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Delta 9

Of the 113 known cannabinoids that make up the cannabis, the best known is delta 9, frequently referred to as THC (tetrahydrocannabinol).  If you are looking for the classic “high” associated with cannabis products, look no further than products containing delta 9.  What’s Your Treat has you covered with a premium selection of goodies containing delta-9 and at a wide range of potencies to meet your taste. Below are some commonly asked questions regarding delta 9.

What is delta 9?

Delta 9 is a plant-based chemical found in cannabis and hemp. It is the most widely occurring form of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) in these plants and is mainly responsible for the intoxicating high you experience when using these products. It is generally seen as more potent than delta 8 and delta 10.

Do you get high off delta 9?

Yes, delta 9 is the most abundant from of THC which is a psychoactive known to produce an intoxicating high.

When was delta 9 discovered?

Delta-9 was first discovered in 1964.

How can delta 9 be consumed?

Delta 9 can be consumed in multiple ways, including vaping and eating products containing this cannabinoid.

Can you fail a drug test when using delta 9 products?

Yes, delta-9 is essentially THC which is the chemical drug tests are designed to look for and analyze.

How long does it take for the effects of delta 9 to kick in?

The answer really depends on two factors: ingestion method and dosage.  Inhalation such as smoking or vaping will lead to more immediate effects than edibles, and products with higher dosages will likely lead to a quicker and more intense effects.

What is the difference between delta 9 and delta 8?

While delta 8 THC and delta 9 THC are both types of THC that occur in cannabis, delta-9 is known as the more potent form and produces a more intoxicating high. Delta-8-THC is also legal in all states under 0.3% THC and in 36 states as well as federally over 0.3% while delta 9 THC under 0.3% THC is legal everywhere but is only legal in 20 states and illegal at the federal level above 0.3%.

Can pets use products containing delta 9?

No, products containing delta-9 (really any cannabis product besides CBD) should be strictly kept away from pets due to their toxicity.  Contact a veterinary professional in case your pet ingest something containing concentrated THC.

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