Delta 10 THC: Some important things to understand


In recent decades, marijuana products have grown tremendously in terms of variety. There are many isomers found but the most popular is of course Delta 9 THC. The isomer is considered the “most representative” of cannabis and has driven the industry for many years. Today we have other isomers like Delta 8 THC and Delta 10 THC for sale. This article will discuss Delta 10 THC.

What is Delta 10 THC? Is it an isomer of cannabis?

Delta 10 THC is an isomer of cannabis, just like the popular Delta 9 THC. What are isomers? What is the definition? Isomers are compounds with the same chemical formula but different atomic arrangements. So Delta 10 THC has the same chemical formula as Delta 9 THC but the chemical composition of the two is different. Because their chemical composition is different, they also differ in pharmacological terms.

In practical terms, different chemical compositions will produce different sensations. The benefits are different and the side effects are different. Delta 10 THC is an isomer discovered by accident by Fusion Farms located in California. When they extracted THC distillate from a batch of cannabis with flame retardant contamination, they found something different. They find some kind of mysterious crystal and at first, they mistakenly identify it as CBC and CBL. Once they realized they had discovered a new isomer, they focused on it. Today the cannabis companies make Delta 10 THC with the same conversion process as when they made Delta 8 THC but with “slight modifications”.

Can Delta 10 THC cause hangovers?

Of course, because this isomer is THC. THC, regardless of the isomer, is responsible for the “hangover sensation” in marijuana users. However, because the affinity of Delta 10 THC is weaker than that of Delta 9 THC, the sensation it causes is lighter. Most users report that the sensation they get is similar to the sensation caused by using Sativa high versus Indica.

Delta 10 THC can’t pass you a drug test because some or all drug testing methods still don’t distinguish marijuana isomers. If you feel that you will be tested then stopping the consumption of Delta 10 THC is a wise move.

Where can you get Delta 10 THC products?

In the market, Delta 10 THC products are still quite rare, however big manufacturers such as Delta Extrax provide Delta 10 THC in fairly large quantities. There are various variations of Delta 10 THC but the most popular variant is Delta 10 THC oil. It is predicted that the Delta 10 THC market will outperform the Delta 8 THC in the next few years.

Ultimately, cannabis products will be more varied in the future as the industry gets stronger. Of course, this is inseparable from the growing legalization in several states of the United States and several European countries for cannabis-derived products such as CBD. Are you now ready to give it a try?

Thank you for reading and have a nice day.

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