WHAT IS DELTA 8 9 10?
What is Delta 8 9 10 ? HHC HHP ? Although we know they differ in effects, chemically they are very similar to each other. In naming compounds, the carbons are counted. So for Delta 8 THC, there is a double bond at the #8 carbon. Delta 9 THC, this double bond is at the #9 carbon and so on.
How is HHC, HHC-Oac and HHC-P made?
HHC is a THC relative long known to science, but until recently not often discussed by cannabis users. HHC is a minor cannabinoid; it occurs naturally in cannabis, but in amounts too small to make extraction cost-effective. Since commercial production of HHC is just getting off the ground, it’s still not widely known.Most cannabinoids can be converted to other cannabinoids by altering the chemistry of the molecules. Like delta 8 THC and Delta 10 THC. Commercial HHC is made from hemp-derived CBD in a lab through chemical processes. HHC has one major legal advantage over delta 8 and delta 10: it isn’t called THC.
Side effects? Does HHC get you high?
This is kind of tricky. Although HHC isn’t technically a THC, it does produce similar effects—if you use enough of it. When it’s produced in the lab, an HHC batch is a mix of active and inactive HHC molecules. The active HHC binds well with your body’s cannabinoid receptors; the others don’t.
Pretty much everything we know about HHC’s effects and side effects is anecdotal. That said, users report the same set of side effects familiar to delta 9 THC users: anxiety and paranoia, dry mouth, dry and red eyes, hunger, and insomnia.
WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DELTA 8 THC, DELTA 8 THCO, DELTA 8 THCP, & DELTA 9 THCP?
Delta 10 THC?
researchers have discovered many forms of THC, known as THC isomers. The most well-known THC found in cannabis is technically called delta 9 THC. Today, there are various isomers like Delta 8 THC .
Now Delta 10 THC, or Δ10-THC. To put it simply, isomers are compounds that share an identical chemical formula but are arranged differently. This new structure usually comes with new pharmacological properties.
As we learned with delta 8 THC, this slight difference in chemical structure could translate into an entirely new experience for the user. The novelty has gotten cannabis users excited about trying these “new versions” of THC like delta 8 and delta 10. Just like a new weed strain, it offers an alternative to the same old high, and it comes with its own unique effects and benefits.
Delta 10 THC get you high?
Yes. Since delta 10 is a form of THC, it has the potential to get you high. A delta 10 high is said to be less intense than delta 9 and delta 8. It’s also said to be more of a head buzz than a full body high. Delta 10 THC tends to have a weaker affinity for binding to the CB1 receptors, resulting in milder effects. According to some users, the effects of delta 10 are more akin to a