Although 4/20 has already passed, many companies are extending their deals until the end of the week. Below we have some of our favorite delta 9 THC deals for 4/20, as well as a little more information on the “hemp-derived” aspect of delta 9.
Delta-9 THC, usually known as ‘THC’, is the psychoactive cannabinoid coming from cannabis we all know and love. Until last year, the only way to buy Delta-9 THC products, was in a dispensary, but lately, due to the hemp-derived loophole, you can buy it online.
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Hemp-derived delta-9 THC
Simply put, hemp-derived THC products are sourced from high-CBD industrial hemp plants, grown for its fiber, seeds, and extraction uses, whereas marijuana-derived THC products come from high-THC marijuana, like what you would find at dispensary. So why does it matter? On a molecular level, both THCs are exactly the same regardless of where they are extracted from. And logically, it makes more sense to extract from plants that already are THC-dominant, rather than using up a bunch of hemp plant matter for the low levels of extractable THC.
The reason it makes any difference at all is purely legal. As defined by the 2018 farm bill, the hemp variety of cannabis is legal so long as it contains a maximum of 0.3% THC on a dry weight basis. Anything more than that, and it’s considered marijuana, which is illegal. Therefore, any products created from marijuana-derived THC, are also illegal. By default, that same THC can be extracted from hemp and it’s legal.
The implications here are huge for the industry, as it provides a nice legal loophole through which businesses can sell THC products. This is important because statistics show that traditional THC-based cannabis products are still most popular, and consumers have access to a variety of legal THC products, both Delta 8 and Delta 9.
Delta 9 THC 420 deals
(Using ‘CBDTESTERS50’ coupon code)
Want a great Delta-9 THC product?
Get your 5-pack bundle of premium, high-quality, Delta-9 THC gummies. Each gummy contains 15mg of hemp-derived delta 9 THC, and there are 10 gummies per pack. They come in assorted flavors: green apple, cherry pie, blue raspberry, lemon drop, orange mango. They are organic, vegan, gluten-free, and non-GMO – making them compatible with most dietary restrictions. Also, they have no CBD whatsoever to mute the psychoactive effects, just straight THC.
TIP: use coupon code ‘CBDTESTERS50’ to get 50% discount on this premium delta 9 THC gummies bundle. That’s only $20/pack, a great price for this premium product.
(Using ‘CBDTESTERS50’ coupon code)
(Using ‘35testers’ coupon code)
Looking for 420 deals? Get 40% off all your favorite products! Vapes, edibles, concentrates and more, all for almost half off.
This is a perfect opportunity to stock up. And in spirit of being festive, Delta Extrax decided to extend this sale. Originally set for only 4/20, it’s now going to last until 4/24. There are many delta 9 products to choose from, especially edibles.
TIP: Get an extra 35% discount with ‘35testers’ coupon code – applicable sitewide from 4/20 to 4/24!
(With ‘35testers’ coupon code)
(Using ‘Delta25‘ coupon code)
These chocolate bars are creamy, delicious, and packed with hemp-derived delta 9 THC and live resin terpenes. With 150 total mg, that equals out to 12.5 mg of THC per chocolate square, which allows for proper dosing if you eat it square by square. You also get 3 different flavors to choose from: milk chocolate, dark chocolate, and peppermint. These run out fast so get yours while supplies lasts.
TIP: From now until 4/20 get use the coupon code ‘Delta25‘ to get your Delta 9 THC live resin chocolate bars carts with a 25% discount. That’s only $9.8, a great price for this tasty edible.
(With ‘Delta25’ coupon code)
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