Delta-8 is a chemical compound found in the cannabis plant. It's psychoactive, meaning it can cause you to get high, although most users describe it as a kind of dietary herb with weaker effects than delta-9 THC, the intoxicating component found in marijuana. In fact, Delta-8 is often referred to as “light marijuana” or “dietary herb”. Other common side effects of THC, such as paranoia, anxiety, and sleepiness, are also less potent.
Delta 8 THC is a very special cannabinoid that could close the gap between compounds such as CBD and marijuana. It has its own effects that cannot be described as too similar to those of CBD or Delta 9 THC. Because Delta 8 binds more weakly to the body's CB receptors, it generally has less potency and different effects on the body. The Delta 8 THC flower takes the raw buds of the hemp plant, rich in cannabinoids and terpenes, and infuses them with a pure, lab-tested Delta 8 THC distillate to provide that mild psychoactive touch along with a full-spectrum hemp experience.
Users describe their Delta 8 experience as a unique feeling of euphoria with a stimulating and relaxing body sensation. While marijuana and Delta 8 products may have mutually known properties in terms of their chemical structure, cannabinoids have completely different effects. Flower is available in a wide variety of varieties, such as Wedding Cake, Bubba Kush and many more. In addition to acting as a pure and raw form of hemp, the delta 8 flower is an interesting introduction to the market.
This lack of potency, greater accessibility and euphoric effects have led many cannabis users to switch to Delta 8 instead of marijuana. Over the past year, Delta 8 has gained great popularity in the cannabis community, with a promising future for relaxation and medical research.