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0.3% of THC CONTENT OR LESS Nanoemulsions are nano-sized emulsions, which are manufactured for improving the delivery of active pharmaceutical ingredients. In other words, instead of waiting 45 minutes to an hour to start feeling the benefits of delta 9 tetrahydrocannabinol like gummies or chocolates, these Party Shots will allow you to feel the effects within 10-15 minutes. This is a huge advantage when you need relief now! The watermelon flavor is a great tasting way to bring the party to the pain!

12ct 50mg Delta 9-2 oz Blue Raspberry Shots-4 Servings Per Bottle-Nanoemulsion

SKU: 0002
$90.00Price
  • The properties of delta-9 

    Delta-9 was one of the first forms of cannabinoid to be isolated from the cannabis plant in 1964. The highly psychoactive property of delta-9 is based on its ability to activate certain cannabinoid receptors, called CB1, in the brain. The receptor, CB1, is like a lock that can be opened only by a specific key – in this case, delta-9 allowing the latter to affect certain cell functions.

    Delta-9 mimics the cannabinoids, called endocannabinoids, that our bodies naturally produce. Because delta-9 emulates the actions of endocannabinoids, it also affects the same brain functions they regulate, such as appetite, learning, memory, anxiety, depression, pain, sleep, mood, body temperature and immune responses.

    The FDA approved delta-9 in 1985 to treat chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting in cancer patients and, in 1992, to stimulate appetite in HIV/AIDS patients.

    The National Academy of Sciences has reported that cannabis is effective in alleviating chronic pain in adults and for improving muscle stiffness in patients with multiple sclerosis, an autoimmune disease. That report also suggested that cannabis may help sleep outcomes and fibromyalgia, a medical condition in which patients complain of fatigue and pain throughout the body. In fact, a combination of delta-9 and CBD has been used to treat muscle stiffness and spasms in multiple sclerosis. This medicine, called Sativex, is approved in many countries but not yet in the U.S.

    Delta-9 can also activate another type of cannabinoid receptor, called CB2, which is expressed mainly on immune cells. Studies from the laboratory have shown that delta-9 can suppress inflammation through the activation of CB2. This makes it highly effective in the treatment of autoimmune diseases like multiple sclerosis and colitis as well as inflammation of the lungs caused by bacterial toxins.

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