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We at Moon Flower believe that knowledge is key. We want you to experience the maximum benefits that cannabinoids have to offer. Here are a few tips and tricks for finding the perfect dose and cannabinoid for you!

FDA Statement

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.



Consult your, physician, before use if you are pregnant or taking any medications.  Use of this product, may impact drug testing results.

FDA Statemet

Psychoactive Cannabinoids

By definition, a psychoactive substance is something that affects how the brain works and causes changes in mood, awareness, thoughts, feelings, or behavior.  The main and most prominent psychoactive molecule/cannabinoid in cannabis is Delta-9 THC (the THC that we all know and love).

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Psychoactive Cannabinoids
What is Delta-9 THC & How is it Legal?

Delta-9 THC is one of the sweetest things ever on planet earth. D9 is what we all know and love as good old-fashioned “marijuana.” Human-kind has been benefiting from (and thoroughly enjoying) this cannabinoid and all of its wonderful uses for centuries.  Delta 9 THC, is a major cannabinoid in the cannabis plant.   Under the 2018 Farm Bill, D9 THC is legal in hemp-derived products in concentrations <0.3% by dry weight. (We’re living through the marijuana prohibition, so this sucks, but we’ll take what we can get.) This means the more your product weighs, the more D9 THC can be present. Our Delta-9 THC products are derived from hemp and weigh more than most on the market. We use our products' dry weight to deliver legal, hemp-derived Delta 9 THC doses.

Delta 9 THC can be derived from both marijuana cannabis and hemp cannabis, but only Delta 9 derived from hemp is considered federally compliant. Many cannabinoids (like D8 THC) grow in the cannabis plant in such small amounts that it takes full chromatography machines to isolate that specific cannabinoid in large concentrations. However, Delta-9 THC is one of the main and most prominent cannabinoids in hemp/marijuana, making the extraction process much easier and more feasible.

If you’re looking for a wellness resource with abundant benefits to help you feel your best, Delta 9 could be the ticket.

Delta 9 THC impacts your endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS is a processing system that impacts a variety of bodily functions including your digestion, sleep and wake cycles, nervous system, and even your mood. The ECS is responsible for keeping your body in a healthy balance, and when you’re balanced, you’re more capable of achieving your everyday goals. 

What is Delta-9
Potential Benefits of Delta-9 THC
(these are not official medical claims and are not approved by the FDA)

Sleep support: Routine is crucial to the best sleep, and when a couple of Delta 9 enhances that nightly routine, you’ll get the most restful zzz’s possible.

A sense of calm: at the right dose, Delta-9 THC can decrease anxiety levels and settle the body.

Regulated mood: Delta-9 is known to present an uplifting experience, making it an amazing option for folks who struggle with depression or have trouble getting up and moving throughout their day.

Improved physical comfort: Delta-9 THC has been known to aid pain and daily physical discomforts for centuries


Nausea: Delta-9 could be a great option for folks who struggle with car sickness, digestive issues, hangovers or just a random stomach ache.


What is Delta-8?

Before choosing one of our carefully curated delta-8 doses, it is important to know and understand what you are taking.  Delta-8 is one of the many cannabinoids produced by cannabis.  It is only one molecule away from Delta-9 THC (the THC we all know and love), making the effects produced by Delta-8 very similar to Delta-9 THC. 

Delta-8 THC is psychoactive, meaning it produces a head & body change or ~high~. It has been known to carry many medicinal properties, including help with sleep, pain, anxiety, depression, nausea, and many other symptoms.  If you would like to know more about what Delta-8 THC is, check out this blog we wrote

Delta-8 THC vs Delta-9 THC

Delta 9 and Delta 8 are both THC cannabinoids, and are extremely similar in structure and effects. Delta 8 is so prominent right now in the cannabis industry because Delta-9 THC is written in the law as federally illegal. Isolating the Delta-8 cannabinoid in hemp plants is a way to get around the regulations, and has become the new wave of cannabis consumption in non-legal states.
Delta-9 is written in the law as illegal in concentrations at more than 0.3% by weight. So, if an edible weighs 10 grams, it can have 30 milligrams of D9 THC.

So, if they’re similar yet different, how do you navigate the dosages?

The Delta-9 is a bit more potent than Delta-8 but in its own way. The effects of Delta-8 don’t last as long as the effects of Delta-9. Delta-8 comes on faster, while Delta-9 comes on at a steady rate. Delta-9 is described as having more uplifting and euphoric effects, while Delta-8 is known for “couch-locking” and indica-like effects. In mild doses, this makes Delta-9 perfect for people that want to dose in the daytime (great for minimizing pain and anxiety), and in larger doses, great for getting stoned and watching Animal Planet. It’s the best of both worlds!

THC for Beginners & First-Timers

When you’re just starting to experiment with Delta-8 or Delta-9 THC, you may not experience the psychoactive effects right off the bat. Experts have different theories as to why this happens. But one of the most prominent theories states that in order for people to experience THC properly, they must first introduce it to their body repeatedly (3-4 times). Repeated use allows your body and mind to develop an understanding as to what it’s supposed to feel like. Experts call this a “sensitization period,” when THC interacts with the cannabinoids in your system a few times in order to activate them and to produce that ~high~ feeling. We also wanted to add your personal needs, the people you’re with, and your biology will have a hand in your overall experience with cannabis which is why it’s important to be patient and open-minded. Your dose is so SO important, to having a positive and beneficial experience when using cannabinoids. Start low, and move up slow— and if you’re a first-timer, be patient, let your body figure out what’s good, and give it a few tries before moving up! 

