The Dispo
2929 N Richmond St., Suite #1
Appleton, WI 54911

The Dispo

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What is Delta 8 THC?

Delta 8 THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol, is a naturally occurring cannabinoid in cannabis (hemp and marijuana) and is commonly abbreviated as Delta 8 THC, Δ8THC, Δ8.

Delta 8 THC is an isomer of both cannabidiol (“CBD”) and Delta 9 tetrahydrocannabinol (“D9THC”), sharing a chemical formula of C21H30O2 and a molar mass of 314.464 g/mol.

It exists naturally and can also be produced by converting CBD or Delta 9 THC via a chemical reaction typically using heat, catalysts, altered pH environments, and/or solvents.

Delta 8 THC is an extremely viscous oil and exists in an “activated” state similar to Delta 9 THC, meaning it does not need to be decarboxylated to feel its effects.

Delta 8 THC is an extremely important cannabinoid specifically due to its ability to serve as a more functional substitute for Delta 9 THC.

Delta 9 THC has a fair amount of negative side effects: addiction, sleep issues, paranoia, anxiety, laziness, etc. However, Delta 8 THC seems to have none, or at least far less severe side effects in comparison. This is an enormous benefit for the many individuals who we are helped medicinally by Delta 9 THC, but do not enjoy the side effects.

And what may be the most medicinally and societally beneficial feature of all is Delta 8 THC may have incredibly reduced chance of addiction, as well as a built-in protection against abuse. Those who consume excessive amounts of D8 THC can build a tolerance to the mental “high” very quickly. So individuals wanting to consume D8 THC consistently in a recreational manner are forced to do so responsibly. This effect doubles as a benefit for those who use THC medicinally daily and need to be functional as they may be able to completely remove the “high” feeling altogether while still getting the relief they need.

While it is still early, from a medicinal standpoint, Delta 8 THC seems handedly surpass both CBD and Delta 9 THC combined.

The effects can be both lifechanging and lifesaving. In the years we have been a part of the cannabis community, we have never seen anything come even remotely close to receiving the same amount of positive reviews.
Delta 8 THC was made legal by H.R. 2: The Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018 , commonly referred to as the 2018 Farm Bill. It was specifically made legal when hemp allowed for all derivatives, isomers, and cannabinoids of hemp that were not Delta 9 THC.

Up to that point, D8 THC had been illegal and was specifically named in the Controlled Substances Act. However, in addition to making all hemp cannabinoids, isomers, and derivatives legal, H.R. 2 specifically includes text to remove all confusion between laws by amending the Controlled Substances Act to exclude Delta 8 THC from hemp.

Delta 8 THC is federally legal and legal in most states , but it is not legal in all states. D8 THC is legal in most states that have hemp laws mirroring H.R. 2, however not all states do this. Some states specifically exclude D8 THC or have laws that do not specifically make all cannabinoids, isomers, and derivatives of hemp legal, creating a grey area for the compound.
Delta 8 THC exists naturally in cannabis (hemp & marijuana), but in such small quantities that it cannot be extracted and put into products at prices many people can afford. Luckily, one of the great things about cannabinoids is how closely many of them are structurally.

These structural similarities allow cannabinoids to be changed from one to another fairly simply via chemical reactions. While many people want to call these cannabinoids “synthetics” that’s not an appropriate name for them. “Conversions” or “derivatives” is the more appropriate name, as not only do these compounds exist naturally, but many of these cannabinoids will change into each other naturally with the application of heat, time, and light. In fact, all cannabinoids start as CBGA and naturally synthesize into other cannabinoids during the maturation of the cannabis plant.

And a conversion of THCA to Delta 9 THC with the application of heat is a conversion performed at home by anyone who smokes marijuana.

This is all to tell you that conversions are an integral part of the cannabis industry and should not be feared in a general sense.

These reactions are done to create other rare cannabinoids like cannabichromene (CBC), cannabinol (CBN), Delta 8 THC, and can even be done to create abundant cannabinoids like Delta 9 THC more cheaply than straightforward extraction.

