PharmaTHC Euphoria Blend Gummies – Raspberry Lemonade (2000 mg Total Cannabinoids)

$34.95

Contains 10 pieces, each containing 75 mg of Delta 8 THC, 20 mg of Delta 9 THC, 15 mg of Delta 10 THC & 90 mg of HHC.

Warning! This is a high-potency product formulated for experienced consumers. Please use caution when consuming this product. We advise that you “start low, and go slow” when consuming any cannabis edibles.

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Description

Description:
Slow everything down like a sunny summer day with PharmaTHC Euphoria Blend Gummies – Raspberry Lemonade (2000 mg Total Cannabinoids). Fruity raspberry and tart lemonade dance together over the tastebuds while high-quality cannabis extract dazes the brain. Each vegan-friendly gummy contains four grams of sugar and only twenty-five calories. Indulge guilt-free one gummy at a time.

PharmaTHC expertly blended Delta 8, Delta 9, Delta 10, and HHC for a maximum strength mood state that many call total euphoria. This entourage has been paired with some of the richest fruit flavors to create an enjoyable experience like no other.

Each 1.65 ounce bag contains 10 gummies that each contain 75 milligrams of Delta 8, 20 milligrams of Delta 9, 15 milligrams of Delta 10, and 90 milligrams of HHC. They are made with full-spectrum distillates derived from US-grown hemp, so there is no cannabis flavor!

Benefits:
Multiple cannabis enthusiasts say they enjoy the intense psychoactive effects coupled with an overwhelming sense of relaxation and lethargy. They also report an elevated mood and a sense of calm. Some common benefits of this unique cannabinoid combination include:

  • Anti-inflammation
  • Pain relief
  • Reduced social anxiety
  • Better sleep
  • Relaxed mood

Cannabinoid Profile:

HHC  900 mg
Delta 8 THC  750 mg
Delta 9 THC  200 mg
Delta 10 THC  150 mg
Learn more…

What is Delta 8?
Delta 8 is a naturally occurring cannabinoid found in trace amounts within the cannabis plant. It is very similar in structure to Delta 9. The structures differ by the placement of the double carbon bond in the cyclohexyl ring. Delta 8 has the bond in the eighth position and Delta 9 has it in the ninth. Research shows that Delta 8 binds to the CB1 receptors within the body’s endocannabinoid system, but not as efficiently as Delta 9. Most people report that Delta 8 has a mild psychoactive effect that is less intense than Delta 9. Delta 8 THC also has antiemetic (anti-nausea), anxiolytic (anti-anxiety), orexigenic (appetite stimulant), analgesic (pain relieving), and neuroprotective properties.

What Does Delta 8 Do?
Delta 8 binds with the CB1 and CB2 receptors within the endocannabinoid system, which is part of the central nervous system. It binds much better to the CB1 receptors to create the euphoric effects many people enjoy. This cannabinoid does not bind to the CB1 receptor as well as others and many consumers agree that the effects are not as intense as Delta 9, Delta 11, or THCP.

What is the Difference Between Delta 8 and Delta 9?
They differ in structure and effect. Delta 8 has the double carbon bond in the eighth position of the cyclohexyl ring, which creates a mild clearheaded, calming effect without paranoia. Delta 9 has this double carbon bond in the ninth position and creates a strong psychoactive effect that results in extreme relaxation. Strong anxiety or paranoia is possible when Delta 9 is consumed.

How is Delta 8 Made?
While Delta 8 does occur naturally in the cannabis plant, it is only in trace amounts. Coming up with enough to meet market demand would mean harvesting a lot of plants unnecessarily. So, most Delta 8 is derived from high-quality hemp flower through a process called isomerization. This process converts an organic compound into one of its isomers. An isomer is a compound with the same composition as the original but with a slightly different structure or configuration. This process turns CBD flower into Delta 9 isolate, and it is the isolate that is isomerized into Delta 8.

Why is Delta 8 Legal?
Delta 8 was legalized on the federal level with the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill. In this law, hemp is defined as any cannabis plant with 0.3% or less Delta 9 THC by dry weight. Delta 8 is not mentioned or regulated in the bill and is therefore considered legal. However, Delta 8 has recently been banned or restricted in several states. It is highly recommended to research local laws and regulations to ensure legality.

Where do You Buy Delta 8?
Delta 8 edibles, Delta 8 tinctures, Delta 8 pre-rolls, and more are all available at CannaBuddy. We have an an extensive collection of potent Delta 8 products, Delta 9 products, and more. All products are tested by a third party for efficacy, potency, and purity.

What is Delta 9?
Delta 9 is the cannabinoid responsible for inducing the effects that many people associate with cannabis and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). This cannabinoid interacts with the CB1 and CB2 receptors in the body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS) to produce an uplifting, euphoric effect. Some say it can improve energy and reduce anxiety. Research has shown Delta 9 THC to have medical benefits including anxiolytic (anti-anxiety), antiemetic (anti-nausea), analgesic (pain relieving), orexigenic (appetite stimulant), and neuroprotective properties.

What are Delta 9 Gummies?
Delta 9 gummies are one of the sweetest ways to enjoy the feel of cannabis without the taste. These gummies have had a Delta 9 isolate mixed in during production. They come in a variety of flavors such as Black Raspberry, Dragonfruit Paradise, and Passionfruit Mango. These treats are great on the go or relaxing at the end of the day. And because they are gummies no one knows what’s actually being consumed.

