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    Delta-8 tetrahydrocannabinol is a cannabinoid from the Cannabis Sativa plant. It has psychoactive properties, which makes it a popular choice among recreational cannabis users who want to experience the milder effects of marijuana.

    Although Delta-8 is present in nature, the form manufacturers use is lab-based. It’s created in a controlled environment using hemp or other plants from the family. 

    While its creation involves using certain production standards, the private labs and their products aren’t FDA-tested or approved. However, most products on the market from credible brands are safe to consume. 

    Delta-8 is extracted and added to edibles to give them psychoactive properties upon ingestion. It is a source of euphoria, relaxation, and pain relief for users, depending on their chosen dosage. 

    This specific cannabinoid is known for triggering less anxiety, paranoia, and side effects than its stronger counterparts. But you can still experience a stronger high if you increase the dosage of your Delta-8 products.

    Users often comment that Delta-8 allows them to be relatively high-functioning during its effects. That is one of its biggest benefits. However, it can be perceived dangerously. Overconsumption of Delta-8 products is easy, so taking high doses in one sitting is highly discouraged.

    Delta-8 gummies are an easy and tasty way to take your drug dose. They appear as candy and save you from the negative side effects of having to smoke cannabis for your highs. They’re also a form of edibles that can easily be administered in low dosages.

    These gummies are produced in different colors, flavors, shapes, and potencies. There’s a wide variety of chewy candies available for you, but you shouldn’t get carried away by the colorful candy or its trendy packaging. 

    They are psychoactive, so you must be cautious and only purchase them from trusted brands. Generally, these candies contain 10 – 50 milligrams of the Delta-8 extract. 

    They are also created with a combination of other psychoactives within the same product, which can substantially increase the dosage. 

    So, as a beginner, you should go for a Delta-8 gummy with the singular cannabinoid and the lowest possible dosage. Once you’re a bit more experienced, you can begin experimenting with other forms of the product.


    While Delta-8 and other cannabinoids are safe, some precautions are still necessary. First and foremost, you need to use minimal dosage in your initial turns. 

    Those who are new to these gummies may feel uneasy or confused in the beginning. Slowly, you can build your tolerance and feel more comfortable during the effects. 

    In case of overconsumption or unexpected reactions, you can expect to feel anxious, dizzy, hallucinate, or even lose consciousness. 

    In such circumstances, it would be best to consult a doctor and avoid using any such products until it’s deemed safe by a professional.

    The benefit of Delta-8 is its mild nature helps keep side effects at bay. You should be informed of its possible side effects, but don’t have to worry about them.

    We take great pride in the production and quality of our products! 

    Each line is created using natural hemp extract and is free from toxic compounds, artificial colors, and GMOs (Genetically Modified Organisms). The use of organic ingredients is a top priority for us. 

    Additionally, we’re committed to bringing you products that everyone can enjoy. So, we’ve created our gummies with a vegan and gluten-free recipe. You can choose from our wide range of flavors, with innovative mixes and some staple crowd favorites. 

    Dedicated to bringing you nothing but the best, all our products are third-party lab-tested to prove our high standards and reliable SOPs. We believe in transparency, so you can easily find all related lab reports on our website. 

    Customer feedback is our biggest motivation, so we value your honest reviews and try our hardest to improve based on your expectations.


    A common confusion among new users is “How much Delta-8 is too much?”. 

    Normally, there’s a straightforward answer for other non-psychoactive edible products. But with any derivative of cannabis, the answer is a bit more comprehensive. 

    You must know your candy’s strength (total mg) and the specific strength delta-8 per mg. Gummies are prepared with pre-measured doses, so you can easily find this information on the packaging. 

    With that answer, you can decide how many gummy pieces you must eat to meet the dosage. Here’s a general idea for dosage according to the tolerance of the consumer:

    • Low tolerance: 5 – 15 mg per serving
    • Medium tolerance: 15 – 45 mg per serving
    • High tolerance: 45 – 150+ mg per serving

    Other considerations when deciding your dosage are body mass, experience, and desired results. 

    Firstly, someone with a higher body mass can tolerate a higher dosage of Delta-8 and vice versa.

    Secondly, if you’ve interacted with Delta-8 through another product form, you’ll probably have a level of tolerance for it. 

