Our THCa disposables contain 100% live resin and are uncut! They are perfect for those seeking a true cannabis flavor and effect. Most alternatives for THCa on the market use terpenes combined together in an attempt to emulate the plant versus just being fully extracted from the plant as ours are. This difference has a profound impact on the taste, effect, and overall quality of the product.
The Daytrip effect blend is best for daytime, social, and active occasions. If you want a more relaxing or neutral effect, check out our Knockout and Anytime options for this product.
For THCa vapes and disposables, we sell both a THCa blend and this listing for THCa Uncut. Uncut means there is only the live resin and nothing else. This gives a fuller and longer lasting high compared to the blended products. Fuller can be confusing to understand, but imagine listening to your favorite song on a small speaker versus studio speakers where you not only hear the sound but feel it.
Why Our THCa Disposables
If you care about the quality of the overall taste and effect, if you care about the safety of the product, if you care about buying from ethical humans who make good things with high standards and your best interest at heart- then there’s no other place to go.
Our THCa dispos are meticulously formulated with plant science and precision. We take pride in the things we create and do extensive R&D before each product launch to ensure we are making a superior product. We are one of the only companies in our space with a full-time product development team!
How Powerful is THCa?
The potency of THCa, or tetrahydrocannabinolic acid, comes down to what percent of it is present in the product.
If a product contains 10% vs 70%, it is obvious that 70% will be stronger. The true question is really, “How Much THCa Do I Need to Feel Really High vs a Light High?”.
The answer to that question comes down to three factors: your tolerance level, if the product actually contains the percentage of THCa it claims to contain (many don’t), and whether or not the product contains other ingredients that will get you high (or even impede the high as CBD will).
For the average person, a percentage of 20-60% will be more than enough to feel the effects.
That being said, a vape product containing 20% THCa will require more puffs than a product containing 60% THCa, to get the same intensity of effect. From there, we have to consider if there is Delta 8 or other psychoactive compounds that would enhance the THCa and overall psychoactivity of the product. It’s worth noting that many THCa products actually only contain a very small amount of THCa and are mostly Delta 8 (read your label and COAs). This is not the case with ours, however.
The Important Text
This product is made under federal restriction and is Farm Bill compliant to be consumed in states where cannabis is not yet legalized since it is considered a hemp product. This does not mean the quality or effect is less than nor that the product is unsafe. Contact us if you’d like more detail, we are happy to clarify!
We understand that choosing the right product can be overwhelming, with countless options available. While you could spend hours researching or settle for the cheapest alternative, we invite you to try our offerings and save yourself valuable time.
We prioritize excellence over being the cheapest because we believe in delivering the best quality while keeping our products competitively priced, ensuring accessibility for all.
Instead of extensive research, simply give us a call. We prioritize people and will genuinely guide you if our products don’t meet your needs. Our team comprises experts from the cannabis industry who combine their knowledge, innovation, and scientific advancements to create exceptional products. When you choose us, you place your trust in us, and we strive to exceed your expectations consistently.
100% MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE
We stand behind our products with a 100% money-back guarantee. If you don’t love it, simply send it back. However, we value your feedback and consider it invaluable in our pursuit of continuous improvement. Our product development team is eager to learn from your experiences and ensure we consistently meet your needs.
Our mission is simple: to do right by people and create excellent things. We appreciate your trust and the opportunity to serve you. Give us a try, and let us demonstrate our commitment to providing you with an exceptional experience.
What is THCa?
Tetrahydrocannabinolic acid, commonly known as THCa, is a cannabinoid found in raw, unheated cannabis plants and it is the acidic precursor to Delta 9 THC. Delta 9 THC is the well-known psychoactive compound responsible for the “high” associated with cannabis consumption. THCa itself is non-psychoactive and needs to undergo decarboxylation, a process triggered by heat, to convert it into THC and induce a psychoactive effect. Beyond its psychoactive potential, THCa has gained attention for its non-intoxicating properties, with early research suggesting various health benefits.
Can THCa Cause a High?
In short, yes, but let’s dive deeper into that response.
In its natural state, cannabis and CBD plants contain THCa (tetrahydrocannabinolic acid) rather than THC (delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol). THCa is not psychoactive, meaning it doesn’t induce the typical “high” associated with cannabis use. This is because THCa lacks the ability to bind to the cannabinoid receptors in the brain, which are crucial for producing psychoactive effects.
However, when subjected to heat (such as through smoking, vaporization, or cooking), a chemical reaction known as decarboxylation occurs. This process involves the removal of a carboxyl group from THCa, transforming it into THC. The newly formed THC can now bind to cannabinoid receptors, particularly the CB1 receptors in the brain, leading to the psychoactive effects commonly associated with consuming cannabis.
Is THCa Legal?
Under language in the 2018 Farm Bill it is legal to sell THCa.
This being said many states have their own laws regarding what is and isn’t allowed and these laws are subject to change over time. For this reason, it is our recommendation that you start by understanding your state’s local laws if you are unsure about the legality of this product. We keep an updated list with our attorney and will work to ensure our site is up to date with changing legislation but cannot guarantee it will always be the most current and therefore recommend contacting your states governing agency to ensure compliance.