Delta 10 Disposable Vapes

You’re a seasoned pro when it comes to Delta 9 and you’ve tried Delta 8, now it’s time to give the latest minor cannabinoid, Delta 10 a go! Available for purchase online, Delta 10 disposable vapes are a great option for those who can’t get their hands on legal dry herb or dabs, but still want to get blazed. Derived from federally legal hemp plants just like CBD, the psychoactive compound is getting increasingly popular across the U.S. for its smooth, mellow high.

What are Delta 10 disposable vapes?

While traditional joints and water bongs are still very popular ways to consume cannabis for those living the 420 life, there’s no denying that vaporizers are trending. This comes at no surprise since vaporizers are ultra discreet, convenient, travel-friendly, and don’t require a lighter or rolling skills, all aspects that fit right into the modern stoner’s lifestyle. Vape pens can be categorized into two main groups, disposables and non-disposable vapes. The latter category is reserved for vaporizers that have rechargeable batteries and can be refilled with e-juice, vape carts, or other cannabis products like dabs or legal dry herb. Disposable vapes are meant to be used until they’re empty and then discarded. Unlike normal cannabis oil vape pens, Delta 10 disposable vapes are filled with Delta 10 oil extracted from legal hemp plants. This means that dispensaries aren’t the only ones that can sell a delta 10 disposable. Online retailers like EF420 can also sell this type of vape pen.

What is Delta 10?

You’ve heard of the most sought after cannabinoid, Delta 9, so what is Delta 10? This compound is naturally produced by cannabis plants in very trace amounts. Delta 10 will get you high, but it is less potent than Delta 9, and is most commonly compared to Delta 8 (another cannabinoid found in trace amounts). All three cannabinoids (Delta 8, 9, and 10) are isomers, so they have a very similar chemical makeup. Most Delta 10 compounds are procured by first extracting CBD from legal hemp plants in accordance with the 2018 Farm Bill. The CBD oil then undergoes various chemical reactions to create alternative cannabinoids like Delta 8 or Delta 10. It is a very long, complicated, and expensive process that results in a highly refined cannabis extract. At this point, you’re probably thinking, why would anyone go through all this trouble? The answer is simple, these alternative cannabinoids are federally legal if extracted from legal hemp plants. This means any adult in the United States has access to Delta 8 and Delta 10 products (unless there are restrictions at the state level), even in states that have not legalized recreational cannabis use. It’s a genius work around.

What is the difference between Delta 10 disposable vapes and Delta 10 cartridges?

A Delta 10 disposable vape pen is pre-filled with Delta 10 oil and fully charged so that it’s ready to smoke as soon as you open up the package. As mentioned earlier, all disposables are designed to be smoked until they’re empty and then discarded. There’s no need to handle messy e-juice refills or wait for it to charge, and the best part is that unlike bongs and dry herb vapes, there’s absolutely no clean up needed. A Delta 10 disposable cartridge is used just like a normal vape cart. You’ll need a vape battery (the body of the vape) such as a 510 battery or vape mod that’s compatible with cannabis oil cartridges. The vape battery is rechargeable and reusable. Just insert a Delta 10 disposable cartridge into a fully charged vape battery and puff away until the cartridge is empty, then discard and insert a new one! Both are great options, but many stoners feel that a Delta 10 disposable cartridge with a rechargeable vape battery is able to produce larger and denser vapor clouds and are less likely to clog up. Here are a few advantages of each:

Delta 10 disposable cartridge advantages

  • Option to use vape battery of choice such as one with a longer lasting and more powerful battery.
  • Typically produces massive, dense vapor clouds due to smokers choosing a more powerful battery.
  • Rechargeable and reusable vape pens are better for the environment with less (potentially toxic) trash headed to the landfills.
  • Ability to customize by mixing and matching vape batteries with different Delta 10 disposable cartridges.

Delta 10 disposable vape pen advantages

  • Super convenient to use. Smokers literally just take a hit right out of the package.
  • No need to carry around messy e-juice for refilling or a charging cable.
  • Zero heat up time.
  • Discreet, small size and no clean up.

What do Delta 10 disposable vapes taste like?

