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Commonly Asked Delta 8 Products Questions

Frequently Asked Questions Delta 8 Cartridges

Cartridge Questions

What Battery Fits These Cartridges?

All of our cartridges are designed to fit a 510 thread battery

Extrax Delta Extrax 510 battery and 2g Cartridge

Why Do Cartridges Clog?

Cartridges can get clogged for a few reasons, which we explain below.

  • Moisture & Oil Buildup: Clogs often happen because moisture and oil gather near the top, blocking the mouthpiece. As time goes on, vape oil can accumulate and limit airflow, eventually causing a complete blockage. The solutions we offer can easily fix this issue.
  • Frequent Use: Using your cartridge repeatedly and heavily can affect your cartridge’s quality. Frequent hits can heat the oil, causing it to rise and clog the mouthpiece. It can even harm the coil inside, creating another problem.
  • Aging Oil: Attempting to extend the life of a vape cartridge can lead to issues. Oil can harden around air holes when left unused for a while. While it’s possible to address this, older oil might not offer a pleasant experience due to its age. Older oil can also become thicker, making it harder to inhale.
  • Improper Storage: Where you store your vape cartridge affects its performance. Storing it in warm environments can lead to oil hardening when it cools. Cold storage can make the oil thick and tough to draw.

How Do I Unclog a Cartridge?

A blocked cartridge usually means the airflow is stuck. Here’s a simple way to fix it, step by step:

  • Step 1: Inhale normally. If your vape battery has a button, press it while inhaling to warm the oil. Stop pressing before you burn the coil. Keep inhaling until you hear a pop. If not, go to step 2.
  • Step 2: Blow gently into the mouthpiece. It might seem strange, but it can push the oil down. Put your lips on the mouthpiece and blow, like inhaling in reverse. If that doesn’t work, try step 3.
  • Step 3: Hold the cartridge in your hand for 5 minutes to warm the oil. Repeat steps 1 and 2. If nothing helps, move to step 4.
  • Step 4: Use a paper clip if the other steps fail. Unscrew the cartridge and unfold a paper clip to make it long. Gently insert it into the airhole of the mouthpiece to clear the blockage. Don’t go too deep to avoid damaging the hardware. If this doesn’t work, proceed to step 5.
  • Step 5: If the cartridge is unscrewed, clean where it connects to the pen with a cotton swab and isopropyl alcohol. If the problem persists, the issue might be with the vape battery. If not, your cartridge could be broken, and you might need a replacement.

How Do I Prevent a Cartridge from Clogging?

Avoiding clogs in cartridges is important. Follow these steps to prevent this issue:

  • Store Right: Keep cartridges standing up to stop oil from blocking airflow by gathering at the bottom.
  • Temperature and Dryness: Store cartridges in a cool, dry spot to keep the oil thickness just right.
  • Warm Up: Before using, gently warm the cartridge to make the oil less thick.
  • Keep Clean: Regularly clean the contacts and nozzle to prevent build-up.
Frequently Asked Questions Goliath

Goliath Questions

How Do I Use A Goliath Device?

  • Insert pod into device
  • Click 5 times to turn on
  • Click 2 times to preheat; light will stay on for 10 seconds while heating
  • When the light turns off, it’s ready to use!
  • Click 5 times to turn off
  • Store upright to prevent leakage
Goliath Pods: Slip and Click

How Do I Unclog a Pod?

A blocked cartridge usually means the airflow is stuck. Here’s a simple way to fix it, step by step:

  • Step 1: Inhale normally. If your vape battery has a button, press it while inhaling to warm the oil. Stop pressing before you burn the coil. Keep inhaling until you hear a pop. If not, go to step 2.
  • Step 2: Blow gently into the mouthpiece. It might seem strange, but it can push the oil down. Put your lips on the mouthpiece and blow, like inhaling in reverse. If that doesn’t work, try step 3.
  • Step 3: Hold the cartridge in your hand for 5 minutes to warm the oil. Repeat steps 1 and 2. If nothing helps, move to step 4.
  • Step 4: Use a paper clip if the other steps fail. Unscrew the cartridge and unfold a paper clip to make it long. Gently insert it into the airhole of the mouthpiece to clear the blockage. Don’t go too deep to avoid damaging the hardware. If this doesn’t work, proceed to step 5.
  • Step 5: If the cartridge is unscrewed, clean where it connects to the pen with a cotton swab and isopropyl alcohol. If the problem persists, the issue might be with the vape battery. If not, your cartridge could be broken, and you might need a replacement.

How Do I Prevent a Pod from Clogging?

Avoiding clogs in cartridges is important. Follow these steps to prevent this issue:

  • Store Right: Keep cartridges standing up to stop oil from blocking airflow by gathering at the bottom.
  • Temperature and Dryness: Store cartridges in a cool, dry spot to keep the oil thickness just right.
  • Warm Up: Make sure to use the pre-heat function on your Goliath device.
  • Keep Clean: Regularly clean the contacts and nozzle to prevent build-up.

Can I Use Both 1 Gram and 2 Gram Pods with the Goliath Pre-Heat Device ?

