I have been a cannabis smoker from a very young age and I am not willing to pay the medical marijuana card. So, I bought THC-O and, to tell you the truth, it takes a little longer to get the same effect from marijuana, but it's legal for me to buy it and I love it. THC-O produces an effect very similar to other forms of marijuana, but with a much more psychedelic touch. The main attraction of the cannabinoid is that it is a legal way to increase much higher than what delta-8 can normally provide.
Even compared to marijuana, you'll experience a “higher high” with THC-O. At very high doses, this compound may be disabling. Users report that they can't move very easily, feel lethargic, and find it difficult to maintain a mental space coherent enough to communicate effectively. Comparatively, delta 8 THC has a similar intense effect, with an emphasis on the more relaxing components of THC, only much milder.
The general consensus is that THC-O is approximately three times stronger than THC delta 9, so the dose would be approximately one-third of what would normally be taken when using normal THC products. THC Delta 9 and THC delta 10 are much more stimulating in their effects and approximately one third of the potency of THC-O when used at the same dose. Moderate doses are a bit psychedelic and many people describe it as such. The rise of another THC analogue, Delta 8 THC, is likely to be driving new interest in this and other THC analogs.