The calming effects of Delta 8 are blended with the more heady, sativa-like Delta 10 and God’s Gift terpenes in this 900mg Litbar vape pen by Single Source. Tasting and smelling of earth with hints of grape sweetness, what God’s Gift lacks in flavor or smell she definitely makes up for in effects. The product of a cross of Granddaddy Purple and OG Kush, God’s Gift retains the characteristics of her parents and users say she is a quintessential indica: happy, sleepy, and very relaxing. The prominent terpenes combined into this blend of 900mg of D8 and D10 THC include myrcene, alpha pinene, and ocimene.
While God’s Gift is an indica strain, if you happen to be looking for something more sativa-based or that better fits early or mid-morning pursuits, check out Single Source’s Super Sour Diesel, Blue Dream, or Acapulco Gold for the same Single Source quality and taste. Dr. Ganja also carries various hybrid strains from Single Source such as Runtz, Strawberry Shortcake, and Girl Scout Cookies. Single Source products are made in-house and are lab-tested by DEA registered labs. All terpenes used in vape pens and cartridges are also blended in-house by Single Source’s own chemist. This vape pen is breath-activated, disposable, and rechargeable so that you can consume to the very last drop.
For those new to Delta 8 and Delta 10, please consume slowly. For those familiar with Delta 8 or Delta 10 but not Delta 8 + Delta 10 combined products, please also exercise caution as your tolerance to the mixture may be different than your tolerance to individual cannabinoids. If you care to learn more about the science behind delta 8 or delta 10 THC, check out our informational sections below!
What is Delta 8 THC?
Cannabinoids are chemical compounds secreted from cannabis plants as resin. They have the ability to interact with our body’s Endocannabinoid System (ECS). Delta 8 THC is a cannabinoid that occurs in much smaller concentrations than most other cannabinoids.
Delta 8 is an isomer that forms as Delta-9 THC ages and oxidizes. This process increases the stability of the Δ8 molecular structure so that it does not degrade as easily and lasts much longer over time.
Delta-8 THC and Delta 9-THC contain similarities in their molecular structure. Both contain double bonds, but D8 contains the bond on the 8th carbon chain and not on the 9th. For that reason, D8 and D9 THC react similarly within the Endocannabinoid receptors in the body as a result of their similar presentation of structure and properties.
D8 requires an intricate process of extraction, isolation, conversion, and refinement. With Δ8 there are benefits and effects to serve both medicinal and recreational consumers. Because D8 occurs in smaller concentrations, it’s common to see it sold in the form of distillates or edibles.
The compound Δ8 legally derives from hemp and contains less than 0.3% Δ9-THC in accordance with the Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018 (also known as the 2018 Farm Bill). Within the Bill, it states that all derivatives, isomers, and cannabinoids in hemp are federally legal provided that all final products contain less than 0.3% D9 THC.
- If you are subject to routine drug screenings, do not consume Δ8-THC.
- Each state has its own separate laws regarding hemp products. Please be aware of the laws within your state/province of residence.
- Psychotropic potency of Delta 8 THC will often vary. For this reason, please do not operate a vehicle after consuming Δ8 products.
- Consult your doctor before use.
What is Delta 10 THC?
Phytocannabinoids are the chemical compounds that are secreted from hemp or cannabis plants as resin. They have the unique ability to activate receptors in the Endocannabinoid System and provide their own distinctive effects.
Delta 10 Tetrahydrocannabinol is known as an “elusive” phytocannabinoid, as it is most often confused for Cannabichromene (CBC). The Δ10 THC isolated crystals develop in much smaller concentrations than most other cannabinoids.
Delta 8, Delta 9 and Delta 10 contain similarities in their molecular structure, but Δ10 and Δ8 are considered isomers of the Δ9 molecule. Each cannabinoid contains double bonds in their molecule, but D8 contains the bond on the 8th carbon chain, D9 contains a bond on the 9th carbon chain and D10 contains the bond on the 10th carbon chain.
In an effort to create higher percentages of Δ10 THC, many extractors are using hemp-derived CBD to create it through a process known as isomerization.
Δ10 has proven to deliver benefits and effects to serve both medicinal and recreational consumers. D10 is most often sold in the form of oils, edibles, vape cartridges or disposable vape pens, and also in flower with very minimal percentages.
The compound Δ10-THC is legally derived from hemp. It does not contain more than 0.3% Δ9-THC in accordance with the Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018 (also known as the 2018 Farm Bill).
The bill states that all derivatives, isomers and cannabinoids found in hemp are federally legal provided that all final products contain less than 0.3% D9 THC.
- If you are subject to routine drug screenings, do not consume Δ10-THC.
- Each state has their own separate laws regarding hemp products. Please be aware of the laws within your state/province of residence.
- Psychotropic potency of Delta 10 THC will vary by dose and effects will also vary for users. Therefore, do not operate a vehicle after consuming Δ10 products.
- Consult your doctor before use.
Delta 10 is not a naturally occurring cannabinoid and is created through a process that necessitates a type of catalyst to create it such as a food grade radical initiator to stabilize the reactivity of the radicals to provide higher yields of Delta 10 THC.
Take one or two short draws. Wait 45 mins for the effects to settle in and to establish individual tolerance before using again.
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