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Fruitful Delivery is Relaunching

Hello everyone!

After evaluating and reevaluating the evolution of the cannabis industry since we launched Fruitful in 2014, we’ve deciding that it’s time to go nationwide! The 2018 U.S. Farm Bill legalized hemp and everything that you can get out of it that has less than .3% delta-9 THC. While this doesn’t sound ‘fun’ on face value, but we’ve figured out a gaping loophole from which everyone will benefit! We’ll write a more detailed version of this article for those of you who like details, but here are the nuts and bolts of it.

Delta-8 THC, when derived from legally grown hemp, is legal in all forms.

Delta 8 is awesome.

After about a year of product development and testing, we’ve found that most people agree that delta 8 thc is as good as, or even better, than delta 9. Delta 8 has the same medicinal properties as delta 9. D8 is also very psychoactive. The main difference is that delta 8 doesn’t cause anxiety and paranoia as readily as D9. D8 doesn’t make you as spacey and lazy as D9 can.

 

For a stoner, Delta 8 THC is a great change of pace or enhancer to your Delta 9 use. Mixing D8 with D9 can provide super custom experiences. While this is awesome, perhaps the most exciting thing about Delta 8 is that it offers ‘non-stoners’ the amazing opportunity to get THC therapy without the drawbacks of being a stoner 😛 (if that makes sense, then you get it!)

 

We encourage the non-stoner to try Better Than Nine’s 10mg Sour Fruit Gummies. They are delicious, but that’s not the point. These things will change every negative thing you’ve ever thought about cannabis edibles – IF YOU START BY ONLY TAKING 1. For only $25, you get 25 x 10mg gummies. They will get delivered right to your front door and it’s LEGAL in all 50 states! Don’t let the legal status fool you because they work. If you’re a beginner or have a low tolerance for THC edibles, take 1. Once you get the hang of it, take what you want. If you’re a pro, Better Than Nine also offers a 40mg Delta 8 THC gummy.

Use ‘launch25’ and get 25% off your first Better Than Nine order. Check it out at BetterThanNine.com

 

P.S. – Please excuse the mess and confusion on Fruitful Delivery’s website. We’re gonna get it cleaned up and smooth soon. While we get this cleaned up over here, the Better Than Nine team will take care of yall!

 

Thanks and we look forward to being your plug!

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Marijuana Versus Cannabis

What’s the difference between marijuana and cannabis?

As someone who’s been in the cannabis industry for nearly 20 years, this is one of those questions that gets forwarded to the department of redundancy.  However, due to cannabis’ mainstream attention as both a medicine and a recreational drug and the many conflicting messages about it, it’s important that industry experts set the record straight.

The simple answer to above question is ‘nothing.’

There is no difference between marijuana and cannabis.  It is only semantics.

“Cannabis” is the scientific name of the plant.  “Marijuana” is the Mexican Spanish version of the same word.

It is the same as “dog”, “canine”, and “perro.”  All these words mean “dog”, they are just different languages.

The cannabis industry uses ‘cannabis’ because it is the real, English word for the plant.  Not only is ‘marijuana’ Mexican slang, but the word also conjures negative connotations.  Unfortunately, many people still use ‘medical marijuana’ so you will continue to see this verbiage because we need potential clients to be able to find us.  That’s why you see us switching between ‘cannabis’ and ‘marijuana.’  We would only use ‘cannabis’ if it were prudent from a marketing and advertising perspective.

Now that we know that cannabis and marijuana is the same thing, let’s move on to a more controversial distinction…

The difference between medical cannabis and cannabis.

And the short answer is….nothing.

The long answer is…A LOT.

The process of cultivating, drying, curing and using medical cannabis is the same as it is for cannabis.  However, from a legal perspective, the difference is night and day.  For instance, in California, only medical cannabis is legal.  Any other use or cultivation is illegal.

Some people consider strains of cannabis with no psychoactive effects are medical and psychoactive strains are recreational.  IMO, this is a stupid distinction.

If we refused to call compounds that made you feel differently “medicinal”, then we wouldn’t able to call most medicines “medical.”  The purpose of medicine is to make you feel good, right.  You take aspirin because you want to hurting and feel good.

I believe that this distinction arose to appease conservative legislators who want to advocate for medical cannabis.  It is much easier to sell a non-psychoactive compound to uninformed constituents.  I am guilty of this.  I have given many presentations explaining that not all strains of cannabis will cause a high.  I also remind people that if you eat cannabis without heating it, you will get medicinal value without getting high.

Not all of my contemporaries appreciate that we are telling people the truth, but it’s easier that way.  My friend’s grandfather once told me, “Dan, if you always tell the truth, then you don’t have to remember anything you say.  And with how much you talk, I don’t think you can remember everything that comes out of your mouth.”  It took me a second to understand what he meant, but it turned out to be some of the best advice I’ve ever gotten.

Back to medical cannabis versus cannabis.  I believe all use of cannabis is medical, or at the very least, therapeutic.  Responsible use is good for the human body and brain.

I guess the easiest way to find out the difference between ‘cannabis use’, ‘medical cannabis use’, and ‘recreational cannabis use’ is to ask the user.  They’ll usually tell you right away.

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