What difference does water-solubility make?
MARBLE’s products are all water-soluble. As a result, the compounds in our formulas mix much more quickly and effectively with the water-based bloodstream, leaving you with a more potent, fast-acting, and cost-effective cannabinoid experience.
How much should I take of Marble’s Products?
Every person has a different reaction to psychoactive THC. It’s best to start low and grow! We recommend starting with only ½ a serving and increasing from there, if necessary.
How quickly will I feel the effects of Marble products?
Expect to start feeling the effects of Marble products within 5-15 minutes.
I’ve heard of "nano" products before. What makes Marble special?
There are two distinctions of nano products, “top-tier nano” and “inferior nano”. A vast majority of the products on the market that claim to be nano are truly “inferior nano”. “Inferior nano” products are known for having larger particle sizes, poor stability, and ingredients which aren’t generally recognized as safe. Marble took great care into creating the perfect top-tier nano product with an unmatched particle size (for greater potency and rapid onset time), that won’t break down on you, and is formulated with clean-label, GRAS ingredients.
How long do the effects last?
Depending on the person and dose, effects should last around 2-3 hours. We recommend waiting 30 minutes after your initial dose before deciding to supplement it or not.
What is the difference between delta-8 THC and delta-9 THC?
With similar effects that customers love, the main factor that differentiates Delta-8 from Delta-9 is that Delta-8 is derived from the hemp plant (and therefore legal), whereas Delta-9 THC is derived from marijuana (and therefore accessible only in legalized states). Otherwise, their effects are, anecdotal reports suggest, largely the same. Delta-8 offers a clear-headed high that some consumers even prefer over its marijuana-derived counterpart.
How should I take Marble Products?
Marble products are built with advanced nanotechnology, allowing for water-soluble properties. This means you can cook with them, infuse them into a drink, or take them as a tincture.
What is delta-8 THC?
Delta 8 is a hemp-derived analogue of Delta-9 THC, the compound responsible for the high associated with marijuana consumption. This translates to a nearly identical recreational experience in a legal, fast-acting format that makes the effects of Delta 8 accessible to all.
What is THC-O?
Customers love THCO because it offers nearly identical effects to Delta 9 THC from marijuana–if not more potent, euphoric, and intense. Thus THCO is believed to provide effects highly similar to the “high” produced by Delta 9 THC in marijuana–the main differences between the two are their botanical origins (THCO is derived from hemp, rather than marijuana) and their potency, with THCO speculated to yield exponentially stronger effects.
THCO is also suggested, according to anecdotal reports, to offer a “high” with unique aspects that consumers won’t necessarily achieve with Delta 9 THC. Though speculative, anecdotal reports are emerging calling THCO the “psychedelic cannabinoid” because of its effects on perception, thought, and perspective. In other words, THCO may offer a more invigorating, thoughtful, mentally-active–and involved–high than marijuana. It is also known to produce a high degree of euphoria.
What is the difference between THCO and delta-8 THC?
Those looking for a milder high, accompanied by reduced discomfort and sharp focus, may gravitate towards Delta 8, while those looking for a euphoric, invigorating mental experience–accompanied by bodily relaxation, without sedation–may prefer THCO, which is more similar to and more potent than marijuana.
What is HHC and how does it compare to Delta 9 THC?
HHC is a hemp-derived cannabinoid that produces a “high” with psychoactive effects similar to those of Delta 9 THC–the active compound in marijuana. The two differ mainly in terms of botanical origins and legal status. Delta 9 THC is derived from marijuana, and therefore accessible only to those in the few legal states where recreational marijuana has been legalized.
HHC, however, is derived from hemp, making the same recreational experience–and therapeutic benefits–accessible to all.
In terms of effects, HHC is similar to marijuana in that it induces a pleasant, psychoactive “high” in body and mind, combining full-body relief with euphoria and an overall sense of emotional wellbeing.