June 29, 2021

How to Find the Best Delta-8 THC Products

June 29, 2021
Delta 8

Delta-8 THC and CBD products are now more popular than ever, even the widely-read publisher LA Weekly is calling it a “smooth and legal high”. Whether you choose delta 8 products because you want to get “high” or you prefer CBD because of its medicinal effects, the fact is Delta-8 products work. In fact, hundreds of studies have been performed on both CBD and THC products, and they show that these products can do everything from help you relax to relieve your pain and even reduce the number of seizures some people get. 

How to Take Delta-8 THC

As with many other products, you can take Delta-8 THC in a number of ways. This type of THC is produced by numerous companies, and most of them offer it in several forms, including oil, edible products such as gummies, and even ointments and balms, as well as vaping cartridges. There is a huge variety of products out there, and below are some of the brands that offer Delta-8 THC and the details that you need to know.

1. Area52

Area52 hasn’t been around for very long, but people who keep up with this market already know who they are. Why? Because when it comes to top-quality, few companies can beat Area52. Not only do they use the supercritical CO2 method of extraction – which is the gold standard of extracting CBD oil – but they also test the product at various manufacturing stages, even giving them each a batch-specific certificate of analysis (COA) that contains the potency and analysis of things such as heavy metals and mycotoxins. 

The Area52 Delta-8 THC products come in tinctures, vape cartridges, and gummies, so you have several options to choose from. While the products are more expensive than many other brands of Delta-8 products, most experts consider them to be well worth it simply because of the care they take to make sure their customers get super high-quality products every time.

2. Finest Labs

Available in tinctures, gummies, and vaping cartridges, the Finest Labs Delta-8 THC products are perfect for the first-time user and for people who find some THC products to be too strong for them. They are also very affordable, which is another advantage of using this brand. Even though they have the same formats as Area52 does, the concentrations are a bit lower. However, their gummies are gaining a lot of attention from reputable publishers like Daily CBD.

Everyone has a dosage that works right for them, which is why it is recommended that you start with a low dosage and work your way up to the proper amount. Once you decide why you’re taking the product, for example, pain relief, you’ll be able to gauge how effective it is by starting with a low dosage to make sure you don’t get any negative side effects from it. While side effects are rare, they do happen, and products with THC in them can get you too euphoric if you use dosages that are too strong.

3. 3Chi

The Delta-8 products made by 3Chi include not only tinctures, gummies, and vaping cartridges, but also distillates and flowers and moon rocks. But don’t get confused with the flowers and moon rocks category. With this company, these two products aren’t the real Delta-8 flowers; instead, the company merely sprays CBD buds with a Delta-8 distillate. So in essence, you’re not buying a real Delta-8 THC flower; only buds that are sprayed with Delta-8, so there’s a difference.

Nevertheless, the company – which has been around longer than the other two companies mentioned – makes high-quality products that Delta-8 lovers will appreciate and enjoy. 

What to Look for When Researching Hemp Products?

In addition to these three companies, there are numerous other companies that you can choose when buying your hemp products. So, how do you know you’re buying from the right company? It isn’t that complicated, although you do have to know what you’re looking for before you buy anything. While Delta-8 products are sold by various companies, not all of them are alike. To make sure the company is a legitimate one that makes high-quality products, including Delta-8 products, check for the following:

  • Third-party testing. This is a must because the labs that do third-party testing are independent of the manufacturers and therefore unbiased. Look for a certificate of analysis (COA) because the testing company will not issue one of these certificates if the potency isn’t correct or if the chemicals have not been removed from the product itself.
  • Extraction method. There are many different ways that CBD and THC can be extracted from hemp plants. The best way is to extract it directly from mature marijuana or hemp plant, but this can be a problem for people who live in states where marijuana is still illegal. A more common method is to synthesize Delta-8 THC from CBD. Before you decide which method is right for you, you’ll need to check the marijuana laws in your area so that you don’t have problems getting the product shipped to your home, or worse, get into trouble because of your purchase.
  • Read customer reviews. Customer reviews of different hemp companies can be found all over the Internet, and they are often the best way to make sure you get a high-quality and effective product. Forums and social media groups are a great place to start when looking for these reviews, but keep in mind that even the best company may have a few negative comments from customers. The best thing to do is choose a company whose reviews from real-life customers are mostly positive.


While Delta-8 products are some of the best on the market, they are available from many different manufacturers, and it’s up to you to decide which manufacturer to use. Doing your due diligence is important, and because you can find out so much about both products and the companies that make them by going online, that is always the best place to start. If you can’t find out much about the manufacturer, leave it alone and move onto another one. It’s very likely that the company makes a less-than-pure form of Delta-8 or they’re scammers as well. Doing your research always helps you decide between a legitimate company and one that is being less than honest with you.


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