Delta-8 THC Is Popular, Legal and Quite Fantastic
Delta-8 THC is popular, legal, and quite fantastic, say consumers of this lesser-known, and now much sought-after, cannabinoid.
In the past several year’s researchers have found that the Delta-8 THC molecule, which occurs in the cannabis plant in very small concentrations, contains much of the same unique therapeutic potential as Δ-9 THC and CBD.
This includes anti-nausea properties, pain and anxiety reduction, appetite stimulation, and much more, explained Eric Recker, Executive Vice President of Indicaloud, a producer of high-quality, compliant, and consistent Delta-8 THC products, made from premium hemp.
Recker noted that, unlike CBD, Delta-8 THC can produce a heady, psychoactive experience for some consumers, although less so than Delta-9 THC.
“I can’t speak to everyone’s make-up about whether it is less or equally euphoric, but the sensation of Delta-8 is very pleasant,” Recker said.
Is it legal? The 2018 Farm Bill says yes.
With the passage of the 2018 farm bill, all hemp-derived bi-products are meant to be legal in all 50 U.S. states, although it remains unclear as state and local governments can and do impose stricter limitations. Delta-8 is not legal in the following states: Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Mississippi, Montana, Rhode Island, and Utah.
Meanwhile, demand is booming
According to the January 2021 Hemp Benchmarks report, Delta-8 THC products are among the fastest-growing products in the hemp sector.
And Indicaloud’s fully lab-tested products are an attractive, and tasty, addition to the booming market.
Just recently the Midwest-based company released a new line of disposable vape pens, cartridges, concentrates, smokable hemp as well as chocolate and other candies and gummies, all infused with premium, hemp-derived delta 8 THC.
To learn more about Indicaloud, listen to this informative interview with Eric Recker then let us know what you think on our social media sites.