    Lastly, a higher dosage will give you stronger psychoactive effects so you can judge your intake based on what you’d like to experience. 

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    frequently asked questions.

    Delta 8 is short for delta-8-tetrahydrocannabinol, a minor cannabinoid found in cannabis plants. It is chemically similar to Delta 9 THC, the main psychoactive compound in cannabis, but with some structural differences. Delta 8 is known for its mild psychoactive effects.

    Delta-8 THC is considered legal at the federal level in the US. This is due to the passing of the 2018 Farm Bill, which legalized hemp and its derivatives, including delta-8. As long as delta-8 THC products contain less than 0.3% delta-9 THC, they are federally legal.

    Consumers have commonly reported that it may help improve your mood & promote relaxation, healthy sleep habits, and aid in pain management.

    Yes, Delta 8 can produce psychoactive effects , although the experience is generally reported to be milder compared to Delta 9 THC.

    If you’re new to Delta 8 gummies, it’s best to begin with half or a whole gummy. This amount will help you get used to how Delta 8 affects you. Once you’re comfortable with the effects, you can adjust the number of gummies you consume, either increasing or decreasing as needed.

    In general, our gummies usually take about 30 minutes to an hour to start working, and the effects can typically continue for 3 to 5 hours.

    Absolutely, Candy Cloud’s Delta 8 Gummies are designed for adults aged 21 and older to use safely. Our team of experts who create and test our products ensures that you can trust in their quality. We carefully manage the entire production of our Delta 8 Gummies to guarantee that every batch meets the highest safety, strength, and consistency standards.

    The federal Farm Bill in 2018 made Hemp and Hemp products legal. So, if a Delta 8 product comes from Hemp and has no more than 0.3% THC by dry weight, it’s legal in the United States. But remember, some states have banned Delta 8, so check if it’s allowed in your state.

    Delta 8 and Delta 9 Gummies are edible products that you eat and digest to experience mind-altering effects. Most people feel calm and relaxed after consuming these edibles. Delta 9 Gummies are usually stronger and more similar to actual cannabis.  On the other hand, Delta 8 is generally milder, and some users even report feeling more energetic and focused after taking Delta 8 Gummies.

    Both of these gummies are made from Hemp-derived THC and are considered legal at the federal level as long as they contain 0.3% THC or less by dry weight. Delta 9 Gummies are legal in all 50 states, but it’s important to note that Delta 8 Gummies are prohibited in several states.

    Candy Cloud’s Delta 8 Gummies can make you feel calmer and reduce stress. They have intoxicating effects similar to Delta 9 and Marijuana, but for most folks, Delta 8’s effects are gentler. When you follow the recommended dosage, side effects are uncommon.

    The only real way to become sober from THC Gummies is to wait it out. But while you’re waiting, here are some things you can do to help you feel better and more relaxed:

    • Drink water
    • Take deep breaths
    • Rest or take a nap
    • Snack on something crunchy or sweet
    • Get active – go for a walk, hike, run, or do yoga
    • Spend time outdoors
    • Meditate
    • Take a shower
    • Consider using CBD

    Next time you use Delta 8, consider starting with a smaller dose. Many people find that half or even a quarter of a gummy is preferable to a whole one. And remember, don’t take more Delta 8 Gummies before giving them at least two hours to fully take effect.

    Not all Delta 8 Gummies are suitable for microdosing because they might not be properly manufactured or could just be regular edibles with THC sprayed on them. However, Candy Cloud Delta 8 Gummies are infused with Delta 8 and can be evenly divided in order to micro dose. Simply take a gummy and carefully cut it into equal pieces with a sharp knife to make sure you get consistent doses.

    Since the rules about Delta 8 can change fast, it’s important to stay updated on its legality by checking with local authorities for the most current information.

    Currently, Delta 8 is illegal in the following states: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Mississippi, Montana, New York, North Dakota, Rhode Island and Washington.

    Currently, Delta 8 is legal in the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut*, Illinois, Indiana, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Kentucky*, Louisiana*, Maine, Maryland*, Massachusetts, Michigan*, Minnesota*, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada*, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North, Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon*, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota*, Tennessee, Texas, Utah*, Vermont*, Virginia*, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.

    * legal, but regulated

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