Delta 8 THC Flower - Cookies
The Cookies strain is a sativa-forward hybrid that combines a sweet flavor with a mellow, relaxing sensation and potent pain relief. Characterized by its tapered, dense buds and olive green coloring, the Cookies Delta 8 flower emits a pungent fruity aroma and tastes great upon exhale. It’s a prime choice to help shake off a stressful day and usher in an enjoyable evening.
Cookies is derived from hemp plants grown with organic farming practices. The CBD buds are then hand trimmed and slow cured over 12-14 days in indoor or light-assisted greenhouses. These specialized growing techniques create the unique combination of Delta 8 THC, CBDA, and CBD that delivers the long-lasting effects that Cookies is famous for.
The Delta 8 THC in Cookies is produced by taking high grade indoor or light assisted green house flower. The distillate is then melted onto the flower, which is then kiefed and put into a pressurized container that binds the distillate to the flower. The result is a natural, solventless legal Delta 8 flower made 100% from hemp that delivers instant benefits to both body and mind.
Cookies contains 9.2% Delta-8 THC with a generous mix of natural cannabinoids that give rise to its sugary taste, potent effects, and sweet, fragrant smell. Consumers who want to relax their bodies while elevating their moods should look no further than the Cookies Delta 8 hemp flower.
What is Delta 8 THC
Delta 8 THC is best understood in relation to regular THC, which is known chemically as Delta 9 THC. Delta 9 is the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana that produces the high feelings cannabis users enjoy. Delta 8 THC is an isomer of Delta 9, meaning that it’s made up of the same atoms in a slightly different arrangement. Both molecules are cannabinoids that occur naturally within marijuana and hemp plants and both behave similarly when ingested or inhaled.
So, what’s the difference? Delta 8 THC is less potent. If Delta 9 products drive in the fast lane, Delta 8 products cruise on the right-hand side. They both ferry passengers from point A to B, but Delta 9 has a more powerful motor.
But, if THC Delta 8 is mellower in affecting the body, it’s also legally safer. Most Americans need a medical prescription in order to obtain Delta 9 THC products, while Delta 8 products are federally legal and available for purchase by adults in 38 states.
Delta 8 THC products are legal because they are made exclusively from hemp flower. Hemp was federally legalized in 2018 with the passage of the Farm Bill. And, although Delta 8 is made by converting CBD, it’s considered an isomer of Delta 9 THC, the kind found in “regular” marijuana strains. Being an isomer, Delta 8 THC contains the exact same number and kind of atoms as its more powerful cousin — but they’re arranged differently.
The difference in arrangement means that Delta 8 produces slightly different effects when it reacts with the CB1 and CB2 receptors in the body. That difference mainly comes in degree of potency. In comparison to regular THC, the active ingredients in a Delta cartridge or flower produce gentler, less-intoxicating effects.
Does Delta 8 get you high?
Not every cannabinoid gets users high. Molecules like CBD and CBG produce real effects in consumers without causing the euphoric, psychoactive effects that have long characterized cannabis usage. However, Delta 8 THC most certainly causes a high — but it’s different from the high that regular marijuana produces.
A Delta 8 generates mellower, gentler highs in users. While it produces the same sensations as Delta 9, it does so at a lower intensity level. Users still get the pain-relieving and mood-boosting effects from smoking Delta 8 flower — without the dangers of overdoing it.
Because Delta 8 creates a less-intense experience, many cannabis consumers prefer it to regular marijuana. New users especially can benefit from starting with Delta 8 products because of the risk of getting “too high” is greatly lessened. But even experienced users who like to perfectly adjust their high or enjoy a lower-level experience get a lot out of Delta8.
Despite its mellower effects, Delta 8 is no joke. It’s still a mind-altering substance with real physical and mental effects. However, because it causes a much less-intense experience than Delta 9, it’s often considered a safer option. As with any psychoactive substance, it is still best to start low and go slow when smoking or ingesting Delta 8 THC products.
Delta 8 THC Near Me
Consumers can find the Cookies strain, along with many other THC Delta 8 products, at The Hemp Haus at 1708 W 39th Street, Kansas City, Mo. Buying Delta 8 hemp flower in person has several advantages because it allows consumers to browse, smell, and see the flower while comparing and contrasting it with other products.
However, for the consumers who live too far from Kansas City for a quick trip Hemp Haus, ordering online is simple, legal and easy through www.thehemphaus.com. Buying online makes comparison shopping fast and easy, products arrive quickly.
Thanks to the federal legalization of hemp, it is legal to ship CBD and Delta 8 products by mail in the U.S. — except for consumers living in states where Delta 8 is illegal.
For consumers wondering “Where can I find Delta 8 THC near me?” The answer is that, no matter where you reside, you’re probably within driving distance of a legalized state. Of the 50 states in the union, only 11 have passed laws that specifically outlaw any isomers of regular, Delta 9 THC, and that umbrella term encompasses Delta 8.
The states that ban Delta 8 it are: Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Mississippi, Montana, Nevada, Rhode Island, and Utah. Consumers in all other states who are searching for “Delta 8 THC CBD flower near me” can order the product online and receive their shipment legally through any postal carrier.