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Product = Cart Ready THCA Distillate (see pics)

Sizes = 5g Sample / 100g / 500g / 1kg

Potency = ~53% (see coa)

Color = Golden/Amber (see pics)

Scent = Hemp Smell ( Can Have Terpenes Added)

Lead Time to Ship = ~2-3 Days

 

Our Bulk Cart Ready THCA Distillate is the perfect addition to any hemp product supplier's inventory. Our distillate is of the highest quality and potency, with approximately 50% THCA content. We offer three different sizes to fit your bulk ordering needs: 100g, 500g, and 1kg. Our product is also cart ready, making it easy to use and incorporate into your products. Our commitment to high quality customer service and 3rd party testing ensures that you can trust the purity and potency of our THCA distillate. Best of all, our prices are affordable, making our bulk distillate an excellent choice for any hemp product supplier.

 

 

2018 Farm Bill Compliant. .3% Delta 9 THC or lower.

Bulk Cart Ready THCA Distillate (~50% THCA Potency) (5g Sample,100g, 500g, 1kg)

PriceFrom $50.00
  • Available for private labeling and bottled to your request.

    What Is Tetrahydrocannabinolic Acid (THCa)?

    • THCAa is not a psychoactive compound, meaning it doesn't alter your mood or your mind.
    • Tetrahydrocannabinolic acid is a cannabinoid. Even though it is easy to confuse THCa and THC, they are different.

      THCa is a precursor to THC. Furthermore, heat can make THCa convert into THC more quickly. 

      THC is responsible for the psychoactive impacts of marijuana, while THCa is not. THCa cannot actually get someone high. If THCA is heated up pass the point of approx 250 degrees, it converts to THC.

    THCA has many potential health benefits, including anti-inflammatory, antiemetic, and neuroprotective properties. THCA rosin is extracted from the plant without decarboxylation occurring via a highly-skilled technique involving heat and pressure, resulting in an all-natural butter-like concentrate that is free of solvents, chemicals, or additives. This means it contains high levels of THCA and very low (Farm Bill compliant) levels of Delta 9 THC.

    What Are the Effects of THCa?

    • The biggest benefit of THCa is that it can be converted into THC, but, as we've said, THCa itself does not necessarily lead to any psychoactive effects. At the same time, there are a few other possible effects of THCa. 
    • For example, some people like using THCa to control inflammation. They feel aches and pains from conditions like chronic inflammation, arthritis, old injuries, and other conditions. To reduce inflammation, they might try THCa; of course, anyone with medical concerns should consult a doctor.
    • In addition to pain control, some people use THCa to help with sleep, especially if they have sleep disorders. 

     THCa vs CBD: What's the Difference?

    • While THCa is a cannabinoid acid, CBD is a cannabinoid. They are different in structure, but they are similar in that neither is psychoactive and both have similar effects, such as reducing inflammation, helping with sleep and calming anxiety.
    • CBD works with your body’s CB1 and CB2 receptors, which are cannabinoid receptors in our nervous systems. CBD binds to the CB1 receptors to balance the psychoactive effects of THC (not THCa); it also binds to the CB2 receptors to reduce inflammation and pain.
    • THCa, on the other hand, doesn’t bind to the CB receptors. It works with your body’s endocannabinoids and enzymes to reduce inflammation and pain.
    • So, they both produce similar effects, but their approaches differ.

     THCa vs CBD: What's the Difference?

    • While THCa is a cannabinoid acid, CBD is a cannabinoid. They are different in structure, but they are similar in that neither is psychoactive and both have similar effects, such as reducing inflammation, helping with sleep and calming anxiety.
    • CBD works with your body’s CB1 and CB2 receptors, which are cannabinoid receptors in our nervous systems. CBD binds to the CB1 receptors to balance the psychoactive effects of THC (not THCa); it also binds to the CB2 receptors to reduce inflammation and pain.
    • THCa, on the other hand, doesn’t bind to the CB receptors. It works with your body’s endocannabinoids and enzymes to reduce inflammation and pain.
    • So, they both produce similar effects, but their approaches differ.
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