Is Delta 8 THC Safe? What You Need To Know Before Trying D8

Is Delta 8 THC Safe

Quality delta 8 THC is extracted from the hemp plant, purified, and verified safe from an extensive independent lab testing panel.

Consuming delta 8 THC extracted from hemp is typically safer than D8 produced with synthetics or chemicals. Low quality delta 8 THC manufacturers may cut corners by not completely purifying the oil and they may skip the final safety checks verifying the final oil is safe & free of impurities.

Let’s dive in below to see if we can understand some of the more specific aspects that make delta 8 THC products from The Tiny Dancer a clean and pure option.

What Exactly Is Delta 8 THC?

Published in extensive detail in a previous blog article, delta 8 THC, in short, is a type of THC molecule arranged slightly differently and produces distinct effects.

The more common type of THC is delta 9 -- not 8 -- and is quickly becoming the go to cannabinoid by new and experienced users.

Delta 8 THC grows in very small amounts in the cannabis/hemp plant, making it one of the more rare cannabinoids.

As technology advances, science is figuring out how to breed cannabis strains to yield more of the desirable delta 8 THC molecules within the actual plant and natural grow cycle. 

Even though new methods are in development to increase the naturally occurring delta 8 THC in hemp, other low quality labs are making delta 8 with chemical processes.

Before investing in delta 8 THC, it’s worth taking a few moments to make sure you’re purchasing delta 8 THC that’s naturally occurring and extracted from hemp.

Learn more: Is Delta-8 THC Synthetic?

Delta 8 THC that’s consumed from naturally occurring sources, can be much safer than synthetic lab made chemical cannabinoids.

How Safe Is Delta 8 THC?

All new products entering the market and gaining popularity tend to raise the eyebrows of regulators whose job is public safety.

Manufacturers don’t necessarily need mountains of legitimate scientific research and evidence for new products to legally enter the market.

Where regulators tend to come in to determine if a product is safe is only if the new product starts causing problems.

Like we saw with the recent vape gate crisis, cannabis vape carts were only under intense scrutiny when it started causing death via consumption.

Once the problem occurs, regulators and investigators were called in to determine what was the primary culprit of the vape gate crisis.

What they found was the cannabinoids weren’t causing problems, instead, it was the synthetic vitamin E acetate that was causing safety issues.

Now, with delta 8 THC rapidly trending across the cannabis industry, only time will tell whether or not delta 8 THC distillate is safe for the long term inhalation.

Published in the peer reviewed medical journal Neurotherapeutics, is extensive detail about the safety of the general THC molecule and other cannabinoids, but not specifically delta 8 THC.

The problems this journal highlights may be valid for the delta 9 THC variation, however, since delta 8 THC is considered a less potent form of THC, delta 8 THC may cause fewer issues than delta 9 THC.

For now, the question of how safe is delta 8 THC really is lacking verifiable scientific double blind studies.

However, if we look at the history of the safety profile of cannabis in its natural form, we find whole plant cannabis is one of the safest consumable substances.

Is Delta 8 Distillate Safe?

Next to purified isolate, delta 8 THC distillate is one of the purest forms of delta 8 THC.

While there are only a handful of methods to extract delta 8 THC from hemp, each type of extraction has its benefits and potential disadvantages.

What’s important about consuming delta 8 THC distillate is what the final lab testing results identify.

A quality lab will test for the potency and variety of cannabinoids plus the lab will verify there are no other toxicities or impurities spoiling the delta 8 THC distillate.

Other potential toxins and impurities a lab will test for are pesticides, herbicides, residual solvent from extraction, molds, fungus, terpenes, and potentially more.

The more in depth the test, the more expensive it is for the delta 8 THC distillate producer.

If you find your delta 8 THC producer doesn’t offer lab results testing for all the critical safety points, then your distillate may not be safe to consume.

Learn more: Does Delta-8-THC Show Up On Drug Tests?

The Tiny Dancer offers quality delta 8 THC disposable vape distillate oil that doesn't contain any unsafe added ingredients and is verified clean and pure by an independent lab.

Different statins of delta 8 THC products The Tiny Dancer produces offers unique terpenes to enhance the overall effects.

When looking at other ingredients, make sure your delta 8 THC products you’re about to inhale don’t have any potentially dangerous ingredients.

Is Delta 8 THC Safe To Vape?

Without a doubt, vaping delta 8 THC is quickly becoming the top-selling hemp item on the market.

This rapid rise in popularity of delta 8 THC will attract lower quality manufacturers and some vape products might not pass standard safety audits.

In order for delta 8 THC to actually be safe enough to vape, the oil must be pure, clean, and free of any harmful toxic residuals.

View The Tiny Dancer lab reports here.

After verifying the cleanliness of your delta 8 THC oil, the longest lasting good advice is to consume in moderation, while starting at the lowest possible effective dose.

By consuming delta 8 THC at the lowest dose that gets you the results you want, not only do you save money, you also get to enjoy the peak experience of focus, clarity, and energy.

Consuming low to moderate amounts of delta 8 THC will trigger a mild psychoactive experience that can be powerful for new users.

Learn more: Does Delta 8 THC Make You Tired?

To safely enjoy the experience of delta 8 THC, take plenty of time to get used to the gentle and moderate psychoactive experience that can last up to several hours.

Overall, everyone has a different body type that can react differently to delta 8 THC.

Learn more: Does Delta 8 THC Make You Hungry?

Before adding delta 8 THC to your routine, it’s best to have a quick consultation with your primary healthcare physician.

Some medications can interact with cannabinoids like delta 8 THC and it may not be recommended you mix certain molecules.

Bottom line: a quality delta 8 THC vape oil extracted from hemp with a lab test report verifying it’s safe, there’s no reason why it wouldn’t be safe to consume moderately for recreational means.

How Safe Are The Tiny Dancer’s Delta 8 THC Vape Disposables?

Our delta 8 THC products are extracted from hemp grown on American soil utilizing the highest quality farming and production processes.

Throughout the entire production pipeline, The Tiny Dancer disposable vape delta 8 THC products are tested for quality assurance.

Once we’ve finalized our oil through hydrocarbon extraction, we have an independent third party lab perform extensive safety and quality testing.

After we receive the thorough lab results for every batch of delta 8 THC we produce, we publish them online for you to easily access.

We take safety verification very seriously and are committed to providing accurate updated results.

If you have any questions about our delta 8 THC vape disposable products, feel free to contact us anytime.
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