Delta 8 Availability
If you’re wondering about Delta 8 availability, you’ve come to the right place. Not only did the Farm Bill of 2018 federally legalize the use of non-THC cannabinoids from hemp, allowing hemp to become a bigger player in the agricultural industry, but THC itself is becoming legalized for both medical and recreational purposes all across the country.
As of this writing, 15 states plus Washington DC have legalized both medical and recreational cannabis.
As a non-THC cannabinoid, CBD was also federally legalized by the Farm Bill, but not all states have chosen to embrace full legalization as well. CBD products are still not legal in these three states, while some states have stricter regulations and restrictions, with some overall variety on how states have chosen to approach CBD.
That means that while a lot of things are legal in a lot of different places, very few things are more or less legally the same everywhere. Depending on where you live, Delta 8 availability could be as easily accessible as the smoke shop down the street from your home, a marijuana dispensary a short drive or delivery away, or only available through online outlets.
That’s where you’ll find our Delta 8 gummies.
The first of their kind, these Delta 8 gummies are 100% legal, available online, and the first and currently only THC product backed with a payment processor that takes all major credit cards and is operated by a U.S. bank.
Delta 8 availability is important to us, but what’s even more important is giving back to the community that helped create the cannabis industry underground long before the birth of today’s modernized, legal version.
To that end, we’re 10% of all sales made to the Last Prisoner Project, a non-profit organization composed of cannabis industry leaders, artists, and executives dedicated to bringing restorative justice to an industry that has privileged the few while leaving far more behind.