It is time you baked your delicious edibles with the Delta 8 Pharma Grade Delta 8 Brownie Mix. This 420 Mix Brown Mix includes chocolate chips, cocoa, and delta 8 THC for an ultra-rich chewy treat.
To formulate this mix, Delta 8 Pharma Grade teamed up with high-skilled bakers to get the proportions just right. The brownie mix comes in a 1600mg jar, which gives you control over how potent you want your edibles to be. However, the manufacturer recommends taking 100mg per serving.
This Delta 8 Brownie Mix is third-party tested and is free of heavy metals, solvents, and additives.
- Third-party lab tested
- 1600mg Delta 8
- High-quality Delta 8 extract
- Gives you the power to make potent brownies
- Effects last longer
How to Consume Delta 8 Pharma Grade Delta 8 Brownie Mix
Once you’ve baked your dark, moist, and ultra-rich brownie, break it into equal squares. Doing so will prevent you from overconsuming Delta 8 since the brownie mix is not premeasured.
Eat one diced brownie at a time and wait for at least three hours before ingesting another. Delta 8 edibles take longer to be absorbed as well as leave the bloodstream. A three-hour period will help you gauge whether you need another cookie or not.
Is CBD Legal in the US?
CBD legality remains a gray area in the US. CBD is a chemical compound present in cannabis sativa plants like marijuana and hemp. Marijuana has high levels of THC, while hemp has high levels of CBD.
THC is another chemical compound present in cannabis sativa plants, but it gets users high. CBD, on the other hand, does not have psychoactive effects.
For this reason, the 2018 Farm Bill differentiated hemp from marijuana by defining industrial hemp as plants with less than 0.3% THC on a dry weight basis. If a plant has THC levels of 0.4% and higher, it is considered marijuana.
Moreover, marijuana is still considered a Schedule 1 drug, but hemp is not. So, in terms of CBD legality, the federal laws consider hemp-derived CBD legal but not marijuana-derived CBD.
Even though the 2018 Farm Bill legalized hemp-derived CBD, the responsibility to choose whether to legalize hemp and its products is up to the states. Each state has its Controlled Substances Act, a reason why CBD legality differs between states.
Some states have wholly legalized hemp and hemp products. These states are also called 'green states' since the products are more regulated and of high quality. Examples include Arizona, Michigan, Vermont, Montana, Illinois, Colorado, California, and Alaska.
There are other states whose laws conflict with the nationwide laws. Even though CBD is legal in these states, there are caveats. Take Minnesota, for example. To purchase CBD, you need a doctor’s prescription and a licensed medical card. In Massachusetts, CBD edibles, CBD supplements, and CBD smokables are illegal.
Then there are red zones that consider CBD wholly illegal. Currently, Idaho and Iowa are among the states where CBD products with more than 0% THC are considered illegal.
We recommend that you learn your state's and municipality's CBD laws as they keep changing.
Why Choose CBD Genesis?
At CBD Genesis, we are all about providing legal, potent, safe, and high-quality CBD products. We manufacture our products with the cleanest terpenes and cannabinoids, and they are all tested by third-party labs.
Trust us to deliver all your CBD favorites.