If you are a smoker or know someone who is then you should consider this Delta 8 THC tips to help you on your way to kicking the habit. Delta 8, also known as THC, is believed to be the active ingredient in marijuana. Research has shown that it has similar psychotropic (mind altering) properties to the active ingredient in marijuana, THC.
The two substances are believed to interact through the nervous system and potentially cause a sense of euphoria. For this reason, many people take Delta 8 for anxiety and mood disorders, and it is now being considered as a medical treatment for cancer, including glioma and breast cancer.
It is unknown how delta 8 gummy affects the human brain, however, much research has been done on animals. It is possible that chronic smokers of marijuana will develop a tolerance for the drug. As the body builds up a tolerance the brain becomes less sensitive to the effect of Delta 8, which could lead to withdrawal symptoms when the body attempts to use it again. This theory has been tested in animals and humans and has been proven wrong. It appears that Delta 8 can act like other compounds in the body and it may act like an endocannabinoid system.
An alternative theory is that Delta 8 THC acts in the same way as an antiemetic. It is possible that because Delta 8 has the ability to act like an endocannabinoid system, it could produce the same effects as an antiemetic drug. An antiemetic is often used for serious, life threatening side effects. If a person suffers from debilitating diseases, such as HIV/AIDS, leukaemia, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease or multiple sclerosis, then they may want to consider trying Delta 8 to treat these ailments.
Another possible side effects associated with Delta 8 THC is the appetite suppression. A recent study found that the appetite was affected by the concentration of Delta 8 THC present in a test subject’s blood stream. The more Delta 8 THC a subject had in his blood stream the less likely he would be to have his daily appetite suppressed.
This theory may be partly true because increased Delta 8 THC levels in a blood stream also means increased brain activity and a slower metabolism. This could mean that the appetite suppression could be partially caused by the increased brain activity.
Finally, one of the most interesting side effects of Delta 8 THC is the fact that it acts like a typical Cannabinoid. There is a two-fold reaction involved when THC enters the human body. Firstly, the body immediately starts to produce a false feeling of well being and euphoria. Secondly, the body begins to create a false feeling of painlessness and discomfort. These two feelings are often mistaken for the likes of a headache, joint ache or the “pins and needles” sensation that people associate with the famous marijuana high.
Although cannabis use has been on the decline in many countries, it still has a strong hold on society and popular culture. Many countries across the world still strictly regulate its sale and consumption. Despite these strict regulations, there is one country that seems to have embraced cannabis use without regulation or legislation – Thailand.
Its unique ability to grow and distribute small amounts of Delta 9 THC, or two major synthetic cannabinoids, without causing a massive amount of crime or disorder, has made it one of the leading destinations for cannabis cultivation and production. It is unclear whether Thailand’s unique set of circumstances will lead it to further liberalisation of its cannabis laws, but with its seemingly limitless potential, this country could become a leader in cannabis research and development.