This hemp tincture contains 2,000 mg of Δ8 THC (Delta 8 THC) in each 30 mL bottle (66 mg/mL). Unlike Δ9 THC, which is found in marijuana, delta 8 THC is derived from hemp plants that contain less than 0.3% Δ9 THC on a dry weight basis; however, the effects of Δ8 THC are very similar to the effects commonly associated with marijuana.
Δ8, or Delta 8, is shorthand for delta-8-tetrahydrocannabinol, which is very closely related to the more famous Δ9-THC found in marijuana. Unlike Δ9-THC, Delta 8 is hemp-derived and being produced from federally compliant American grown hemp.
A tincture is meant to be taken sublingually; the easiest way to use this product is to place the solution under the tongue, holding for 15-20 seconds before swallowing. This allows the product to enter the bloodstream via the sublingual artery, bypassing the digestive system. This method of consumption is one of the more bio-available hemp products and allows for a high percentage of the present cannabinoids to make it to the bloodstream the fastest.
The key to results when using any hemp product is consistency, especially if you are just beginning your hemp journey. Be sure to take a consistent dose of tincture at a consistent time each day to increase the chances of success!
Apis Mercantile hemp tinctures do not contain any artificial colors, preservatives, or fillers. We pride ourselves on quality ingredients, and the only things you'll find in our tinctures are coconut-derived MCT Oil, and Δ8 THC (Delta 8 THC) distillate.
A customer favorite! This tincture has a slightly earthy flavor indicative of its natural, plant-based origins.
66 mg Δ8/mL
CO2-Extracted American-grown hemp
What is Delta 8 THC?
Delta 8 is a hemp-derived cannabinoid that is structurally similar to Delta 9 THC, which is commonly found in marijuana, and will have similar effects.
How should I use a Delta 8 Tincture?
This is a sublingual product, and the delta 8 tincture should be used by depositing the liquid under the tongue to be absorbed by the sublingual artery. The effects are generally felt in 1 to 1.5 hours, so it's best to start slow!