Frequently Asked Questions
Given that Delta 8 THC is so new to the market, we thought we would take the time to compile a list of frequently asked questions and get you the information you need to decide if Delta 8 is right for you. Check out the FAQs below, and if you have any additional questions please contact our team so we can get those answered for you.
510-threaded batteries are what you need! Batteries are not included with our vapes and must be purchased separately.
Terpenes exist in natural plants. They are aromatic oils that exist to lure pollinators and repel predators. Often, your favorite cannabis strains are defined by their terpene flavor profile. Cannabis terpenes actually come from the same glands that create the cannabinoids, and it is thought that they play a role in differentiating the effects of each strain.
Our Delta 8 products benefit from what is known as the “Entourage or Ensemble effect.” This dictates that each cannabinoid grows more potent when other compounds from the cannabis plant are present. In short, the effects are magnified. Terpenes and the other cannabinoids help make Delta 8 far more effective than they would be on their own, which results in more effective treatment.
It is NOT! We are one of the only Delta 8 companies on the market that do not use MCT in their oil to give a 100% natural vape oil. This is an expensive cost the owners are willing to take for the consumers of the products.
If you order more than $99 worth of product, CODEN will make your shipping free!
Delta 8 is a naturally occurring tetrahydrocannabinol that exists in both hemp and marijuana plants. It is either created through a natural aging process or can be converted from Delta 9 or CBD using a chemical reaction. Currently, all Delta 8 products must contain less than 0.3% Delta 9.
Delta-9 is the more common tetrahydrocannabinol and is found in most cannabis products that are currently sold in legal states. It is different from Delta 8 because of its chemical structure, but also because users report fewer negative side effects and a more subtle experience when using Delta 8.
Delta-10 differs from the other Delta’s for a few reasons, one being its chemical structure and the other primary reason is due to how frequently it occurs in plants. Delta-10 is found in such trace amounts that it’s not feasible to rely on extraction to acquire Delta-10. This compound is created for products using solely chemical reactions.
CBD is completely non-psychotropic while THC has psychotropic properties. This is what makes Delta 8 more similar to Delta-9 than to CBD. As of now, CBD is the only completely non-psychoactive hemp or marijuana derivative on the market.
Delta 8 is federally legal under the 2018 Farm Bill. This bill allows for the regulated cultivation of hemp plants, which is what Delta 8 products are extracted from. However, these products are still regulated on a state level which means that each state has its own laws. Some states allow for the production and sale of Delta 8, some states only allow for the production, others only allow for the sale, and some don’t allow either production or distribution.
Hemp-Derived means that all of our products and extractions only come from Hemp plants, not Marijuana plants. Hemp plants keep Delta 8 products legal under the 2018 Farm Bill, as well as increase the yield of Delta 8 extraction.
If you are looking for the highest quality Delta 8 products that will offer you a clean, consistent experience, then you are going to want to find CODEN products. Contact our Delta 8 wholesale team today to learn how you can buy Delta 8 products for your business, or keep an eye on our website for e-commerce options. We will have all of our wholesale products available for consumer purchase so you can order our amazing products directly!
The states that have deemed Delta 8 sale and extraction illegal are Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Kentucky, Idaho, Iowa, Mississippi, Montana, New York, North Dakota, Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont. The industry is always changing, as are the laws, so it’s important to keep up-to-date on your state’s current laws regarding Delta 8.
You must be 21 years old in order to purchase Delta-8 products.
Currently, the most popular Delta 8 products are edibles like gummies, disposable vape pens, vape cartridges, D8 infused hemp-flower, concentrates, etc. CODEN has different flavor options for gummies, as well as Sativa, Indica, and hybrid options for our vape carts & disposable vape pens. This helps us to ensure that we can meet the needs of every consumer who is interested in discovering Delta 8 THC for themselves!
Delta 8 is legal under the 2018 Farm Bill which means that all the hemp production behind it is regulated, and all the products on the market require a Certificate of Analysis to prove the potency and quality of a given product. CODEN leads the industry in our extraction processes which makes our products the cleanest and most effective ones available!
Unfortunately, yes. Various studies have shown that Delta-8 users produce false positives on their drug tests. This means that even if you are only consuming Delta 8 or CBD if you are being scanned for cannabinoids, these will appear in your test. So, if you are regularly or randomly drug tested, we recommend against the use of all marijuana and hemp-derived products.
You can ensure the quality of your products by buying through CODEN. Here is our (link to COA) which includes the COA for all of our products. If you are looking into buying Delta 8 products, always look for the certificate of analysis to ensure you are buying clean and tested products.
No, medical marijuana is regulated completely differently than Delta 8. For example, if you hold a medical marijuana card in Colorado, it is still illegal to purchase Delta 8 products. All you need to do is make sure you are of legal age and in a legal state, and you will be able to get your hands on some Delta 8 products! Contact our team today to learn more about how we can get you legally lifted!