Now that we know a little more about what Delta 10 is let’s look at how it makes you feel. Since Delta 10 is so new there are no definitive studies about the cannabinoid yet like there are about CBD or Delta 9 THC. What we can do though is share with you information about similar cannabinoids and report how people general say they feel from Delta 10.
Like other cannabinoids, Delta 10 has the role of binding to cannabinoid receptors throughout the body, with this unique interaction allowing systems to regulate themselves for more efficient functionality. These receptors are part of the endocannabinoid system in your body that is a complex network of receptors located throughout the body.
We know that Delta 8 almost exclusively binds to CB1 receptors. These are in the body’s nervous system. Given Delta 10’s similarity to Delta 8, we can say that it probably has the same affinity for these receptors.
In fact, an array of cannabinoids share the same characteristics with one another in terms of how they can make us feel. For instance, a lot of cannabinoids have notable bliss-inducing properties due to their interactions with the nervous system, along with soothing properties in the body. Delta 10, therefore, has a good chance of promoting a similar type of experience.
Delta 10 is also a psychoactive compound, which you may have guessed, as it’s a form of THC. However, Delta 10, like Delta 8, is mild in its intoxicating properties compared to Delta 9 THC. Therefore, its high is significantly subtler, and likely does not interfere with mental clarity like Delta 9.