🎱 Delta 8
There are a number of factors that decide how long Delta 8 remains detectable in your blood or urine. It depends on frequency of usage, your age, how you consume it, your metabolism, dosage, and even which medications or supplements you have taken alongside it. It can be as short as 2 days, or as long as 30 days. Read on to learn more!
Whether you’re looking for Delta 8 cigarettes to get you high or for instant relief, we’ve got you covered. Keep reading to find out who’s producing the most potent Delta 8 cigarettes on the market, as well as the nicest tasting and smoothest smoking ones.
I have tried every type of THC available and have studied the differences that Delta 10 vs Delta 8 has in both effects and chemical structure.
After trying countless Delta 8 THC and HHC products, I want to breakdown the difference in high and effect that you should expect from each cannabinoid. Read on to learn more.
Delta 8 THC is hugely popular with two very different groups of people, those taking Delta 8 recreationally for its effects and those taking Delta 8 for its therapeutic benefits. Let's take a look at the two types of usage.
Most people struggle with getting red eyes from cannabis due to vasodilation. The same can be true for some after consuming Delta 8 THC. Learn more about the causes and how to deal with it today.
We take a look at Delta 8 flower and how is it different from Delta 9 THC flower. Also, how Delta 8 THC flower is made and, most importantly, if it is safe.
A look at the safety profile of D8 THC Delta 8 THC has exploded in popularity since its…
I had my first Delta 8 experience with Binoid CBD over a year ago and I've been a fan of theirs ever since. I recently got the chance to try more of their alt-cannabinoid product line and thought I'd share my experience with you here.
We have tried D8 THC to answer the question Does Delta 8 Make You High?" in order to help you better understand what to expect from D8. Read on...
We explore the fascinating possibilities behind Delta 8 THC, the lesser-known “sister” of Delta 9 THC, which is the cannabinoid most think of when hearing THC. There’s a lot to know about THC Delta 8 and how it works.