Delta 8 THC Vape Carts

Experience the ultimate in convenience and luxury with our premium Delta 8 THC vape carts. Our carts are made with the highest quality Delta 8 THC distillate and natural terpenes, resulting in a smooth and flavorful vaping experience.

Choose from our range of strains with unique terpene profiles and flavors to find the perfect cart for your needs.

Hemp-extracted delta 8 carts have revolutionized the US vaping market. For the first time since DC introduced cannabis prohibition, most American consumers could enjoy a legal and slightly psychoactive vaping experience. Even though delta 8 carts aren't as extreme as delta 9 e-juices, they offer a more accessible way to feel THC's effects without disobeying the DEA. 

JustKana loves the extra options delta 8 carts offer our customers. People who want a more intense hit versus CBD vape carts should review all of the flavors in our delta 8 vape cart catalog. Just bear in mind that a few puffs of delta 8 THC carts will send you flying in minutes! 

What Are Delta 8 THC Vape Carts?

Delta 8 vape carts are containers that hold a pre-measured amount of liquid delta 8 THC extract. Unlike a delta 8 oil, the e-liquid in delta 8 carts can handle the intense heat in a vape pen. Like other vape cartridges, delta 8 vape carts usually snap onto vaporizers with 510 threaded batteries. 

Since delta 8 is the central substance in these vape carts, you may be wondering how it differs from other cannabinoids. Well, when you compare delta 8 THC with CBD, the former is more psychoactive. Similar to delta 9 THC, delta 8 THC lands on our brain's CB1 receptors. After delta 8 interacts with our endocannabinoid system, it tends to induce a "high" sensation similar to relaxing indica-dominant strains. 

Most recent research suggests delta 8 isn't as intoxicating as delta 9 THC. In fact, New York researchers found that it's less likely delta 8 vapers will experience paranoia versus delta 9 smokers. While this doesn't mean delta 8 is "risk-free," it suggests delta 8 carts offer a milder experience versus delta 9.

How Do Delta 8 Vape Carts Work?

Unless the manufacturer says otherwise, delta 8 carts should work like other standard e-juice vape cartridges. As long as you have a compatible pen with a 510 threaded battery, you could snap a delta 8 cart near the heating unit (aka the atomizer). 

After you turn your vape pen on, the battery will energize the atomizer, which in turn heats the delta 8 extract in your cartridge. The resultant vapor travels through your vape pen to a mouthpiece. After you breathe this delta-8 vapor in, it will go directly into your lungs, which often results in an immediate "high" sensation. 

JustKana's delta 8 carts work on vape pens with 510 threaded batteries. If you're unsure whether your vaporizer is compatible with our delta 8 carts, we'd suggest contacting the official manufacturer. You could also reach out to JustKana at for assistance.

Are Delta 8 Vape Carts Safe?

Because delta 8 carts are so new, many customers have concerns about their safety profile. Plus, the fact that many states banned delta 8 also doesn't help its mainstream reputation.

In truth, healthy adults can usually tolerate low or moderate doses of delta 8 vape carts. Most recent reports suggest delta 8 carts aren't as psychoactive as delta 9 products. Yes, delta 8 carts have psychoactive properties, but these don't seem to be exceptionally risky if vapers know their tolerance level.

Most people who have issues with delta 8 carts vape too much in one session. Since vaping is the most direct way to experience delta 8 THC, you must proceed with caution. Only take one puff of your delta 8 vape cart and wait at least 25 minutes to experience results. 

New users should stick with just one puff of delta 8 e-juice to avoid potential side effects. Please slowly increase your dosage with each session as you build up your THC tolerance. 

It's also essential to mention that many customers who complain of side effects are using inferior delta 8 carts. Please remember the FDA doesn't oversee the current delta 8 vape market. Unfortunately, many companies sell delta 8 carts that don't meet high-quality purification standards.

To ensure you'll have a clean delta 8 vaping experience, you have to work with companies that offer transparent lab testing. For instance, JustKana sends third-party Certificates of Analysis with our delta 8 vape carts. These tests verify there are no heavy metals, pesticides, or other harmful chemicals in the final product. 

