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Delta 8, 9 & 10 My CBD Cert Resources 

What is Delta-8 defines CBD (Cannabidiol) as “a non-psychoactive compound of cannabis” Delta-8-tetrahydrocannabinol is a psychoactive cannabinoid found in the cannabis plant 

Delta-8 and Delta-9 are both forms of THC. Normally, when people refer to THC they are talking about delta-9 THC. (See information below for information about delta 9.) 

Legal concerns about Delta are a little confusing. It can be extracted from either hemp or cannabis. Because of the 2018 farm bill, hemp can be legally grown and used for extractions all over the United States, making delta-8 legal in states where delta-9 THC is illegal. 

People in states where THC is illegal crave cannabis products and are now looking to Delta-8 because it may be legal in their state, even though it is less potent than regular THC. Many extractors are ramping up delta-8 production to meet this new demand and shipping it all over the US. 

What’s the difference between Delta-8 & Delta-9 THC? 

Delta-8, like delta-9 (regular THC), causes you to feel high. Chemically, delta-8 and delta-9 are similar in that they both affect you chemically. Delta-8 produces the intoxicating effects that make you feel high. The two THCs are chemically different. Delta-8 is much less potent than regular THC. However, research is ongoing on exactly how it affects the body. 

Am I going to get high using delta-8? 

You can get high, but it’s a much different high than delta-9 THC. Many people are choosing Delta-8 to experience a similar high in places where THC is illegal. Some even prefer cannabis products that aren’t as strong as common. Delta-8 may offer a smoother, milder high instead of the anxiety and paranoia that THC is likely to produce. If you are looking for effects similar to THC but with a reduced potency, delta-8 may be for you. If you seek relief from certain symptoms and don’t want to get intoxicated, you may want to try a CBD product 

Effects of delta-8 

Many people who use Delta-8 indicate that they have similar effects as they had with delta-9., These include mild euphoria, happiness, uplifting feelings, and relief from some symptoms such as pain, although the compound is much less potent. Delta-8 can also help with insomnia.Side effects may be similar to those of THC, including dry mouth, red eyes, getting the munchies, short-term memory, paranoia, or anxiety. There is still a lot of information to gather and research is ongoing.. 


There is a product that will mimic that of THC and offer relief from some symptoms while not getting you high. Yes, its CBD products 

● HC gummies often come in 10mg gummies—people may take half a gummy or a full gummy for a dose, either 5mg or a full 10mg. 

● Delta-8 gummies often come in 25mg gummies—so half of one would be 12.5mg, and ● a full gummy is 25mg. 

● Smokeable D8 such as pre-rolls or vape 

● D8 tinctures are available 

● Other products are launched daily. 

As with any substance, try a little first and see how your body reacts. You’ll know how quickly it affects you and how long it lasts. Wait a little before taking too much. Then increase as desired. 

Is delta-8 legal? 

The jury is still out. Not many states deal with Delta-8 laws right now. They only cover marijuana. There are 11 states’ rights currently where delta-8 is illegal (see below for a list of states). Keep in mind that delta-8 is a derivative of hemp which is a derivative of CBD and is federally legal! 

You can get delta-8 in the mail depending on where you live. 

Commonly, producers will ship delta-8 to all states except these: 

● Alaska 

● Arizona 

● Arkansas 

● Colorado 

● Delaware 

● Idaho 

● Iowa 

● Mississippi 

● Montana 

● Rhode Island 

● Utah 

● Texas 

The status of Delta-8 THC under federal law is not clear, due to a conflict between the law and a Drug Enforcement Administration (“DEA”) regulation. Under the federal 2018 Farm Bill, all hemp-derived cannabinoids, including all Delta-8 THC derived from hemp, fall within the definition of “hemp,” which is no longer a controlled substance federally and can be legally produced and sold, subject to a complex set of federal regulations. However, in Fall 2020 the DEA issued an “Interim Final Rule” which stated that “[all] synthetically derived tetrahydrocannabinols remain schedule 1 controlled substances.” The Biden Administration has indicated that it will permit the Final Rule to go into effect later this month. 

Hence the confusion: Delta-8 THC, when manufactured from hemp-derived CBD (and thus not extracted directly from the hemp plant), is a controlled substance under federal law. Until this uncertainty is addressed by Congress, the DEA, or the courts, there is some risk that Delta-8 THC remains an illegal “controlled substance” under federal law, despite the hemp-derived CBD from which it is manufactured being legal at the federal level. 

Products containing Delta-8 THC do not appear to be prohibited by FDA regulations but still must receive pre-market approval. Under the 2018 Farm Bill, the FDA retains authority to regulate products that contain cannabis or cannabis derivatives under the federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FDCA). The FDA has also promulgated its Drug Exclusion Rule, which states that any substance that has been approved or investigated by the FDA as a new drug cannot also be marketed as a food or dietary supplement for humans or animals unless the substance was sold and marketed prior to the FDA’s investigation. It is this Drug Exclusion Rule that causes the sale of products containing CBD to be of questionable legality under federal law. 

There do not appear to be any FDA investigations regarding Delta-8 THC, so it appears that the Drug Exclusion Rule does not apply to the sale of products that contain Delta-8 THC. 

CBD Product types Gummies – My CBD Cert Resources 

Gummies are one of the most sold products in the CBD market. They are a great resource for treating various ailments. As they do not make you sleepy they are great for daytime use. They can come in a variety of colors, flavors, and shapes. CBD gummies are not FDA-approved so quality and purity levels can be across the board. Make sure you do your research and purchase from a reputable company. They usually have between 10 and 25 milligrams of CBD each. Check the package and make sure you’re dosing the right amount. The downside? Gummies take one to two hours to work, longer than some other forms. They also have to pass through your digestive system. While this allows the effect to penetrate all over the body, it also means the CBD can interact with other things in your stomach. 

Cannabis sativa and Cannabis indica are two species of cannabis. This means that they share many similar features but have specific and distinct differences. Although anecdotal evidence and some marijuana dispensaries claim that indica is more calming and sativa is more energizing, they say that such statements are misleading. Many more factors are involved in creating the recreational and medical effects of marijuana than strain alone. 

Types of Products 

● Sour 

● Regular 

● Sugar-Free 

● Delta 8 

How it helps 

Gummies can help with anxiety, pain, and other considerations. 


Gummies are not as easy to produce and package as you may think. And to make sure they are packaged correctly so they stay fresh. They can not be exposed to heat/sun. When mailed, they need to be sealed correctly or they may stick together. They come in pouches and jars generally. Some retailers demand jars that are child-proof. Some states require nutritional content that addresses nutrient info. 


Product branding is a consideration for producers and they can not be branded for children. In addition, they need to be careful to not have any branding that intellectual property considerations are not violated. 



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