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DoggLBS Delta-9 Gummies
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Looking for a fun and legal way to experience the benefits of hemp-derived Delta 9 THC?
Look no further than Snoop Dogg’s new DoggLBS line of Delta 9 gummies, produced by Green Star Labs in San Diego under NSF and cGMP certification. These fruit chews come in three distinct flavors: Cherry Lemon, Blue Raspberry, and Grape, and each is infused with high-quality, hemp-derived Delta 9 THC.
Delta 9 is known for its potential to promote relaxation, reduce anxiety, and enhance creativity. With these fruit chews, you can enjoy the benefits of Delta 8 in a delicious and convenient form. These fruit chews are perfect for those who want to explore the potential benefits of Delta 9 without smoking or vaping. Try Snoop Dogg’s Delta 9 Fruit Chews today and discover the benefits of this exciting cannabinoid.
View COAs: Blue Raspberry, Cherry Lemon, Grape
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Yo, yo, yo, it’s the D-O-double-G, and I’m here to tell you about my new DoggLBS hemp-derived Delta 9 gummies! Produced by Green Star Labs in San Diego under NSF and cGMP certification, these chews are the perfect way to experience the benefits of a Delta 9 high in a tasty and legal way. Each chew is infused with high-quality hemp derived Delta 9 THC, so you know you’re getting that good stuff.
If you’re looking for a fun and chill way to reduce your worries, relax, and enhance your creativity, my Delta 9 ten-pack Fruit Chews are the way to go. They come in three bangin’ flavors – Cherry Lemon, Blue Raspberry, and Grape – so you can find the one that fits your vibe. So, what are you waiting for? Grab a 10 pack today and experience the magic of Delta 9 with my Fruit Chews, homies!>
What is hemp-derived Delta 9?
Now, you might be thinking, “Snoop, what’s the deal with Delta 9? Is it just another way to get high?” Well, let me tell you, Delta 9 is a bit different from your standard THC high, and it’s got some pretty interesting effects on the body.
First things first, let’s talk about what Delta 9 actually is. It’s a cannabinoid that’s found in cannabis plants, just like THC and CBD. However, it’s only present in small amounts, so it’s not as well-known as some of the other cannabinoids.
Hemp-derived Delta 9 is basically the same as cannabis THC in many ways, but there are some key differences. For starters, it’s less psychoactive than cannabis THC, which means it doesn’t have quite the same intense high that cannabis THC is known for. However, it still has some psychoactive effects, so you can definitely feel it when you consume it.
One of the biggest differences between Delta 9 and THC is how they affect the body. THC binds primarily to CB1 receptors in the brain, which is why it can cause feelings of euphoria, relaxation, and altered perception. Delta 9, on the other hand, has a much weaker affinity for CB1 receptors, so its effects on the brain are more subtle.
Instead, Delta 9 primarily binds to CB2 receptors, which are found throughout the body and play a role in regulating inflammation, pain, and other immune system responses. This means that Delta 9 can have some pretty interesting effects on the body beyond just getting you high.
Some people use Delta 9 for pain relief, as it can help to reduce inflammation and ease discomfort. It’s also been shown to have anti-nausea and anti-anxiety properties, making it a potential treatment option for people dealing with those conditions.
But that’s not all – Delta 9 may also have some neuroprotective effects, meaning it could help to protect the brain from damage and degeneration. There’s still a lot we don’t know about Delta 9 and how it affects the body, but the early research is promising. Now, I know what you’re thinking: “Snoop, this all sounds great, but is Delta 8 safe?” And the answer is, it depends. While Delta 9 itself is generally considered safe, there are some potential risks associated with its use.
For example, some people may experience side effects like dry mouth, red eyes, or dizziness when using Delta 9. And just like with THC, if you consume too much Delta 9, you may experience feelings of paranoia, anxiety, or other unpleasant symptoms.
It’s also worth noting that Delta 9 is still considered a Schedule I drug by the federal government, which means it’s technically illegal on a federal level. However, some states have legalized Delta 9, and it’s widely available online, in smoke shops, and in some cannabis dispensaries.
Overall, Delta 9 is a pretty fascinating cannabinoid with some unique effects on the body. While it may not be quite as well-known as THC or CBD, it’s definitely worth exploring if you’re interested in the world of cannabis. Just remember to start low and go slow, and talk to your doctor if you have any concerns about using Delta 9 or any other cannabis products. Stay lifted, my friends.
21+ ADULT USE ONLY. USE RESPONSIBLY. DO NOT DRIVE OR OPERATE ANY MACHINERY WHILE USING THIS PRODUCT.
- Consult a physician before using this product. Do not use more than the amount recommended by your doctor.
- Do not use if pregnant, nursing, taking any prescribed medications.
- Must be 21 years or older to purchase or use.
- Keep out of reach of children.
This product has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration for safety or efficacy. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Delta-9 THC Shipping Restrictions
Effective August 1, 2023 products containing a psychoactive amount of hemp-derived Delta-9 Tetrahydrocannabinol may not be shipped to Arkansas due to new Arkansas state regulations.
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