We’ve taken our Delta8 blend and enhanced it with THCv!
Looking for a twist on our classic D8 cartridge? Look no further! We’ve taken our best-selling Delta-8 THC carts and kicked them up a notch by blending in premium THCv.
Bay Smokes THCv plus Delta8 cart are made with premium hemp-derived cannabinoids and blended with pure plant terpenes. They’re compliant with the 2018 Farm Bill, screened for safety, and lab tested for potency. Enjoy!
What is THCv?
Delta 9 tetrahydrocannabivarin, or THC-v, is a rare cannabinoid that occurs naturally in hemp plants. One of the things that makes it so special is the fact that there is some evidence to suggest that it might help to suppress the munchies! THCv also boasts a ton of other potential health and wellness benefits. You can read all about them on our blog!
Why Blend THCv With D8?
On its own, THC v hasn’t been shown to be particularly psychoactive. This means that although it might give you a nice buzz, it (probably) won’t get you very baked. By blending it with D8, we’ve given you the best of both worlds!
Additionally, blending together multiple cannabinoids gives you a much fuller experience than what you could get by taking them separately. It is closer to what’s naturally found in the plant, after all!
What Does THCv + D8 Feel Like?
With our THCv plus Delta-8 cart, you can expect a mild, mellow high that a lot of people compare to a sativa-dominant hybrid. You might feel extra focused, creative, and chilled-out, and you might not get the munchies as much as you usually do. Your tolerance for other cannabinoids might not carry over to your tolerance for THCv, so take it easy when you first try out the cart.
That being said, no two people experience cannabinoid products in the same way. The best way to see if you’ll like THCv plus D8 is to try it for yourself!
What Strains are Available?
We’re proud to offer some of our best-selling strains in THCv + Delta-8 cartridge form.
Strawberry Lemonade is lemony and sweet with notes of fresh strawberries.
Grape Ape is grapey and sweet, with hints of berry flavors.
Mango Kush is sweet, tropical, and tastes surprisingly like mangoes.
What Do THCv + D8 Carts Smell Like?
Our THCv plus Delta-8 THC carts are discrete and have a very faint scent. Most of them smell like what they taste like, so you don’t have to worry about stinking up the place (or smell like you’re in an elevated state of mind yourself)!
What’s in the Cart?
Here at Bay Smokes, we pride ourselves on using 100% plant-derived ingredients. We regularly run lab tests with a trusted third party to make sure that there’s never any heavy metals or pesticides in our products, and we never use thinning agents.
That means that our THCv + Delta-8 vapes contain nothing but pure hemp extract and plant terpenes!
What About the Hardware?
We’re proud to use top-of-the-line CCELL or SMISS hardware in all of our carts. Bay Smokes carts are compatible with multi-temperature batteries, so you can always get the exact kind of hit that you’re looking for. And speaking of rips—we use the highest-quality coils in our carts to give you big, smooth clouds every single time. Plus, our carts are durable! No shame—we’ve all broken a piece before, but you won’t have to worry about that with our carts. Go ahead, pass it around!
How Strong are THCV + D8 Carts?
Each 1g cart contains 200mg of THCv and approximately 725mg of Delta8 THC.
How Do I Use THCv + D8 Carts?
You’ll need a 510 threaded battery to use this cartridge. (Ours comes complete with multiple temperature settings, a preheat option, and a charger. Plus, it’s pocket-sized and sleek-looking!)
All you have to do is open the package, screw the cart onto the battery, and enjoy! The only thing that’s easier to use is our pre-loaded, pre-charged THCv + D8 disposable.
Is THCv + D8 Legal?
In most states, yes! We can currently ship to any state where the sale, purchase, and ownership of THCv or D8 products has not been made expressly illegal. If you enter an address in any of these locations, no shipping options will be available.
That being said, we’re not lawyers. Check with an attorney about your state’s local laws if you have any questions.