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  • April 26, 2023 10 min read

    No Cap Hemp Co. - THC Edibles Review

    THC edibles offer an excellent way to enjoy the recreational benefits of THC. This article explores THC edibles, including THC gummies, sweets and gummy bears, and frequently asked questions about THC edibles.

    THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) is a psychoactive chemical compound extracted from marijuana, a plant strain of the cannabis plant. It is among hundreds of other cannabis compounds known as cannabinoids, including CBG (cannabigerol) and CBD

    (cannabidiol). THC alters the user's normal functioning; hence they experience a "high" and relaxed effect. Studies suggest that THC has various medical benefits, including pain and anxiety relief and relieving gastrointestinal problems. However, regulating the amount of THC you consume is important to prevent unwarranted side effects. THC edibles include gummy bears, gummy rings and chocolate bars. The edibles are user-friendly and offer a fun way of consuming THC. Furthermore, they are available in various strengths and flavours suitable for your needs.

    What are THC edibles?

    As mentioned, THC edibles are available in various forms, including brownies, chocolate bars, gummy rings and gummy bears. The edibles are more discreet than other THC forms, such as tinctures or vapes. 

    THC edibles are processed by extracting THC from cannabis plants and infusing a fat-based ingredient such as oil or butter over low heat. THC binds to the fat molecules, forming an ingestible edible. Most CBD edibles are infused with organic flavourings to enhance the taste and disguise THC's natural, earthy flavour.

    Here is a look at some of the more common THC edibles

    THC gummy bears

    THC gummy bears are small, chewy bears infused with THC and a precise amount of CBD. They are available in 500 mg and 1000 mg dosages. Each pack contains 40 gummies, which are highly potent as they are infused with Delta-8 THC. In addition, the gummy bears are available in numerous flavours, and the THC extract is obtained from legal USA Hemp. The THC extract is less than 0.3%, so you do not need to worry about the product's legality since it is legal per the 2018 Farm Bill.

    No Cap Hemp Co's gummies are popular since they are affordable, delicious and effective. They help relieve inflammation and reduce higher stress and anxiety levels.

    The gummy bears also improve mood and promote quality sleep.

    Delta-8 500mg THC Gummy Bears

    Delta-8 1000mg THC Gummy Bears

    THC Gummy Rings

    THC Gummy Rings are a game changer – they offer versatility, secrecy and numerous therapeutic benefits, including anxiety relief and improving sleep and mood. The gummy rings are available in various flavours, including Watermelon, Peach and Blue Raz. In addition, the gummy rings are infused with delta-8 THC and a precise amount of

    CBD for a more potent effect. In addition, the THC gummy rings are available in a 300mg dosage, with 10 gummies per pack. 

    No Cap Hemp Co's THC gummy rings are popular since they improve sleep and muscle tension and enhance a clearer state of mind. The gummies are also affordable and contain a legal amount of delta-8 THC (less than 0.3%) per the 2018 Farm Bill.

    Delta-8 THC Watermelon Gummy Rings

    Delta 8 THC Peach Gummy Rings

    Delta 8 THC Blue Raz Gummy Rings

    THC White Chocolate bars

    If you are not interested in THC gummy rings and gummy bears, you can switch it up using THC White Chocolate bars. The bars are available in a 500 mg concentration, with each of the 15 possible servings containing 33.3mg of THC. In addition, the THC chocolate bars are infused with various flavours, such as Fruity Flakes and Cookies + Cream.

    No Cap Hemp Co's THC White Chocolate bars are widely available in various local and online stores in the UK. They are affordable and have numerous therapeutic properties, such as anxiety relief, alleviating inflammation, and improving mood. You do not need to worry about the legality of these tasty chocolate bars; they contain less than 0.3% delta-8 THC under the 2018 Farm Bill.

    Delta 8 THC White Chocolate Bars

    HHC Candy Comets Cotton Candy

    Crafted with the finest flavourings, these HHC (hexahydrocannabinol) sweets are worth every penny! The HHC Candy Comets cotton candy is available in a 500 mg concentration, ensuring a higher potency. Each pack contains 20 delicious HHC sweets that can be taken on the go. The sweets are also infused with a legal amount of THC (less than 0.3%) for your health and wellness needs.

