Crazy8s Delta-8 THC Peanut Brittle
Crazy8s delta-8 THC peanut brittle combines the classic crunch and nutty flavor of peanut brittle with the powerful effects of delta-8 THC.
Each package contains 150 mg of premium delta-8 THC distillate packed into our delicious traditional-style peanut brittle.
This is a great pick for anyone that enjoys the benefits of delta-8 THC while also snacking on a sweet, crunchy, treat.
Best Delta-8 THC Edibles
Unlike other delta-8 THC edibles, Crazy8s has spent time to ensure our edibles maintain consistency and quality throughout the entire manufacturing process.
Crazy8s delta-8 THC 150 mg peanut brittle is packed with THC, but it doesn’t have a strong, earthy hemp flavor.
That’s because we’ve spent countless hours perfecting the perfect ratio of peanut butter crunch to delta-8 THC distillate in order to bring you the best delta-8 THC edible possible.
What is Delta-8 THC Peanut Brittle?
Peanut brittle is a type of confection, consisting of flat broken pieces of hard sugar candy embedded with peanuts.
Peanut brittle is made from sugar that is melted into water until it hardens enough to the point that it is hard and cracks.
We’ve gone the extra step and added 150 mg of premium delta-8 THC for your enjoyment.
Some say peanut brittle first appeared around the turn of the 19th century, but it’s unclear of its origins as many cultures around the world have crafted different types of brittle throughout the centuries.
How To Take Delta-8 THC Peanut Brittle?
If you are new to taking delta-8 THC edibles or concentrates, begin with a small dose of peanut brittle, about less than 20 mg. Wait at least half an hour before eating more peanut brittle to see how delta-8 THC affects you.
Enjoy Crazy8s delta-8 THC peanut brittle for a pick me up or relief any time day or night. These tasty snacks go great with coffee, tea, or after meals for dessert.
What is Delta-8 THC & How is Delta-8 THC Made?
Delta-8 THC is a naturally occurring phytocannabinoid that is found primarily in hemp and cannabis. There are several types of THC, and delta-8 THC being just one among others such as delta-9 or delta-10, is considered a THC analog.
Although naturally occurring, delta-8 is only available naturally in trace amounts. Famed hemp researcher, Raphael Mechoulam, patented a process known as isomerization that overcomes this hurdle of delta-8 THC supply limitations.
This allows hemp processors to convert other phytocannabinoids, such as CBD, into delta-8 THC.
What is the Difference Between Delta-8 and Delta-9 THC?
The primary difference between delta-8 THC and delta-9 THC is that delta-8 THC is thought to be less than half as potent as delta-9 THC from cannabis.
Furthermore, while delta-9 THC from cannabis is expressed in high concentrations of up to +25%, delta-8 THC is only naturally expressed at peak maturity in trace amounts.
The number attached to the delta prefix indicates within the compound’s molecular structure where there is a special pair of bonded carbon atoms.
It’s thought that the location of this double-bonded pair of atoms alters the potency of each THC analog.
Benefits of Delta-8 THC Peanut Brittle
Delta-8 THC peanut brittle helps to support the natural functioning of the endocannabinoid system. It can help to provide relaxation, improve sleep, and instill a naturally calming sensation.
Delta-8 THC peanut brittle is easy to enjoy because it’s sweet, tasty, and crunchy, and has a great peanut flavor. Compared with other forms of taking delta-8 THC such as smoking or taking oils, this infused peanut brittle is much easier.
If you don’t enjoy the texture or flavor of infused gummies, then delta-8 THC peanut brittle is a great pick!
Delta-8 THC Peanut Brittle VS. Delta-8 THC Hemp Flower
Hemp flower has a fast-acting effect and gives that classic hemp taste and smoking experience. There’s sticky flower and rolling joints, but it can be quite a mess and quite a hassle.
Enjoying delta-8 THC edibles from Crazy8s is a great alternative to smoking hemp flower. It gives you all of the wonderful benefits of THC without the hassle of smoking.
Another advantage to edibles over smoking is that there is no intrusive or obvious aroma or smell from peanut brittle, which means you can enjoy your delta-8 incognito, wherever you are.
FAQS about Delta-8 THC Peanut Brittle
This section is designed to answer the most frequently asked questions about Delta-8 THC.
Is Delta-8 THC illegal?
No, and yes. The answer depends on where you are. At the federal level, no, delta-8 THC is not illegal. In most US states, no, delta-8 THC is not illegal.
However, in some states delta-8 THC is restricted or banned. Be aware of your local and state laws and act in accordance.
Is Delta-8 THC psychoactive?
Delta-8 THC is considered to be mildly psychoactive. It acts upon CB1 receptors in the brain, the same molecular pathways involved with processing delta-9 THC from cannabis.
Yes, delta-8 THC is psychoactive, but it’s thought to be less than half as potent as delta-9 THC from cannabis. Each person has a unique response to cannabinoids.
Is Delta-8 THC safe?
There aren’t any known harmful side effects associated directly with taking delta-8 THC. Alone, it won’t lead to lethal overdose and is considered non-toxic.
Delta-8 THC is tolerated well by most adults, but in rare cases some people may experience changes to mood, dizziness, low blood pressure, or fatigue.
Can I order Delta-8 THC Gummies online?
Yes! There are no restrictions on who can order and buy Delta-8 THC online.
However, always check your local state, county, and city policies that may restrict or ban Delta-8 THC. It is your responsibility to know your local laws.
How many milligrams of delta-8 THC are Crazy8s Peanut Brittle?
There are 150 mg of premium delta-8 THC distillate in Crazy8s Peanut Brittle.
Third-Party Lab Results of Delta-8 THC Gummies
All of Crazy8’s premium Delta-8 THC peanut brittle, as well as all of our hemp products are fully traceable to the source and made in the United States from non-GMO hemp.
We provide up-to-date third-party lab analysis for all of our products to guarantee potency, purity, and transparency.