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We believe that the best thing any one of us can do is to educate ourselves and others. Mental health is a highly stigmatized topic; unfortunately, a large part of our community struggles with it. One of our primary objectives is to educate our customers with compassion and help them to find solutions to things like mild depression and anxiety.*

This page exists to answer as many questions as we are able to anticipate. If you do not find the answer to your question here, please do not hesitate to reach out to us via the contact page.

*We are NOT doctors. We cannot recommend treatment options for any medical diagnoses. We can, however, offer our personal experiences with the products we provide and how they have helped us. Please consume our products responsibly.

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What is Delta-8-THC?

Delta-8-THC, or Delta-8-tetrahydrocannabinol, is a naturally-occurring cannabinoid found in hemp and cannabis plants. This cannabinoid is found in trace amounts in a single plant, but current technology and science allows us to isolate this cannabinoid and distribute it with or without other cannabinoids.


How Does Delta-8-THC Compare to “Regular Marijuana”?

What we recognize as regular marijuana is the cannabinoid known as Delta-9-THC. Delta-9 is the main psychoactive compound which produces the high we associate with marijuana consumption. Delta-8 is chemically similar to Delta-9 but, on its own, Delta-8 produces much milder effects. This means that the paranoia, anxiety, and drowsiness it may cause as a side effects will be milder as well, if present at all.


Delta-8 is legal in Georgia, as well as most other states within the US. This is because it is extracted mainly from hemp-derived CBD, which is legal to farm across the United States. Hemp’s legality stems from the 2018 “Agriculture and Nutrition Improvement Act” or the Federal Farm Bill.  The Federal Farm Bill removed hemp and its byproducts from the list of controlled substances. The bill doesn’t mention Delta-8 restrictions, anywhere. However, some states have restricted or banned Delta-8 at the state level. It is important to research you local laws before purchasing or consuming Delta-8 products.


Where Can I Buy Delta-8-THC?

Delta-8 is literally everywhere! Head shops, gas stations, boutiques, and other business may carry delta-8 in some form or another. More importantly, you can purchase quality Delta-8 products right here at Layze Co., Smoke & Delivery. We will deliver our lab-tested delta-8 products directly to your door.* We even make our lab results (COAs) available here for you to view before you buy. Click here to order yours today!

How Do I know These Products Are As Advertised?

Delta-8-THC is not regulated by the FDA. What this means for you is that you should be aware of what should be in your delta-8 products, as well as what is in the products you’re consuming. All products we sell are lab tested. When delta-8 is lab tested, the manufacturers and distributors receive a Certificate of Analysis, or COA. A COA is a laboratory report issued by an independent, accredited lab after testing has been completed on a product. For hemp products, the elements tested for include terpenes, cannabinoids, and possible contaminants. Often, different product categories on a retailer’s site will be tested by different labs. This results in the COAs appearing differently from one product to another. In short, COAs are our promise to deliver exactly the product you are expecting from us.

How To Read A COA For CBD & Delta-8-THC Products

While some COAs may appear different from others, the basic make up follows a general formula, and the information you need can easily be found within the reports. Every COA has a header and footer, usually containing general and contact information about the lab performing the testing. At the top of the COA, you will find the name of the company, the testing laboratory, the date of testing, and the batch number tested.

The Cannabinoid Section

This section of the COA lists the cannabinoids found in the hemp product, and in what amounts they are present. If you see the abbreviation “LOQ” know that it means Limit of Quantitation and that this is the baseline of what is detectable. This value is set by each laboratory. When you see less than (<) LOQ, it means that the cannabinoid in question was present in an amount that was too low to be detected. Similarly, you may see “ND” which means Not Detected. The federally legal limit of Delta 9 THC is less than 0.3% by weight. Delta 8 THC is federally legal at higher levels.

Synthetic Cannabinoids

This section of the report will indicate the presence of synthetic cannabinoids such as “spice” or “k2.” These are man-made chemicals which some manufacturers may add into the hemp product during or before processing. However, the human body does not react well to synthetic cannabinoids. They bind to the CB1 receptor – a receptor which handles natural cannabinoids just fine – causing serious side effects. Check your COA to be sure there are no synthetic cannabinoids in your product.

The Mycotoxins Section

Mycotoxins are mold which contaminate CBD. When viewing this section, you are looking for the presence of aflatoxins, ergot, ochratoxin, patulin, citrinin, and fusarium.

Residual Heavy Metals, Solvents, Hydrocarbons, and Pesticides

During the growing and processing of hemp plants, there is plenty of opportunity for it to absorb any number of toxins. The government has determined a level at which these toxins are safe for consumption. This section of the COA will tell you if these toxins are present, in what amount, and whether or not that amount is considered to be harmful.

Terpenes Profile

Terpenes are the component which give the hemp flower its distinct aroma when broken apart or smoked. Terpenes also lend to the plant’s therapeutic properties. This section of the COA is purely informational, as terpenes are not harmful.

Flavinoids Profile

The cannabis plant has 23 flavinoids. They lend the plant its color. They are also nutrient-rich and trigger biochemical reactions within the body which also contribute to the therapeutic properties.


Plants are prone to being hosts for bacteria and microbes; hemp plants are no exception. Some of these microbes are harmful. The processing of the plant into the final product typically kills these microbes; however, if they don’t, you can see them in this section of the COA. Alongside the bacteria and microbes tested for will be the bacteria colony count (as CFU, colony forming units), and whether or not that number is safe.

 What Are the Differences Between Strains (Indica, Sativa, Hybrid)?

If you’ve tried Delta-8 before, you might have seen these terms. You certainly will see them included in the flavor profiles show on our product pages. These terms should absolutely influence the decisions you make when purchasing our products. Therefore, we’ve chosen to clue you in on how each strain differs.

  • The effects of Indica strains are more commonly felt in the body. An Indica product may be right for you if you are looking for relief from bodily (specifically, muscular) pain; nausea reduction; an increased appetite; and the easing of anxiety or insomnia symptoms.
  • The effects of Sativa strains are more commonly felt in the head. A Sativa product may be right for you if you are looking to ease depression symptoms; ease headaches; decrease nausea; increase appetite; or focus better in general.
  • The effects of Hybrid strains are a combination of Indica and Sativa. Hybrid strains may be right for you if you believe both Indica and Sativa would be beneficial.

 Can I Pay Cash for My Pickup Order?

Yes! When checking out, please choose “Local Pickup” as your fulfillment option. Obviously, we cannot accept cash through the website itself. If you would like to pay cash, please be sure to choose the “Cash on Pickup” payment option as well. This will ensure that we can process your order and you can pay us in cash when you get to us!

 Help! I Can’t Add Items to the Cart/Checkout!

Are you receiving an error? Sometimes the errors appear as small, red text and are easy to miss. If you are receiving an error, please read what it says. Often times, the fulfillment method is not automatically selected. If your error says “Fulfillment is not set” please check that you have chosen either Pickup, Delivery, or Shipping on that specific item page before clicking “Add to Cart.”

If you are not getting an error message, or if you aren’t sure how to resolve your issue based on the error message, please take (a) screenshot(s) of what your exact problem is and contact us so we can troubleshoot and help you to complete your order!

It’s Been More Than 2 Hours Since I Placed My Pickup/Delivery Order, Can I Get an Update?

Absolutely! We value your time as much as our own; we are a small, local business with limited staff handling orders. We always do our best to get orders ready within two hours when placed within our operating hours. If it has been longer than you expected to wait, and you have not yet received an update from a driver or other staff, please feel free to send us a message on Facebook or at 470-746-4374 and we will get back to you as soon as possible.