How Long Does Delta 8 High Last?
, by Vivimu Blog, 7 min reading time
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, by Vivimu Blog, 7 min reading time
It's no secret that psychoactive cannabinoids provide a variety of different highs and experiences. Over the past several decades, Delta 9 has ruled the industry through mostly flower and flower-like products. It's not until recent years that Delta 8 started picking up in popularity and started being consumed more, simply due to the fact it was a worthy legal substitute for the almighty Delta 9.
The big question is, how does Delta 8 compare to Delta 9? Does it hold a candle to its seemingly superior counterpart? The best way to figure out the answer to this question is by listening to consumer's feedback. Just as with consuming any product, tolerance can be built quiet easily.
With that being said, let's dive into learning a bit more about Delta 8 THC and see if we can scientifically explore how high Delta 8 THC can really get you in comparison to Delta 9 and for how long the Delta 8 high could last.
Delta 8 THC is a cannabinoid derived from the cannabis plant. Unlike Delta 9 THC, which is the main psychoactive component of cannabis, Delta 8 THC is only mildly psychoactive and has therapeutic benefits.
Delta 8 THC functions by binding to the CB1 and CB2 receptors responsible for regulating mood, pain, and appetite. Unlike Delta 9 THC, which can cause anxiety and paranoia, Delta 8 THC is calming and relaxing. Cancer patients often use it to help with the side effects of chemotherapy, such as nausea and vomiting.
While Delta 8 THC is not as well known as its counterpart, Delta 9 THC, it’s becoming a more popular way to experience the benefits of cannabis without the adverse side effects. If you are looking for a less-potent and effective way to enjoy the benefits of cannabis, Delta 8 THC may be suitable for you.
Delta 8 THC is similar to Delta 9 THC, the active ingredient in marijuana, but it is less potent. Delta 8 THC is also known as Delta 8 tetrahydrocannabinol.
Delta 8 THC has some psychoactive effects, but it is not as potent as Delta 9 THC. Delta 8 THC is available in various forms, including tinctures, edibles, and vape cartridges. So how high you can get depends on the route of administration. It’s important to note that because Delta 8 is not as potent as Delta 9 doesn’t mean it’s not powerful. If you consume too much, you can become uncomfortable. Many users report eating Delta 8 has similar effects to Delta 9.
Delta 8 THC is a potent cannabinoid, and it is crucial to start with a low dose and increase gradually to avoid any adverse side effects. Delta 8 THC is a promising new compound, and more research is needed to understand its potential therapeutic benefits fully.
So we know Delta 8 gets you high, but how long does it take to become effective? Delta 8 THC typically takes effect within 30-60 minutes or more when ingested. When inhaled, Delta 8 THC can take effect even faster, within 15-20 minutes. The effects of Delta 8 THC lasts for several hours.
Delta 8 THC is known for its potent effects, including euphoria, relaxation, and pain relief. Delta 8 THC is also known to induce paranoia and anxiety in some people, so it is vital to start with a low dose and increase gradually as needed. If you experience any adverse effects, stop using Delta 8 THC and consult a doctor.
Delta 8 THC is a potent cannabinoid that can have differing effects on users, depending on your physiology and tolerance. Delta 8 THC produces a strong psychoactive effect, which can be overwhelming for first-time users or those with lower tolerances.
If you’re an experienced user, we suggest starting slow still. Everyone is different, and cross-tolerance is something that’s well understood yet. Some users may have more significant effects than others, even if you’re a long-term Delta 9 consumer.
Some users report feeling more anxious or paranoid after taking Delta 8 THC, while others find it relaxing and euphoric. Delta 8 THC can also cause dry mouth, red eyes, and increased heart rate. It is crucial to start with a low dose if you are new to Delta 8 THC and gradually increase your dose until you find the best level.
Delta 8 THC can have various effects on the human body. For some people, the effects of Delta 8 THC can last for several hours, while others may only feel the effects for a short time. The length of time that Delta 8 THC effects last will depend on a variety of factors, including your tolerance level, the amount of Delta 8 THC consumed, and the method of consumption.
Delta 8 THC is most commonly consumed via smoking or vaping. When Delta 8 THC is smoked or vaporized, it enters the bloodstream relatively quickly, and the effects are felt almost immediately. The effects of Delta 8 THC will typically peak within 30 minutes to an hour and can last for several hours.
Delta 8 THC can also be consumed orally, either in edibles or tinctures. When Delta 8 THC is ingested orally, it takes much longer to feel the effects. This is because the liver must first metabolize Delta 8 THC before it enters the bloodstream. The effects of Delta 8 THC can usually be felt within 1 to 3 hours after consumption and can last for several hours.
Delta 8 THC is a cannabinoid that is similar to Delta 9 THC, the active ingredient in marijuana. Delta 8 THC is less potent than Delta 9 THC and has a different effect on the body. Delta 8 THC is known to provide a more clear-headed high, while Delta 9 THC can cause couch-lock and sleepiness. Also, Delta 8 THC is known to be less anxiety-inducing than Delta 9 THC. Delta 8 THC is legal in some states, while illegal in others, just Delta 9 THC. Additionally, they both are found in hemp-derived products.
Delta 8 THC binds to the same receptors as Delta 9 THC. The difference between the two is that Delta 9 THC has a greater psychoactive effect than Delta 8 THC. So, while Delta 8 has psychoactive effects, it does not produce the same degree of intensity as Delta 9 THC. It is largely attributed to the fact that Delta 8 does not stay bound to the receptors as long as Delta 9.
It’s safe to say Delta 8 will get you high. Depending on how much you consume, maybe too high. So be careful and always start low and increase your dose from there. Don’t let the fact that it’s less potent than Delta 9 fool you. Anecdotally it is much more tolerable than Delta 9 if consumed carefully. Most users report the ability to function on Delta 8, whereas with Delta 9, you may get couch-locked much easier. However, like anything, moderation is key to having a great time.
We’ve said this before, but as a reminder, everyone is different. Take your time and try a few products to see what works best for you. Remember, start low and slow; you can always consume more. What works for one person may not be the same for the next. If enjoyed responsibly, Delta 8 induces a beautiful high. We hope you enjoy it responsibly.