Almost all Delta 10 disposable vapes have added terpenes to supplement the natural cannabis strain flavor. Terpenes are found naturally in all plants including cannabis and produce the plant’s scent, flavor, and sometimes even color. It’s also common to see combination vape pens that contain Delta 10 in addition to THC-O, Delta 8, or other alternative cannabinoids. Both Delta 8 and Delta 10 distillate have a very similar flavor. If there are no added terpenes to boost the flavor, the taste is very subtle, so don’t expect a strong cannabis flavor like normal live resin disposable vapes. Manufacturers use terpenes to create a flavor to match the strain. For example, a Super Lemon Haze Delta 10 disposable vape pen (a popular sativa cannabis strain) will be enhanced with terpenes to produce a stronger lemon and citrus flavored vapor. Overall, the taste comes from the addition of natural terpenes and not from the Delta 10 itself. Be wary of any Delta 10 disposable that contains artificial flavoring or any other additives besides cannabinoids and terpenes.

Benefits and effects of using Delta 10 disposable vapes

Like other cannabis products, Delta 10 can be consumed in a variety of ways including as an edible, distillate, tinctures, or as a vape pen. Each method has slightly different effects and benefits. Most stoners who use Delta 10 disposable vapes report feeling predominately a head high with some body high effects as well. Delta 8 on the other hand is said to have more of a true body high with very little mental stimulation. Both of their effects are described as mellow and relaxing rather than a sudden, overwhelming high that smoking weed can sometimes produce. Delta 10 users also say that the minor cannabinoid has less side effects than regular Delta 9. For example, it doesn’t cause paranoia or anxiety like Delta 9 can sometimes do. After smoking a Delta 10 disposable vape pen, the effects are known to creep up slowly, so it’s best to take it slow. For an immediate, hard hitting high, try Delta 10 dabs. When starting out with Delta 10 disposables, take a puff or two and then give it at least 5 to 10 minutes to kick in before deciding whether or not to go for another hit. While similar, your tolerance to Delta 10 may be different.

Delta 10 disposable vape benefits:

  • Can be purchased online or at smoke shops, there’s no need to visit a dispensary.
  • Less chance of experiencing paranoia or anxiety when blazed.
  • Very convenient and great for travel or smoking while on the go.
  • It’s legal for all U.S. adults to smoke at the federal level.
  • Lots of different flavors and cannabis strains to keep things interesting.

Delta 10 disposable vape effects:

  • The high slowly builds and will creep up on you if you aren’t careful.
  • Delta 10 effects are comparable to a mild indica strain.
  • Well rounded effects that aren’t overpowering.
  • Smokers feel uplifted, mellow, and relaxed.
  • It’s mainly a cerebral high that’s complemented with a moderate body high.
  • Less potent than normal Delta 9 THC.
  • Known to have fewer negative side effects like overwhelming euphoria, anxiety, or paranoia.

Are Delta 10 disposable vapes safe? 

No alternative cannabinoids (Delta 8, 10, etc.) have been evaluated or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Thus, these products are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease and its efficiency has not been reviewed by the FDA. With that being said, all of our Delta 10 disposable vapes and other alternative cannabinoid products for sale have been 3rd party lab tested for safety and purity. Each product page has a link to the certificate of analysis produced by the testing facility, which contains a full cannabinoid analysis that breaks down each cannabinoid tested for with its potency and quantity for a full understanding of what the vape oil contains. Impurities such as heavy metals, mycotoxins, pesticides, residual solvents from the extraction process, foreign material, and microbial contamination are also tested for. As always, consult with your healthcare provider prior to starting a new therapeutic regime.

How long will Delta 10 disposable vapes last?

There are a lot of variables to consider when determining how long a Delta 10 disposable will last. It really depends on how much you smoke per day, which includes how many puffs, how long each hit is, how potent the oil is, and the size of the Delta 10 disposable cartridge. Most Delta 10 disposable vapes come in 0.5 gram and 1 gram cartridges. A 1 gram vape cart usually produces around 100 3-second hits. This equates to roughly 15-20 days worth of vaping if you take 5-7 hits per day. A single dose for novice smokers is roughly 5 mg of Delta 10, so a 0.5 gram vape cart contains 100 doses, while a 1 gram vape cartridge has 200 doses. Of course, more seasoned 420 enthusiasts with a higher tolerance may have half the amount of doses or less. Overall, expect each 0.5 gram Delta 10 disposable to last a week to 10 days, while a 1 gram cart will last double that amount of time.

How to properly vape Delta 10 Disposables?