How Long Does a Delta 8 Cart Last?

How long a delta 8 vape cart lasts depends on a few factors. First, how often do you use your vape pen? Second, how much vape juice is in your delta 8 cart? Third, how long do you draw when you're vaping your delta 8 cart? 

Generally, a 900 mg delta 8 vape cart could last a few weeks if users take a "microdose" daily. However, heavy delta 8 vapers may only get three or four days out of a 900 mg delta 8 vape cart. 

The only way to know how long your delta 8 vape cart lasts is to keep excellent notes on your phone or in a journal. Every time you use your delta 8 cart, write down how many draws you took and how many seconds you inhaled. Also, don't forget to record the total fluid ounces in your delta 8 cart. Once you finish vaping your delta 8 e-juice, you'll have a great sense of how long it lasts. 

How Much Delta 8 Is In Each Cart?

Each delta 8 vape cart in JustKana's catalog has 900 mg of pure delta 8 extract. 

Note: All of JustKana's delta 8 carts come from American-grown hemp plants that go through CO2 extraction. We also ensure no additives like MCT, PG, or PEG oil are in our final product. For more info on our manufacturing process, you could read through the provided third-party lab test results. 

How Do You Dose Delta 8 Vape Carts? 

Dosing delta 8 vape carts isn't as simple as taking a tincture sublingually. However, since delta 8 vapor goes directly into your bloodstream, you can safely assume you're enjoying a 100 percent absorption rate with each hit. Also, if you use some basic math skills, you could get a rough idea of how much delta 8 you're taking during every session.

First, figure out how many milligrams of delta 8 THC are in your vape carts. For instance, JustKana's delta 8 vape carts have 900 milligrams of delta 8 per container. 

Next, monitor how many seconds you take to draw delta 8 from your vaporizer. If you keep accurate notes of your delta 8 vape sessions, you could divide the total milligram count by the number of times you used your vaporizer to get an estimate of your average dosage. 

For example, if your vape cart ran out of juice after 450 puffs, you probably took in ~ 2 mg of delta 8 during each session (put another way, 2 x 450 = 900). While this isn't an exact estimate, it's the best way to determine your average delta 8 intake. 

Can You Microdose Delta 8 THC Vape Carts? 

Many customers enjoy using delta 8 vape carts for intense recreational sessions, but you could experiment with microdosing this cannabinoid. To properly microdose any cannabinoid, you need to take a sub-perceptible amount at pre-set moments throughout the day. 

The key with microdosing is not to feel "high." Instead, you should take enough delta 8 vape juice to feel mild stress relief without interfering with your daily routines. As you're adjusting your "microdosing strategy," always remember to keep these delta 8 sessions super small. 

What Do I Do If My Delta 8 Cart is Leaking? 

The first step to fixing a leaky delta 8 vape cart is to figure out why this unit is leaking. There are many potential reasons for this issue, so it may take a bit of detective work to uncover the truth. 

Obviously, if you drop your vape cart or vape pen, it could cause damage to your unit. In these cases, you'll need to invest in a new device or vape cart for a leak-free experience.

Many vapers also warn against leaving vape carts in hot and sunny areas. You only want your delta 8 vape juice to heat up when you turn on the atomizer. If you let your vaporizer sit in a room that's already steamy, the oil will be more fluid and could leak out of the cart. 

Vapers should also avoid inhaling their delta 8 e-juice too aggressively. The more forcefully you breathe in, the more likely vape juice will rush through the atomizer before vaporizing. If you can't find any defects with the vape pen or cart, you should consider adjusting your vaping technique. 

Please also refer to your vaporizer's official cleaning and maintenance guide. Get in the habit of frequently cleaning your vape pen to keep e-juice from clogging your unit. 

If you suspect your vape cart’s leak is due to a product defect, please call JustKana ASAP. 

What Do I Do If My Cartridge is Clogged?

