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These premium cannabis edibles deliver incredible ingredients, rich milk chocolate and peanut butter in a silky texture bite, plus the powerful D9 and CBD 30mg combo!
These peanut butter edibles bring you the best of both worlds- premium ∆9 THC and CBD together with peanut butter and chocolate!
The Xite Chocolate Series features premium hemp-derived live resin Delta 9 THC, infused into each mouth-watering chocolate flavor. The D9 Chocolate - 15mg ∆9 THC + 15mg CBD delivers the perfect cannabinoid effect with therapeutic properties to boost your day or cap your evening.
Ingredients: Sugar, Cacao Butter, Alpine Skimmed Milk Powder, Chocolate Liquor, Anhydrous Milk Fat, Sunflower Lecithin, Natural Flavor, Coconut Oil, Full Spectrum Hemp Extract
Although the 30mg Xite dark chocolate CBD + D9 edibles are made using industrial hemp, they are still very potent. In fact, they suggest going 'low and slow' with dosing because there is no 'off switch' with edibles.
So, they say take only one square at a time and wait at least an hour to measure your tolerance to the side effects. For those who are sensitive to THC, or first timers, only half a chocolate square to start is recommended.
One of the most amazing compounds in cannabis is cannabidiol, or CBD. It is therapeutic and will not get you high. The reason we know this is because of the research that discovered the Endo Cannabinoid System (ECS) and how it affects nearly every mammal's health.
It's how we know the benefits of CBD include analgesic and antiinflammatory properties, and why it is being studied for a myriad of uses too.
In the 1990s, the ECS was discovered through the research of Dr. Ralph Mechoulam of Hebrew University. The findings revealed two special receptors on nearly every cell in the body, made just for cannabinoids, called CB1 and CB2.
Cannabinoids are the chemical compounds made by the ECS, as well as from a single plant source in a world full of flora and fauna- cannabis. The ECS is responsible for the health of all major body systems including skeletal, muscular, nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, urinary, the reproductive system as well as every body organ, including your body's largest- skin.
So, our bodies have CB1 and CB2 receptors to transfer these compounds where needed. The type of receptor a compound latches onto determines which part of the body is affected. CB1 receptors affect the central nervous system and are how THC gets people high. But, like a key to the wqrong lock- CBD cannot use CB1 receptors. Instead the CB2 receptor matches the CBD key, and these cells are found primnarily in the immune system.
CBD and D9 THC work together, along with all other cannabinoids from the hemp plant, in an 'enourage effect.' Together, these compounds are stronger than the sum of their parts, because they boost strengths and mitigate weaknesses among themselves. So, as an example, CBD can help with any anxiety caused by THC, which, in turn, can make CBD more effective by relaxing the body.
The fact that D9 THC can get you high makes this cannabinoid on of the favorites among users. Hemp-derived delta-9 is the same as the delta-9 found in legal-state marijuana, but by law, a legal hemp plant can contain no more than 0.3% of this compound. So, hemp-derived D9THC is extracted from many plants, not just one.
The psychoactive properties of delta-9 are the same whether they come from a single plant or many. So edibles that contain this euphoric ingredient are more potent than the weaker delta-8 and delta-10 THC edibles.
Hemp derived D9 is not to be taken lightly, so it's important to start low and go slow, especially for newcomers to pot edibles.
The term “Hemp Compliant” refers to the overall THC percentage in a hemp-derived product. Under the 2018 Farm Bill – hemp products cannot have more than 0.3% Delta 9 THC.
Also, the THC needs to be sourced from the industrial hemp plant and not from the medical marijuana plant.