However, because D8 THC is created in a lab there does need to be some concern over the safety of the extract. Mainly that it is being created safely with all solvents, reagents, and acids or bases being properly removed from the end product.
  • Mood boost/Happier
  • Calm/relaxed
  • Soothes aches & pains
  • Motivating
  • Better sleep
  • Increased sex drive
  • Less nauseous
  • Increased appetite

The effects of Delta 8 THC vary per person, but the average experience could best be explained by imagining combining the best parts of CBD and Delta 9 THC. It is relaxing, mood-boosting, pleasantly euphoric yet clearheaded and not overwhelmingly intoxicating. It’s motivating/energizing to some, especially at lower doses, and sleep-inducing to others, especially at higher doses.

With appropriate dosing, users report feeling far more functional and active on Delta 8 THC versus Delta 9 THC. D8 THC also appears to be more medicinal than both CBD and Delta 9 THC. If vaporized and inhaled the effects of Delta 8 THC appear within 20 minutes and can last as long as 5 hours with peak effects typically starting to decrease after 30 minutes to 2.5 hours depending on the individual. The higher the purity of D8 THC and the fewer cannabinoids like CBD and CBG, the quicker the onset and higher the intensity of effects.

If consumed orally , Delta 8 THC can take anywhere between 45 minutes and 4 hours to peak, with effects lasting as long as 12 hours. This is much longer than typically observed with Delta 9 THC and has the potential to be exceptional and convenient as a cannabis treatment with the possibility of as little as 2 doses being necessary for a full 24 hour treatment.

The lack or reduction of “mental fogginess” and paranoia is also a unique and beneficial trait of D8 THC as it allows many users the ability to take it while still accomplishing daily tasks. Negative effects can include drowsiness, upset stomach, dry mouth, red eyes, and headache.
Delta 8 THC effects vary depending on the method of consumption but typically are delayed slightly more than Delta 9 THC effects. Purity and the presence of other compounds seem to play a role as well.

Our observations have shown that a pure Delta 8 THC vape can be felt immediately or within a few minutes, whereas a D8 THC oil with a presence of 20% or more CBD can delay the noticed onset of effects by as much as 20 minutes.

When eating Delta 8 THC, a user may not see peak effects for anywhere between 1-4 hours, which is a little different than Delta 9 THC which may peak anywhere between 45 minutes and 2 hours.
Due to the delayed onset of Delta 8 THC, a user may need a few uses or days to find their perfect dose. Doses are highly individualized and don’t completely seem tied to any specific physical feature (age, sex, weight, etc) so, regardless of size, it’s best to start with a lower dose and work your way up. You can always take more, but you can’t un-take Delta 8 THC. A typical oral dose for Delta 8 THC is between 10-40 mg. Those that need above 40mg tend to be heavy recreational users of Delta 9 THC. 10 mg can make a big difference in effects for some people so we generally recommend to not exceed 10 mg’s when stepping up in dosage.

A typical vape dosage is 1-3 three second puffs. It is typically not necessary to take more than this unless the user is a heavy user of Delta 9 THC.

If you’re a consistent user of Delta 9 THC, we typically recommend starting with it in a 1:1 manner. Many report Delta 8 THC being about 85% as potent as Delta 9 THC, but we aren’t ready to concede that figure as the different effects between the molecules aren’t directly comparable. We’ve found that potency varies per person and the expectation for, and ultimate lack of, a mental fog when using D8 THC is the main reason people find Delta 9 THC to be less potent, disregarding it’s increased potency in calming anxieties and body feel for many. We’ve had individuals report D8 THC being more potent than Delta 9 THC, especially with edibles. For this reason, we typically recommend taking a similar dose to what you would take with Delta 9 THC and work your dose up or down based on that initial response.
The length of Delta 8 THC’s effects are very unique to the individual. As an average, we see high purity vapes lasting 1-5 hours and tinctures and edibles lasting 5-12 hours. Larger doses generally create longer lasting effects, especially with tinctures and edibles.

A difficulty of judging the length of effects is that Delta 8 THC has a fairly natural onset and come down, so that it is sometimes hard for an individual to truly grasp where their “baseline” is/was before and after taking D8 THC.

This is especially true for individuals who do not feel “high” from D8 THC but just get a boost in mood. This mood change is sometimes unnoticeable to the individual themselves because of the natural onset and the user will think D8 THC had no effect.

We’ve seen this many times in sampling sessions where the individual says they feel nothing, but someone they are with will then inform them how much more pleasant they’ve become in the last few minutes.

Another difficulty in judging the length of effects is that many reports are given based on the “peak” and thus disregards a substantial amount of time spent above baseline after the peak effects are felt. D8 THC effects do not peak and then disappear. There is a gradual phase-out of effects.