The best way to keep vape juice from clogging your pen is to clean your unit after every use. You don't have to give your pen a thorough clean every time, but you should inspect your unit after each use and wipe it down. You may also want to use a sterilized needle or paperclip to push out any oil that's getting clogged in the mouthpiece. Many people also suggest blowing through the mouthpiece to get the trapped oil out.

Please always refer to the manufacturer's recommended cleaning strategies for the optional results. 

What's A Good Battery You'd Recommend For My Delta 8 Vape Cart? 

While it's debatable whether 510 threaded batteries are "the best," they are the most common in the vape cart market. Most often, when you see delta 8 vape carts for sale, they will be compatible with units that have 510 threaded batteries. Case and point: All of JustKana's delta 8 vape carts work in 510 units. 

Since 510 vaporizers have become the standard model, they offer customers the most versatility. You don't have to rely on one proprietary vape pod. With 510 vape pens, you could easily mix and match various 510-compatible delta 8 and CBD vape carts.

Before purchasing a vape pen, please double-check what battery it uses and what carts it works with. There are a few specialty vape pods that only work with specific units. If you put a JustKana delta 8 cart in a non-510 unit, it won't work. 

What Do Delta 8 Vape Carts Taste Like?

JustKana's hemp delta 8 carts come in many flavors, but each is based on an iconic cannabis strain. The aromas you'll experience while vaping our delta 8 carts depend on which extract you choose. For instance, strains like Durban Poison and Sour Diesel have pungent gasoline flavors. By contrast, delta 8 carts like Gelato and Forbidden Fruit are sweet and fruity. 

While these delta 8 vape carts have a clean "weed-like" flavor, they each have unique percentages of terpenes. To better get a preview of how each delta 8 vape cart tastes, you should read through the official description and review the terpene concentrations. It also helps to look at hemp blogs or vaping forums to see how other customers describe each strain.

By the way, you don't have to choose one delta 8 cart flavor. JustKana offers many "sampler packs" where you could test our most popular delta 8 cart formulas. Please consider giving these multi-packs a try if you can't choose from the delta 8 carts in our portfolio. 

What Do Delta 8 Vape Carts Feel Like?

Customers have a lot of nicknames to describe delta 8's standard effects, but two that stand out include "diet weed" and "indica lite." Interestingly, these phrases help explain key aspects of delta 8's properties. 

The phrase "diet weed" highlights that delta 8 vape carts are slightly less intense than delta 9 THC. Delta 8 vape carts will give you the "high" associated with weed, but it won't be as "in-your-face" as a marijuana strain. 

Instead of feeling "blasted" after one puff, you'll probably feel a sense of relaxation and chill — which explains the popular nickname "indica lite." Unlike sativas, indicas are associated with deep sedation and a "body-heavy" high. The majority of delta 8 vapers claim this cannabinoid has the stoner-like traits associated with indica strains like Northern Lights. People interested in deeply relaxing properties will appreciate delta 8 vape carts' indica association. 

Will Delta 8 Vape Carts Help With Anxiety? 

The top reason people start taking delta 8 vape carts is to reduce anxiety. Many customers claim delta 8 vape carts have an immediate "mood-boosting" effect that helps eliminate worry and increases feelings of peace. Delta 8's stress-relieving properties also appear to influence sleep health. 

Although many people with anxiety report great success with delta 8 vape carts, that doesn't mean adverse effects aren't possible. People prone to panic attacks could notice an increase in their symptoms, especially if they take too much delta 8 for their THC tolerance. 

First-time users must stick with one puff of delta 8 vape juice and wait 30 minutes to feel its full effects. Carefully up the dosage over the ensuing weeks until you feel your desired results. If you find that delta 8 vape carts increase your anxiety, please taper back the dosage or stop using them. 

How Do Delta 8 Vape Carts Differ From CBD Vape Carts? 

Delta 8 vape carts always have a more profound effect than CBD vape carts. Please remember that delta 8 THC is a psychoactive cannabinoid, whereas CBD is non-intoxicating. In fact, there's some evidence that CBD actively blocks THC from causing "high" effects. 

