Cannabis researchers have discovered many different forms of THC over the past few decades. These are known as THC isomers. Technically, delta 9 THC is the most popular THC found in cannabis. There are many isomers today, including delta 8 THC and delta 10 THC or D10-THC. Isomers, which are compounds with a similar chemical formula but are arranged in different ways, are simply words that describe the compound. These new structures often have new pharmacological properties.
Does Delta-10 THC Get You High?
Yes. Delta 10 is a THC-based form, so it can get you high. The delta 10 high is less intense than the delta 9 or delta 8 highs. The effect is described as more of a head buzz rather than a full-body high. Delta 10 THC has a lower affinity for binding the CB1 receptors. This results in milder effects. Some users claim that delta 10 THC has more of a sativa effect than an indica high, with less anxiety and paranoia.
Sativa strains have more cerebral and uplifting effects, which makes them ideal for daytime use. This is especially true when compared with delta 8 gummies, which tend to have more of the indica strains’ sedative and couchlocking effects.
Delta 10 THC can still cause you to fail drug tests. Many testing facilities cannot distinguish between different THC isomers. It could be positive for delta9 THC. Delta 10 THC products should be avoided if you are aware that you may be subject to drug testing.
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