When it comes to pain relief, Delta 8 THC is the better option. It can help reduce pain and anxiety, while also increasing productivity and mental clarity. Plus, it's federally legal, although state laws may vary. This makes access easier than with Delta-9.One study evaluated subjects with nerve pain; they were treated with Delta 9 THC daily for 7 months.
At the end of the study, more than 90% of patients reported that their pain levels had dropped significantly. While no studies have yet investigated the effects of Delta 8 THC on pain in humans, it's likely that higher doses could produce similar results due to its higher potency. Delta-8 produces a mild “high” without the anxiety and paranoia caused by Delta-9 THC. Most people associate THC with Delta 9 (THC), the cannabinoid that causes them to become high when they smoke, vape, or eat marijuana. So, while Delta 8 is more widespread right now than Delta 9, it's not yet clear how long this will last. Delta 8 THC tinctures are available in different strengths, from 300 mg to 3000 mg of Delta 8 THC per bottle.
If you live in a state where you can safely buy and consume Delta 9 THC, you're in luck. It also ensures that its concentrations contain less than 0.3% of Delta 9 THC, which is the threshold required by federal law. For those who are too anxious to deal effectively with Delta 9 customers, Delta 8 is almost perfect for when things really need to be done. As of now, no federal agency has officially banned Delta 8 THC, despite the DEA recently issuing a negative statement regarding its legality.