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We use hemp-derived THCA within our infused sugar packets giving you the "traditional" cannabis effects that you're use to while remaining federally legal. Third-party lab tested with a THC content of less than 0.3% per sugar packet.

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FAQ's

How much THC is in your products?

Great question! We abide by US Federal Law with only 0.3% THC per dry weight within our products. This is more than enough to give you a euphoric full body high that cannot be matched with any other products on the market .

Will hemp-derived THCA get me high?

Yes absolutely! THCA is considered the "precursor" to traditional THC. What this means is that THCA is the step before cannabis is converted into THC. As soon as you apply heat to THCA it then converts to delta 9 THC which is what is found in traditional cannabis plants.

Are there any states where THCA is not allowed?

Yes, we cannot ship our infused sugar to Idaho or Rhode Island unfortunately.

How much does it typcially cost in shipping fees?

Depending on where you live has a lot to do with how much you'll pay for shipping. Most of our customers only pay between $7-$10 for shipping, but again this will depend on your destination.

Is it legal to ship cannabis infused products to my home in the US?

Yes, as long as the cannabis is in the form of "hemp" with a THC content of less than 0.3% THC on a dry weight basis. Our infused sugar falls in this category which allows us to ship to almost all states within the United States.

How much infused sugar should I add to the food or drinks I enjoy?

This will depend on the you own personal dosage levels. We recommend to start with only 1 sugar packet per drink beverage. When it comes to foods, this depends on your serving size and recipe.