Do you know about hemp derived THC? Although hemp and marijuana are both classified as Cannabis Sativa L plants, they are cultivated to serve different purposes. Hemp is known for producing things like CBD, paper, and other materials. While marijuana is known for producing THC, hemp derived THC has been getting a lot more popular and here’s why.
What is Hemp Derived THC?
Hemp derived THC is an extract made from the hemp plant instead of the marijuana plant. The hemp plant is bred to produce high amounts of CBD and low amounts of THC. However, the THC that both the marjuana plant and hemp plant can make tends to produce the same effects. In other words, the THC from both plants can get you high.
While the plants may look and smell the same they are different when it comes to their legalization. Hemp derived cannabinoids like CBD, Delta 8 THC, and Delta 10 THC were made possible under the Farm Bill. While Marijuana is yet to be made legal on the Federal level. Here is a breakdown of popular hemp derived THC.
Delta 8 THC
This cannabinoid is extracted from the hemp plant. Although it’s a form of THC it has less than 0.03% Delta 9 THC. This is important to note because Delta 9 THC is considered Marijuana and Delta 8 THC is not.
Delta 10 THC
Another cannabinoid that is fairly new to the hemp industry is Delta 10 THC. Just like Delta 8, this is a form of THC with less than 0.03% of THC.
Hemp Derived THC Will Get You High
One important takeaway from both Delta 8 and Delta 10 is that they are both psychoactive; this means that they will get you high. However, it’s not the same high as Delta 9 THC. This is because Marijuana is cultivated to produce top-shelf Delta 9 products; while hemp is cultivated to produce top-shelf CBD products.
This doesn’t mean that Delta 8 or Delta 10 are not top shelf - it just means that they’re less potent than marijuana. However, they can still get you very high if you take in huge amounts. This is because they’re concentrated extracts derived from hemp plant instead of
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The Difference Between Hemp and Marijuana
As stated earlier - hemp and marijuana are both classified as Cannabis Sativa L plants.; they both look and smell the same. However, the biggest difference is the amount of THC that both plants produce. Also, the type of products that both plants produce are different as well.
Both plants are able to produce Delta 8, Delta 9, and Delta 10 THC. However, restrictions prohibit Delta 9 THC from being sold across state lines. This means that marijuana (Delta 9) is only available within state lines that allow the use and sale of it; while Delta 8 and Delta 10 are available to be sold across state lines.
Therefore, Delta 8 and Delta 10 are not as potent as marijuana, but it’s able to be sold across state lines. This means that if your state allows Delta 8 and Delta 10 products you wouldn’t need any special license to purchase them.
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Hemp derived THC are products like Delta 8 and Delta 10. They are psychoactive which means they can get you high; but, they have less than 0.03% of Delta 9 THC (Marijuana). Therefore, Delta Effex products are a form of THC that is hemp derived - not from Marijuana. The biggest difference between hemp derived and Marijuana is the type of product each plant produces. Marijuana produces Delta 9 THC while hemp produces Delta 8 THC and Delta 10 THC.