Buy Delta 8 Gummies In Bulk At Wholesale
Despite all the amazing innovations in today’s hemp edibles market, gummies remain the industry standard. Customers are still going crazy for these delectable cannabinoid-rich treats. And we’re not just talking about CBD gummy bears. Indeed, starting a few years ago, there has been a significant push for delta 8-infused gummies.
Short for delta 8 tetrahydrocannabinol, delta 8 is a hemp cannabinoid closely related to the infamous delta 9 THC. Although delta 8 is slightly psychoactive, it’s not banned under US federal law. As long as you’re working with a trusted hemp vendor like Eagle Moon Hemp, you shouldn’t worry about compliance issues.
Wholesale Delta-8 Gummies
Anyone interested in stocking up on delta 8 gummies in bulk should contact Eagle Moon Hemp for info on our wholesale program.
How Do I Order Delta 8 Gummies In Bulk from Eagle Moon Hemp?
If you’re itching to break into the delta 8 market, Eagle Moon Hemp has the gummies you need! All our pre-packaged delta 8 gummies are made with the same high-quality hemp used in our dozens of CBD products. Although the default potencies for these delta 8 gummies are 20 mg or 50 mg, we can adjust these products to your specifications.
Want to learn more about our wholesale delta 8 offerings? Please drop us a line at [email protected]. You could also reach out to our staff at (575) 546-0875
Are Delta 8 Gummies Similar to CBD Edibles?
Just because delta 8 THC comes from the hemp plant doesn’t mean it’s the same as CBD. Indeed, if customers are only used to CBD products, they may be surprised by the potency of delta 8 gummies.
Please never forget that delta 8 has been reported to be slightly psychoactive. Although most users claim delta 8 isn’t as intense as delta 9, it’s also not as tame as CBD. In fact, recent research suggests delta 8 molecules interact directly with the endocannabinoid system. By contrast, many scientists claim CBD doesn’t land on CB1 receptors, which may account for its more mellow, non-psychoactive effects.
Although there’s a lot we don’t know about delta 8, customers should be extra cautious when taking this cannabinoid for the first time. Since delta 8can be psychoactive, it can temporarily impair motor function and induce sleepiness. New customers should only take delta 8 later in the day when they have no big plans.
Who’s The Best Fit for Delta 8 Gummies?
Generally speaking, hemp edibles are best for people who want a sneaky and subtle way to get a cannabinoid fix. Oh yeah, and these gummies taste pretty delicious, too! If you can’t stomach products like hemp crude oil, then delta 8 gummies may be the way to go.
The main difference between delta 8 and CBD gummies is potency. Since delta 8 can be psychoactive, customers don’t need as much product to experience intense effects. Customers who aren’t getting their desired results with CBD may want to upgrade to delta 8 THC gummies.
One benefit specific to delta 8 gummies is that they take longer to get into your bloodstream. New users don’t have to worry about an overwhelming “head-rush” sensation, which you’d get with smokable hemp flower or vape juice. This makes delta 8 gummies a perfect product for people who’ve never tried this cannabinoid before.
What’s The Average Shelf-Life of Delta 8 Gummies?
Anyone interested in buying bulk orders of delta 8 gummies may be wondering about the shelf-life for these sweets. Luckily for retailers, delta 8 gummies can last for about a year without a significant dip in flavor or potency. Typically, the longevity of your gummies depends on where you store them.
For long-term storage, please place your delta 8 edibles in a cool, dark area without excessive humidity. On average, delta 8 gummies will last for a year after their manufactured date.
Of course, you should look at the official manufacturer’s expiration date for specific info on how long your delta 8 gummies will last.
Delta-8 Wholesale FAQ
Delta-8 is reported as a less psychoactive isomer than regular THC. The only structural difference between the two cannabinoids is the placement of one double bond. Regular delta-9 THC has the double bond on the ninth carbon atom, while delta-8 features the bond in the eighth position.
The slight shift changes the shape of the delta-8 molecule prohibiting the compound from bonding as strongly with CB1 receptors in the brain. The reported results are a light, functional buzz that enhances creativity without leaving you overly sedated.
Both delta-8 and CBD are natural cannabinoids found in hemp flowers, and both compounds promote a sense of physical relaxation and mental calm. But while CBD has no real psychoactive action, delta-8 imparts a mellower, clear-headed version of the characteristic effects regular THC produces.
Yes. We derive all our delta-8 distillate from legal, industrial hemp plants containing less than .3% delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).
Unfortunately, no. Delta-8 products have been prohibited in the following states:
- Rhode Island
Please keep in mind that the laws on hemp-derived cannabinoids shift continuously. We suggest that you check with your local authorities to find out if distributing delta-8 products is legal in your area.
Another common question people ask about delta 8 is whether it will interfere with work-related drug screenings. Unfortunately, since delta 8 is similar to delta 9 THC, most tests can’t distinguish between these cannabinoids. Hence, if you have delta 8 in your system, it’s likely to affect a standard urine analysis.
If an employee knows about an upcoming drug screening, they should avoid taking delta 8 gummies at least three days prior. Everyone metabolizes cannabinoids at a different rate, so it’s difficult to say how many days delta 8 will remain in your system. If you’re extra concerned, you may want to avoid delta 8 for about one week before a drug screening, especially if you frequently use full-spectrum hemp products. This is not to be misconstrued as medical or legal advice. If you are in a sensitive field like nursing, law enforcement, or any other field where a failed drug test can cost you your job we strongly recommend you do not use Delta 8 or you consult with your superior about the use of delta 8 or even full spectrum CBD products.
Hopefully, as scientists learn more about the intricacies of hemp cannabinoids, new drug screenings will pick up the nuances of delta 8 and delta 9. For the time being, however, employees need to know about this risk.