Delta-8 THC is a Good Alternative for Those Seeking a Gentle High

Delta-8 THC products are becoming very popular in states where marijuana has not yet been legalized. This is due to a sort of legal loophole, which classifies these products as CBD rather than THC since delta-8 THC can be extracted from industrial hemp.

However, the FDA has recently proposed that delta-8 THC be classified as a Schedule I controlled substance, thus making delta-8 THC products illegal on a federal level. But for now, this is only a proposal, and
Delta 8 vape carts, tinctures, and edibles remain legal in the majority of states.

Delta-9 THC is what people commonly think of when they think about using marijuana. Delta-8 THC has a similar but milder high compared to delta-9 THC. Companies that produce delta 8 vape carts and other products estimate that delta-8 is around half as strong as delta-9 THC.

In fact, some people prefer the milder effects of Delta-8 THC, due to full-strength THC sometimes causing negative effects, such as couch-lock, paranoia, and anxiety. Rather, people who have tried delta-8 THC products have overall experienced a mild euphoria, happy feelings, and mild relief of pain and insomnia. Many find that delta-8 THC is a good choice for a gentle, creative high.

Although delta-8 THC products fall into a gray zone between CBD and THC, they will cause you to fail a drug test. While these products do produce a milder high, they should not be used in situations where you need to remain alert. As with all things, moderation is key.

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