New Day, Same Story: FDA Issues Additional Warning Letters for Sale and Marketing of Hemp-Infused Human and Animal Products – JD Supra

This week, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) posted warning letters to five hemp companies for, in the words of the FDA, „illegally selling products containing cannabidiol (CBD).” 

The warning letters and additional commentary from the FDA can be accessed for a full review here.  Since the passage and enactment of the 2018 Farm Bill, which removed hemp and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) found in hemp from the Federal Controlled Substances Act, the FDA has consistently asserted regulatory control over certain aspects of the hemp industry pursuant to the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act) and its implementing regulations.  Chief among those regulatory concerns has been the FDA’s position that it is unlawful under the FD&C Act to introduce food containing added CBD or THC into interstate commerce, or to market CBD or THC products as, or in, dietary supplements regardless of whether the substances are hemp-derived.  You can read more about the background and history of this and the FDA’s prior warning letters here, here, or on a number of other news, regulatory, and legal sites across the internet.

The batch of letters posted to the FDA’s website this week continues the long line of warnings sent to companies operating in the hemp-derived cannabinoid space.  It is not readily apparent why the FDA chose to single out these companies, in particular, for enforcement.  But the letters released this week, as a group, seem to intentionally target and address the following common activities:

  • Sale and marketing of products intended for human consumption that contain added CBD or THC in a form that consumers may confuse with foods.
  • Sale and marketing of products that pose a risk of unintended consumption of CBD or THC by consumers, including failure to label CBD as an ingredient on product labels (for example, simply listing „full spectrum hemp extract” on the product label).
  • Sale and marketing of products in forms that are appealing to children, like lollipops, gum, and candies.
  • Combination of CBD with caffeine in products, because „CBD may affect caffeine metabolism and may increase and/or prolong caffeine’s effects.”
  • Sale and marketing of animal products containing added CBD or THC for use in the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease in animals.  And,
  • The sale and marketing of animal foods and pet treats that are adulterated by adding CBD and other cannabinoids.

To date, the FDA’s prior enforcement actions have largely centered on companies selling or marketing human- or animal-related hemp products in connection with unauthorized claims to cure, mitigate, treat, or prevent various diseases and health-related conditions.  But in an important departure from the FDA’s past practice, less than all of the warning letters released this week reference alleged FD&C Act health claim violations by the companies.    So what does that mean?  Are these letters a precursor to an onslaught of new industry warnings to come?  Does this signal that the FDA is gearing up to devote more of its enforcement efforts and energies to regulate the use of CBD, THC, and other cannabinoids in situations where companies are intentional and careful not to make prohibited health-related claims about their hemp products?

While this group of warning letters may mark a shift in the FDA’s ongoing regulatory enforcement focus, it does not appear to significantly change the industry’s overall legal and regulatory risks in prior years.  Much of what the FDA states in these letters has been incorporated into its prior warnings to the industry.  But it remains important for hemp product manufacturers and sellers to carefully and continuously monitor and consider the FDA’s position on CBD, THC, and other cannabinoids utilized in food and supplement products and to incorporate that position into their internal compliance practices as they develop, market, and sell hemp products in interstate commerce. 

CTC Bio teams up with Japanese firm to develop cannabidiol oral dissolving films – KBR

CTC Bio said on Tuesday that it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Co-Evolution Network LLC (CoNet LLC), a Japanese company, to develop cannabidiol (CBD) oral dissolving films (ODF).

CTC Bio signed a MOU with Co-Evolution Network LLC, a Japanese company, to jointly develop cannabiodiol (CBD) oral dissolving films (ODF).
CTC Bio signed a MOU with Co-Evolution Network LLC, a Japanese company, to jointly develop cannabiodiol (CBD) oral dissolving films (ODF).

CBD refers to a substance that is utilized and distributed by excluding hallucinogenic drugs and is used to reduce pain and seizures, and treat pain in patients with rare and intractable diseases.  It is known to be typically effective in treating childhood epilepsy, dementia, and Parkinson’s disease.

Under the MOU, CTC Bio will first complete the technology development and then supply the developed products to CoNet LLC to distribute them to the Japanese market and other countries designated by CTC Bio.

The product that CTC Bio will distribute after technology development is ODF containing CBD, and the company has already completed a patent application in Korea and is also applying for overseas patents. When oil-type CBD is applied to ODF, the bioavailability increases, so it has the advantage of being able to administer accurate doses along with greater convenience.

In December 2020, under the recommendation of the World Health Organization (WHO), the UN-affiliated Drug Commission excluded marijuana from drugs. Subsequently, 56 countries, including Japan, Canada, and the United States, legalized medicines containing CBD, and the global market using marijuana continues to grow.

Particularly, the global medical cannabis market is growing by 22.1 percent annually and is estimated to reach 51 trillion won in 2024, said a CTC Bio official.