Delta 10 disposable vapes are super easy to use, even your grandma can do it! Since the vaporizer is fully charged before it’s packaged, all you need to do is open it up, remove the mouthpiece cover, and take a rip. Disposable vape pens sometimes need a short priming puff to get it started up. Hitting a vape pen is a little different than smoking a joint or cigarette. Take a slow and steady inhale to accumulate the smoke. An average inhale is usually around 3 to 5 seconds long. When not in use, try to store the Delta 10 disposable upright, which helps to prevent it from clogging. This can happen when cannabis oil residue builds up in the airway portion of the mouthpiece, so it’s best to wipe it down and give it a quick cleaning every once in a while to keep it working smoothly.

Are Delta 10 disposable vapes eco?

Delta 10 disposable vapes are not as eco-friendly as reusable vape pens that utilize a rechargeable battery. As the name suggests, disposable vaporizers are meant for one time use and need to be discarded since they aren’t meant to be refilled with cannabis oil. Most vaporizers use lithium ion batteries that are powerful, long-lasting, and small. These are the same type of batteries used in laptops, cellphones, and tablets. Lithium ion batteries are actually somewhat better for the environment than other types of batteries since they contain less toxic metals, but the single use aspect still puts them in the not eco-friendly category. If you’re worried about your environmental footprint, a more eco-friendly option is to choose a vape battery like a universal 510 battery that is compatible with a Delta 10 disposable cartridge. The battery is rechargeable and reusable, and just the vape cart needs to be disposed of and swapped out when empty, reducing the amount of trash headed to the landfill. Another option is to purchase a refillable vape cartridge. These empty vape carts can be reused over and over again. Just fill it up with e-juice or cannabis oil when it runs low and it’s like having a brand new vape! If you always keep a Delta 10 disposable cartridge or a container of e-juice on you, you’ll never find yourself dry and desperately looking for a smoke shop. Just remember to also carry a USB charging cable because you will need to recharge your vape pen when the battery runs low.

What should you do with Delta 10 disposable vapes when empty?

Delta 10 disposable vapes, rechargeable vape batteries, and vape pods or carts should not be thrown away in the trash can since it can harm the environment. It’s not just the vape battery itself that you need to worry about, it’s also the Delta 10 vape liquid (or worse, nicotine e-juice) that can cause serious problems. Be sure to dispose of your vape pens and the liquid properly by recycling it at a place like TerraCycle or drop it off at your local Hazardous Materials Management Facility (HMMF). Vape liquid is only meant to be vaporized and inhaled, not eaten or touched and absorbed through the skin, which can be toxic. To make the process simpler, collect all of your empty vape carts, batteries, and disposables in a sealed bag or container stored in a cool place like in a closet or cupboard and send them in to be recycled all at once.

FAQ

Are Delta 10 disposable vapes legal?

The answer is yes…and no. Despite loopholes in the 2018 Farm Bill that allows for legal hemp plant extracts such as CBD, minor cannabinoids like Delta 10 are in somewhat of a legal gray area. They are technically legal at the federal level, thus also making it legal nationwide, even in states that have not legalized recreational cannabis, however some states have created their own rules and regulations for alternative cannabinoids. Delta 8 was the first minor cannabinoid to become widespread in the U.S., and most of these state laws were created to regulate it. Since Delta 10 is somewhat newer, there are few laws specifically for Delta 10. To err on the safe side, most Delta 10 manufacturers and online retailers like EF420 won’t ship Delta 10 disposable vapes to any state that has rules and regulations that are unclear. What makes matters even more confusing is that some states that have banned Delta 8 and Delta 10 have legalized recreational and medical cannabis use, so just because you can purchase and smoke weed legally, you may not be able to purchase products with minor cannabinoids. We currently do not ship Delta 10 products to the following states:

  • Alaska
  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • Colorado
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • Kentucky
  • Idaho
  • Iowa
  • Michigan
  • Mississippi
  • Montana
  • North Dakota
  • New York
  • Rhode Island
  • Utah
  • Vermont
  • Washington

Is there an age requirement to purchase Delta 10 disposable vapes?