In general, the effects of vaporized D8 THC will be shorter than D8 THC that is eaten.
Due to Delta 8 THC needing to be created in a lab, the primary safety concern is that the lab procedures are performed correctly by a trained chemist.

In terms of safety with acute usage, there is no known deadly overdose limit with D8 THC. However, when eating D8 THC, consuming more than one’s individual needs can induce extreme paranoia and anxiety, just like Delta 9 THC edibles.

Go easy on the edibles and work slowly up to find your proper dose.

Note that there is no long-term safety data for D8 THC.
There are no human studies on the tolerance of Delta 8 THC. However, our observations have shown it to be similar to Delta 9 THC as tolerance will build gradually over time and can be accelerated from overuse.

There have been some reports that tolerance to D8 THC builds more quickly than with Delta 9 THC, but these are almost always accompanied by admissions of the individuals using D8 THC quicker and more often than they did with Delta 9 THC. The primary reason users cite for this is the delayed onset of D8 THC in comparison to Delta 9 THC.

Whereas a user familiar with Delta 9 THC may use D8 THC and expect to “feel” something within a certain timeframe based on their past Delta 9 THC usage, D8 THC may take slightly longer to give that similar feel. This oftentimes results in individuals dosing themselves 1 or more times more thinking they “didn’t take enough”, creating a situation where a user doses more than necessary. In turn, the user then becomes tolerant to D8 THC at an accelerated rate
Delta 8 THC is thought to have the same metabolites as Delta 9 THC except the double bond is changed when applicable.

However, studies are not readily available with the exact metabolites. The only study even mentioning metabolites was done on mice. Our initial observations suggest the metabolites of Delta 8 THC are longer lasting than Delta 9 THC metabolites when eaten and possibly stronger, too.

No, as Delta 8 THC’s metabolites are either that same or too similar to Delta 9 THC’s and will trigger a positive test for Delta 9 THC.

We tested this by using at home drug testing kits on our employees who only used D8 THC and sending one employee to the same lab our local police go to for their drug testing. All tests were positive for THC.

While we’ve heard of others passing while using D8 THC, we have not personally verified these reports, and our firsthand data suggest that’s, at best, not common.

To date, the longest test we have done on shelf life on Delta 8 THC oil potency is 4 months, and the oil came back testing better than it did the first time around. It was 95% D8THC when it was originally tested and 98% D8THC when tested at month 4.

However, this is within normal testing variance ranges and should not be taken to mean that D8 THC extracts become more potent over time. While we won’t say anything is impossible, it’s unlikely the oil actually became more concentrated with D8 THC.

The more likely conclusion is that everything remained unchanged after 4 months and the test had a minor variance.

We can’t say that Delta 8 THC treats any specific condition, but we do have users tell us they are using it to treat conditions.

Due to a large amount of positive feedback in these areas, we hope that studies will be done to potentially push D8 THC forward as a legitimate treatment for all types of pain relief, anxiety, depression, autism, brain disorders, nausea, appetite stimulation, and more.

It’s it’s initial observations that D8 THC has the medicinal potential to be several orders of magnitude more beneficial than CBD and Delta 9 THC. So it’s hoped that the medical and cannabis communities will rally hard behind this amazing new cannabinoid.

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What is Delta 10 THC?

Oh my delta, another THC compound to explore!?

You already know about Delta-9 THC–the illicit compound that makes you high, euphoric, and perhaps a tad bit paranoid. You may have also heard about Delta-8 THC , the molecular neighbor that you can synthesize from legal hemp for a mildly psychoactive effect.

Delta-10 THC is one of the hundreds of cannabinoids you can find in hemp and cannabis.

While very little research has been done on its mechanism of action in the body, Delta-10 THC likely interacts with the endocannabinoid system in a similar way as other THC compounds. Delta-9 THC and Delta-8 THC have binding affinities towards CB1 receptors in the brain and nervous system, which produce varying levels of psychotropic effects.

Delta-10 may interact similarly with CB1 receptors at high concentrations.

Frequently Asked Questions about our Dispensary

Get the skinny on some of our most commonly asked questions.
Our Delta 8 THC vape cartridges are compatible with any 510-threaded battery.