As Japan has no raw material production due to regulations on the „Cannabis Control Act,”  it is difficult to develop products out of Japanese raw materials. Accordingly, CTC Bio’s supply is expected to occupy a large size in the Japanese market in the future, the company said.

Since 2017, CTC Bio has been conducting CBD research and development at the Gyeongbuk Industrial Hemp Regulatory Free Zone located in Andong, North Gyeongsang Province. 

CTC Bio CEO Kim Young-deok said, „We will be the only global company that has secured film-type CBD research technology and expect this MOU to be the cornerstone for expanding CBD business overseas.”

Billings Public Schools hosts first of two webinars on highly-potent cannabis products – Billings Gazette

Billings Public Schools held the first of two webinars Monday to inform parents on the prevalence and potential danger of today’s cannabis.

School District 2 Superintendent Greg Upham said during the session that its purpose is to educate parents and the community on both the physical and psychological impacts of high-level THC options on adolescents that have become increasingly popular.

Last summer, he was introduced to a consultant with the nonprofit organization Johnny’s Ambassadors who informed administrators of about recent trends with legal cannabis and its effects on public school students’ brain development. 

“That was my shock in all this,” Upham said following this meeting. “I thought, I am so far removed from how this has evolved. It’s scary.”

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The meeting came following the legalization of recreational cannabis in Yellowstone County in January and after a soft lockdown at West High School earlier this month where three students overdosed on dabs.

Dabs are concentrated amounts of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive chemical in marijuana, synthetically extracted from the plant and condensed into forms like oil or wax. It can then be inhaled as a vapor when heated at high temperatures or consumed through edible products. Dabs have caught on in recent years due to the small amounts needed to get high as opposed to smoking the plant.

Dab potency can differ greatly, ranging from 60 to 90 percent THC, versus a commercial plant ranging from six to 30 percent. Consuming higher amounts of THC at one time can lead to physical and psychological side effects like nausea, anxiety, increased heart rates, hallucinations, panic attacks and paranoia. Although it is incredibly unlikely to die from a THC overdose alone, research has reported long-term side-effects on adolescent brains that are still developing.

During the presentation, Johnny’s Ambassadors founder Laura Stack referred to a research report by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) highlighting the structural similarities between THC and the brain chemical anandamide, which send messages throughout the body’s nervous system. As the brain’s prefrontal cortex continues to grow and develop throughout a person’s 20s, repeated exposure to THC may lead to a reduced development of anandamide in the brain due to their similar structure and a perceived lack of a need to produce it.

According to NIDA, this may lead to reduced memory and concentration, long-term cognitive complications, and poor psychiatric outcomes including social anxiety, suicidality and addiction by the time the brain is fully developed, approximately by age 30. NIDA goes on to point out, however, that there is currently no definitive conclusions due to unknown factors like THC potency and test subjects potentially using multiple substances during the time of the study.

Stack said she started the organization after the death of her son Johnny following years of frequent marijuana use and dabbing since he was 14. She said it was through repeated use that led him to develop psychosis and depression that led to him developing symptoms like paranoid thoughts, depression and declining academic performance before dying by suicide at age 19.

“If I knew then what I know now, it’s likely that Johnny would still be here,” she said. “Because I didn’t know what to do, I was completely uneducated, I didn’t know where to turn.”

Stack said there are still public misconceptions with these types of cannabis due to the older, more traditional types of marijuana and marijuana-use from previous generations. She highlighted the greater potency of legal products today, how it wasn’t previously available in any form in the past and how consuming the THC equivalent by smoking marijuana cigarettes is nearly impossible.

“It truly is a different drug, this is no longer just weed,” Stack said.

According to Cannabis Training University, additives like propylene glycol (PG) and polyethylene glycol (PEG) are found in the production of some cannabis oils and can lead to increased carcinogen levels in the body while residual solvents like butane, ethanol that are used can lead to organ failure and cardiac damage when inhaled. Illegal concentrated cannabis may contain unsafe levels of pesticide while most illegal cartridges have been found to contain myclobutanil which converts into hydrogen cyanide when burned.

As far as available treatment for cannabis-use disorder, licensed rehab facilities can provide inpatient or outpatient treatment programs depending on the severity of the addiction treatment and utilize methods that include behavioral therapy, support groups and experiential therapy. Those who are having thoughts of suicide can call the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline at 988.

There currently is no legal limit to the level of THC potency in recreational marijuana and Johnny’s Ambassadors does not advocate for specific government policies, but Stack believes the next step is to set limits on THC potency.

Upham hopes that parents have access to all available information so that they can take the most appropriate actions for their kids.

“I refer sometimes to parents [that] I’m gonna teach you the game and … once you know the game, then you play it how you need to play it,” he said. “One of the things that bothered me about this subject was that… we didn’t even know the game.”

