Delta 8 is a popular drug that has been on the street for decades. It was first used as an alternative to heroin and then eventually became more common than heroin itself. It became so popular because of how easy it was to get and how long it stayed in your system, but unfortunately, this also made it easier for people to overdose. In this blog post, we will discuss what Delta 8 does to your body, why you should avoid taking it altogether, and what happens if you accidentally take too much of it.
What Are the Similarities and Differences Between Delta-8 THC and Delta-9 THC?
Delta-Eight THC is very similar to delta-nine. Delta eight will bind itself with the cannabinoid receptors in your brain and stay there a lot longer than regular weed, which means it has a much stronger effect on you. It can also lead to addiction because of this strong binding power that causes the effects to last long periods of time after ingesting it.
In order for Delta-Nine THC or other forms of cannabis oil or flower to be created, the process requires frying certain chemicals together at higher heats given off by butane gas torches while taking precautions not to inhale any excess amounts straight from lighter fluid containers—something many novice users have done before learning how dangerous it could become if mishandled.
Delta eight has a strong effect on your brain. If you take too much of it, the effects can last for up to two days at a time and still impact you even after that long period of time. This is because delta 8 products stay in your system much longer than other forms of weed or cannabis oil, which means they are far more likely to cause an overdose if taken in high doses. If this occurs, users will experience intense nausea combined with vomiting, fever chills accompanied by profuse sweating, and extreme agitation before finally succumbing to unconsciousness due to respiratory failure—which can lead to death within minutes if not properly treated immediately following exposure.
It takes approximately fifteen minutes to half an hour for delta eight to kick in and start taking effect on your body. This is about the same amount of time as other forms of cannabis, so it’s easy to see why users would prefer this drug over others if they were looking for a quick high.
Delta eight is a much more powerful form of cannabis than regular or “delta-nine” THC, and it can stay in your system for up to two weeks at a time—which means that testing positive on drug tests will be easier if you’ve used delta eight. If this occurs, users may have difficulty looking for jobs as many companies are now requiring employees to take routine drug exams even after they’re hired.
If too much delta eight has been taken by an individual who hasn’t built up any tolerance towards the substance, the effects typically become far worse. This includes intense vomiting combined with diarrhea which results from extreme dehydration due to excessive fluid loss brought about by constant and steady vomiting. If this occurs, users should take measures to keep themselves hydrated by drinking water or at least sports drinks that are high in electrolytes.