Delta 8 THC (Ships Nationwide)
Our hemp derived Delta 8 THC products. Available to ship to your state.
The 2018 Farm Bill made all hemp-derived cannabinoids, isomers, and other derivatives completely legal in the United States with a caveat: all products must contain .3% THC or less. Specifically, products can have a maximum of .3% Delta 9 THC, as Delta 9 is a more psychoactive compound.
All Delta 8 THC products sold by Bloom Society will always comply with the parameters of the law.
Elev8 Delta 8 1000mg Tincture
Elev8 Delta 8 THC Gummies
Delta 8 THC 10mg Candies 10pack, Mixed Fruit
Delta 8 THC 10mg Candies 10pack, Creamy Caramel
Delta 8 THC 50mg Candies 5pack, Mello Melon
Delta 8 THC 50mg Candies 5pack, Candy Apple
510 Vape Battery (Micro USB)
What Is Delta 8 THC?
Delta 8 THC is making a big splash in the wellness industry lately. It has become every vape lover’s perfect product, because it delivers numerous dynamic benefits, offering consumers a one-of-a-kind experience. Delta 8 is different from Delta 9, so if you’re feeling confused, you’re not alone. Let’s discuss the two sister compounds.
Delta 8 THC vs. Delta 9 THC
When most people hear “THC,” they assume it’s one distinct compound from cannabis. You may be surprised to learn that there are different variations of THC, and the differences lie deeply in the chemical structure of the microscopic compound. Delta 9 THC is currently the commonly known variation, as it causes the psychoactive side effects generally associated with the consumption or inhalation of THC (a.k.a., the “high”). As cannabis enthusiasts get to know more about Delta 8 THC, it is rapidly becoming a customer favorite because of the few ways it differs from it’s more mind-altering counterpart, Delta 9 THC.
First, the average healthy cannabis plant yields significantly low amounts of Delta 8 THC, which is one major difference between Delta 8 and Delta 9. In some strains of cannabis, Delta 9 THC can reach concentrations of up to 30%, while the less prevalent Delta 8 THC exists in less than 1% of the plant.
Being so scarce in cannabis plants, there are no strains of any plant that are considered “Delta 8-rich,” so the benefits of this specific compound can’t be experienced by typical smoking of a flower. Because it is so rare, the only way to yield more usable amounts of Delta 8 is to use a scientifically-advanced process to convert Delta 9 into Delta 8, or to utilize expert extraction, isolation, conversion, and refinement of the dried hemp plant. At The Hemp Doctor, we know that the best way to reap the benefits of this elusive compound is to enjoy it in a concentrated form – like in our Delta 8 THC Vape Cartridge.