There are over a hundred cannabinoids found in a cannabis plant. However, only a handful of them are known to suppliers and cannabis industry experts. In contrast, cannabis consumers are aware of only a couple of cannabinoids, such as THC and CBD. If you’re new to Delta 8 THC, we’re here to help provide all the information you need before trying the now infamous cannabis compound.

1.    What is Delta 8 THC, and how is it Different than Regular THC?

Delta 8 THC is often called the younger brother of Delta 9 THC, alias THC. It shares all the attributes and benefits attached to regular THC. However, the effects on Delta 8 are subdued and mellow. The main difference between Delta 8 and Delta 9 THC is the location of its double-bond in its chemical structure.

Delta 8 has a double-bond on the 8th atom, while Delta 9 has a double-bond on the 9th atom. Theoretically, this sounds like it’s nothing but in reality, it makes a huge difference.

Delta 8 is much more stable because of the location of the bond. If you’re someone who has a low tolerance level, Delta 8 will be perfect for you. The high that you feel with Delta 8 is less intense.

Some users have also reported that Delta 8 THC made them more productive and active during the day. Unlike regular THC, you will not find yourself hugging the couch at the end of a smoke session.

2.    Why is Delta 8 THC Growing Popular?

Well, Delta 8 THC became a supplier favorite after the 2018 Farm Bill. The Bill stated that anything with less than 0.3% Delta 9 THC would be considered legal. However, nothing was mentioned regarding the new cannabinoid, Delta 8.

This discrepancy in law made way for more cannabinoids to be introduced in the market. While some states have explicitly banned Delta 8, a vast majority of states don’t have any law regarding it as of yet.

It is also gaining popularity amongst the older Americans, who prefer to use Delta 8 because of its mellow effects.

3.    What are the Effects of Delta 8?

Delta 8 THC will provide you with similar health benefits compared to Delta 9. The high, as we mentioned, is pretty mellow. You also won’t experience any paranoia and anxiety that you feel when using Delta 9 THC.

Unlike Delta 9, the more you use Delta 8 doesn’t necessarily mean the higher its psychoactive effects will be. You can have two or even four 4 Delta 8 gummies and still feel the same high as you would with just one.

4.    Will You Get the Munchies?

Yes, just like regular THC, Delta 8 will also help increase your appetite. It will help if you focus on eating something healthy instead of taking more Delta 8 gummies. In addition to increasing appetite, it will also help improve your sleeping habits and eliminate health issues such as anxiety and chronic pain.

5.    Will it Show up on a Drug Test?

Drug tests are not advanced enough to pick up on the differences between Delta 8 and Delta 9. So, yes, unfortunately, Delta 8will show up on a drug test. Since traces of THC will be found in your body, you should avoid it if your job calls for it.

6.    What to Avoid when Consuming Delta 8 THC?

While the effects of Delta 8 THC might be milder than Delta 9, we would still recommend taking the same safety measures. Paranoia and anxiety are eliminated with Delta 8. However, you still get the fun giggles. So, it would help if you avoid driving or using heavy machinery.

7.    How is Delta 8 Consumed?

Like regular THC, you can buy the Delta 8 THC flower– if the state you live in allows it. You can also grab Delta 8 THC gummies and other Delta 8 THC edibles from a dispensary nearby or online. It also comes in oil form and can be used with a vape pen.

8.    Can Delta 8 and CBD be mixed?

Yes, if you want CBD and Delta 8 THC benefits, there is no harm in mixing the two cannabinoids. However, it would be best to remember that mixing CBD with THC can make the effects mellower, and the high will be close to nothing.

9.    Is Delta 8 Better Than Delta 9?

Yes, Delta 8 basically contains all the benefits of Delta 9, and it eliminates the negative things associated with Delta 9, such as paranoia and anxiety.

In addition to this, it is also a better alternative because it is a federally legal cannabinoid. Because it is extracted from hemp, which contains less than 0.3% THC, there is no legal issue with selling and buying it. However, we should also mention that it is legal in 38 states in the US. So, we would recommend checking the legal status of your state before making any decision.

10.         Where Can I Buy Delta 8 THC Products?

We have a wide range of Delta 8 THC products in our online stores. From Delta 8 THC gummies to Delta 8 THC flower, whatever you would prefer, will be available on our online stores. We provide delivery in all the states, except for the few that have banned the use of the cannabinoid.

Who wants to wait in long lines at the dispensary? Shift to online buying and save yourself some time and effort. To place an order, visit one of the following websites:

Let us know if you have any more questions related to the Delta 8 THC. Would you be trying the cannabinoid? Let us know what you think!

LA Weekly