Frequently Asked Questions

Delta 9 THC

Delta 9 is Delta 9 Tetrahydrocannabinol, the main form of THC found in cannabis.

The Farm Bill of 2018 allows for any cannabinoids extracted from legally-grown hemp plants –with a chain of custody that shows the plant was grown with a THC level below 0.3% – to be reintroduced into an edible or beverage and sold legally.

Yes, because Delta 9 is regular THC! It will have the same effect as taking a cannabis-derived THC product that you could get in a state where marijuana is legalized, for example.

If you’re not confident about the milligrams of THC you have a tolerance for, start small! 5mg of Delta 9 is a great starting point and you can adjust from there. Be aware, taking THC in an edible form can take 60-120 minutes to feel, so give your body plenty of time to feel it. Beverages usually take much less time, 10-15 minutes, for you to feel it.

Delta 8

Delta 8 is a naturally occurring form of THC derived from hemp. It is less potent than the main form of THC Delta 9. It is still euphoric and has more of an indica effect. (relaxing)

Yes it does, as it contains THC (the compound responsible for the psychoactive effects of marijuana). This is one of the main draws of the product for many users.

Yes it will. It is a detectable form of THC.

Batch No. 8

Start with half a gummy, especially if you have little or no cannabis experience.

Start with .25ml (1/4 dropper), which is the equivalent of taking 12.5 mg (about half of a Batch No. 8 gummy). At ¼ of a dropper, the entire bottle will provide 128 servings, while ½ dropper = 64 servings.

It has a slight citrus taste with no hempy taste.

CBD Edibles

This will be more potent than CBD because of the products CBN content. We have found many people that don’t benefit from just CBD prefer this option.

CBN is another cannabinoid similar to CBD in that it is non psychoactive. It has been found to increase the deep sleep part of the sleep cycle, making it perfect for those who have trouble staying asleep.

Urb Gummies

They do not, they only have flavor differences.

They have a hybrid effect. In general, our edibles do not have an indica or sativa classification because they lack cannabinoids known as terpenes, which cause indica (relaxed: “in-da-couch”) and sativa (upper: “Sat-up”) effects.

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"Hemp" is one variety of the cannabis plant, which refers to plants that contains 0.3% or less THC content (by dry weight).

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