Delta 9 Gummies FAQ
Can you fly with Delta-9 edibles?
Flying makes some people anxious. Many take a pill or two to calm down, but what about individuals who microdose cannabis? Before you bring your favorite Delta 9 gummies with you on a plane, there are a few things to know.
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.
So, yes, 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).
If you want to take your Delta 9 gummies abroad, check the legal status of hemp products in the country you’re traveling to.
Because of so much uncertainty surrounding Delta-9 products and flying, we recommend you check with the airline before your flight.
Do edibles calm your nerves?
Millions of medical marijuana patients attest to the ability of Delta 9 edibles to calm nerves. Some edibles contain higher levels of indica-dominant strains that positively affect the nervous system. These are the CBD-dominant strains that ease anxiety and induce deep relaxation.
Are there any risks associated with consuming Delta 9 THC?
Yes, if you consume more than our recommended microdoses of Delta 9, you may experience paranoia, confusion, increased anxiety, and sedation.
If you do happen to experience cannabis impairment, do not operate machinery, cook, or drive under the influence. Listen to your body and make sure to recognize these symptoms of overconsumption.
Can I mix alcohol and cannabis?
Mixing alcohol and cannabis significantly increases the negative impact on driving skills. One study shows how excessive use of alcohol can cause memory loss. Alcohol dependence potentially leads to brain damage, as a different study suggests. The combination of cannabis and alcohol may worsen the potential negative impact on memory.
Drunk driving or driving under the influence of drugs is a more common problem than driving while microdosing cannabis. More research is needed to discover more effects of cannabis on driving.
Is it safe to drive while microdosing THC?
Yes, it is safe to drive while microdosing THC, but only if you take a sub-psychoactive dose. A single nama CBD gummy has a low dose of THC and is unlikely to compromise your driving ability. If you're feeling buzzed, you should err on the side of caution and avoid driving until the buzz has abated.
If you want to be 100% safe, we recommend taking your microdose of THC when you know you won’t have to drive anywhere for around 8 hours, especially if you’re new to microdosing.
What are the effects of cannabis on mental health?
Cannabis science research data shows that cannabis can often improve mental health, so long as you take cannabis products responsibly and stick with lower doses. Medical marijuana patients use CBD and microdosing THC to improve mental health and alleviate many symptoms of mental health disorders.
However, high doses of THC could exacerbate symptoms of depression and generalized anxiety, so it’s best to stick with products with low THC levels.