Yo, what’s good, y’all? It’s ya boy, Dan, back again with the latest on the cannabinoid craze that’s taking over the streets. We all know about CBD and its therapeutic properties, but now there’s a new THC compound in town that’s making major waves – delta 10.
Delta 10 is a type of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) found in trace amounts in the cannabis plant. It can cause a psychoactive high when consumed by humans, but it’s less potent than delta 9 THC, which is the type most commonly found in marijuana. But don’t get it twisted – delta 10 may be weaker than delta 9, but it still packs a punch.
So why is everyone talking about delta 10? Well, for starters, it’s a rare and elusive cannabinoid that’s difficult to extract from cannabis plant matter. Instead, manufacturers have to make it synthetically from other cannabinoids. And even though scientists have known about delta 10 THC for some time now, it wasn’t until recently that contemporary brands started selling this cannabinoid in larger quantities than ever seen before.
But what are the benefits of delta 10? Compared to delta 8 THC, which is often used as a diluted version of weed, capable of causing a less intense high than the “real” thing, delta 10 is more like a mild sativa. It has energizing effects comparable to a sativa cannabis strain. Users report feeling uplifted, with a positive mood and a subtle hint of more energy. Some users suggest that D10 is more appropriate for daytime use, while delta 8 is best reserved for the evening.
Now here’s where things get tricky – is delta 10 legal? Some believe delta 10 to be federally legal because it is typically derived from hemp. As per the US Farm Bill, hemp and its derivatives are permitted provided that they contain less than 0.3% THC. In this case, the wording is taken to refer only to delta 9. But several states have taken motion to ban D10, often due to a lack of studies and regulation. There are concerns about its safety, too.
If you’re looking to try out delta 10 for yourself, there are a variety of products available on the market, from gummies and cartridges to cakes and chocolate. But be careful where you buy it from – only purchase from reputable brands that have plenty of information on their website and Certificates of Analysis (COAs) available to view. And when using D10 for the first time, follow the golden rule and go low and slow.
The world of delta 10 THC is still largely understudied, but it’s gaining popularity among cannabis enthusiasts who want a mild and uplifting high. So if you’re feeling adventurous and want to try something new, give delta 10 a shot. Who knows – it might just become your new favorite cannabinoid. Peace out, y’all!