What are the effects of delta-10

What Are The Effects of Delta-10?

Consumers have reported Delta-10 as having a type of “sativa-like” high. And different from their accompanying strings (Delta-8 and Delta-9). These same consumers describe the Delta-10 as high as being more “mellow.” Other words to describe the high have been classified as being more “calming” and “smooth.”

Key takeaways

  • Delta-10 provides a “cannabis” high, very similar to the effects of THC, which is considered a “high” that classifies as an “altered body image, auditory and/or visual illusions, pseudohallucinations, and ataxia from selective impairment of polysynaptic reflexes.”
  • Consumers have described Delta-10 as being more “sedative” and “mild” compared to the other strains of the Delta products (Delta-8 and Delta-9).

What are the effects of Delta-10?

Delta-10 is a “tetrahydrocannabinol.” All of the tetrahydrocannabinol products have very similar “high” effects for consumers, including:

  • A fuzzy and euphoric high.
  • Altered body image.
  • Auditory and/or visual hallucinations.

What are the negative side effects of Delta-10?

The negative side effects of Delta-10 can include:

  • Unpleasant hallucinations.
  • Vomiting.
  • Tremors.
  • Anxiety.
  • Dizziness.
  • Confusion.

Comparing effect strength

Some consumers have described Delta-10 as being a “milder version” of Delta-8. And Delta-8 being a “milder version” of Delta-9. Meaning, in many ways, consumers who are using Delta products would describe these various strains as having different strength profiles rather than having different effect profiles.

Related "Delta" resources

Other resources related to Delta-8, Delta-9, and Delta-10:


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