Dosing Delta 8

Dosing Delta-8 THC

~Due to the delayed onset of Delta-8 THC, a user may need a few uses or days to find their perfect dose. Doses are highly individualized and don't completely seem tied to any specific physical feature (age, sex,weight, etc.) so, regardless of size, it's best to start with a lower dose and work your way up. You can always take more, but you can never take less Delta-8 THC.

~A typical oral dose for Delta-8 THC is between 10-40mg. Those that need above 40mg tend to be heavy recreational users of Delta9 THC. 10mg can make a big difference in effects for some people so we generally recommend to not exceed 10mg's when stepping up doses.

~A typical vape dosage is 1-3 three second puffs. It is typically not necessary to take more than this unless the user is a heavy user of Delta-9 THC.

Dosing Delta-8 Continued:

~If you are a consistent user of Delta-9 THC, we typically recommend starting with in in a 1:1 manner. Many report Delta-8 THC being about 75% as potent as Delta-9 THC, but we aren't ready to concede that figure as the different effects between the molecules aren't directly comparable. We've found that potency varies per person and the expectation for, and ultimate lack of, a mental fog when using Delta-8 THC is the main reason people find Delta-9 THC to be less potent, disregarding it's increased potency in calming anxieties and body feel for many.

~We've had individuals report D8 THC being more potent than Delta-9 THC, especially with edibles. For this reason, we typically recommend taking a similar dose to what you would take with Delta-9 THC and work your dose up or down based on that initial response. 

~The length of Delta-8 THC's effects are very unique to the individual. As an average, we see high purity vapes lasting 1-5 hours, tinctures and  edibles lasting 5-12 hours. Larger doses generally create longer lasting effects, especially with tinctures and edibles.

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