Even though CBD vape carts have a pronounced impact, they won't make you feel "stoned." Instead, people who use CBD vape pens say they feel uplifted and calm without sacrificing mental clarity. Indeed, many people enjoy microdosing CBD vape carts during the workday to enhance productivity. 

Delta 8 THC tends to have the opposite effect on work performance. After a few puffs, most people who try delta 8 vape carts claim they feel euphoric and deeply relaxed. Often, delta 8 vapers use this cannabinoid before bed because it seems to have sedative properties. 

Generally, it's safer to start with CBD products and gradually transition to delta 8 carts. People new to THC must begin with the minimum recommended dose of delta 8 carts to avoid potential side effects. 

For more details on how CBD differs from delta 8 vape carts, be sure to check out JustKana's CBD vape cart collection. 

Could You Vape Delta 8 THC Hemp Flowers?

JustKana now sells delta 8-fortified hemp in flower and preroll form. If you'd prefer to vape these delta 8-rich flowers, you can load them into a dry herb vaporizer. Just be sure to review your device's manual to ensure it can handle ground hemp flowers. 

Can You Vape Delta 8 THC Oil? 

You should never add delta 8 THC oils or tinctures to a vaporizer. While these products may appear to have a similar consistency to delta 8 e-juices, they cannot handle the intense pressure and heat in a vaporizer. If you put delta 8 tinctures or oils in a vape pen, it could destroy your device.

Please only take delta 8 tinctures and oils sublingually or mix them into edibles and topicals. 

Can You Vape Delta 8 THC Concentrates? 

If you have a concentrate-compatible vaporizer or e-rig, you could vape delta 8 concentrates. Just remember that delta 8 concentrates are far more intense than standard delta 8 vape carts. If you don't have a high THC tolerance, you could easily experience paranoia or hallucinations with one hit of a delta 8 concentrate.

Please review your vaporizer's instructions before adding delta 8 concentrates to the loading tray. Not all vape devices are equipped with concentrate compatibility, so you need to be 100 percent certain your vaporizer will work with your chosen extract. If you have questions about whether your unit is OK for concentrates, you must reach out to your manufacturer. 

How Do You Know Delta 8 Vape Carts Are Superior Quality?

Legitimate hemp companies must send delta 8 vape carts to third-party labs before offering them to buyers. These non-biased lab results are the only way delta 8 manufacturers could provide customers with transparency. The FDA doesn't regulate the hemp market, so businesses must take it upon themselves to submit their vape carts for screenings.

Please never order delta 8 vape carts from a company that doesn't send third-party Certificates of Analysis. Reputable delta 8 manufacturers will never refuse to send their vape carts for this standard test. 

Delta 8 vape carts are under intense scrutiny in the USA. Even though the 2018 US Farm Bill legalized hemp derivatives besides delta 9 THC, it didn't explicitly make delta 8 THC legal. 

Since there are no formal guidelines on delta 8 vape carts, many states have introduced delta 8 bans in the past few years. Also, delta 8 vape carts may be subject to local vaping restrictions. 

Typically, if a state has lenient recreational cannabis policies, it won't take issue with delta 8 vape carts. Conversely, states with strict anti-cannabis laws probably won't be too friendly towards delta 8 products.

Customers must review their state's latest hemp and vaping laws before ordering delta 8 vape carts from JustKana. Please also check JustKana's current list of approved states. Since delta 8 THC is illegal in certain territories, JustKana cannot send delta 8 vape carts everywhere in the USA. Our team constantly monitors the latest developments in delta 8 law and adjusts our shipping policies accordingly. 

Is There Any Delta 9 THC In Delta 8 Vape Carts? 

All federally-legal delta 8 vape carts must come from hemp plants. Therefore, the total concentration of delta 9 in your delta 8 vape cart will always be ≤ 0.3 percent. 

JustKana takes great care to work with sustainable American farmers that constantly test their hemp flowers. We also submit our delta 8 THC to rigorous third-party lab tests to double-check they contain ≤ 0.3 percent delta 9 THC. 

What Age Should Customers Be To Buy Delta 8 THC Vape Carts? 