Mugshots: Racine County criminal complaints, Nov. 28, 2022 – Journal Times

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Jada Cyrille-Nicole Kinzer, Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin, operating a motor vehicle while under the influence (2nd offense), operating with prohibited alcohol concentration (2nd offense), hit and run (attended vehicle), operate motor vehicle while revoked, operating a motor vehicle while under the influence (3rd offense, general alcohol concentration enhancer), resisting an officer, felony bail jumping, misdemeanor bail jumping.

Wareham cannabis company creates gummy aimed at helping people diet, workout – CBS Boston

WAREHAM — When it comes to marijuana, people tend to think of „the munchies” and not exercise.

However, married couple and cannabis entrepreneurs Angela Brown and Brian Cusick said they are creating a gummy to give users an energy burst.

The pair co-founded the company „Coast Cannabis” and operate it in Wareham.

„When I was consuming it, I had a burst of energy,” said Brown. „I was going to the gym. I actually had a lot of success with getting on a workout plan. Losing a lot of weight and using this as my pre-workout energy.”

The edible contains the cannabinoid „THC-V” which works much differently than the active ingredient „THC” in most marijuana products.

„THC-V is non-psychoactive,” Brown pointed out. „So, it’s not going to give you that high, that body high.”

The gummy could provide results for those on a diet, according to Brown and Cusick.

„We are getting a lot of consumer feedback to validate that,” said Cusick. „We are currently the only manufacturer with a gummy product with THC-V in the state.”

Coast Cannabis THC-V gummy CBS Boston

But are these claims legitimate? Doctors say they do have merit.

„People know THC to have the munchie effect, it’s an appetite stimulant,” said Dr. Benjamin Caplan, a champion of medical marijuana research. „It’s the opposite effect for THC-V. It’s an appetite suppressant.”

In fact, Caplan is experimenting with THC-V as a treatment for diabetes.

„To have a patient who has, for example, gotten off his daily insulin simply using THC-V. It’s pretty dramatic,” said Caplan. 

Still, Caplan cautions more research is needed. „It’s not hocus pocus. It’s a real thing but it needs to have rigorous, long-term, and extensive studies.”

Caplan also believes this type of treatment could be useful for a society dealing with obesity, poor metabolism, and diabetes. And said it is especially exciting since it is a natural medicine that could help our bodies function more efficiently.

FDA Fires More CBD Warning Shots – HempGazette

Another batch of companies selling cannabidiol-based products are in the crosshairs of the USA’s Food and Drug Administration.

Last week, the FDA said it had recently posted warning letters to various companies for what it alleges is the illegal sale of products containing cannabidiol (CBD). The agency claims the firms are selling products containing CBD that consumers may confuse for traditional foods or beverages; potentially resulting in unintentional consumption or over-consumption of CBD.

“The use of CBD raises safety concerns, especially with long-term use. Scientific studies show possible harm to the male reproductive system, including testicular atrophy, harm to the liver, and interactions with certain medications.”

Testicular atrophy? That’s a good way to put a scare into around half the population. As for liver issues, initial findings of a liver safety study we mentioned earlier this year indicated a good safety profile for CBD. However, it should be noted that was a cannabidiol industry-sponsored study.

But the potential for interactions with certain medications is definitely a valid concern, as we’ve reported on in the past.

This latest round of companies to get warning letters – 5 of them – have 15 working days to let the FDA know how they will address the issues described or provide their reasoning, along with evidence, as to why they believe their products are not in violation of the law.

“Failure to adequately address the violations promptly may result in legal action, including product seizure and/or injunction,” says the FDA.

This is by no means the first time the FDA has sent out warning letters regarding CBD (it’s been doing so for years), but previously the agency has focused mainly on therapeutic claims. This time around the focus according to the accompanying press release was on potential consumer confusion and that CBD-containing products in forms appealing to children “are especially concerning”.

However, also mentioned were various violations with regard to claims to curing, mitigating, treating or preventing various diseases; and the addition of CBD to animal foods.

The FDA states it is committed to “sound, science-based policy on CBD”. But it’s certainly been dragging the chain on developing it.

Senator Files Bill To Make Cannabis Businesses Eligible For SBA Loans – Forbes

Democratic U.S. Senator Jacky Rosen of Nevada last week introduced legislation that would make regulated cannabis businesses eligible for loans and other programs from the federal Small Business Administration (SBA). If passed, the Fair Access for Cannabis Small Businesses Act would help ensure that licensed cannabis businesses have access to the same benefits available to other legal businesses, including the SBA’s popular 7(a) loans, disaster loans, microloans and the Small Business Investment Company (SBIC) program. The legislation also ensures that businesses in the regulated marijuana industry have access to the SBA’s resource partners such as the SCORE business mentoring program, Veterans Business Outreach Centers and Women’s Business Centers.

Rosen has been an outspoken advocate for allowing businesses in the legal cannabis industry access to banking services and resources offered by the SBA. Under current SBA regulations, businesses that provide “direct or indirect products or services that aid the use, growth, or enhancement of cannabis from accessing SBA loans and programs,” according to a statement from the senator’s office.

