount…

Click here to try the new THC-JD live resin gummies!

(Save with “BF30” coupon code)

THE BEAST MODE BLEND:

Black Friday Deals: 30% discount on Live-Resin ‘Beast Mode’ carts

30% Discount On “Beast Mode” Live Resin Carts

(Using ‘BF30’ coupon code)

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

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

This deal will run from 17th to the 26th of November.

TIP: Use the “BF30” coupon code for the additional 30% discount…

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

(Using the ‘BF30’ coupon code)

$10 Deals:

Black Friday Deal: Delta 8, HHC & THC-O Vape Cartridges – Only $9.95/Cart

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

If you’re looking to stock up, this is one of the best opportunities to do so. Get 1 gram vape carts and pouches of gummies for only $9.95 each! Check out the deals below: 

1) $9.95 D8 Carts & Edibles when you buy 10+

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

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

4) 50% off 10,000mg tinctures – makes them $26.21/each (coupon code: tincture50%off)

5) $10 off all 5,000mg tinctures (coupon code: tinctures$10off)

TIP: Check out the deals and follow the link to save! No coupon code required.

CLICK HERE to save on D8, HHC, and THC-O products

(Check coupon codes above)

Black Friday + Cyber Monday Deal: 35% discount site-wide with promo code BFCM35

Get 35% Off Vape Carts, Disposables and Gummies

Want to get quality products for under $10? Whether it is vape carts, disposables or even gummies, now you can get them all with a 35% discount, allowing you to buy quality products for under $10!

TIP: Use code BFCM35 to get 35% off a variety of high-potency products.

Act now, as supply is limited…

Click HERE to save big on carts, disposables and gummies

(With BFCM35 coupon code)

Black Friday Deals: 35% Discount On Delta-9 THC Gummies

35% Discount On Vegan Delta-9 THC Gummies

Vegan Delta 9 Gummies
Vegan Delta 9 THC Gummies

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.

This Black Friday you can get an additional 35% discount when using the BFCM35 coupon code. This great offer will allow you to get Delta-9 THC gummies for under $1/gummy! This is a great price ever for Delta-9 THC gummies, one of 2022 top-selling products.

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

Click HERE to get Delta-9 THC vegan gummies

(With BFCM35 coupon code)


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Study Examines If CBD Buffers THC’s Effects

A study published Wednesday in Neuropsychology attempted to determine if CBD reduces the adverse effects of THC, such as paranoia and memory loss, but found little evidence to support this theory. Study participants were observed and both pleasurable effects as well as adverse effects like paranoia and memory recall were recorded.

The study, called “Does cannabidiol make cannabis safer? A randomised, double-blind, cross-over trial of cannabis with four different CBD:THC ratios” aimed to determine if increasing the amount of CBD can reduce the “harmful effects” of cannabis—notably from THC.

Cannabis products are typically marketed with CBD:THC ratios, with CBD frequently being touted to augment THC’s effects, leading researchers to explore the relationship between the plant’s two most popular compounds. But they found that CBD doesn’t necessarily show evidence of reducing adverse side effects.

Forty-six individuals, ages 21-50, who consume cannabis infrequently, were observed and given an initial baseline visit—followed by four visits for a dose, in which participants vaped cannabis containing 10 mg THC and either 0 mg (0:1 CBD:THC), 10 mg (1:1), 20 mg (2:1), or 30 mg (3:1) CBD, in a randomized, counterbalanced order. 

The participants vaped the cannabis using a Volcano® Medic Vaporiser manufactured by Germany-based Storz-Bickel GmbH. The study participants were asked to take smaller hits and try not to cough, in order not to waste the dose via coughing it out.

Participants completed numerous tasks including a 15 minute walk around the hospital—which was previously determined to increase paranoia—and other activities such as memory exercises and questions about psychotic effects.

The Results

The results found little evidence of a reduction in paranoia and other adverse effects. “At the doses typically present in recreational and medicinal cannabis, we found no evidence of CBD reducing the acute adverse effects of THC on cognition and mental health,” researchers wrote. “Similarly, there was no evidence that it altered the subjective or pleasurable effects of THC. These results suggest that the CBD content in cannabis may not be a critical consideration in decisions about its regulation or the definition of a standard THC unit.” 

They also suggested that people who report better effects from CBD:THC products say so because they consume less THC rather than any buffering effects from CBD.

“The data are also relevant to the safety of licensed medicines that contain THC and CBD, as they suggest that the presence of CBD may not reduce the risk of adverse effects from the THC they contain. Cannabis users may reduce harms when using a higher CBD:THC ratio, due to the reduced THC exposure rather than the presence of CBD. Further studies are needed to determine if cannabis with even higher ratios of CBD:THC may protect against its adverse effects.”

Does Nature Know Best?

There’s the ongoing argument that the entourage effect from cannabis and many other plants is better than consuming one compound alone. Consuming THC alone in a vape pen won’t provide nearly the same effects as smoking high quality flower, packed with terpenes, cannabinoids, and flavonoids. 

A similar argument, for example, is that coffee is better than caffeine alone in energy drinks, given the balance of bioactive compounds in coffee including antioxidants, diterpenes, chlorogenic acids, and trigonelline.

The data is likely inconclusive, given the array of other explorations into CBD. Other studies seem to suggest that CBD may reduce anxiety, and even boost cognitive performance in activities such as gaming.

In one review, it was determined that specific brain regions associated with anxiety behaviors were reduced when participants took CBD. More specifically, it was observed that CBD was able to reduce “amygdala activation and altered medial prefrontal amygdala connectivity.”

But simply adding one additional compound to the mix doesn’t necessarily make much of a difference, judging by these latest findings. CBD doesn’t necessarily reduce paranoia, memory loss, or the other side effects caused by cannabis.

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