Delta 8 THC vape carts are only available to customers over 21. Adults must sign a consent form to purchase JustKana's delta 8 products. 

How Do Labs Make Delta 8 Vape Carts? 

Delta 8 is a natural hemp cannabinoid, but it's present in tiny quantities. While extractors could use raw hemp flowers to make delta 8 vape carts, it's not a cost-effective solution. Instead, most delta 8 companies will start with CBD isolate and use intense pressure, heat, and solvents to change its chemical structure.

CBD and delta 8 are related to the "mother cannabinoid" CBG. Since these cannabinoids have a similar structure, it's easy for experienced lab technicians to convert CBD into delta 8 THC. 

Please remember that some delta 8 companies in weed-friendly states use delta 9 THC as a starting cannabinoid. While these products may be technically legal in territories with recreational pot laws, they aren't OK at the federal level. You must ensure your company starts with hemp-derived CBD if you want federally-legal delta 8 vape carts. 

Do Delta 8 Vape Carts Appear On Drug Tests?

Using delta 8 vape carts could put you at risk of a positive drug screening. Although routine cannabis tests scan for delta 9 THC, it can easily mistake delta 8 for delta 9. Also, delta 8 THC breaks down into dozens of THC-related metabolites, all of which may influence your urinalysis. 

There's no way to determine how long delta 8 from vape carts will remain in your system. However, if you're a light user, the delta 8 from your vape cart will probably clear your system between four to seven days after one mild session. People who vape delta 8 more frequently could have this cannabinoid in their system for weeks or months. 

Unfortunately, it's impossible to say how long delta 8 will remain in each person's body. Many factors influence delta 8 absorption, including your age, metabolism, and weight. Employees concerned about drug screenings should refrain from delta 8 vape carts at least one week before a scheduled drug screening. Just remember that there are no guarantees delta 8 metabolites will leave your system in this timeframe. 

Vapers should stick with no-THC CBD products during their workweek. It's far safer to reserve delta 8 vape carts for vacation days or weekends when you have plenty of time to relax.

Are Delta 8 Vape Carts The Best Way To Take Delta 8 THC?

Delta 8 vape carts are the most direct way to take delta 8 THC. Does that mean they're the "best" way to take this cannabinoid? Not necessarily. 

For some people, experiencing delta 8's full potency in a few seconds could be an attractive feature. For example, patients who use delta 8 for acute anxiety relief will enjoy the fast-acting nature of delta 8 vape carts. 

However, some patients feel delta 8 vape carts are too intense for their requirements. If customers want subtle relief throughout the day, then delta 8 capsules or gummies may be better alternatives. Customers with pre-existing lung conditions often use delta 8 tinctures to experience exceptional potency without aggravating their respiratory system. 

All of these delivery methods have their pros and cons. You should define why you want to use delta 8 THC before choosing delta 8 vape carts as your preferred product.

Can You Overdose on Delta 8?

It's physically impossible for you to overdose on Delta 8 THC. This is the same for other cannabinoids from marijuana and hemp. Cannabinoid receptors aren't concentrated in the lower brainstem, so you can't overdose like you would on opioids. However, you can consume too much Delta 8 and get negative side effects. Also, remember that safe Delta 8 THC products will also have high-quality screenings and lab test results.

Why is My Delta 8 Disposable not Hitting?

One of the most common reasons your Delta 8 disposable cart isn't hitting is because of a clogged cart. When condensation builds up inside the airway, vapor can't pass through for a hit. Try to use a toothpick or safety pin to remove whatever is clogging the mouthpiece.

Other reasons include air bubbles preventing airflow, which you can fix by flicking or tapping the side of the cart a few times. If these methods don't work, it could be a dead battery or manufacturing like faulty internal connections.

How Do You Heat up a Delta 8 Disposable?

Some Delta 8 disposables have a switch button that lets you preheat the pod for a hit. Heating up the liquid makes it thinner and turns into the vapor you inhale. If you find your Delta 8 disposable is clogged and there's no preheating function, you can try warming up the oil by aiming a hairdryer at it for a few seconds. Just don't ever put it in the microwave.