“The unfair barriers to basic federal support and resources have hurt our state’s legally-operating cannabis small businesses,” Rosen said on November 18. “This legislation will level the playing field so that cannabis small businesses – including those owned by people of color, women, and veterans– have access to the same federal resources and loans that other legal businesses are entitled to.”

Expanding Opportunities For Cannabis Businesses

In 2021, Rosen highlighted the need for expanding access to SBA resources to cannabis small businesses operating legally under state law while questioning then-nominee for SBA Administrator Isabel Guzman, who was subsequently approved by the Senate. And earlier this year, she sent a letter urging the Senate Appropriations Committee to include language preventing the SBA from excluding legally operated cannabis small businesses from its loan and entrepreneurship programs. Rosen also previously led a bipartisan letter to House and Senate Armed Services Committee leadership in December 2021, urging fellow lawmakers to keep provisions of the Secure and Fair Enforcement (SAFE) Banking Act in the fiscal 2022 National Defense Appropriations Act.


“Lack of access to capital and banking services remain the greatest barriers to entry into the cannabis industry,” said Layke Martin, executive director of the Nevada Cannabis Association. “We are grateful for Senator Rosen’s efforts to support small cannabis businesses by increasing access to SBA loans and programs.”

Khadijah Tribble, the CEO of the trade group the US Cannabis Council (USCC), praised the introduction of the Fair Access for Cannabis Small Businesses Act, saying that legalizing marijuana alone is not enough to address the harms caused by nearly a century of marijuana prohibition.

“For Black and Brown communities that have been ravaged by the war on drugs for decades, there is a light at the end of the tunnel as the end of cannabis prohibition comes near. But without access to capital through financing tools like SBA loans, most Black and brown cannabis entrepreneurs won’t get the chance to profit from an industry that was once used to stigmatize them — even in states where the plant has been legalized,” Tribble said in a statement from the USCC. “Senator Rosen’s landmark legislation would help advance equity and innovation in the cannabis industry by leveling the playing field for independent cannabis operators. If paired with the SAFE Banking Act, The Fair Access for Cannabis Small Businesses Act would create a regulatory framework that would ensure a vibrant startup scene and a diversity of players.”

Cows fed hemp produced milk with THC, researchers say – Richmond Times-Dispatch

Hemp may one day be used as a stress reducer for transported cows, or added to feed.

Dairy cows fed industrial hemp produced milk with detectable levels of the buzz-inducing molecular compound THC, according to a new study from Germany that could influence the potential uses of hemp as an ingredient in animal feed.

The dairy cows also showed behavioral changes — yawning and salivating a lot, moving a little unsteadily on their hoofs, standing in one place for a protracted period, and having a “somnolent appearance.”

The peer-reviewed study, conducted on Holstein cows in Berlin and published Monday in the journal Nature Food, is one of the first major investigations of the use of industrial hemp as a potential supplement in animal feed.

For now such use is illegal under United States law, which does not allow THC in the food chain. But the new research comes as hemp, which has many industrial uses, continues to emerge from an agricultural exile that dates to the “reefer madness” hysteria of the 1930s.

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Hemp is the common name of the plant Cannabis sativa. Humans have cultivated it for thousands of years. Its fibers are prized in rope manufacturing, among many other uses. George Washington grew it at Mount Vernon in the late 1700s, and in recent years the estate has grown it anew.

The flowers of the cannabis plant have high concentrations of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol — THC. That’s the molecular compound that delivers a high to someone who smokes or consumes it. Hemp with high levels of THC is called “marihuana” in the curious spelling of the federal government, and remains a Schedule 1 substance under the Controlled Substances Act of 1970.

Industrial hemp is not the pot plant cultivated by people hoping to grow their own weed. Under the Farm Bill of 2018, industrial hemp is no longer listed as a controlled substance so long as it contains no more than 0.3% THC.

One byproduct of that change in the law is the booming market for another hemp-derived molecular compound, cannabidiol, or CBD. That’s typically marketed for its purported health benefits. You can get a dose of it in your coffee if you go to the right café.

The claimed health benefits of CBD for the most part lack the imprimatur of the Food and Drug Administration. The FDA has approved only a few products derived from hemp, and has sent warning letters to some companies making scientifically hazy claims about CBD products.

As all this gets sorted out by scientists and regulators, the hemp industry continues to expand. It’s still a tiny slice of the agricultural commodities market, but that could change. Hemp could be an excellent source of animal feed if government regulators approve it, said Erica Stark, executive director of the National Hemp Association. The seeds of hemp do not contain any THC, she said, and are high in protein.

“It’s going to be such a really large market. There’s actually animal feed shortages in this country right now, ramifications of what’s happening in Ukraine, droughts and other crop failures,” Stark said.

The researchers at the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment found no behavioral change in cows given the entire hemp plant, which contained very low levels of THC. Only when fed the portions of the hemp plant with higher THC concentrations — including the flowers and leaves — did the behavioral effects appear, according to the study.

