Delicious THC gummies with hemp-derived Delta 8 THC and Delta 9 THC. These vegan gummies are the best way to unwind when the clock strikes 4:20.
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What Does THC Do?
THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) is the main psychoactive compound in cannabis sativa and hemp. It stimulates the endocannabinoid system in the brain, which produces psychoactive effects at high doses. nama CBD offers THC gummies that contain less than 0.3% of THC by weight and produce feelings of euphoria and relaxation.
THC Gummies Side Effects
THC gummies are safe to consume, and have low amounts of THC (0.3% by weight). Some people experience drowsiness, anxiety, or paranoia at higher THC doses. The THC dosage in our gummies is below that threshold for most people. Sticking to a low dose of THC (one nama CBD gummy) should keep you in the clear of any unwanted side effects.
Are THC Gummies Legal?
THC gummies are only legal if the compound is derived from hemp and the product contains less than 0.3% of THC. All nama CBD products that contain Delta 9 THC are legal across the US.
Cannabis products such as weed gummies, oils, and vape pens that contain THC derived from the cannabis plant are not federally legal, even if they are legal in some states.
All our hemp-derived Delta 9 edibles are legal for adults to purchase across the US and are all made in accordance with the 2018 Farm Bill.
How Long Do THC Gummies Last in Your System?
Depending on the amount of THC you consume, THC gummies will stay in your system anywhere from a few days to several months. THC from one gummy will be detectable on a drug test for around 3 days. But, if you habitually take THC edibles, it will take up to 90 days for the compound to completely clear out of your system.
Are Delta 9 Gummies the Same as THC Gummies?
Delta 9 gummies are THC gummies. To be precise, Delta 9 THC gummies are a subset of THC gummies. Other types of THC gummies include Delta 8 and Delta 10 THC gummies.
Can You Get High Off of Delta 9 Gummies?
Yes, you can get high off of Delta 9 gummies if you take a sufficient dosage. Delta 9 has psychotropic effects, as do other forms of THC. Effects you can expect when taking Delta 9 gummies include*:
- pain relief
- euphoric high
- changes in perception
- appetite increase
* as suggested by customer reports and scientific studies.
Do Delta 9 Gummies Show Up on a Drug Test?
Yes, Delta 9 gummies show up on a drug test. Even when derived from hemp, Delta 9 will be detectable. If you know you’ll be getting tested in the future, it’s best to stop taking Delta 9 gummies for at least a month before the test.
Delta 8 THC Gummies
Delta 8 gummies are the perfect choice for first-time users and people who want a mild pick-me-up. If you’re looking for gummies to give you a mild, relaxing high, our Elevate Delta 8 THC gummies are a must-try. Vegan, made with American hemp extracts, and delicious, these gummies contain 12.5 mg of high-quality Delta 8 THC per gummy.
Delta 8 THC Gummies Effects
The effects of Delta 8 THC gummies feel like a mild high. You will feel relaxed, less anxious, and likely more talkative. Delta 8 THC may also alleviate pain and inflammation in your body. At the recommended dosage, you shouldn’t experience changes in perception, but may notice a relaxed or mildly euphoric effect.
How Long Does it Take for Delta 8 Gummies to Work?
You’ll start to feel the effects of a Delta 8 gummy around 30-60 minutes after taking it. After around 90 minutes you’ll feel the full effects of the gummy, and you’ll likely stay at that peak for at least 3 hours.
How Long Does a High Last from Delta 8?
A Delta 8 high lasts for around 8 hours. The effects will be the strongest during the first 4 hours after taking the gummy. The effects of Delta 8 will slowly subside during the next 4 hours or so.
Best THC Gummies 2022—nama CBD
High-quality THC can be beneficial for anything from helping you fall asleep to relieving pain and anxiety. If you want to buy THC gummies online from a reputable brand, you’re in the right place. With our money-back guarantee, there is no reason not to give our THC gummies a try. nama CBD offers hemp extracted Delta 9 and Delta 8 products combined with natural ingredients.
Unlike many other gummies on the market, all our products are plant-based and rid of non-vegan ingredients like geletin and go through rigorous lab testing by third-party labs. All our delicious flavors come from fruit and our gummies contain only the finest American hemp.
THC Gummies FAQ
Do CBD gummy bears show up on a drug test?
Yes, CBD gummies will show up on a drug test, even if you take gummies with only trace amounts—or no—THC. Thus, you should stop taking CBD gummies about a month before a drug test.
What’s the difference between CBD and THC?
CBD and THC are both compounds found in cannabis and hemp plants. While THC gummies can give you a light buzz, gummies with CBD can help you fall asleep and alleviate your pain without causing a high. You can also go with full-spectrum CBD gummies, which contain both CBD and THC, creating a highly-beneficial entourage effect.
What is stronger—Delta 8 or Delta 9?
THC enthusiasts report feeling stronger effects on Delta 9 THC than Delta 8 THC. A study on consumer experiences with Delta 8 and Delta 9 examined how the effects of these two compounds differ. Due to its milder effects, participants described Delta 8 as Delta 9’s ‘younger sibling’.
Can I take THC gummies for pain and inflammation?
Yes, you can absolutely take THC gummies for pain and inflammation. One of the main benefits according to early scientific studies of THC is pain relief. For pain and inflammation reduction, studies suggest taking gummy products that contain both THC and CBD, such as our Bliss gummies, which contain 5mg of CBD and 5mg of THC.
Can I take Delta 8 everyday?
Yes, you can take Delta 8 everyday. But, only take Delta 8 gummies if you won’t be driving in the next 8 hours. Plus, if you’re taking medications, talk to your doctor about possible interactions before taking any products containing THC.
What are HHC gummies?
HHC gummies contain hexahydrocannabinol (HHC), a cannabinoid found in cannabis plants. Due to the recent cannabis craze, gummies with HHC have become quite popular.
HHC is psychoactive and similar to THC in effects and composition. However, HHC is not legal in all states, while nama CBD Delta 9 gummies, which produce similar effects, are fully legal.
What are the most popular CBD and THC products?
THC and CBD products have become quite popular in the last few years. The most popular CBD products include CBD edibles, CBD vapes, CBD capsules, CBD oil tinctures, and even CBD topicals. If you’re looking for a THC product, you can choose from THC oil, THC edibles, THC vape pens, THC capsules, and more.
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