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Delta 8 - FAQ

Delta 8 - FAQWhat is Delta 8?

Delta 8, also known as THC, is a cannabinoid that is found in marijuana. It is slightly different to the normal THC that we all know, and love is called delta 9 THC.

CBD and regular THC binds to two different kinds of receptors, but in between these two, delta 8 THC binds to both CBD and THC receptors. The effects of the delta 8 are mostly like regular THC but with a more soft and less-lasting high.

Does Delta 8 Get You High?

Yes, it does, but that actually does not feel like THC at all. It feels more like a midway buzz, lighter and also less distracting with a shorter duration. Just like the light hemp version, there are fewer fillings, and it tastes great!

As we all know, there has always been delta8 present in hemp and cannabis. Same as the CBD, until we isolated cannabis strains and started to selectively breed them.

Let us also not forget the magic of industrial and central production. The company collaborates with senior laboratory technicians to develop Delta 8 to focus and optimize Delta 8 to maximum efficiency. So, you will definitely feel something, but you won't be baked on the sofa like regular marijuana.

Does Delta 8 Have Health Benefits?

There are researches that claim that delta 8 do have health benefits some of them are:

· Pain and inflammation relief.

· Treats Anxiety.

· Helps fight nausea in cancer patients.

Currently, there is no conclusive research on the beneficial effects of Delta 8 in treating some diseases. However, since it not only binds to THC and CBD receptors but also has real medical applications for THC and CBD, it can be concluded that delta 8 may have potentials in the same context.

Does Delta 8 Come in Anything But a Distillate or Concentrate Cartridge?

Using regular industrial hemp will not bring you any benefits. However, we are still at the start of the Delta 8 hype. Field farmers are working hard to breed plant strains with the highest Delta 8 concentration.

Like any cannabinoid, Delta 8 is also extracted from plants and then concentrated for consumption. It can also be mixed with other hemp derivatives such as terpenes and CBD.

What is the difference between CBD and THC?

The difference between CBD (Cannabidiol) and THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) is that CBD is not as psychoactive as THC. For many health reasons, CBD can be used, but CBD will never give consumers the psychoactive properties that Delta 8 and Delta 9. THC has most (if not all) CBD benefits, but it also brings euphoria, which may be of great benefit to many users.

What does Delta-8 THC do?

In addition to providing mild high doses without the common side effects associated with cannabis (such as paranoia), Delta-8 THC also has broad therapeutic potential, especially as an antiemetic.

It's no small miracle that it helps cancer patients reduce their food intake during chemotherapy, but the potential use cases of Delta-8 THC are not limited to this. Cancer patients are also interested in a 1975 study that linked Delta-8 THC treatment with reduced tumour and longer survival in mice with lung cancer.

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