If you’re reading this, you’ve already made the important initial decision to give 3Chi’s delta 8 a try. Now you must decide which delta 8 products to buy first, and how much of each. You don’t want to overstock and end up with way too much, but you certainly don’t want to have to order again in ten days’ time.
Here are the best options for a first-time buyer.
Start Small, but Give Yourself Variety
There is a measurable difference in experience between delta 8 products. Edibles will feel different than a vape cartridge, which will feel different than tinctures. Because of this, it is recommended that you try two or more products to compare the active effects. After all, if you’re going to try delta 8, you owe it to yourself to do it properly.
All too often users will try and reject only one product, assuming it covers the entirety of the delta 8 experience — only to later find the right blend or product type for their needs.
With that in mind, consider experimenting with some combination of two popular product types. Edibles, vape cartridges, tincture, and dabbing sauces are all recommended starter options. They are simple, discreet, and extremely convenient.
For users seeking a classic delta 8 experience, start with edibles and a vape cartridge. But if you’re unsure about vapor and vaping products, switch to tinctures instead. These flavorless drops are an easy way to try delta 8, and are consumed orally just like edibles. All three options offer the same euphoric delta 8 sensations, but in slightly different ways. The reason for this has to do with how each is absorbed by the body.
Edibles will typically be deeper and longer-lasting, with a small delay before the effects begin. Vape cartridgess will kick in immediately but wear off slightly faster, while tinctures are a kind of middleground between the two.
For new users, these product types are an excellent sample of what you can expect from the delta 8 experience. From there it is up to you to decide on the type of edible and blend.
Setting the Budget
There is no denying the upfront cost of starting your delta 8 stash. But like many products, a single purchase will typically last several months, making it a cost-effective investment in the long-term. Tinctures and cartridges in particular will nearly always last more than a month, even with frequent use.
If you plan to buy an edible and a vape cartridge, you should realistically plan to spend between $30-50 for the pair and the necessary vape cartridge battery. All 3Chi vape cartridges require a 510-compatible battery, but the battery is generally one-time purchase.
3Chi sells single-serving baked goods and small personal-use bottles of tincture. You can buy both of those delta 8 options HERE.
From there, the only thing left is to give delta 8 a try.
You can click HERE to read a few tips on maximizing your delta 8 experience, or dive right in once you’ve set up a safe space.
With these tips in mind, you should be well on your way towards enjoying the amazing effects of delta 8 THC.