As a new entrant into the world of delta-8 products, you will undoubtedly be faced with an array of choices in terms of product type and milligram strength. With that being said, this article is designed to help the consumer make a more informed decision when buying delta-8 products.
The first thing one needs to do before thinking about which product to buy determines what they intend on using it for – research or recreation. If your intention is strictly for research purposes, I would advise staying away from pure 100% delta-8 THC oil as it has no psychoactive properties and won’t get you high. Now there’s nothing wrong with that – but if all you’re doing is self trials monitoring how much CBD oil makes you sleep, how it affects your IBS symptoms, etc., you won’t need the THC.
If, on the other hand, you’re looking to buy delta 8 for recreational purposes, then you have a few different options at your disposal depending on what you are hoping to achieve. If all you’re looking to do is get stoned, then 100% pure delta-8 THC oil will probably not do much for you – as mentioned previously, it has no psychoactive properties and won’t affect the mind very much. However, CBN & CBD have some sedative effects, which can be quite lovely if that’s what you’re looking for.
Alternatively, if all you want to achieve is pain relief without getting too stoned or messed up in any way, I would advise looking into rosin press oils. This is just a fancy way of saying that the product you’re buying has been lab-tested and had all the non-psychoactive elements extracted from it – so don’t worry, you won’t get high by smoking it.
Where to purchase delta 8? So let’s say we know we want to buy delta-8 THC oil for recreational purposes, and we don’t care about getting messed up at all; how do we go about picking out a proper cartridge? Well, first off, let’s make sure you are aware of some basic terminology. If you’re not familiar with what CBD , CBN & CBC mean, I would advise doing some research before continuing any further. But if you are already up to speed on this stuff, then here are some points worth mentioning.
CBD is one of the main cannabinoids that get people “high” and has tons of different medical benefits. CBN – Also known as Cannabinol, this cannabinoid is typically found in much higher concentrations in older cannabis plants. It’s not quite as strong as CBD but can still provide some pain relief effects. CBC – This cannabinoid typically makes up the bulk of what the plant produces, which means it will be harder to find high potency products with higher than 1-2% concentrations. There are also hundreds of cannabinoids at very low percentages, so don’t expect to get stoned by smoking them either.