Our wholesale Delta 8 THC syringe has the concentration of D-8 THC that you are looking for in a convenient syringe form. We carry various flavors to delight any pallet, and all are found in a one-milliliter glass syringe filled with over 95% D8 THC. We also enhance your experience by including supporting cannabinoids like CBD, CBG, and CBN in the remaining 5% of the product.
You can buy your bulk D-8 THC syringes from The Hemp Doctor, America’s Premier Hemp & CBD Distributor, and use it to top off a bowl of flower, put a little on some food, include in your favorite recipe, vape, or just dab it. No matter how you enjoy this D8 THC distillate, you can count on superior quality, consistent product that is 100% federally legal in the United States.
What Is in the Delta-8 Hemp-Derived THC 1ml Glass Syringe?
What you will find in our Delta-8 THC 1ml Glass Syringe is a hemp-derived distillate. If you are unfamiliar with the term as it applies to a hemp-based product, a distillate is a high concentration of a specific element of the hemp extract.
First, our hemp is grown in the United States under strict farming standards that protect the end user from inferior hemp, including pesticides and other toxins. From there, the hemp is harvested, and the oils from the hemp are extracted using scientifically-advanced technology such as Supercritical CO2 extraction. This expensive method protects the hemp oil’s integrity because it doesn’t utilize chemicals or hazardous materials in the extraction process. From there, the hemp extract goes through a strict purification process that strips away all other elements except the Delta 8 THC, along with traces of other beneficial cannabinoids like CBD, CBG, and CBN. This stipped-down compound is the Delta 8 THC distillate that you will find in our syringes, containing 95% pure Delta 8 THC. This distillate is sticky to the touch and must be warmed to a more manageable liquid before use.
What Is the Legal Status of Delta 8 THC?
For many years, the federal government has classified all products derived from the cannabis variety of plants, including the plant itself, as a Schedule 1 drug. This puts these plants and any resulting products in the same category as heroin, LDS, and peyote. Because of this scheduling by the federal government, these products have been illegal for years. This is because the molecule Delta 9 tetrahydrocannabinol (otherwise commonly known as THC) contained intoxicating properties and was considered to have no medical basis and thought to be addictive.
In recent years, however, public opinion has encouraged individual states to turn a more practical eye to the use of marijuana and hemp because of the overwhelming anecdotal evidence about the many health benefits that these strains of the cannabis plant contain. California became the first state to legalize the medical use of marijuana in 1996. Over the subsequent decades, most states in the US have now changed their laws to allow for the medical and sometimes recreational use of marijuana. So any form of THC, whether it is Delta-9 or Delta-8 THC, is partially legal in those states.
When looking at the legality of Delta 9 THC on a federally level, you get a somewhat different picture. While the United States government still considers marijuana to be a Schedule 1 substance and, therefore, federally illegal, they have moved toward following the states’ lead and legalizing the cannabis plant and its products. One indication of this is The Farm Bill of 2018. This bill finally legalized hemp and hemp-based products as long as they do not contain more than .3% THC. Understand that the language of the bill defines THC specifically as the Delta-9 THC molecule. This molecule appears in abundance in the marijuana variety of the cannabis plant and much smaller quantities in the hemp plant. Because of the bill’s specification, while more than .3% Delta 9 THC by weight is still federally illegal, Delta 8 THC is classified in the same category as CBD. Therefore, Delta 8 THC is considered completely legal on a federal level across the United States.
Since Delta 8 THC Is Federally Legal, Is It OK if It Shows Up on a Drug Test?
First, let us establish that common employer drug tests do a test for the presence of THC. However, these tests do not distinguish between Delta 9 THC and Delta 8 THC so that any THC molecule will produce a positive result on a drug test. Because of THC’s known intoxicating effect, most employees will suffer negative consequences from their employer if that employee tests positive for THC. So even though Delta 8 THC is federally legal, this doesn’t mean that your employer will allow you to utilize it while under their employ. You may want to look toward other beneficial cannabinoids like CBD, which is not tested for most employer drug tests.
Get Your Wholesale Delta 8 THC Syringe from The Hemp Doctor!
If you are in the market to purchase bulk D8 THC syringes, we’ve got you covered. Not only do we use the only hemp grown in the United States and state-of-the-art technology to produce the Delta 8 THC distillate that goes into each of our syringes, but we also take it one step farther. To protect the end-user and offer them full transparency, we have all of our syringes, as with our other products, tested by a third-party laboratory. We then post those test results right on our website. This enables our customers to compare the test results to our label to ensure that they contain the ingredients and strength they are seeking. This transparency also assures our clients that there are no unwanted toxins or other chemicals within the product.
If you’re looking to purchase bulk D8 THC syringes at wholesale prices, look no further than The Hemp Doctor. Give us a call at 704-360-4843 or use our convenient contact form to get started. We look forward to filling your wholesale D-8 THC syringe order today!