What Is Delta 8 THC?

Delta 8 THC is not new, but because of the awareness of health and wellness benefits found in CBD, it is becoming well-known.

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For centuries, the cannabis plant – commonly known as marijuana – has been used by people all over the world to help with various ailments. With psychoactive properties, it has long been looked down upon as a gateway drug to other addictions. However, studies have shown that the many different types of cannabinoids found in cannabis are actually very beneficial, including CBD, the non-psychoactive ingredient of marijuana, and THC.

In 2018, the federal government pushed through legislation that legalized CBD products that were made from the hemp plant, a cousin to cannabis. The products had to contain less than 0.3% THC in order to be sold. But that led consumers – and some in the medical profession – to ask questions about the other raw cannabinoids found in the hemp plant. Were they legal as well?

The answer was a resounding “yes” as long as they were derived from hemp as their original source. According to a National Cancer Institute study, one type of cannabinoid, Delta 8 THC, offers users some outstanding benefits and is now available in various products including chill-inducing gummies, vapes, and oils. According to the study, Delta 8 THC has “antiemetic, anxiolytic, appetite-stimulating, analgesic, and neuroprotective properties.” Residents of Missouri or other states in which medicinal marijuana is legal are able to schedule a consultation with Green Health Docs to obtain a medical cannabis card and start their natural healing journey. 

Delta 8 THC Has Many Health And Wellness Benefits

Delta 8 THC is not new, but because of the awareness of health and wellness benefits found in CBD, it is becoming well-known. You can find Delta 8 THC Gummies on the market and many people have found that it offers the same type of mental and health benefits as CBD and THC. Cannabis experts have researched how Delta 8 THC works. It binds to CB1 (in the brain and nervous system) and CB2 (immune and gastrointestinal system) endocannabinoid receptors in the body, and these receptors determine how the user reacts to it.

Another study has found that Delta 8 THC may increase acetylcholine levels in the body as well as regulate the brain’s ability to send neuronal messages.  This means that is can help someone who consumes it regularly, reduce memory loss. It helps the various parts of the brain communicate with each other and strengthens it.

From appetite stimulation to pain relied to mood stabilization, Delta 8 THC has been found in studies to help the user deal with various conditions without the unsettling psychoactive effects and dry mouth of other cannabinoids.

But Is Delta 8 THC Psychotropic Like Regular THC?

Yes, it is psychotropic, but according to some sources, it’s only about 50% as psychoactive as other cannabinoids, like Delta 9 THC. Delta 8 YHC seems to like the CB2 receptors much more than the CB1, and that could counterbalance mental conditions. For example, someone with an anxiety disorder would benefit from Delta 8 THC than regular THC. It will not get the user high, but it will provide with a pretty mellow feeling, like they had enjoyed a glass of wine. Users of Delta-8 THC stay clear-headed and lucid no matter how much they take.

Feeling anxious about a flight or having to speak before a crowd? Delta 8 THC Gummies will help you regain your control safely and effectively without anyone ever knowing. 

Where Can I Find Delta 8 THC?

 Want to try Delta 8 THC and see if this awesome hemp-based product will work for you? Five CBD can help. Each of our signature gummies are filled with 10 milligrams of pure Delta 8 THC. Our customers have come back to regale us with their stories of a powerful, manageable boost to their mental and emotional well-being.

 The next time your anxiety gives you trouble, consider trying some Delta 8 THC.

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