Delta 9 Gummies FAQ
Do you need a prescription for Delta-9 gummies?
No, you don’t need a prescription to buy Delta 9 gummies. Online purchase of our THC gummies is possible without a prescription or doctor’s appointment.
It’s always a good idea to consult your doctor or a qualified medical professional before consuming cannabis products.
Can you fly with Delta-9 edibles?
You are safe to fly to and from 48 US states with hemp-derived delta-9 gummies that contain no more than 0.3% of THC (except Idaho and Kansas).
According to the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), taking cannabis products on an airplane is illegal. Medical marijuana products are federally illegal. However, the exception are products that were made from hemp and whose Delta-9 THC content does not exceed 0.3%. Also, some FDA-approved products that contain THC might also be allowed.
What is HHC?
Hexahydrocannabinol (HHC) is a minor cannabinoid occurring in small quantities in the cannabis plant. Commercial HHC is chemically made from hemp-derived CBD.
HHC is considered THC’s close relative as both compounds produce similar effects. Users describe the HHC “high” as being something between Delta-8 and Delta-9 THC but less potent and less psychoactive. They report many similar effects to delta-9 thc: paranoia, sedation, dry mouth, red eyes, increased anxiety, and the munchies.
The most popular way to consume it is with HHC vape cartridges, gummies, and other HHC products. HHC gummies are federally legal, since they are derived from hemp and not technically THC. Yet, some experts remain skeptical about HHC legality.
HHC vs HHC-O
Let’s meet another cousin in the family: HHC acetate or HHC-O. To make HHC-O products, producers add acetic anhydride to HHC molecules. This increases their potency: manufacturers report that HHC-O can be three times as strong as HHC.
What is THCV?
Tetrahydrocannabivarin, or THCV, is a compound from the cannabis plant. It offers a unique array of effects and benefits that are a bit different from other cannabinoids like Delta-9 THC and CBD.
THCV has a similar molecular structure and psychoactive properties to THC. Unlike its big cousins THC and CBD, THCV suppresses appetite. This may be useful to cannabis users who are focused on weight loss, but should be avoided altogether if you’re suffering from appetite loss or anorexia.
THCV products are great if you're diabetic. Some research shows promising results in THCV’s ability to regulate blood sugar levels. It seems that this minor cannabinoid has therapeutic benefits for our mental health, as well. Many people take THCV gummies as a way to treat anxiety, panic disorder, and PTSD.
Can low doses be detected in a drug test?
For casual cannabis users, the question of how long the drug will stay in their system is often a source of anxiety. Will a low dose be detectable in a drug test?
It depends on how often the person uses cannabis, the method of consumption, and the sensitivity of the drug test.
Generally speaking, THC and CBD extracts can remain in the blood and urine for 30 to 45 days. However, in chronic users, it may be possible to detect traces of the drug for up to 90 days. Isolated occasional use, on the other hand, tends to clear the system more quickly, sometimes within as little as two days.
The best way to ensure that cannabis will not show up on a drug test is to abstain from use for at least 30 days before the test is administered.
Does Delta-9 THC get you high?
At higher doses—more than our edibles contain—Delta 9 THC will get you high. Our edibles are perfect for microdosing and shouldn’t cause a high if you stick to a single dose (one gummy or edible per serving).