D-8 TCH Bombs (Chewy Candy)
Hard shelled chewy candies that will have you reminiscing of your favorite Skittlez. These fruity delights have 5mg of Delta-8 per piece, and each pack contains an assortment of Orange, Grape, Lemon, and Strawberry.
Available in 10ct/50mg, 30ct/150mg pouches
$5.95 – $14.95
Sugar, Corn Syrup, Gum Acacia, Palm Kernel Oil, Natural and Artificial Flavors,
Modified Corn Starch, Citric Acid, Sodium Citrate, Hemp Extract, Colors (Dioxide,
Red 40, Lake, Blue 1, Lake, Yellow 5, Lake, Blue 1, Lake, Yellow 5, Red 40, Yellow 6,
Blue 1), Magnesium Stearate, Carnauba Wax
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not
intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Dosage for Delta 8 THC Edibles:
If you are new to Delta 8 THC edibles, The Hemp Doctor would like to offer a little education on how the Delta 8 THC works in your system when ingested in edible form. They also have some suggestions on the dose's size when you begin to use this helpful, holistic product. Unlike when THC is inhaled through smoking and vaping, THC that is taken orally must travel through the digestive tract. At the end of the digestive process, the THC is partially metabolized by the liver and is then absorbed into the bloodstream, which carries the THC to the brain. This process is slower than smoking or vaping THC, which is why it takes longer for you to feel the effects. However, the results tend to last much longer than when smoking or vaping THC.
Current studies have shown that ingesting THC creates a much more intense experience for the user when compared to inhaling it. One theory that is backed by some research suggests that, as the digestive tract processes the THC, the metabolic enzymes break down and modify the THC molecules. In the case of the THC found in our edibles, the result is that the Delta 8 THC is broken down into a new THC molecule called 11-hydroxy-Delta 8-THC. This new molecule is more potent than the average Delta 8 THC molecule, and this 11-OH-Δ8-THC molecule is what is absorbed into the bloodstream.
Because of the increased psychoactive effect of the 11-OH-Δ8-THC that results from our Delta 8 THC edibles' ingestion, we recommend that new users only take one-third of the gummy or other edible to start. Give it a few hours to take effect, and see how long the results last. Please do not take any more for the first few hours, as the first dose's full results may not have reached their maximum effect. Once you do a couple of test runs, if you feel that you need a more robust experience, increase the dosage by another third and see how your body handles it. Repeat these steps until you reach your desired results.
What Is the Difference Between CBD and Delta 8 THC?
CBD and Delta 8 THC are two of over one hundred cannabinoids found in the hemp plant. Each has its benefits, and each has its unique properties. As you shop The Hemp Doctor's extensive inventory, you will notice that we offer products featuring both of these cannabinoids. If you are unsure which one is best for you,
you might find the following information helpful.
CBD – Also known by its proper name, cannabidiol, this cannabinoid is one of the most abundant found in the hemp plant. CBD, along with other cannabinoids and derivatives of the hemp plant, became legal in the United States with the passing of The Farm Bill of 2018. These are all legal as long as the end-product does not
contain greater than .3% Delta 9 THC. Products with CBD have gained unprecedented popularity across the country since its legalization, and new and inventive ways to utilize this compound have been hitting store shelves daily.
Premium retailers like The Hemp Doctor derive this compound from the mature hemp plant using scientifically advanced extraction methods. Delta-8 THC – When you think of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), most people think of the marijuana plant and its ability to produce euphoric side effects. However, it is helpful to know that there are different THC types: Delta-8 THC and Delta-9 THC. Delta-9 THC is the type that gives users a "high" feeling. Conversely, Delta-8 THC is much less psychoactive. Even in the places where Delta-9 THC is still illegal, Delta-8 is federally legal. This compound is also found in only about 1% of the mature cannabis plant.