Where to Buy Delta 9 Gummies in Idaho

The practice of taking low amounts of Delta 9 THC for health benefits is growing strong across the US. If you want a safe, reliable, and delicious way of consuming THC, microdosing edibles are just the thing.


Edibles with hemp-derived Delta 9 are legal in the majority of US states—but not in Idaho.


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Due to strict state limitations on hemp and hemp-derived products, Idahoans cannot purchase our heavenly Delta 9 gummies in the state. But there are other ways you can get your greedy little paws on them! Keep reading to find out more.

What are Delta 9 Gummies?

Our Delta 9 edibles are made by extracting Delta 9 THC from the hemp plant and infusing it into chewy gummies. They contain only natural ingredients and hemp sourced from small farms in America. All our Delta 9 gummies are tested in third-party labs to ensure our customers get the best hemp product on the market.

You can find all information about Delta 9 THC in our extensive guide.

Delta 9 is often paired with cannabidiol, another major cannabis compound, to achieve the best microdosing results. Read all about the differences in effects and benefits between THC and CBD.


How Much THC is in Delta 9 Gummies?

At low doses, Delta 9 has many health benefits and can help treat a plethora of mental and physical conditions. 2–10 mg of Delta 9 produces the best results, and that’s exactly why the amount of THC in our Delta 9 edibles does not exceed 10 mg. Five milligrams of THC is considered a low dose, while anything below 2 mg is a microdose. The amount of Delta 9 in our products is specified on each product’s label.

Thanks to a unique relaxation-promoting blend of cannabinoids and terpenes, our Relax Plus gummies are able to bring you head-to-toe relaxation and sweet pain relief. Only 5 mg of Delta 9 will ensure a light buzz.

Are Delta 9 Gummies Legal in Idaho?

Delta 9 THC derived from hemp is federally legal in the United States. The 2018 Farm Bill has removed hemp from the list of controlled substances, making a clear-cut legal distinction between hemp and marijuana.

Under the Farm Bill, Delta 9 products are legal at the federal level if:

  1. the THC concentration in products does not exceed 0.3% of THC by dry weight
  2. the Delta 9 THC is derived from the hemp plant, not marijuana


This legalized certain types of THC edibles, making our amazing gummies legal across the US. Many states have legalized hemp and all its byproducts—including Delta 9 and CBD—as long as they follow the Farm Bill stipulations.

To understand more about THC, read our comprehensive guide to tetrahydrocannabinol. It covers its effects, benefits, and similarities with Delta 9 THC.


Is Delta 9 Legal in Idaho?

Despite the Farm Bill’s separation of industrial hemp and marijuana, Idaho bans all cannabis edibles, even those derived from hemp. Any form of medical or recreational marijuana is also illegal in Idaho.

The Gem State has implemented some of the strictest cannabis laws in the country. According to the Idaho Uniform Controlled Substances Act, all intoxicating hemp products (that contain any percentage of THC or its isomers) are prohibited.

As the legality of Delta 9 differs from state to state, it might be a good idea to check whether your state is Delta 9-friendly.


Legality of Hemp-Derived CBD

Hemp-derived CBD products that contain no concentrations of Delta 9 THC are fully legal and can be bought either locally or online. Idaho residents can buy a limited spectrum of CBD products sold in the state as oils, pills, powders, or topicals, as long as they contain 0% of Delta 9.

All our CBD products are tested in third-party labs, and lab results are available on our website. We carry 100% organic, vegan edibles flavored with real fruit, and infused with the finest American-grown hemp.

Some of our hemp products do not contain any amounts of THC. You can order our Delta 9-free CBN gummies and enjoy the combined forces of premium CBD and CBN.

Cannabinol (CBN) is a minor cannabis compound that helps relieve pain, reduce anxiety, and help you sleep. Due to their similarities in health benefits, cannabinol and cannabidiol are often paired together. This in-depth comparison between CBD and CBN will answer all your questions about their effects and therapeutic benefits.

Where to Buy Delta 9 Gummies in Idaho?

We’re sorry to say that our Delta 9 edibles are illegal to buy in Idaho. We are not able to ship our edibles containing hemp-derived Delta 9 to any place in your state.

If you’re visiting any of the neighboring states or have a friend who lives in Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Wyoming, or Montana, you can have them order our incredible Delta 9 edibles! We’ll ship them to the states around Idaho, completely free of charge.

Social distancing is not a thing anymore, so pay your out-of-state friends a visit and share the best gummies in the world with them. Shop here.


What is Delta 9 THC?

Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (also known as Delta 9 THC) is one of the best-researched cannabinoids in the cannabis plant. Many users microdose Delta 9 to treat a variety of medical conditions, including relief from pain, inflammation, and anxiety.

