Eighty Six Brand Breaks Down What a Delta-8 THC High Feels Like
1.7 min readPublished On: March 29th, 2021By News Team
SOUTH EL MONTE, Calif., – So you’ve heard that Delta-8 THC products allow you to get high, legally, nationwide. And as the minor cannabinoid continues to blow up in the country, the questions on everyone’s mind are: how does the high feel? How long does the high last? How long does it stay in the system?Eighty Six Brand is here to deliver everything you need to know about the Delta-8 THC experience!
What is Delta-8 THC?
Delta-8 THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol, is a minor cannabinoid that occurs naturally in cannabis plants. As an analogue of the traditional Delta-9 THC, Delta-8 produces a psychoactive high similar to its Delta-9 counterpart.
Comparing the Highs
If you were to describe the high traditional cannabis delivers it’s INTENSE. And if you were to describe the Delta-8 THC high, it’s MELLOW.
Two of the most well-known side effects of traditional cannabis are anxiety and paranoia. When it comes to the psychoactive experience Delta-, however, those appear to go away completely.
Delta-8 users find the high to be incredibly relaxing, often finding themselves clear-headed and able to take on tasks with ease. Other effects include a stimulated appetite – AKA, a not-as-intense, let-me-raid-the-fridge version of the munchies.
The method you’re using, your tolerance, and other factors ultimately affect how long Delta-8 lasts for you. Vaping, for example, delivers an intense, but short-lived experience. Expect the high to last up to five hours, with its peak hitting you between 30 minutes and two and a half hours after dosing. Should you opt for eating it, the onset time is longer, but once the effects are felt, the high lasts up to ten to twelve hours!
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