What is Delta 10 THC and its effect?
Delta-10 THC is one of the hundreds of cannabinoids you can find in hemp/cannabis plant. However, it appears in such minute amounts that it can be time consuming to extract from hemp and cannabis strains. Therefore, with proper experience and equipment, Delta 10 can be produced in a similar conversion process to one used for producing Delta 8 THC. Delta 10 is an isomer with compounds that share an identical chemical formula like Delta 8 but are arranged differently. Due to the slight difference in chemical structure, this can translate into a completely new experience for the user.
While delta-10 isn’t quite as popular as delta-8 yet, it’s gaining popularity for its more cerebral, sativa-like head high that’s still gentler than what you get from recreational cannabis (delta-9), without too many rushing thoughts or paranoia. Delta 10 is generally considered more uplifting, therefore, may promote mood lifting properties. Since it can resemble sativa cannabis strains, it can stimulate mood and brain function overall, increasing enthusiasm and motivation. Users reported heightened focus, alertness, energy, and creativity. Delta- 10 being perfect for daytime use.
How does Delta 10 THC affect the body?
Though there is little research done on how Delta 10 THC affects the body, it likely interacts with the endocannabinoid system in similar ways as other THC compounds. Delta 10 may interact similarly with CB1 receptors but is known to be less psychoactive than Delta 9 and even Delta 8.
Does Delta 10 get you high?
It is known that delta 10 can potentially provide a psychoactive effect. However, it has a lower psychotropic potency than Delta 8 and Delta 9 so it can provide a less intense feel. Users describe effects and experiences that resemble those of a sativa cannabis strains.
Delta 10 may appeal to a mass audience that is looking for psychoactive benefits without the paranoia and anxiety that some users experience with Delta 9. What some may consider a “functional high.”
Will you fail a drug test with Delta 10?
Drug tests cannot distinguish different THC compounds. In simple terms, yes you can.