It can feel like someone has subtly increased the volume of happiness in your body - as if the positive emotions have been amplified slightly. It’s like the small smile on your face or a slight bounce in your step that comes from hearing a favorite song, being in nature, receiving a compliment, or feeling of accomplishment.
The effects of taking a 10 mg hemp-derived THC Delta-9 gummy can vary from person to person. You’ll likely feel a bit less anxious or stressed and enjoy a slight mood lift. It's important to note that the effects can be subtle, especially if you're new to cannabis products. Also, the effects may take up to an hour or more to fully set in, we recommend starting by cutting your gummy in half (or even in quarters) and waiting before taking more to understand how Delta-9 gummies affect you individually.
To purchase our products, you must be 21 years of age and live in a state where buying hemp Delta-9 THC edibles online is legal. Made federally legal under the 2018 Farm Bill, Idaho is currently the only state where hemp-derived THC is banned (as of May 19, 2023).
MOST states (49 states, to be exact) - YES!
Idaho – sorry, no.
We currently do not ship internationally or to APO, FPO, or DPO locations.
Most people don’t experience any after-effects or hangover-like feelings. However, Delta-9 THC edibles affect each person differently which is why we recommend starting by cutting your gummy in half (or even in quarters) and waiting before taking more to understand how gummies affect you individually.
Short answer, yes.
It's always best to avoid cannabis products, yes, even legal cannabis gummies,when you have a drug test coming up.
Many drug tests are designed to detect any amount of THC in your body. The length of time that THC can be detected in your body depends on a few different things, like how much you took, how often you use cannabis products, and how quickly your body metabolizes it.
The laws and regulations surrounding drug testing can vary depending on where you live, where you work, and other factors. So if you're unsure about drug testing policies or have any concerns, it's a good idea to speak with a medical professional or legal expert for guidance.
To help ensure a safer experience, our packaging is child resistant. DO NOT USE SCISSORS TO OPEN THIS PACKAGING, DOING SO DESTROYS THE CHILD-RESISTANT INTEGRITY OF THE PACKAGING.
Most orders are shipped within one business day after placing your order.
All packages are shipped via USPS.
USPS orders are processed within USPS shipping days of Monday-Saturday. All shipping methods are in business days (Monday-Friday).
On the rare occasion that it takes longer than this, we'll let you know the expected ship date.
Note: once your package leaves our warehouse, it's in the hands of USPS and can be tracked using USPS Tracking
Once a shipping label is created for your order, you'll get an email with all the tracking details. It usually takes around 2-5 business days for everything to update, so hang tight. To track your order, simply copy your tracking number and enter it in the USPS Tracking. If you don't see any tracking info within 2 days of placing your order, shoot us an email at [email protected], and we'll make sure to keep you in the loop.
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Hemp is cannabis with a 0.3% or lower concentration of Delta-9 THC on a dry weight basis. Hemp and its derived cannabinoids are legal on a federal level and in most states.
Cannabis is a single species, and both hemp and marijuana come from it. The primary difference between them is a legal one.
- Hemp has low levels of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), less than 0.3%.
- Marijuana is the term generally used to refer to cannabis that contains higher levels of THC, which produces a psychoactive effect.
If the concentration of Delta-9 THC in cannabis is 0.3% or less on a dry weight basis, it's classified as hemp. However, if the concentration is above that, it's considered marijuana.
Delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol, commonly known as Delta-9 THC, is a naturally occurring compound found in the cannabis plant. The term "Delta-9 THC" is a general term and can refer to THC that is derived from any variety of cannabis (hemp or marijuana). THC binds to cannabinoid receptors in the brain and body to produce various effects such as altered perception, mood, and cognition.
"Hemp-derived Delta-9 THC," refers to Delta-9 THC extracted from the hemp plant which is specifically bred to have lower levels of THC. Hemp-derived Delta-9 THC contains 0.3% or less of THC on a dry weight basis and is the only form of Delta-9 THC made federally legally legal under the 2018 Farm Bill.
Delta-9 THC works by binding to and activating cannabinoid receptors in the brain and other parts of the body. These receptors are part of the endocannabinoid system, which is involved in a wide range of physiological processes, including pain, mood, appetite, and memory. When THC binds to these receptors, it can produce a range of effects, including euphoria, relaxation, altered perception, and impaired memory and coordination. It is important to consume Delta-9 THC in a controlled, low-dose fashion.
Unfortunately, we can’t address the health benefits of hemp-derived cannabinoids or blends. We encourage you to do your own research and consult a medical professional for these types of matters.
Delta-9 THC has been shown to have a range of potential therapeutic benefits, including pain relief, reduced inflammation, nausea and vomiting reduction, appetite stimulation, and muscle spasm reduction. It may also have potential as a treatment for conditions such as anxiety, depression, and PTSD, although more research is needed to fully understand its effects.
Each person’s experience with THC is unique (even at the same dose). Much like prescription medicine or alcohol, there are a variety of factors that influence each experience including physical, mental, consumption and past use.
Physical factors include genetics, body composition, glucose metabolism, metabolic rate, and sugar consumption at the time of THC use.
A person’s mental state also influences THC response. For example, someone in a comfortable and familiar environment may be more likely to have a positive experience with THC.
How THC is consumed can also have an impact. For example, smoking or vaping THC typically results in a faster onset of effects, while consuming THC through edibles can result in slower onset and longer-lasting effects.
Finally, an individual’s past experiences with cannabis use and tolerance levels can also impact their response to THC.
It sure can. For example, consuming high-sugar content drinks or food can reduce the impact of hemp-derived Delta-9 THC edibles.
Individuals with a higher metabolic rate tend to metabolize THC more quickly, resulting in a shorter duration of effects. Conversely, individuals with a lower metabolic rate may metabolize THC more slowly, resulting in a longer duration of effects. It is important to be aware of the potential interactions between cannabis and metabolic rate, and to consume cannabis in a safe and responsible manner. You should also consult with a healthcare provider if you have concerns about cannabis use.
CBD is short for "cannabidiol," which is a naturally occurring chemical compound found in hemp. It may not have the same effects as products containing THC, but it can help “take the edge off" and can be found in many edible and topical products, such as CBD gummies with THC.
Short answer, yes. CBD can include trace amounts of THC. It’s always best to avoid cannabis products, yes, even legal cannabis gummies, when you have a drug test coming up. KAVVA gummies are not CBD products.