Delta-8 THC is a new compound that has been found in cannabis. Delta-8 THC is psychoactive and produces similar effects to delta-9 THC, but it does not seem to be as potent. It has been said that Delta 8 THC can get you high, but there are many factors that contribute to this question. Some of these factors include the dosage used, the type of cannabis strain, other substances mixed with the Delta-8 THC (if any), and if you’re also taking prescription medications or have health conditions such as anxiety or depression. This blog post will discuss some ways to find out if delta 8 gets you high!
What is Delta 8 THC?
Delta-tetrahydrocannabinol, also known as THC or Δ-THC, is one of the chemical compounds found in cannabis (marijuana) that produces a high.
Delta-TetraHydroCannabinol has two major forms: delta-N and delta-D. You may notice both D and N are capitalized because it’s important to know which form you’re referring to when discussing marijuana; otherwise people might assume you mean “delta,” the fourth letter of the Greek alphabet, not “delta”-the symbol for differential calculus! The most common type of psychoactive compound found in cannabis is delta-nine tetrahydrocannabinol (or just plain old THC). However, there’s a new form of THC that’s been identified recently: delta-eight tetrahydrocannabinol.
Does Delta-Eight Get You High?
Yes! As with any substance you’re consuming internally, many factors contribute to how high you get from taking this new type of cannabinoid drug. We’ll discuss what dosage was used on the Delta-8, the type of cannabis strain that was used to create the drug, and if any other substances are mixed in with the new CBD.
As we just mentioned, your particular delta eight experience depends on several factors, including the type of marijuana strain combined with the dosage taken at first. A standard theory about why some people might not feel very high when using Delta-eight tetrahydrocannabinol is simply because they didn’t take enough.
Delta-Eight THC Dosage?
You need to take a small dosage at first when experimenting with Delta – Eight as it can be more potent than delta-nine tetrahydrocannabinol (or just plain old THC). What might seem like a good idea could turn out negative because your body is not used to this form of cannabinoid drugs. It takes some time for your system to process delta eight and start feeling its effects, which means you may need less of the chemical compound than someone who regularly uses marijuana.
What does delta 8 feel like?
It’s hard to say what Delta-Eight feels like because so many possible variables come into play. What type of cannabis strain was used? How much THC is in the drug you’re taking? Is any other substance mixed in with it, such as alcohol or prescription medication (especially for depression and anxiety)? These all factor into how high someone will get from this new form of cannabinoid drugs.
Delta-8 THC is not psychoactive and does not get you high. This compound has been shown to have significant potential in treating various diseases, such as glaucoma or epilepsy. It’s important to understand that this cannabinoid will not produce any euphoria like its counterpart delta-9 THC. If you are looking for a marijuana product with an experience similar to smoking weed, we recommend starting with another form of cannabis extract containing delta-9 THC instead.