What & When with Eight, Nine, & Ten
Just when you think you have your cannabinoids all sorted out, there is yet another one being added to the mix. Delta-8 has been the recent show stopper due to its similarities with Delta-9, or better known as THC. Delta-9 is the main cannabinoid found in the cannabis plant that can create a high. Delta-8 is legal in a wide span across the United States and has very similar effects to Delta-9, which is why it has found its way into the hands of countless cannabis consumers.
The new kid on the block that is perhaps surpassing Delta-8 is cannabinoid number 10, Delta-10. Like 8 and 9, Delta-10 is a cannabinoid found in the cannabis plant. It is similar to Delta-8 in the way that it is less potent than regular THC (Delta-9) and although legal in the United States, a number of states have personally outlawed it. The differences between the two are notable in the effects where Delta-8 is known to be more sedating and Delta-10 is reported as more uplifting.
Recreational THC or Delta-9 is still prohibited in Ohio, so you won't find a spot on the shelves for that at Hemp General just yet. However, Delta-8 still sits there in many attractive forms but is making room for a new bud in town, Delta-10, coming very soon!