Those effects included slower heart rate and respiration, “pronounced tongue play, increased yawning, salivation, nasal secretion formation” and reddening of a portion of the eyes, the report states. Some animals “displayed careful, occasionally unsteady gait, unusually long standing and abnormal posture.”

The animals also ate less and produced less milk, according to Robert Pieper, head of the department of food chain safety for the institute and co-author of the new paper.

Industrial hemp was gradually legalized in the United States through the Farm Bills of 2014 and 2018 amid a broad but patchwork easing of laws against marijuana consumption.

That legalization has regulatory limits, however. The FDA continues to view THC, CBD and other cannabinoids as contaminants in the food supply.

“You’re not going to see CBD-enhanced milk on the shelf for a long time,” said Jeffrey Steiner, director of Oregon State University’s Global Hemp Innovation Center.

Steiner, who was not part of the newly published research, has experimented on hemp as a feed supplement for dairy cows, sheep and poultry. But his team has only had authorization to study hemp since 2019, and he stressed that much more research needs to be done before the plant is likely to get regulatory approval as an animal feed.

The plant became stigmatized and caught up in racist and jingoistic ideology during the 1930s, when allegations of marijuana use were among the rhetorical attacks on Mexican immigrants. Steiner said a federal 1937 marijuana tax essentially priced hemp out of the market. During World War II, hemp was again used in the war effort, and Henry Ford even exhibited a car made partially from hemp, but the reprieve was brief and the 1970 Controlled Substances Act outlawed the plant’s cultivation.

“All during that time, hemp was stuck in the time capsule and you couldn’t do anything with it,” Steiner said. “Now, it’s a matter of catching up, letting hemp come into the market, and letting science being the basis for making decisions.”

The dairy industry will likely want to use hemp as a feed additive if it gets federal approval and is competitive with other sources of protein, said Jamie Jonker, chief science officer at the National Milk Producers Federation. The industry, he said, has struggled with rising costs of feed and energy, though some of that pressure has been relieved by high prices on milk.

Another possible use of hemp in livestock is as a stress reducer, for example when cows are being transported, said Michael Kleinhenz, an assistant professor in beef production medicine at Kansas State University.

“We don’t know if they have that buzz, or whatnot,” Kleinhenz said. But they do have lower levels of stress hormones, he said. The cannabinoids reduce stress, he thinks, but “we still have to figure out that mechanism in animals.”

Jonker said he has heard reports of CBD-enhanced dairy products, such as ice cream, marketed commercially in the Pacific Northwest in recent years. But any innovation in milk marketing has to be careful, he said.

“Milk has an amazing halo to it in the average person’s mind, as being pure,” Jonker said. “There’s always a cautious approach in innovation to ensure that you’re not causing image issues with that halo.”

Best Delta 9 Gummies Cyber Monday Sale: Get Huge Discounts On THC Gummies – The Southern Maryland Chronicle

Have you ever tried deltas 9 gummies before? No, not the strain, but the candy. They are available in nearly every cannabis dispensary.

Some of you may be wondering what an individual can get out of consuming this edible delta 9 gummies. The answer is simple – it will take your high to another whole level!

This article is geared toward those individuals that have never consumed an edible such as a gummy. However, before we get into why people turn to edibles, let us tell you more about delta 9 gummies.

Best Delta-9 Brands On Sale This Cyber Monday

  1. Exhale Wellness – Overall Best Delta-9 Gummies; Huge Discount Of 35% On Delta 9
  2. BudPop – Highly Potent Delta-9 Gummies; Flat Upto 40% Offer In The Natural Hemp Gummies
  3. Cheef Botanical – Grab A BOGO Offer On Popular Brand of Delta 9 Gummies

1. Exhale Wellness – Overall Best Delta-9 Gummies; Huge Discount Of 35% On Delta 9

Looking for a fun and exciting way to consume THC? Exhale Wellness leads the way in offering only the highest quality delta 9 THC gummies.

Their artisanal products are created with natural ingredients and lab-tested for accuracy, so you get what you pay for without any contaminants.


Brand Reputation

Exhale Wellness has a reputation for making high-quality dabbing and vaping products. Their Delta 9 Gummies are no exception. They’re made of pure CBD oil, each one containing 10 milligrams of cannabinoid extract (CBD).

The makers of Exhale Wellness are careful to adhere to the highest standards when they create their gummies, which is a reflection of their dedication to customer satisfaction and safety.

The company understands that purchasing cannabis can be nerve-wracking for some people, so they make their products as approachable as possible. The packaging is clean and minimal, making it look like a product that anyone could pick up at the pharmacy.

Their products contain no artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives. The formula is all-natural, gluten-free, and vegan. This reassures customers that they are buying the highest quality of gummies on the market.

Product Quality

The product quality of Exhale Wellness delta 9 gummies is superb. It’s made with a concentrate of cannabis oil extracted from the whole plant. This means that you get an even ratio of the various cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids found in the original plant.