All of our Goliath Pods can be used with our Pre-Heat Goliath Device or the Original Goliath Device!

THC Disposable Questions

Disposable Questions

How to Use A Pre-Heat Device

  • Click 5 times to turn on
  • Click 2 times to preheat; light will stay on for 10 seconds while heating
  • When the light turns off, it’s ready to use!
  • Click 5 times to turn off
  • Store upright to prevent leakage

What charger is needed for Disposables?

All of our disposables use a USB-C charger

Why Do Disposables Clog?

Disposables can get clogged for a few reasons, which we explain below.

  • Moisture & Oil Buildup: Clogs often happen because moisture and oil gather near the top, blocking the mouthpiece. As time goes on, vape oil can accumulate and limit airflow, eventually causing a complete blockage. The solutions we offer can easily fix this issue.
  • Frequent Use: Using your pen repeatedly and heavily can affect your disposable’s quality. Frequent hits can heat the oil, causing it to rise and clog the mouthpiece. It can even harm the coil inside, creating another problem.
  • Aging Oil: Attempting to extend the life of a disposable can lead to issues. Oil can harden around air holes when left unused for a while. While it’s possible to address this, older oil might not offer a pleasant experience due to its age. Older oil can also become thicker, making it harder to inhale.
  • Improper Storage: Where you store your disposable depends on its performance. Storing it in warm environments can lead to oil hardening when it cools. Cold storage can make the oil thick and tough to draw.

How Do I Unclog a Disposable?

A blocked disposable usually means the airflow is stuck. Here’s a simple way to fix it, step by step:

  • Step 1: Charge Fully: Make sure the device is fully charged.
  • Step 2: Blow through the USB port until vapor comes through the mouthpiece. It’s okay if there’s some vapor residue on the mouthpiece—just wipe it off. You might need to blow a few times to clear the clog.
  • Step 3: Store Upside Down: Turn the device upside down for a little while to let the distillate gather near the chamber.
  • Step 4: Hit Again: Use the device again to bring the remaining distillate into the coils.
  • Step 5: Repeat if Needed: Do this process 2-3 times or until the device works normally.
  • Remember, these steps should help, but if the issue persists, don’t hesitate to reach out for more assistance.

How Do I Prevent a Disposable From Clogging?

Avoiding clogs in disposables is important. Follow these steps to prevent this issue:

  • Store Right: Keep disposables standing up to stop oil from blocking airflow by gathering at the bottom.
  • Temperature and Dryness: Store cartridges in a cool, dry spot to keep the oil thickness just right.
  • Warm Up: Before using, pre-heat your disposable to make the oil less thick.
  • Keep Clean: Regularly clean the mouthpiece to prevent build-up.

How Do I Know If My Device is Fully Charged?

The light on the device will turn off when fully charged.

How Long Does The Battery Last?

Battery life is dependent upon usage, but for moderate use the charge should last 2-3 days.

THC Edibles Questions

Edibles Questions

Where Can I Find the Ingredients?

Ingredients can be found on the product page under the tab “Ingredients”. Ingredients are also listed on the packaging.

What are HHC Gummies?

What Strain Are The Gummies?

Our gummies are labeled as Hybrids, but they don’t technically have a strain at all. This is because gummies are made from raw distillate of THC instead of from Terpenes. This is also why gummies have a wider range of flavors, since they’re not confined to only using terpenes which are plant-based.

You can read more in our blog here: A Comprehensive Guide to Delta 8 Gummies

How Should I Dose My Gummies?

We recommend starting with half a gummy to gauge tolerance. If you are inexperienced with THC edibles, then start with a quarter and give it thirty minutes to take effect.

If A Cannabinoid Needs Heat To Turn Into THC, How Does It Work In Gummies?

Cannabinoids like THCA and HXY are already decarboxylated and are then infused into the gummy mix.

What’s the Difference Between All of Your Gummies?

We offer a variety of gummies, each line featuring its own unique blend of cannabinoids. For the purists, our Delta-9 THC Live Resin Gummies are perfect. With six flavors, these are a fan favorite.

Our Lights Out Gummies are bestsellers with 3500mg of THCH + THCJD blend per jar. These sell out often, but don’t worry – our Laughing Gas Extrax gummies are made with the same blend and come in six more flavors!

Available in three flavors, our Blackcraft Extrax gummies are made with a blend of HXY-10 and THC-P. These bat shaped gummies come in 4000mg jars.

The newest gummies in our lineup, Adios Gummies feature THCa + Delta-9p and come in 7000mg jars. These are our biggest gummies yet, available in five delicious flavors.

Commonly Asked Cannabinoids Questions

Delta Extrax Lab Tests

Lab Tests

Why Do You Make Lab Tests So Visible? Other Companies Don’t.

Legally, products containing hemp-derived THC must have potency reports, but we provide third party full panel lab tests. These include ingredient breakdown in addition to heavy metals, solvents, and pesticides testing. We want our customers to know exactly what they’re buying and to feel good about it. Transparency is very important in this industry and we will never lie about what is in our products.

How Do I Read a Lab Test Result?

