Delta-8 THC has psychoactive and intoxicating effects. Delta-8 THC has psychoactive and intoxicating effects, similar to those of delta-9 THC (that is, the FDA is aware of media reports about delta-8 THC products that cause consumers to “get high”). A survey of delta-8 users supports this, and respondents reported that they felt less paranoid, less anxious and that they had a “more pleasant high” compared to delta-9-THC. The most common experiences using delta-8 were relaxation, euphoria, and pain relief.
People reported that they had some difficulty concentrating, short-term memory problems and an altered sense of time, although not to the same extent as with regular marijuana. Most will describe taking Delta 8 as a very pleasant and uplifting experience. It usually provides a deep sense of relief and peace of mind to its users. Some might even say that it gives them a feeling of floating, as if all the weight had been taken off.
Consuming delta-8 can cause many unwanted side effects, including psychosis. Psychosis can occur due to the regular consumption of cannabis products and can even trigger lasting mental health problems. After learning more about the effects of Delta 8 THC, there has been a big boom in Delta 8 products. This is because natural Delta 8 is only found in very small quantities in the hemp plant and is difficult to extract on its own.
By contrast, Delta 8 offers a quieter and more relaxing experience that might be preferred at the end of the day. If this happens, the effect will disappear as soon as the Delta 8 has been fully processed in your system.