    HHC sweets are popular because of their amazing taste. In addition, they are highly potent, affordable and user-friendly. You can easily take these HHC sweets to improve your mood, and sleep quality, relieve inflammation, and alleviate anxiety and stress.

    HHC Candy Comets Cotton Candy

    How does THC work in the body?

    THC binds to endocannabinoid receptors in the brain, which are part of a larger system known as the endocannabinoid system.

    The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is a complex modulatory system comprising numerous enzymes, receptors and neurotransmitters. It helps balance several body processes, including mood, sleep, metabolism and appetite.

    The ECS has two major receptors; CB1 receptors, abundant in the central nervous system, and CB2 receptors, mainly in the peripheral nervous system. THC binds directly to CB1 receptors, causing a euphoric effect which alters the user's normal functioning.

    Benefits of THC edibles

    Although the edibles are often used recreationally, studies suggest that THC edibles have numerous therapeutic properties, including:

    Pain relief

    According toVan de Donk et al. (2019), THC edibles have analgesic properties that relieve pain and inflammation in the muscles and joints. 

    THC binds directly to CB1 receptors, transmitting impulses to pain receptors and relieving inflammation and muscle aches. In addition, THC regulates the activity of various enzymes and neurotransmitters responsible for pain perception. For instance, THC enhances the activity of endorphins, which are the key neurotransmitters for pain


    Relieving anxiety

    McFadden et al. (2021) stated that THC edibles effectively relieve anxiety and stress due to their anti-anxiety properties.

    However, several factors determine the efficacy of THC in alleviating anxiety, such as the dosage, tolerance, and consumption method. Some studies suggest that higher doses of THC might induce anxiety and cause euphoria. Therefore, ensure you seek medical advice to know the right CBD edibles dosage.

    THC enhances the activity of stress-reducing hormones, such as serotonin and dopamine. Serotonin is a neurotransmitter that relieves anxiety and stress by reducing the cortisol levels in the body. On the other hand, dopamine is a neurotransmitter that transmits impulses between your brain and the nerve cells inside your brain. Some people call it the "feel-good" hormone; thus, higher dopamine levels alleviate anxiety and stress.

    Improving sleep

    According toKuhathasan et al. (2019), THC edibles improve sleep quality by enhancing the activity of sleep-inducing neurotransmitters, such as anandamide and melatonin.

    Studies suggest that anandamide regulates the sleep-wake cycle. Therefore, THC improves anandamide's function, consequently improving your sleep quality.

    Conversely, melatonin is a hormone that alerts your brain to fall asleep at night.

    Higher melatonin levels induce the brain to fall asleep quicker.

    Scoditti et al. (2022) stated that improved sleep helps improve cardiovascular health, reduce anxiety, and increase athletic performance.

    Improving stomach health

    Grimison et al. (2020) stated that THC edibles have anti-emetic properties which improve stomach and digestive health.

    Studies suggest that THC edibles may induce appetite, relieving medical conditions such as anorexia, an eating disorder that adversely affects appetite.

    THC edibles also improve digestive health by reducing inflammation and pain along the digestive walls. The edibles relieve vomiting and nausea, which can be caused by other medical conditions such as cyclic vomiting syndrome.

    However, more research is needed to understand fully how THC improves digestive health. Furthermore, various factors affect the efficacy of THC in relieving stomach health, including induvial tolerance and dosage. Consult your doctor before taking THC edibles to improve your stomach health.

    FAQs about THC edibles

    Are THC edibles legal in the US?

    THC edibles are legal in the US if they contain less than 0.3% THC per the 2018 Farm Bill. On the other hand, about 0.3% of THC substances are considered illegal since THC is still regarded as a Schedule 1 Drug due to its psychoactive effects.

    THC Gummy Bears vs THC Gummy Rings

    Although THC gummy rings and bears are forms of THC edibles, they differ in a few. For instance, gummy rings are larger compared to gummy bears. On the other hand, gummy bears are smaller, softer, and easily chewable. 

    In addition, THC gummy rings are circular, while THC gummy bears are bear-shaped.

    Gummy rings also contain a higher THC dosage since they are larger.

    The choice of THC edible would depend on your preference. THC gummy rings and gummy bears work effectively in the body, relieving anxiety and improving sleep quality

    What is CBD, and how does it compare to THC?

