Delta 9 is quickly becoming one of the most sought-after cannabinoids on the market. Though this cannabinoid has a history of use that dates back roughly 10,000 years, people are using it now more than ever before. Delta 9 might sound like an exciting new way to get faded, but if you have ever puffed the ganj, then you’ve already had your first D9 experience!
So, what is D9? You’ve probably heard about D9 at this point and might think that you don’t know what it is. Well, you’re probably far more familiar than you realize! Still, we want to help you become confident and informed so when you get your swerve on with D9, you know exactly what you’re getting into.
In this article, we’re going to unveil the mystery of what Delta-9 Tetrahydrocannabinol is, talk about how it might affect you, and even introduce you to some of the awesome products we make!
Whether you’re a blossoming space cadet or a seasoned space cowboy, this article is going to make you a bonafide ganja guru.
A Closer Look at Delta 9
Sure, getting ripped is the bee’s knees, but it’s important to be aware of what you’re putting in your body. The cannabis industry has always had a bit of an underbelly. Sure, you aren’t buying dub sacks anymore from that sketchy dude “T” who lives downstairs, but there are still plenty of pitfalls you need to watch out for.
The legality of THC products becoming more and more lenient has been awesome. You can get baked freely in a handful of states, ganj products are readily available, and a bunch of normal weed people are legally making bank off of cannabis. Yay, right? Mostly…
The combination of legality, popularity and a ton of money being thrown around has inspired a plethora of bootleggers to hit the market in hopes of a quick buck. These back-alley cheeba pirates provide products of deplorable quality. They really don’t care about following FDA regulations or ensuring that you’re getting safe, high-quality products.
Needless to say, it’s best to avoid any bootleg products. How do you avoid subpar products? Knowledge, baby! The more you know about Delta 9, the less likely you are to end up with booty products that get you more frustrated than faded.
We’ve got your back boo. Time to get schooled on D9!
What is Delta 9?
The name “Delta 9” might sound like some futuristic cannabinoid, but it’s actually just THC! People just call it THC for short because Delta-9 Tetrahydrocannabinol is a pain in the ass to say.
THC is arguably the most famous cannabinoid of all time. This is the summer of love cannabinoid… The cream of the crop… If there was a Wheaties box with a cannabinoid superstar on it, that superstar would be THC. Sure, CBD is also incredibly popular, but there is some difference between these two cannabinoids that makes THC the clear winner in our minds.
Delta 9 THC is one of 113 cannabinoids that we humans are currently aware of. There might be some more, but we aren’t there yet. D9 is a highly psychoactive form of THC that is known for making you stoney bologna, causing you to eat all the cookies, and ultimately helping you giggle your silly little head off.
Does Delta 9 Get You Baked?
YES! (Sorry, we got excited)
Delta 9 is a potent cannabinoid that will most certainly get you baked. This compound is the primary form of THC produced in both cannabis plants: cannabis indica and cannabis sativa. There are also other forms of THC such as Delta 8 THC and Delta 10 THC. All of the different types of THC are psychoactive and will get you lit, but they do have varying potencies.
Delta 8 THC products are known for providing a nice, mellow body high, while a lot of people say that Delta-10 offers a slightly more psychedelic feeling. Delta 9 is arguably the most potent form of naturally occurring THC and is famous for getting you baked in the classic THC way. If you’ve ever toked the ganj or chowed down on a THC cookie, you know exactly what we’re talking about.
Delta-9 THC vs CBD
There are a handful of differences between Delta 9 and CBD. For starters, CBD is often found in higher concentrations in cannabis sativa while cannabis indica often produces higher concentrations of D9. Both of these compounds can be crafted into a bunch of different products and both have risen to super-star status in the world of cannabis.
The main difference between cannabidiol (CBD) and Delta 9 (THC) is that D9 is highly psychoactive and CBD is not. For this reason, CBD is used primarily for wellness purposes, and D9 is used primarily for recreational purposes. Both compounds are awesome, just make sure to use D9 when you want to get baked and CBD when you don’t.
Delta 9 vs Drug Tests
Drug tests suck and most people don’t have to take them anymore. That being said, not everyone is so lucky. Plenty of people are subject to regular drug tests for work or for a number of other reasons. Unfortunately, drug tests used to check for marijuana use were designed specifically to detect the presence of THC in your body.
Because Delta 9 is THC, it can definitely cause you to fail a drug test. If you’re worried about peeing in a cup and getting busted, we highly recommend speaking to your doctor before using any Delta 9 products.
Why People Love Delta 9
When it comes to D9, there is definitely a whole lot to love. This compound has been a part of the human experience for thousands of years and we don’t see that changing anytime soon. D9 has been used by everyone from paupers to Queens, embraced for medicinal and recreational purposes, and has been utilized in ceremonial practices by various cultures for centuries.
D9 can be used in a huge variety of cannabis products like gummies, vapes, and edibles. This compound gets you super lit and keeps you in the stars for hours. Between the feeling of being baked and the incredibly tasty formulations, what’s not to love?
Ok, we’re definitely ready to get lit.
Go grab your Delta 9 and get in the TRĒ House!