The solvent used to extract this oil is also carefully chosen so that it does not degrade or change the chemical composition of the end product. In other words, it is as close to organic and unaltered as possible.

Furthermore, these gummies have a dosage that is specifically calibrated for maximum benefit without inducing a high.

In fact, these gummies actually contain less THC than the typical dose in an edible which typically contains 10-20 mg per serving—so you get more bang for your buck.

Hemp Source

The hemp used in Exhale Wellness gummies is sourced from Colorado, where growing industrial hemp has been legal since 2014.

The company created a brand of gummies that utilize the benefits of CBD, or cannabidiol, a component of hemp extracted from the seeds and stalk.

The other primary component of hemp is THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), which has psychoactive properties.

However, the amount of THC in ethically-sourced industrial hemp is usually less than 0.3%, so it won’t get you high, but it will help relieve inflammation, pain, and anxiety.


  • Offers a safe dosage of CBD
  • Regulates appetite
  • Save time and money with gummies
  • Fully capable of assisting with pain
  • Improves sleep fully without drowsiness


  • May cause false positives for drug testing
  • It may not work for some people

What Users Thought

Recent reviews of Exhale Wellness delta 9 gummies are mostly positive. Many claim it was their first time trying a cannabis-infused product, and they found the experience pleasant.

Some people also claim that the product helped them relax in general, but others had a hard time differentiating between the effects of the gummies and their usual medication.

Some people did have some concerns about the taste, but overall, everyone seemed to enjoy them as a new form of medicine.

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2. BudPop – Highly Potent Delta-9 Gummies; Flat Upto 40% Offer In The Natural Hemp Gummies

If you’re looking for a discreet way to consume Delta 9 THC, look no further than BudPop Delta 9 Gummies.

These tasty treats are made with full spectrum delta 8 THC gummies that have been blended with CBD and other cannabinoids for additional health benefits.


Brand Reputation

BudPop Delta 9 Gummies are an example of a product that is both popular and well-made. The company’s reputation is built on its products, which people can rely on for their positive effects and high quality.

The brand makes its products from the highest quality CBD available and includes only natural flavors and colors. This helps users maintain the purest experience possible.

Like all BudPop products, the gummies are made with an emphasis on the customer’s health and safety.

BudPop isn’t just concerned with producing safe products—they want to be sure that their customers are safe too. That’s why they provide third-party lab results on every product page.

They also maintain a full list of all ingredients as well as product batch numbers so that consumers can easily verify information about any particular product through their website or by calling customer service.

BudPop even provides a search function so you can find your specific flavors based on any criteria that could be important to you, such as verified THC content or ingredients.

Product Quality

BudPop delta 9 gummies are a new product of the company. The company is known for its marijuana-infused edibles. It is the best quality product that is available on the market today. This product is considered a revolutionary product of the company.

This product uses the full spectrum of cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids. It has no other fillers or additives. This product also has some benefits, like it helps to decrease pain, increase appetite, and also helps to battle insomnia.

Hemp Source

BudPop is a company that is based in Santa Cruz, California, and they produce hemp-based gummies. Their primary use of hemp is as an ingredient in their CBD products.

CBD or cannabidiol has been found to have an anti-inflammatory effect on the body, which is especially useful for those who suffer from pain.

If you’re wondering where the delta 9 comes into play, it’s because these gummies also contain a small amount of THC or tetrahydrocannabinol. This is the chemical compound found in marijuana that can make people feel “high.”


  • 100% Natural
  • Long-lasting and edible
  • Gummies are discreet, small, and fun
  • They taste good
  • Reduces stress


  • Risk of overdosing

What Users Thought

Customer reviews for BudPop delta 9 gummies were overwhelmingly positive. The company’s products had a 5-star rating on online cannabis retail sites, and even their packaging earned praise.

The positive reviews for BudPop Delta 9 Gummies are based on how the edibles tasted, how they made the consumers feel and how long the effects lasted.

Users reported that the gummies were “the best,” “the tastiest in town,” and “the freshest.” They also said it was a great way to start their night (or day).

The reviews also show that people felt high for quite a while after consuming them, which makes them a popular choice for consumers who need more than just a pick-me-up.

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3. Cheef Botanical – Grab A BOGO Offer On Popular Brand of Delta 9 Gummies

Your taste buds will thank you when you delight them with Cheef Botanical  Delta 9 THC Gummies. They use cannabinoid-rich hemp oil that is extracted from industrial hemp in Colorado, then add it to their delicious gummies. Enjoy the therapeutic effects while enjoying their healthy ingredients.


Brand Reputation

Cheef Botanical  Delta 9 Gummies is an innovative and refreshing brand that is sure to satisfy your needs. It’s a product that is more than just a flavored edible—it’s a lifestyle.

As the name suggests, it is one of the most effective gummies on the market, making it simple to get ready and enjoy the high effects.

