According to Mercury News: The effects of Delta–8 THC and the traditional Delta-9 THC are fairly similar, but the potency of Delta–8 is what sets it apart from its highly psychoactive counterpart. Delta–8 can make you feel high, but it is thought to create a milder effect.
When combined with cannabinoids such as CBN (typically reportedly used for anxiety or sleep) the D8 has different effects. Use it with CBD for a milder euphoric sensation.
And, while we don’t judge, millions of people choose to drink each week throughout America. Many of them suffer hangovers. And, while a high quality plant, such as a hemp plant is thought to lessen the after-effects of an alcohol-induced night out, users of Delta-8 THC report a euphoric feeling without the hangover.
Consumers report effects of Delta-8 can last anywhere from 3 – 8 hours.
According to Kush, a substance meeting the definition of “hemp” is legal for purposes of state and federal controlled substances laws regardless of its Delta 8-THC concentration. This means that any hemp-derived Delta 8 THC that has less than .3% of Delta 9 THC is legal.
The short answer is “yes.”
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