You will need to have a 510 compatible battery in order to use effectively use any vape product. Batteries are not included with our vapes and must be purchased separately.
Clogging commonly occurs when excess vapor cools and then condenses along the walls of the inner cartridge. When enough of this vapor has re-solidified into oil, the buildup can block the airway and make it difficult or impossible to draw air through the mouthpiece.

There are two easy solutions: One to prevent the problem and the other to solve it. To reduce the buildup of vapor oil, continue pulling on the cart several seconds after releasing the button. By drawing cold air through the mouthpiece, you are siphoning excess oil that would otherwise stick to the sides, ensuring less condensation. This is by far the most effective way to prevent blockage. Taking softer hits will also help preserve the life of your vape cartridge. Pulling too hard can draw excess oil into the airway instead of vapor, which leads to clogging. This is known as a “flooded” cart, because the oil has flooded the airway.

If your cartridge is already showing signs of blockage, removing the oil is the easiest way to get it back up and running smoothly. Stick a toothpick or other thin object into the mouthpiece and scrape the sides for residue. You’ll likely find a small pocket where the oil is collecting. Once removed, air should once again begin flowing through the chamber freely.
Our cartridges are stored and shipped upside down to prevent leaking. When stored this way, any air in the cartridge is forced upward and eventually surrounds the cotton wick.

If you do not flip and prime the cartridge before use, the coil will draw in air rather than oil, and burn the cotton of the coil until the surrounding metal warms and oil fills the chamber. This gap in oil flow is likely the reason you experienced a burnt taste after your first 15 or so puffs on the cartridge.
CBD, or cannabidiol, is a compound in the cannabis plant with proven therapeutic benefits. It does not get you high, but it has been shown to be effective in treating a wide range of ailments, and there are currently numerous government-backed studies being conducted on its many uses.

CBD can be paired with other parts of the cannabis plant to enhance or change its effects. That is often why you will see terpenes or other cannabinoids in our oils.
Our CBD and delta 8 products benefit from what is known as the “Entourage or Ensemble effect.”

This dictates that each cannabinoid grows more potent when other compounds from the cannabis plant are present. In short, the effects are magnified. Terpenes and the other cannabinoids help make CBD and delta 8 far more effective than they would be on their own, which results in more effective treatment.
Tinctures are intended to be taken under the tongue, but they can also be applied to the skin in small amounts. When using orally, place 2-6 drops under your tongue and hold them in place for 90 seconds before swallowing.
MCT (medium-chain triglycerides) is a coconut-derived carrier oil. A carrier oil is any plant-based oil that helps “carry” the cannabis compounds into your body.

Most tinctures are more effective when introduced with a carrier oil, which increases their overall therapeutic benefits. Many people cook with MCT oils, and they are actually thought to possess several useful properties.
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The Dispo is located at 2929 N Richmond St., Suite #1, Appleton, WI. From Appleton International Airport(ATW)  head south on Challenger Dr. At the traffic circle, take the 1st exit onto W Challenger Dr adn then continue onto W College Ave. At the traffic circle, take the 2nd exit and stay on W College Ave. Turn left to merge onto I-41/US-41 N toward Green Bay and then merge onto I-41/US-41 N. Take exit 142 to merge onto WI-47 S/N Richmond St and then merge onto WI-47 S/N Richmond St. The Dispo will be on your right.

We are open Monday to Sunday from 09:00-22:00.

If you have any questions you can call us at (920) 574-3984.

Appleton Schedules Nov. 8 Advisory Referendum On Legalizing Marijuana For Adults In Wisconsin

Is Appleton pro-pot? The answer to this question will be revealed this November as the city’s Common Council recently voted 9-4 in favor of organizing an advisory referendum regarding the legalization of marijuana for personal use by adults in Wisconsin.


Scheduled to coincide with the November 8th elections, the referendum seeks public input on the matter of legalizing marijuana for individuals aged 21 and above. The proposed question on the ballot will inquire: “Should marijuana be legalized for use by those 21 and over, taxed and regulated like alcohol in the state of Wisconsin?”


However, it’s important to note that the outcome of the citywide referendum will not carry the weight of law. Rather, the referendum is aimed at gauging public sentiment regarding the potential legalization. The resolution authorizing the referendum specifies its purpose as “measuring public opinion.”

As the November date approaches, residents of Appleton will have the opportunity to voice their views on this contentious topic, offering a glimpse into the evolving attitudes towards marijuana legalization in the state of Wisconsin.




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