Max Delta-9 THC Gummies
Our hottest and most high-in-demand product right now is Delta-9 THC gummies. These hemp-derived legal gummies come in a range of delicious flavors. Below are the strongest gummies available online to fall within farm bill compliance.
Why are BudVault Gummies So Strong and effective?
These vegan delta 9 THC is extracted from 100% organically grown hemp from farms in the US. Our products are tested from accredited third parties and provide a certificate of analysis for safety, purity and quality. Although Delta 9 THC is legal, consuming it can be intoxicating for some individuals. Since the effects vary from person to person, for new consumers, it is best and recommended to start with a small dose such as half a gummy and work up from there slowly to their preference and/or tolerance.
Please consult with your physician before use and do not use it if pregnant, nursing or suspect an illness. Must be 21 and over to purchase and consume. Do not operate heavy machinery or a vehicle while consuming.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) About Delta-9 THC Gummies
Do you offer returns?
We offer a 30 day money back guarantee if the products are not reasonably meeting the standards of our customers.
Do I need a Prescription or Medical Card?
No, You do not need a prescription or medical card to purchase Delta-9 THC. It is available for purchase in the US either in smoke shops or online. Must be 21 and over to purchase and consume.
What is Delta-9 THC?
Delta 9 is widely considered the “classic” THC, and when you hear the word “THC”, this is typically in reference to the powerful Delta-9 compound.
Delta 9 THC ( or tetrahydrocannabinol) is a cannabinoid molecule found in cannabis that has long been recognized as the main psychoactive ingredient of the plant. In other words, it is the compound in marijuana known to deliver a “high”.
Despite being highly federally regulated, individuals can now purchase hemp-derived Delta 9 THC gummies online – legally and conveniently without the hassle of visiting a dispensary. This “loophole” only applies to Delta-9 edibles, which, thanks to their higher density, can contain a much larger quantity of Delta-9 THC per serving – without exceeding the 0.3% concentration limit outlined in the 2018 Federal Farm Bill.
It is important to remember that everybody is different, and the way your body reacts will depend on many factors unique to you. While not intoxicating, some individuals may be more sensitive to the psychoactive properties than others, so please use moderation until you are familiar with the effects of delta-8. We recommend you “start low and go slow”- waiting about 20 minutes between pulls (or puffs) and adjusting your dosage accordingly.
Does Delta-9 Get You High?
Delta-9 THC is widely considered the most popular compound in the cannabis plants, thanks to its noticable psychoactive effects and host of wellness properties. When Delta-9 THC enters the body, it binds to the cannabinoid receptors in your endocannabinoid system like a key, “unlocking” these receptors and initiating a powerful flow of certain effects – both within the mind and the body. Because it delivers such strong effects, users must use caution when consuming Delta-9.
Do not drive or operate machinery when consuming Delta-9 THC, and do not consume if you have any underlying health issues without consulting with a trained medical professional. Because Delta-9 is the strongest cannabinoid on the market today, it is encouraged to start low and go slow until you are familiar with the powerful effects of THC.
Is Hemp-Derived Delta-9 THC Legal?
Understanding the legality surrounding Delta 9 THC can be confusing, largely due to the fact that the majority of Delta-9 products are still highly regulated and only available for purchase in a dispensary, and in some states, only to individuals carrying a medical marijuana card.
When the government signed the 2018 Farm Bill, a federal law was put into effect limiting the concentration of hemp-derived Delta-9 THC to no more than 0.3%. This figure is calculated based on dry weight, meaning that a heavier finished product can legally contain a larger quantity of THC while still remaining lawfully compliant.