Since Delta 10 sits in a weird legal space, it comes at no surprise that there are no federal laws stating the minimum age requirement to purchase Delta 10 or any other minor cannabinoid products. Many retailers only sell Delta 10 disposables to adults that are 18 years and older. However some states and retailers have decided to set their own minimum age requirements at 19 or 21, which often coincides with the age to buy weed in legal states. First check local laws to see if your state has banned the sale and use of Delta 10 products, then see if the minimum age is 18, 19, or 21 years of age. Unfortunately not all of the U.S. is on the same page when it comes to any type of cannabis product, from weed to Delta 8 and Delta 10. The differences between federal, state, and local regulations can make remaining within the law confusing  and difficult for consumers. Do your own research and remember that not all states that have legalized cannabis have legalized Delta 10, though the minimum age requirement is usually the same for all cannabis products, but can differ from cigarettes and other tobacco products.

Can you take Delta 10 disposable vapes on a plane?

It may seem surprising since there seems to be more and more rules these days, but any type of vaporizer is allowed on a plane. So bring those Delta 10 disposable vapes on your next trip but don’t forget to take it out of your carry-on bag when you’re headed out of the country. Not everyone is as lenient with cannabis as the U.S. and this can cause serious legal issues. Haven’t you ever seen Locked Up Abroad? According to the T.S.A., vaporizers, vape batteries, disposable vapes, and atomizers are not allowed in check-in bags and must be properly packed in carry-on bags only. This is because the lithium ion batteries within the Delta 10 disposable vapes are a fire hazard. But don’t be tempted to give it a quick hit in the airplane bathroom. Just like lighting a cigarette, puffing on a vape is also a federal offense. Normal cannabis vape pens shouldn’t be packed in luggage at all since it is still listed as a Schedule 1 drug and is federally illegal. Again, Delta 10 derived from legal hemp is in a weird legal gray area and is technically federally legal, but you shouldn’t push your luck.

Do Delta 10 disposable vapes appear on a drug test?

Yes, it will appear on a drug test for weed and you will fail it. Despite being more widely accepted in society and legalized in many U.S. states, some employers still require their employees to be drug tested, either to abide by their own organizational rules or to comply with federal and state laws. Stoners often have lots of questions about newer hemp-derived cannabinoids like Delta 10 and one of the most popular is if it will make them fail a drug test for weed. Most of these drug tests are looking for tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) from cannabis and it does not distinguish between different types. Minor cannabinoids like Delta 8 and Delta 10 are isomers of Delta 9 (the most common THC), so they have an identical molecular makeup, but just in a different arrangement. Since they are so similar in chemical structure, smoking a Delta 10 disposable vape pen regularly will build up a tolerance and linger in the body and make you fail a drug test for weed. These drug tests show a positive or negative answer similar to a pregnancy test and will not inform the tester of the type of cannabis product you’re using, despite Delta 10 and other minor cannabinoids being legal federally.

How to check the quality of Delta 10 disposable vapes?

Not all vape pens are created equal and that goes for a Delta 10 disposable too. Since the concentrate is being inhaled, it’s important to check the quality and safety of each and every vape you purchase. First, be sure that the Delta 10 oil is derived from legal hemp plants so it’s federally compliant. Only choose vaporizers that contain cannabis or cannabis and terpenes. Be sure that there are no additives, flavorings, or preservatives. Then ask the shop or check online to see the certificate of analysis from a 3rd-party testing lab. At a bare minimum, the Delta 10 distillate should be tested for its cannabinoid make up, potency, and harmful contaminants such as heavy metals and pesticides. Since Delta 10 and other cannabinoids aren’t regulated as heavily as weed, it’s important for smokers to check the lab results for themselves prior to purchasing a Delta 10 disposable vape pen or any other minor cannabinoid product. To view the lab results for our products, click the “certificate of analysis” link, which will allow you to view the full test results.

How long does it take for Delta 10 disposables to kick in?

When it comes to smoking and vaping, it’s always best to start out slow since potency can vary widely. While less potent than Delta 9, you will get blazed from Delta 10. The alternative cannabinoid tends to produce a high that slowly builds and will creep up on you if you’re not careful. Take one or two hits from a Delta 10 disposable vape pen and wait to see its effects before taking any more hits. Delta 10 disposables can take anywhere from 5 to 15 minutes to kick it. Just like when smoking weed, the time it takes for the high to kick in can be different for different people and even for the same person on a different day or time. Delta 10 edibles or tinctures will take longer to kick in, but will last a lot longer than a vaporizer. For the strongest, most immediate high, try dabbing Delta 10 concentrates in a dab pen or dab rig.