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Delta 9 FAQ’s

Delta 9 THC products stimulate the brain to release neurotransmitters that help boost energy. The neurotransmitters relseased are dopamine, norepinephrine, and serotonin. These neurotransmitters are also known as “happy hormones” because they can elevate your mood and help you feel better.

Delta-9 THC has been associated with a wide range of potential medical benefits.

According to 2021 research, THC might be able to treat:

-Low Appetite
-muscle spasticity
-obstructive sleep apnea

Potential benefits on consuming Delta-9 may include: Relaxation, Decreased Anxiety, Increased appetite, Clarity and Brain function

Meet Hemp-derived Delta-9 THC. The 2018 Farm bill that legalized hemp created a loophole for an unregulated copycat of marijuana. A form of Delta 9 THC – the psychoactive substance in pot – doesn’t face the same laws and regulations as marijuana because it comes from hemp.

Whether you’re consuming Delta-9 THC from your local dispensary or online, the cannabinoids metabolize into the same THC metabolites in your body. That means consuming any amount of any THC can cause you to fail a test. The legal limit is 0.3% Delta-9 THC in a CBD or Hemp-derived product.

You can safely consume Delta-9. But it has some potential risks and side effects.

Common short-term effects of delta-9 THC include:

-dry mouth
-increased appetite
-red eyes
-slowed reaction times

Delta-9 is a type of cannabis. It gets its name from the fact that it has 9 THC molecules. Unlike CBD, delta 9 THC is psychoactive, which means it can make you feel high. Cannabis plants contain many different cannabinoids, and each one has its effects.

Every State BUT Washington State.