Delta 8 Distillate: What is it?

what is delta 8 distillate

Today we will be talking about delta 8 distillate and some of the common questions around the product.

What is a Distillate?

A distillate is a thick, translucent oil devoid of impurities and other undesirable compounds from the cannabis plant. It is sought after due to its potency and versatility. Distillates can be used to vaporize, dab, and mix into edibles, topicals, and other products.

Distillates and isolates are commonly referred to as cannabis extracts, and both are the base ingredient of most edibles and vapes. Because they typically lack flavor, taste, or smell, distillates can be used on their own or infused in other products. The most common form is THC oil and CBD oil.

Delta 8 distillate is made from Delta 8 THC. 3Chi’s delta 8 distillate is 100% hemp-derived and federally legal. It comes with a blunt-tip needle and in a medical-grade syringe for easy dispensing.

Delta 8 Distillate is Highly Viscous

Delta 8 distillate is a highly viscous, clear to medium amber, translucent oil that will not crystallize. It is so viscous that at low temperatures it behaves almost like a solid. Because of this, you will not be able to push the oil out of the syringe without first heating it or you may end up breaking the glass syringe or the plastic plunger. The concentration of delta 8 will vary depending on the batch, but will be at or near 99.5% cannabinoids.

What to Look for in Delta 8 Distillate

When shopping for delta 8 distillate it is important to do your research and pay attention to the brand, color, clarity, and potency. Any reputable brand will have this information readily available, and it is up to you to do your due diligence. Check for third-party laboratory testing, and read online reviews before making a purchase. 3Chi submits all of their products to third-party testing and these results are posted HERE.


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