THC + CBD Gummies
It’s time to skip your evening cocktail, kick back, and relax with our THC + CBD gummies. Whether you’re new to THC or a cannabis aficionado, we have a perfect formula for you.
What our customers say
"Pros: taste is good, fast acting, just the right amount of buzz, helps me sleep Cons: none Go order get you some!"
"I bought these an an alternative to weeknight wine. I sleep like crap usually but these gummies relaxed me and I’ve been getting the best nights of sleep. Definitely recommend!
"I usually don’t write reviews but I love your delta nine THC gummies. It takes about an hour and a half but if you time it right, it puts you in a good place with a beautiful buzz. "
Compliant with the Farm Bill
How are these gummies available across the U.S.? Here’s the lowdown.
In 2018, the US government passed legislation that made growing hemp legal in all 50 states. In this bill, hemp was defined as a cannabis plant with less than 0.3% Delta-9 THC on a dry weight basis. This applies both to the resinous flowers of the plants themselves and to the final hemp-derived products.
With recent innovations in extraction methods, we’ve synthesized a process that allows for higher THC contents, with the perfect ratios of CBD to THC and other minor cannabinoids, while staying within the limitations set by the Farm Bill.
Our gummies contain the choice of 2.5mg, 5mg, or 10mg of Delta-9 THC, all of which are under the 0.3% legal limit for THC. That—and because they’re derived from hemp and not marijuana—makes them compliant with the Farm Bill, though state and local laws may vary.
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What’s the Difference between Hemp-Derived and Marijuana-Derived THC?
There is no difference. The molecules are the same: they look exactly the same, and have the exact same effects and benefits.
Hemp and marijuana are both part of the cannabis family, and when hemp is grown for its cannabinoids (CBD, CBG, etc.) it can appear indistinguishable from marijuana.
According to the Farm Bill, hemp is defined as a cannabis plant that contains less than 0.3% Delta-9 THC on a dry weight basis. So the key difference between the two plants is THC content, but the quality and effects of the THC remain the same.