Cheef Botanical  is a brand known for its high-quality CBD gummies. The company was established to provide the public with the highest quality gummies infused with the purest Delta 9 THC.

Cheef Botanical  is known to use only the most potent cannabis extract in all of its products, and therefore, they have an exceptional history of products that are high quality but also delicious and potent.

Their pure extracts are certified and fully tested by an independent laboratory to ensure that they contain no harmful pesticides or chemicals.

In addition to having a reputation for producing the purest products on the market, Cheef Botanical  has an excellent reputation among consumers as well.

They have some of the best customer service representatives around and take pride in their ability to respond quickly to each customer inquiry or complaint.

DeltaExtrax is also involved in various charitable organizations and different events throughout Colorado. They are dedicated not just to making money but also contributing back to their community, which makes them a great brand for any consumer.

Product Quality

The quality of Cheef Botanical  delta nine gummies is a great one, and it’s easy to see why. For one thing, they’re made with a full spectrum extract of cannabis. That means the terpenes and cannabinoids that are found in the original plant are preserved.

That makes this product much better than tinctures, which are made from a single compound extracted from the plant and are not necessarily organic or natural.

A lot of people also complain about edibles because they’re poorly dosed and vary widely in strength. That won’t happen with Cheef Botanical  delta 9 gummies, though, because they’re responsibly sourced, and lab tested.

They’re also made with BHO, CO2 oil, or CBD isolate (so you can choose your favorite), so you can be sure you’re getting a quality product—and if you don’t like it for some reason, you can take advantage of the money-back guarantee!

Hemp Source

The hemp used as a source of CBD in Cheef Botanical  delta 9 gummies are grown exclusively for’s products.

The company has contracted with farmers for their specific growing needs and works with them to create the best possible environment for growing the highest-quality hemp plants.

Blending their proprietary hemp extract with a natural base of premium ingredients creates a tasty and effective supplement that helps support overall health and wellness.


  • Highly concentrated
  • Dietary supplement
  • Made in the USA
  • Consistent potency and flavor


  • Minor side effects: drowsiness, dizziness

What Users Thought

The customer reviews we’ve seen for Cheef Botanical  delta 9 gummies all focus on how natural they are, how easy they are to take, and how effective they are.

Most users who have tried Cheef Botanical delta 9 gummies have been very pleased with the results.

Many have reported that they have received relief from chronic pain and inflammation, and some even claim to have found relief from other ailments such as anxiety and depression.

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How We Choose These Products Of The Brands To Purchase Delta 9 Gummies On Cyber Monday Sale

The first step in our selection process was to narrow down the field. We wanted to guarantee that the product we were recommending would be of the highest quality.

We didn’t want a recommendation that would put anyone at risk or encourage them to consume something that might not be safe for them.

To accomplish this, we used a number of factors:

Brand Reputation

In order to make sure that the manufacturer of our top pick was trustworthy and reputable, we looked at feedback from users on various websites. In addition, we sorted through comments about experiences with the brand.

We also read through the company’s website and social media pages, looking for information about its practices and beliefs.

A company’s values are important when it comes to something as personal as medical cannabis use.

It’s easy to feel uncomfortable when you’re buying something online in a state where it isn’t legal yet—not only do you have to wonder whether the product itself is safe, but you have to trust that whoever you’re buying it from is reliable and won’t give your personal information away or risk getting into trouble for selling their products out of state.


Ingredient quality is of paramount importance for CBD products since CBD is extracted from hemp plants. Many companies will use non-organic pesticides in their hemp farms, and this can leak into their CBD products.

The only way to avoid these pesticides is by using organic hemp; if a company uses non-organic hemp, that means that their product contains pesticides and other impurities.

In addition to knowing where the hemp was grown, we also have to know what kind of soil it was grown in. Some soils have high levels of toxins that can seep into the plants and then into the final product.

The best products will be made with hemp grown in healthy soil to ensure that no toxins end up in their final product.

Third-party Lab Tests

Third-party lab tests are an important component in our search for the best gummies because, as many know, cannabis oil can be filled with harmful chemicals that affect the way it interacts with the body.

It is important to know the amount of THC in each gummy (or other edible) and how clean that oil is before it is consumed. The third-party lab tests are the only way we can trust those claims.

Product Quality

The first thing that we considered when putting this list together was the quality of the product. Some gummy bears contain a lot of sugar, which might make them taste good but isn’t necessarily healthy—and it can be counterproductive to an overall sense of well-being.

Some contain synthetic ingredients or artificial coloring, and some have gluten or corn syrup as key components.

We decided that you should be able to trust what you’re ingesting into your body, so we screened out any products with any potentially harmful ingredients.

Friendly Customer Service

The importance of knowing what you’re buying when you buy cannabis online is obvious to anyone who’s ever been burned by a bad transaction with a seller who offers low prices but poor products.

