Delta-8 THC has become increasingly popular in recent years, as it is believed to provide many of the same benefits as Delta-9 THC, without the intense psychoactive effects. Delta-8 THC is a cannabinoid found in hemp and marijuana plants, and it can be consumed or vaped. It is known to help relax and relieve pain, but it can also lead to tolerance build-up if used too frequently. Some companies have attempted to make Delta-8 THC more potent by increasing the levels of CBN in the drug, which is another cannabinoid that produces psychoactive effects.
However, THC Delta 10 has been found to be less potent than THC Delta 8.Meanwhile, overstimulation of CB1 receptors by excessive consumption of THC Delta-8 or Delta-9 can cause lethargy, disorientation, anxiety (and possibly panic), dry mouth and eyes, increased heart rate and loss of coordination. Commercial quantities of Delta-8 are the result of a meticulous extraction and conversion process that is carried out in a laboratory. Both Delta-8 THC and Delta-9 THC are composed of the same set of elements (carbon, hydrogen and oxygen), and they only differ slightly in the way those elements are organized. A 1973 study found that the effects of Delta-8 THC mimicked those of THC, but were not as intense.
This is why some people prefer to use Delta-8 instead of its more powerful cousin, Delta-9.However, it is impossible to say definitively that Delta-8 THC does not give a positive result in a drug test, since it depends on the quality and content of the specific product used, as well as the type of drug test administered. Manufacturers of THC Delta-8 may also market their products with unproven claims of health benefits that could jeopardize public health. Therefore, it is important to be aware of the potential risks associated with using this drug before consuming it.