Do not be fooled; this isn’t your typical Delta 8 distillate syringe. Our Delta 8 distillate syringe contains high-grade premium distillate, with as much as 90% of D8 in each. We currently offer our Delta 8 distillate syringes in Indica, Sativa, and hybrid varieties. This translucent oil was made using a strict purification process and is considered the cleanest form available on the market. Find out what all the fuss is about and see which cultivars are available now below!
How should I use the Delta 8 distillate syringe? You can consume our premium distillate orally (by mixing it into a hot beverage) and add it to food-based edibles, vape, or dab. To dispense the oil, simply heat the syringe slightly using warm water, a hairdryer, etc. This formulation can cause intoxication. Most consumers will feel the onset within a few minutes, with the effects lasting only a few hours. It’s recommended to start with a small dose if you are new to D8.
Products made with hemp-derived D8, with a maximum of 0.3% Delta 9 THC, are legal in the US. DO NOT operate any machinery or a vehicle while intoxicated. Please consume these products responsibly.
How Do I Use Delta 8 distillate syringe?
Probably the easiest way to use our Delta-8 THC distillate is to simply ingest it. While this may be the simplest method of consumption, it is not as easy as it might seem. Unlike tinctures, which can be simply placed under the tongue and then swallowed, distillates are far too thick for that. If you were to place some distillate under your tongue, you would quickly find that your mouth was covered with a thick, very sticky resin that doesn’t dissolve easily! So just putting it into your mouth is not recommended. Instead, simply measure out your perfect dose onto a cracker, a piece of bread, or put it onto essentially any food item and eat the food. Mixing the distillate with food will prevent it from sticking all over your mouth and make it far easier to ingest. You could also dissolve the thick oil into your morning cup of coffee or other hot liquid. We would not recommend putting it into a cold beverage because the oil will not dissolve well.
Baking or Cooking
You can also put the oil into food that you are baking or cooking. In fact, many manufacturers use distillates when creating their line of infused edibles like gummy bears. You can do the same at home, but be sure to introduce the cannabinoids slowly and in low doses. The general rule of thumb is to begin with less than 5 milligrams Delta 8 THC per serving. After making your first batch, you can adjust the potency according to your personal preferences and taste.
Vaping and Dabbing
Vaping is another way of consuming distillates. The oil can be placed into a vape cartridge, which is then screwed into a vape battery. The cartridge and battery are often referred to as a vape pen because it is about the size of a pen that can easily fit into your pocket. The battery heats up the cartridge, which heats the oil, thereby allowing it to be vaporized and inhaled by the user. Vaping this way produces an almost odorless vapor – unless the oil has had flavoring added to it. The benefit of vaping over the ingestion methods mentioned above is that you get an almost instantaneous effect from your product.
Dabbing can also be used. Dabbing is similar to vaping, but instead of using a vape pen, you would heat up the distillate in a glass “nail,” which is an attachment for a bong or pipe. The oil is placed in the glass nail, heated with a small torch or lighter, and inhaled through the pipe.
Whichever method of ingestion you use, our premium distillates are one of the purest forms of Delta-8 THC you can get.