The cannabinoids in hemp were made legal in North Carolina with the passage of SB 352, which removed these from the state’s Controlled Substances Act based on the definition from the Farm Bill.
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What’s Delta-9 THC?
Delta 9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the primary psychoactive component of the cannabis plant. It is a naturally occurring compound that acts on specific cannabinoids receptors in the brain and body, leading to physiological effects such as increased heart rate and relaxation. THC has been studied extensively for its potential therapeutic benefits, including pain relief, anti-inflammatory effects, and neuroprotection. It can also be used recreationally to produce euphoric or sedative effects.
HOW IS DELTA-9 THC CONSUMED?
- Oral ingestion (delta-9 gummies)
- Sublingually (Tincture Oil - under the tongue)
- Through skin (Topical or Roll-on)
- Smoked/inhaled (delta-9 flower)
Is Delta 9 Safe?
You can safely consume delta-9. But it has some potential risks and side effects.
Common short-term side effects of delta-9 THC include:
- dry mouth
- increased appetite and heart rate
- memory loss
- red eyes
- slowed reaction times
Rarer short-term effects of cannabis can include:
- paranoia and panic attacks
- nausea and vomiting
What Are the Effects of Delta 9 THC?
Does Delta 9 get you high? Yes, it can, because Delta 9 THC has psychoactive properties. A psychoactive substance is any substance that you put into your body that has the ability to affect your central nervous system, brain function, mood, cognitive function, coordination, and other things.
After consuming THC, you might experience the following positive short-term effects:
- altered perception of time and events
- increased focus
However, THC can also have some side effects, including:
- difficulty thinking and speaking
- dry mouth
- increased appetite
- memory loss
- rapid heart rate
- red eyes
- slowed reaction times
How to Dose Delta-9 THC Edibles
Keep in mind that dosage is going to be different for different people. Many things can play into dosage, like age, height, weight, gender, diet, and of course, cannabis use experience. The right dosage depends on many factors. Every THC product should have the mg dosage listed on the label.
Start with the lowest dose possible, see what happens, and then adjust as needed.
It's important to consult with your medical doctor before you consider CBD or THC products of any kind.
How long do cannabis edibles take to kick in?
When it comes to Delta 9 THC edibles, the golden rules are “start low and go slow.” Depending on factors like metabolism, GI issues, time of day eaten and more - edible effects can take anywhere from 20-60 minutes (or longer) to kick in. To minimize any potential mistakes due to overconsumption or underdosing - we recommend taking a low dose initially; if desired additional effects occur after 45-90 minutes have elapsed then further doses may be taken as needed.
Where to Buy Legal Delta 9 THC in North Carolina
CBD products are nearly everywhere: the grocery store, gas stations, direct marketing vendors, online, or even at the flea market. The FDA does not regulate delta-9 THC products. It’s important to research a company or vendor before purchasing their products.
- Avoid third-party distributors and only purchase directly from the manufacturer, when possible.
- Make sure the manufacturer posts Certificates of Analysis (COA) and other materials that show they are doing their due diligence as a reputable company to test each batch of products for legal compliance and quality.
- Avoid purchasing from street vendors, gas stations, or flea markets, as these types of businesses may mask less ethical business practices.
When it comes to buying Delta 9 THC products, it’s best to purchase from reputable companies with 3rd Party lab results. You should be able to read these lab reports on the company’s website.
King Buddha Delta-9 THC and CBD edibles are all-natural vegan gummies and are lab-tested to ensure the best possible quality. Try King Buddha CBD or Delta-9 THC edibles today.
Dosage varies per person. Factors such as age, size, gender, diet, and cannabis usage influence this. Consult a medical doctor prior to trying a professionally-made, labeled edible with a labeled Delta-9 THC mg amount. Homemade edibles are unpredictable, and not recommended.
All King Buddha products contain a concentration equal to or less than 0.3% Delta 9 THC on a dry weight basis. Products containing hemp-derived THC at this concentration are federally legal under the 2018 Farm Bill. Check with your local laws before purchasing. Drug tests specifically detect metabolites of Delta-9 THC. You should not use this product if you have concerns regarding passing a drug test. By purchasing any King Buddha product, you assume full responsibility for all parts pertaining to your purchase.
WARNING: Consult with your physician before use. Do not operate a vehicle or heavy machinery when taking this product. Do not use if pregnant, nursing, or if you have any diagnosed or undiagnosed health conditions. King Buddha is not responsible for the actions of individuals who take this product.
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