Delta 8 THC oil syringe is now available at Ghost Vapors! Our distillate syringe is one of the finest, federally legal, hemp-derived products on the market. Shop Delta 8 Syringe.
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The 2018 Farm Bill legalized isomers of Delta 9 such as Delta 8, making this product 100% legal. Our THC distillate syringe can easily satisfy any THC user. Lab Testing at 94% Delta 8 THC this syringe will not disappoint even the most avid consumers!
How to Use a Delta 8 Syringe
Enjoy pure Delta 8 THC in the form of our Distillate Syringe. A THC oil syringe has many uses, that can satisfy smokers, and edible consumers. For Use:
- Heat Syringe (suggested to let syringe heat in hot water (Under 170 Degrees Fahrenheit) for 1-5 minutes)
- Dry Off the syringe and check to see the distillate is moving freely
- Uncap the Syringe and enjoy!
We recommend wearing gloves and working in a clean, and spacious area. It is also a good idea to have a high-quality disinfectant you can handle safely, for example: such as isopropyl alcohol.
NOTE: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
This Delta 8 Syringe has several uses, as do many cannabis products. Cannabis distillate or cannabis oil has been shown to have many uses, from edibles to vape cartridges. Vape pens can also be filled with this syringe, giving it a diverse number of uses to choose from.
The cannabis plant is a complex one, that is full of trichomes, and oils, that are used to make distillate! The distillate is a highly viscous liquid, that turns to nearly solid without the proper temperature, and can be a process to separate and work with. Luckily, we have provided a guide below for your viewing pleasure, and to learn how to work with distillate!
Side Effects one may Experience While Using Delta 8
Some of the side effects that have been noted while using Delta 8 THC Oil Syringes may include but are not limited to: Dry Mouth, Red Eyes, Increased Appetite (Munchies), and Short-Term Memory impairment.
The effects of Delta 8, negative and positive, tend to be shorter-lasting than Delta 9, particularly in those with a tolerance to THC. So any negative effects that can be experienced should subside rather quickly. Read about Delta 8 Concentrates and their effects.
Still, want to learn more about Delta 8? Check out this article from Leafly.