What is Delta 10?
Delta 10 is one of over a hundred naturally occurring cannabinoids identified in the cannabis plant. The structure is very similar to Delta 9. They both have a double carbon bond on the cyclohexyl ring. Delta 10 has the bond attached in the tenth position while Delta 9 has the bond in the ninth position. This small difference causes a very different euphoric effect. Delta 10 binds to the CB1 and CB2 receptors in the central nervous system, but it does not bond to the receptors as well as Delta 9. Many say Delta 10 has a mild clearheaded psychoactive effect. Like most Delta 9 isomers, Delta 10 has been used as an antiemetic (anti-nausea), anxiolytic (anti-anxiety), orexigenic (appetite stimulant), analgesic (pain-relieving), and has neuroprotective properties.

Which is Stronger Delta 8 or Delta 10?
However they are consumed, anecdotal evidence suggests that Delta 8 has a stronger euphoric effect than Delta 10. However, each person’s endocannabinoid system reacts differently to each cannabinoid. Some enthusiasts report Delta 10 to be stronger when consumed in larger quantities.

What is the Difference Between Delta 8, Delta 9, and Delta 10?
Delta 8, Delta 9, and Delta 10 have a minor difference in structure, but a big difference in psychoactive effects.

  • Delta 8 THC: The double carbon bond is in the eighth position of the cyclohexyl ring. Many consumers report Delta 8 to have a clearheaded and uplifting feeling. The effects are said to be about half as strong as Delta 9.
  • Delta 9 THC: Delta 9 has the most psychoactive effect on the human body because its double carbon bond is in the ninth position of the cyclohexyl ring. It is well known for an intense euphoria that results in extreme relaxation.
  • Delta 10 THC: The double carbon bond is in the tenth position of the cyclohexyl ring. Enthusiasts report Delta 10 to have a clearheaded and energizing euphoria with no paranoia or anxiety. The effects are reported to be about half to three-quarters of Delta 9.

What is HHC?
Chemist Roger Adams discovered HHC (hexahydrocannabinol) in 1940. He was experimenting with THC and a process called hydrogenation. HHC does naturally occur in the cannabis plant but is only found in trace amounts. HHC is synthesized by hydrogenating high-quality CBD. In this process, CBD is converted into Delta 9 THC, which is then exposed to hydrogenation. HHC forms when the double carbon bond on the Delta 9 cyclohexyl ring is removed and replaced with two hydrogen atoms. This creates a hexahydrocannabinol ring. The molecular weight is changed as a result of this process. It makes HHC more stable than THC and has a longer shelf life than other cannabinoids. Like many THC isomers, HHC is thought to have antiemetic (anti-nausea), anxiolytic (anti-anxiety), orexigenic (appetite stimulant), analgesic (pain-relieving), and neuroprotective properties.

What is HHC vs THC?
Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and HHC are cannabinoids with a similar structure, but a slight difference makes a big impact on the effects. THC has a double carbon bond on the eighth, ninth, or tenth position of the cyclohexyl ring. HHC has two hydrogen atoms instead of a double carbon bond. Both cannabinoids bind to the CB1 receptors, but THC bonds with these receptors much better than HHC. Most consumers describe THC as an intense cerebral experience with strong relaxation and lethargy. HHC is reported as uplifting and energizing without any lethargy. Even though they differ in effects these cannabinoids share similar therapeutic properties, such as pain relief, anti-inflammation, and reduced nausea.

What are HHC Gummies?
HHC gummies are delicious candies that have been infused with an HHC isolate during production. Some gummies use HHC only, but many add other cannabinoids to create an entourage effect. HHC gummies are available in a variety of flavors, such as Blue Raspberry and Pluto’s Punch. They are pre-portioned for a consistent effect.

How Many Gummies Should I Eat?
First-time consumers should start with half of a gummy or one gummy. Then, wait at least two hours to feel any effects. If nothing is felt, eat the other half or one more gummy and wait another hour. These are high-potency gummies. Even for experienced consumers, it is highly recommended to start low and slow.

 

Suggested Use:
This is a high potency gummy and is suggested for experienced users only.  Please consume with caution.

It is suggested that consumers start with half a gummy to judge effectiveness before consuming a full gummy.  Not for consumption by minors, those that are pregnant, or operating heavy equipment.

Store in cool dry place for up to 1 year.  Ok to refrigerate.

Ingredients:
Corn Syrup, Sugar, Water, Pectin Blend, Debitering, Citric Acid, Natural Flavor, Artificial Color (Filtered Deionized Water, Propylene Glycol, FD&C Red 3), Vegetable Oil, and Sunflower Lecithin to prevent sickness. Contains Hemp Derived Delta 8 THC, Hemp Derived Delta 10 THC, Hemp Derived HHC and Hemp Derived Delta 9 THC.

Nutritional Facts:
Serving Size – 1 Piece
Servings per Container – 10 pieces

Amount per Serving:
Calories – 25
Total Carbohydrates – 7 g
Sugars – 4 g Including 4 Added Sugars

Hemp Derived Delta 8 THC Content – 75 mg
Hemp Derived Delta 9 THC Content – 20 mg
Hemp Derived Delta 10 THC Content – 15 mg
Hemp Derived HHC Content – 90 mg

Product Lab Results:
PharmaTHC Euphoria Blend Gummies – Raspberry Lemonade (2000 mg Total Cannabinoids) COA

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