- 1,000 mg of Delta-8 THC per bottle, 16.7 mg per 0.5 mL serving
- 30 mL bottle with graduated dropper for precise measurements
- Delta 8 derived from hemp
- Made In USA
- Organic & Non-GMO
Koi Blue Razz 1,000mg Delta 8 THC Oil
The Koi 1,000mg Blue Razz Delta 8 THC oil contains a broad-spectrum hemp extract with Delta 8 THC, other cannabinoids (CBD, CBC, CBN, CBDv, CBG, etc), and terpenes that help with effectiveness, and MCT (coconut oil) as a carrier oil.
Delta-8 THC is a different form of THC that is found within the hemp plant. While Delta-9 is what is responsible for the psychoactive properties of the plant family, Delta-8 is chemically different. Delta-8 delivers a powerful, uplifting effect that you can feel. Users report a highly enjoyable experience, and report that Delta-8 delivers its own benefits – like helping users fall asleep and promoting a healthy appetite.
Delta 8 THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol, is a naturally occurring cannabinoid in cannabis (hemp and marijuana) and is commonly abbreviated as Delta 8 THC, Δ8THC, Δ8, D8, D8 THC, and D8THC. It’s an isomer of both cannabidiol (“CBD”) and Delta 9 tetrahydrocannabinol (“D9THC”), sharing a chemical formula of C21H30O2 and a molar mass of 314.464 g/mol.
Koi Blue Razz 1,000mg Delta 8 THC oil was made legal by H.R. 2: The Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018, commonly referred to as the 2018 Farm Bill. It was specifically made legal when hemp allowed for all derivatives, isomers, and cannabinoids of hemp that were not Delta 9 THC.
Up to that point, D8 THC had been illegal and was specifically named in the Controlled Substances Act. However, in addition to making all hemp cannabinoids, isomers, and derivatives legal, H.R. 2 specifically includes text to remove all confusion between laws by amending the Controlled Substances Act to exclude Delta 8 THC from hemp.
Delta 8 THC is federally legal and legal in most states, but it is not legal in all states. D8 THC is legal in most states that have hemp laws mirroring H.R. 2, however not all states do this. Some states specifically exclude D8 THC or have laws that do not specifically make all cannabinoids, isomers, and derivatives of hemp legal, creating a grey area for the compound.