Delta 9 THC gummies allow you to incorporate small amounts of cannabis into your everyday life while remaining productive and functional. Here’s how microdosing Delta 9 can improve your health:

  1. Delta 9 can regulate sleep and lower sleep deprivation.
  2. Delta 9 THC might effectively lower stage fright and other symptoms of social anxiety.
  3. Chronic sufferers experience improvement in symptoms and pain after microdosing Delta 9 for migraine.
  4. Delta 9 can boost dopamine levels in the brain, aiding those struggling with anxiety and depression. This is also helpful to people struggling with ADHD, as low doses of cannabis might help with ADHD symptoms like hyperactivity, fidgeting, and lack of focus.
  5. Small doses of Delta 9 can treat multiple sclerosis mainly by reducing inflammation in the brain and lessening symptoms of MS.
  6. You can find more information about anti-inflammatory properties of THC and CBD right here.


Delta 9 in the Entourage Effect

On its own, Delta 9 THC is a powerful cannabis compound. However, cannabis products typically contain more than one cannabinoid, so Delta-9 is often paired with CBD and other minor compounds to produce the entourage effect.

The entourage effect describes a cannabis synergy in which the benefits of cannabinoids are enhanced by each other’s presence. This means that the beneficial effects of cannabidiol become more pronounced when you take THC and CBD together, and vice versa. CBD seems to soften the psychoactive effects of THC.

Since all our Delta 9 THC-containing edibles aren’t legal in Idaho, let’s talk about broad spectrum gummies. Our Anytime broad spectrum CBD edibles contain only the purest hemp-derived cannabidiol.

Cannabis experts claim that full spectrum hemp extract, in fact, provides users with the greatest therapeutic benefits when CBD and Delta 9 are combined. Take a look at our guide to the differences between full spectrum and broad spectrum CBD, and decide for yourself.


Delta 9 Gummies FAQ

What states are Delta 9 gummies legal in?

Some forms of Delta 9 THC are legal on a federal level in the US. However, there are states that still prohibit the use of any products containing Delta 9. Kansas and Idaho deem all Delta-9 products illegal.


Since they are illegal for purchase in Idaho, click on the states below to learn where you can buy Delta 9 edibles.

How Long Does it Take to Feel the Effects?

Gummies provide a slower, longer-lasting cannabis experience. They enter the bloodstream via the digestive tract, so the effects take some time to kick in. You will feel the effects of Delta 9 gummies after 30 minutes, but typically within an hour or two.


Depending on the dosage and other factors (like your metabolism and genetics), the effects can often last as long as 8 hours.


Is Delta-9 stronger than Delta-8?

Delta 9 produces stronger effects than Delta-8 THC. According to a study on consumer experiences with Delta 8, its effects are milder and less psychoactive than Delta 9’s.

Delta 9 and Delta 8 THC are different in some regards. If you’re looking to understand the latter more thoroughly, make sure to read up on the benefits of Delta 8 THC in our detailed guide.

Researchers at the University of Buffalo found that Delta-8 gummies cause feelings of relaxation and pain relief without interfering with the users’ ability to perform their daily activities. That’s a great reason to add Delta-8 THC products—like our superb Elevate gummies—to your microdosing routine.


Can you get Delta 8 in Idaho?

Delta-8 THC is illegal to buy in Idaho. In 2021, state lawmakers made it illegal to use, own, sell, distribute, buy, make, or promote Delta-8 products. All other THC isomers, including Delta-10, THC-O, and HHC, are also prohibited under Idaho state law.

That’s a great reason for a field trip outside of Idaho! Visit a friend and order our Delta 9 edibles in the neighboring states, and we will deliver them free of charge.


Can Delta 9 get me high?

Delta 9 can get you high at a sufficient dosage. A low dose of Delta 9 will make you feel relaxed and may alleviate pain, but generally won’t make you feel high. A dosage above 10 mg may produce altered perception and other effects associated with a “high,” especially if you’re not used to the effects of THC. The standard THC dosage is 5 milligrams.


Can Delta 9 cause psychosis?

There are no studies that suggest Delta 9 can cause psychosis. However, when taken at a high dosage, Delta 9 THC may cause temporary psychosis-like effects in a minority of users, which subside once the effects of the drug wear off.

If you take the recommended serving size of our products (one Delta 9 THC gummy), you don’t have to worry about experiencing these side effects of Delta 9, as the potency of our products is not strong enough to induce major intoxicating effects.


Is Delta-10 legal in Idaho?

Scientists classify Delta 10 THC as semi-synthetic since it is created by substantially altering the CBD component. This is where the legal difficulties of Delta-10 enter in. In its Interim Final Rule, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) affirmed that "all synthetically generated tetrahydrocannabinols remain Schedule I Controlled Substances.”

Idaho’s stance on Delta 10 appears to be the same as for Delta 8: it cannot be legally manufactured, produced, or sold in Idaho.


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