The lack of customer service at many dispensaries has come under fire as more and more people decide to buy their cannabis online instead of in person.

With so many options available now, it’s difficult to know where to start—but choosing a company with excellent customer service can make all the difference when it comes to whether or not your experience is enjoyable and successful.

Buying Guide For Beginners – Factors That We Look For In Delta 9 Cyber Monday Deals?

Product Safety

If you want to ensure that you’re getting a safe product, look for edibles made with all-natural ingredients.

The best edibles are made from organic products and have fewer ingredients, so you know exactly what you’re consuming.

That’s an important precautionary measure because some people react negatively to certain foods or chemicals.

When you’re considering buying edible marijuana products, it’s important to understand the potential risks.

Inaccurate dosing and contamination are two of the biggest dangers that can lead to an unpleasant experience or worse. While there are several ways that you can avoid these risks, it’s best to start with a trusted brand.

Brand Transparency

When you are looking for delta 9 gummies, you should look at brand transparency. It is important to look at brand transparency because you can use it to determine whether or not the company that is selling the products has the best Delta 9 gummies.

This is really helpful for people who are concerned with how something is made, and it builds trust in the brand because it shows that they’re not hiding anything.

The post also includes information about their extraction method and testing, showing that they’re confident in their actions.

When you look at brand transparency, you will be able to easily tell if a company has good Delta 9 gummies or not.

Product Price

Product price is an important consideration when choosing a product. The price of Delta 9 gummies is an important factor because it will either limit or broaden your options.

If you are on a tight budget, then some products will be out of your reach.

However, if you have more money to spend, then you can consider buying a better quality product.

It is worth noting that the general rule of thumb with the price is that you get what you pay for. That means that you can expect higher prices to be related to better quality products that last longer and are more durable.

If you find a good product at a low price, it might not have been well-made, or it might not be as durable as a similar product that costs more.

It may also be the case that the low price was too good to pass up, and there are some items being sold at a discount without having any faults whatsoever.

In order to benefit from the savings associated with cheap Delta 9 gummies, there must be no hidden costs in terms of durability or inferior quality compared to other items of similar price.

It’s always best to go for the best deal overall when shopping for Delta 9 gummies.

Product Potency

To begin, you should know exactly what you’re getting into before you make your purchase. If a business is offering products that advertise specific effects or promise a particular outcome, it’s important to look at their products’ potency.

A company’s potency depends on how much of the active ingredient they put into their gummies. To find the best delta 9 gummies for you, it’s important to pick a product with enough active ingredients so that you can actually feel their effects.

User Satisfaction

The first thing to understand about the best delta 9 gummies is what makes them so good. The most important thing to look for when purchasing a product like a delta 9 gummies is its high customer satisfaction.

This is the only way to ensure that you are getting something that will last and be worth your money.

Different products can have similar effectiveness, but if one has a much better reputation for durability and quality than another, then it is certainly the one you should invest in.

Frequently Asked Questions Related To The Delta 9 Cyber Monday Sale

Q: What does Delta-9 mean?

This is one of the many chemical substances naturally occurring in cannabis plants and is known as a cannabinoid. Cannabis plants come in two varieties: marijuana and hemp.

Despite delta-9 THC being present in tiny amounts in hemp, it is widely acknowledged that this compound is the psychoactive substance in marijuana.

Q: Are there any unfavorable effects on these gummies?

You’ll get high by taking Delta-9 Gummies. But on the other hand, each person experiences this high differently.

It could be enjoyable for some people and challenging for others. You shouldn’t have any difficulties as long as you purchase from a reputable supplier.

Begin with a little amount of THC if you’re unsure of how it will affect you, and then wait to increase it until you see how you feel.

Additionally, it’s important to use the right amounts because Delta-9 THC, particularly for novices, may be rather strong. It is, therefore, best to proceed cautiously.

Q: How quickly do THC gummies start working?

Since THC gummies are edibles, their effects will take some time to appear. The time it takes for the Delta 9 high to start working depends on your metabolism, ranging from 30 minutes to several hours.

As a result, you shouldn’t take another gummy right away because you think the first dose wasn’t enough. Instead, allow the gummies some time to do their job; be patient.

Q: If you consume delta-9 gummies, will you fail a drug test?

Yes, taking delta-9 gummies prior to a drug test will likely result in a “high” signal on the test. The majority of drug tests look for THC metabolites, while delta-9 gummies have very few quantities of THC. Therefore, you will test positive if you take delta-9 gummies before a drug test.

Conclusion: Best Cyber Monday Sale On Delta 9 Gummies

If you’ve never tried CBD or are experiencing any sort of chronic pain or other medical issues, going the CBD gummies route is a great way to start your journey.

Every brand on this list uses hemp cultivated by farmers in the United States and contains terpenes produced from natural sources.

This means less overall anxiety for newbies when CBD is ingested in these forms, meaning that you can start with a “lower dose.”

We hope you found this article helpful in choosing the best gummies brand.