When it comes to stoner holidays, it's no secret that 420 holds the highest honors. 710 National Dab Day is increasingly gaining awareness as a top new-ish high holy day. The name, 7/10 or 710 National Dab Day, comes from the perfect number to represent cannabis oil and many other canna concentrates. When you turn 710 upside down, it looks like OIL.
710 Dab Day is a day of celebration of cannabis concentrates, including shatter, wax, rosin, live resin, cannabis oils, and more. Dabbing, vaporizing the wax or other concentrate and inhaling the resulting vapor, is one of the most popular ways to consume these concentrates. Many advocates of the consumption method do so because it's one of the fastest ways to get cannabinoids into your system. It's cleaner than smoking because you aren't inhaling carbon and tars with your cannabinoids. Also, there's no lingering smell for those who don't want to share their sesh with the world.
Celebratory 710 Dab Day ideas:
1. Give our disposable vapes a try. With five flavors to choose from, you are sure to this quick, portable Delta-8 THC delight.
3. Gather with fellow dabbers at 7:10 pm and try a new concentrate.
The new North Carolina legislation aligns state and federal law to ensure hemp's legality permanently.
Hemp was legalized in the state in 2015 through a pilot program. There are currently over 1,500 hemp producers in North Carolina, according to NC Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services estimates.
When you order Delta 8 products from GramCo, your package will arrive in a discreet, unbranded package like the ones shown in the photo. Retailer and influencer packages may be branded, but can be requested as unbranded shipments as preferred. Furry blanket not included. Delta 8 products are shipped from Jasper, Florida from our Hamilton County, Florida headquarters.
A California federal appeals court ruled last week that delta-8 THC and other cannabinoids derived from hemp are legal under the 2018 Farm Bill. The 2018 Farm Bill defined hemp as “the plant Cannabis sativa L. and any part of that plant, including the seeds of the plant and all derivatives, extracts, cannabinoids, isomers, acids, salts, and salts of isomers, whether growing or not, with a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration of not more than 0.3% on a dry weight basis.” After the 2018 Farm Bill passed, many states passed their own hemp bills. Some of the bills mirrored the language in...