The Lab Tests are broken down into sections. Each test will have a title of what that section tested for and the results. On the left side of the report, you’ll find the title Analyte, which shows what was tested. On the right side, LOD – Limit of Detection, LOQ – Limit of Quantification, and the results are broken down into %, mg/g, and mg/unit.


Under the right side of the report, you’ll also see numbers and the letters ND and UI. The letters ND stand for Not Detected, and UI represents the word Not Identified. That means there were small amounts that were not detectable or could not be identified as having any. 

You can learn more here: Delta 8 THC: Understanding 3rd Party Lab Test Results

Why Aren’t All Cannabinoids On the Lab Test Results?

Releasing certain products to the market ahead of others can pose a challenge because often third-party labs aren’t prepared to analyze them. These products can be so novel that labs might lack the necessary equipment or methods to detect these new cannabinoids in the product.

Consequently, the latest cannabinoid might remain unnoticed in lab tests since there’s no established method for detection. Nonetheless, with technological advancements over time, these labs eventually develop ways to test for these components.

How to read a Lab Test Result

Why Are There Residual Solvents?

While this might seem alarming, if a lab test shows residual solvents it’s not necessarily due to contamination, but rather the Terpenes starting to separate. When terpenes sit for awhile, the ingredients will start to separate, much like how oil pulls on top of peanut butter or water on yogurt. The difference is that in terpenes, this can be a subtle reaction that is not visible. However, this separation appears on lab tests as the different chemicals are detected in higher amounts than normal.

Delta Extrax Formulations

Formulations

This Blend Claims to Feature A Cannabinoid But is Mostly Delta-8! Why is That?

The base ingredient for all of our products is hemp-derived Delta-8 THC. We take great care in our formulations and choose to highlight featured cannabinoids, such as THCa or THCP in the product name. Due to federal laws, we can only include so much of certain cannabinoids and still be able to legally sell our products. Some companies use loopholes or grey areas to get around this, but we will never sell a product that is not federally legal. We promise to only ever offer products that deliver a smooth, satisfying experience that highlights featured cannabinoids in the best way. 

Formulations breakdown

Why Isn’t There More of This Cannabinoid In The Product?

All of our products are thoughtfully designed and formulated in house to provide the best experience for our customers. Our formulations are based on flavor, desired effect, and adhering to all federal laws. Some other companies only care about putting the most of a cannabinoid, but we don’t subscribe to the belief of “the more the better”. We would rather deliver a smooth, satisfying experience that highlights a specific cannabinoid in the best way. We promise not to compromise on flavor or effect just to have a product with “the most.” Your experience is what matters most to us.

How Do You Come Up With Blends?

When creating blends for our products, our main objectives are to refine formulas to achieve perfection, incorporate emerging cannabinoids to stay at the forefront, push the boundaries of innovation, and carefully curate entourage effects for enhanced benefits.

What Are Terpenes?

Terpenes are aromatic compounds found in plants, creating the distinct scents in flowers and foods. While products like vapes and edibles come from THC extracts, hemp flower – the raw form of THC or CBD – naturally contains terpenes.

When THC vape products are distilled, terpenes are separated from the raw flower, an added to the formulation for an enjoyable experience. Conversely, raw flowers have terpenes naturally, negating the need for reintroduction.

Learn More Here: Understanding What Terpenes Are

Delta 8 Hemp FAQ

Hemp

What Is The Difference Between Hemp-Derived THC and Marijuana?

 The Cannabis plant comes in two types: Marijuana, high in THC and low in CBD, and Hemp, high in CBD and low in THC. Legally, hemp has 0.3% or less THC, while marijuana has more than 0.3% THC. This categorization is based on THC content. Hemp adheres to the 2018 Farm Bill, while marijuana has over 0.3% THC due to breeding.

Both Delta 8 THC and Delta 9 THC are present in Cannabis and can be extracted from Hemp and Marijuana plants. Delta 8 THC extraction is more complex due to its minor cannabinoid status. Legally, Delta 8 must be sourced from Hemp due to federal regulations that classify Marijuana as illegal.

The Differences Between Hemp-Derived THC and Marijuana

Is Delta-8 THC Legal Everywhere?

The legality of Delta 8 varies across the country. Federally, it’s legal under the 2018 Farm Bill that legalized Hemp. However, about 15 states have banned or are working to ban Delta 8.

While Marijuana isn’t federally legalized in the U.S., 37 states permit it for medical or recreational purposes. The DEA categorizes marijuana as a Schedule I drug with high abuse potential and no medical benefit.

Read More: Is Delta 8 the Legal Version of Marijuana?

Is Delta 8 THC Synthetic Weed?

No, synthetic cannabinoids are not derived from Hemp or Marijuana. Synthetic weed aims to mimic Hemp and Marijuana cannabinoids by blending various chemicals to recreate the THC sensation. Delta 8 THC does originate from Hemp as one of the many cannabinoids.

Read More: Is Delta 8 THC Synthetic Weed?

How Do I Learn More About Cannabinoids?

If you want to learn more about cannabinoids and their effects, check out our Learning Center! We breakdown how each cannabinoid and how their chemical structure differs. It’s a great resource for learning more and finding out which cannabinoids are right for you.

Read More: Learn About Cannabinoids