Delta 8 products have been increasing in popularity over the last year. The unique one-of-a-kind Smilyn Delta 8 Royal Jam concentrate provides uplifting effects and complex sensory experience.
It is a must-try for concentrate connoisseurs. Delta 8 concentrates are some of the strongest products on the market. And now — oh, my jam! Just add a concentrate to the wax pen or a dab rig for the ultimate experience. The Delta 8 Royal Jam delivers a powerful head and body feel that will give a great euphoric and relaxing feeling.
The Delta 8 Royal Jam is expertly crafted from oleoresin — mixed with Delta 8, CBN, CBG and other terps. The cold extraction process preserves all the flavors.
What are Delta 8 Concentrates?
Those looking to fully appreciate the diverse world of Delta 8 concentrates have come to the right place.
Concentrates are the effect of distilling down the most desirable parts of the hemp plant. Concentrates contain all the cannabinoids and natural terpenes — and none of the excess plant material.
Cannabinoids and terpenes are responsible for the effects, aroma, and flavors you might experience with any Delta 8 concentrate. Concentrates let you experience the best parts of the hemp plant in a multitude of ways and using several different methods.
Various types of concentrates include wax, shatter, budder, crumble, diamonds, royal jam, and dabs. Smilyn offers a large selection of concentrates, including Delta 8 Dabs, Delta 8 Diamonds, and the unique Delta 8 Royal Jam.
Are Delta 8 Concentrates Federally Legal?
Hemp was previously regulated as an illegal substance under the Controlled Substance Act of 1970.
The 2018 Farm Bill definition of hemp includes all isomers of hemp. Therefore, any isomer of a hemp plant is hemp — and pursuant to the 2018 Farm Bill, does not fall under the Controlled Substances Act (the “CSA”).
Delta 8 is defined as industrial hemp under US Federal law. It is one of hundreds of cannabinoids that are found in the cannabis plant. On a federal level, any type of Delta 8 concentrates at or below 0.3 percent is legal.