    CBD (cannabidiol) is a non-psychoactive chemical compound derived from hemp, a plant strain of the cannabis plant. Therefore, CBD does not alter the user's normal functioning.

    CBD and THC have several differences; for example, CBD binds indirectly with CB2 receptors, while THC binds directly with CB1 receptors. CBD also reduces the psychoactive effects of THC by reducing the efficacy of CB1 receptors.

    Moreover, CBD alleviates a wider range of medical conditions, including pain, anxiety, seizures, fatigue, and inflammation, while THC is often used for pain and anxiety relief and improving stomach health.

    How long do THC edibles take to kick in?

    THC edibles take about 30 minutes – 2 hours for the effects to kick in. However, this duration is not static and may vary depending on the product concentration and the user's tolerance, dosage and metabolism. 

    THC's therapeutic effects kick in faster in people with a higher metabolism since the compounds are broken down and absorbed into the bloodstream more quickly. Also, people with a higher body weight would require more CBD since CBD is a fat-soluble compound that can be stored in the body tissues.

    How to purchase THC edibles

    • Read the customer reviews to learn about product quality and the brand authenticity
    • Confirm whether third-party labs have tested the product.
    • Ensure the THC extract is obtained from organically grown hemp plants.
    • Read the product label carefully to understand the right dosage to consume. Inaddition, ensure the product does not contain inorganic ingredients such as heavy metals and pesticides.

    Can THC edibles interact with other medications?

    According toBrown&J. D. (2020), THC edibles may interact with other medications, affecting their efficacy and interfering with the metabolic processes in the liver.

    For instance, THC gummies and sweets may affect the activity of anticoagulants and blood thinners, inhibiting the blood clotting process. They may also alter the metabolic processes of calcium blockers and heart rhythm medications, increasing blood pressure.

    Moreover, THC might enhance or limit the activity of certain drugs. It can cause sedation by increasing the medication's sedative effects, such as opioids.

    Ensure you consult your doctor before taking THC edibles with other medication to prevent unwarranted side effects. 

    Side effects of THC edibles

    Studies suggest that THC may adversely affect muscle coordination, reaction time and balance. This may increase the possibility of accidents.

    THC may cause a spike in blood pressure, which may prove problematic for people with heart issues.

    Overconsumption of THC might cause vomiting, nausea, and loss of consciousness (in extreme cases)

    Sharpe et al. (2020) stated that higher levels of THC may cause anxiety, paranoia and discomfort. 

    How long do THC edibles last in the system?

    THC edibles can last in the system for about 4 -12 hours. However, this duration depends on the product dosage, individual tolerance and metabolism.

    Can pregnant women take THC edibles?

    Studies suggest that pregnant women should not consume THC edibles. Although THC edibles have numerous therapeutic benefits, doctors suggest they may affect the mother's health and fetal development.

    THC slows reaction time, judgement and coordination and may lead to injuries. In addition, THC can affect the placenta, causing it to enter the bloodstream, thus affecting the fetal nervous system.

    Remember to consult your doctor before taking THC edibles, especially if you are pregnant or nursing.

    Can THC edibles be used for medicinal purposes?

    Most people consume THC edibles for recreational purposes to improve mood and experience a "high" effect. 

    According toHenson et al. (2022), THC can alleviate depression and anxiety disorders. Furthermore, they are used to treat gastrointestinal issues and relieve muscle aches and inflammation. It is best to seek medical advice before using THC edibles for medicinal purposes. 


    THC edibles have grown more popular due to their delicious taste. They are user-friendly and are available in various concentrations and flavours. The edibles are available in numerous local and online stores at affordable prices. Moreover, the product can be efficiently shipped to your location.

    Studies suggest that THC edibles have anti-inflammatory properties that alleviate muscle aches and inflammation. They also alleviate anxiety and stress and improve mood. Most people use THC edibles recreationally to experience a "high" effect. The edibles are legalised since they contain less than 0.3% THC, in accordance with the 2018 Farm


    Ensure you seek medical advice before taking THC edibles, especially when pregnant or nursing. Also, avoid using THC edibles while taking other medication since the edibles interfere with metabolic reactions in the liver. It is important to purchase high-quality THC edibles by reading customer reviews, confirming the hemp source, and verifying whether third-party labs have tested the product.


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