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3 Reasons to Try Delta 8

Delta 8 is suddenly everywhere on the internet, but are delta 8 THC products legal, safe, and trustworthy?
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If you choose the right brand and product type, trying delta 8 can be a liberating, soothing, or even mind-blowing experience. Let’s take a look at the top 3 reasons you should give delta 8 a shot:

1. Legally, it’s different from delta 9 THC

Delta 9 THC and delta 8 THC have different chemical structures, so under the 2018 Farm Bill, delta 8 is generally considered to be “industrial hemp,” not the Schedule I drug “marijuana.” Since these two forms of THC are chemically different, delta 8 is commonly sold online and shipped across state lines while such practices are prohibited when it comes to delta 9.

2. The effects are different, too

It can be subtle at first, but delta 8 and delta 9 have notably different effects that might make D8 more appropriate for the average cannabis user. Hardcore stoners may feel let down that delta 8 is generally reported to have slightly milder effects than delta 9. If you’re tired of flipping out on random people for no reason when you’re high, though, be advised that delta 8 also appears to cause significantly less anxiety and paranoia than THC’s conventional form.

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3. You can buy delta 8 almost anywhere

Right now, you can only buy delta 9 THC products in certain states, and doing so is often difficult due to state-specific legal complexities and ongoing pandemic-related economic restrictions. Some states have moved to ban delta 8 or make it harder to get, but in the vast majority of the United States, you can buy delta 8 products online even if the nearest recreational cannabis dispensary is hundreds of miles away. Even if you live somewhere cannabis is legal, buying delta 8 online is much more convenient than dealing with dispensaries.