A Great Beginner Dose of THC:

We recommend our 10mg dose of Delta-8 or our 5mg dose of Delta-9 as a good starting point for beginners. This dose creates very mild and functional effects. If you are nervous, start with half and slowly work up. 

If You Take Too Much

Although THC is known for its euphoric effects and countless benefits, taking too much can sometimes warrant undesired effects. We have said before that THC seems to have anti-anxiety properties, but taking too much can create a paradoxical effect. This is related to its psychoactive properties, which some may be more sensitive to than others. THC can have mind-altering effects. These effects can make some people feel uncomfortable, especially in larger doses. While many people use THC for its cerebral effects, some may experience an altered state of consciousness after taking too much. This can result in hyper-awareness, difficulty staying on a train of thought, and/or paranoia.

If you do experience these adverse effects, they will only last for a small period of time. We recommend turning on some soothing tunes, taking some CBD (known for alleviating the negative effects sometimes caused by THC), and drinking a sugary cup of coffee (caffeine/sugar is supposed to help). And just know that of all the years of THC use, not a single person has ever not recovered from taking too much. Just ride it out, and you will be better shortly. ❤️
Here are some other potential side effects:
•dry mouth
•Dry eyes
•A failed drug test
•And feeling too happy— yes, you may get extreme giggles 😉🌈

What is Delta-8?
Dosage Advice
If You Take Too Much

Non-Psycoactive Cannabinoids
(CBD, CBG, CBN, and many more)

(These are not official medical claims). Non-psychoactive cannabinoids, such as CBD, CBG, CBN, CBDA, are excellent tools for the potential relief of a variety of symptoms. Each cannabinoid carries its unique set of potential benefits. At Moon Flower, we primarily carry CBD and CBG but are constantly expanding to offer a variety of cannabinoid combinations. Click the link below for a comprehensive list of cannabinoids and their benefits.​


The Magic of CBD

CBD is not psychoactive. It does not change a person’s state of mind when using it. However, it may produce significant changes in the body, showing some excellent medicinal benefits. All cannabinoids affect the body by interacting with cannabinoid receptors, which form part of the endocannabinoid.

The body produces two receptors:

CB1 receptors are present throughout the body, particularly in the brain. They coordinate movement, pain, emotion, mood, thinking, appetite, memories, and other functions.
CB2 receptors are more common in the immune system. They affect inflammation and pain. THC attaches to CB1 receptors, but CBD stimulates the receptors so that the body produces its own cannabinoids, known as endocannabinoids.

Here are just a few things that CBD is known (these are not official medical claims and are not approved by the FDA)  for helping:

  • chronic pain

  • arthritis or joint pain

  • anxiety and depression

  • sleep disorder

  • migraine

  • cluster and other headaches

  • post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

  • nausea

  • cancer

  • allergies or asthma

  • epilepsy and other seizure disorders

  • multiple sclerosis (MS)

  • lung conditions

  • Parkinson’s disease

  • Alzheimer’s disease

Want to know even more? Check out this link!

About CBG 
(these are not official medical claims and are not approved by the FDA)

Like every other member of the cannabinoid family, CBG interacts with the endocannabinoid receptors (both CB1 and CB2) to stimulate their response. These receptors play an active role in regulating cognitive activities like appetite, pain response, mood, and internal balance.


Information from recent findings shows how CBG  prefers to bind to CB2 receptors. The CB2 receptors are expressed in the immune system, where they play regulatory roles in how our immune system responds to diseases.

Here are some of the specific symptoms that CBG is known to relieve  (these are not official medical claims):

-Digestive Issues



-Relief for neurodegenerative diseases

-Crohns disease

Dosing CBD + CBG

Our Moon Flower gummy collection features three easily-dosed options, including 10mg, 25mg, and 50mg.

If you have never tried cannabinoids before and want to "get your feet wet" in the cannabis world, our 10mg CBD gummies are a great starting point. Because 10mg is considered a very low dose of CBD, we recommend moving up to 25mg 1-2 weeks after getting accustomed to the 10mg dose. At Moon Flower, we believe that a minimum of 25mg of CBD, daily and consistently, is key to relieving most mild to medium symptoms or 50mg for more severe cases. 

When you take your CBD dose or doses is entirely dependent upon your symptoms, daily routines, and desired outcomes.

Non-Psycoactive Cannabinoids
Dosing CBD + CBG
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Tincture Dosage Break Down

All of our tinctures are shipped with a dosage reference card that breaks down dosage recommendations and how your tincture works!  You can also find that information below!

250mg Sample Tincture

Offers 25mg Doses (per dropper)

10ml Bottle

750mg Tincture

Offers 25mg Doses (per dropper)

30ml Bottle

1500mg Tincture

Offers 50mg Doses (per dropper)

30ml Bottle

1000mg Tincture


Offers 33mg Doses (per dropper)

30ml Bottle




Offers 10mg Doses (per dropper)

10ml Bottle


Offers 20mg Doses (per dropper)

30ml Bottle

Tincture Breakdown
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