How Much Delta 8 THC Do You Need to Get High?

Delta 8 THC is a rapidly growing market within the hemp industry, with many brands offering different formats of this cannabinoid to satisfy curious consumers. But how much Delta 8 do you need to get high? The answer depends on your tolerance level and the type of product you're using. For those who have never tried Delta 8 THC before, we recommend starting with a smaller dose. As a general rule, beginners and those with low tolerance levels should start slowly, with 1 to 5 milligrams or 1 to 3 puffs.

Solid products, such as gummies or capsules, contain a fixed dose of Delta 8 THC per serving, so there's no need to measure anything. For those who have been consuming Delta 8 THC for a while, the tolerance level will increase considerably. Eventually, they'll need 45 mg or even a higher dose of Delta 8 THC each time. Most users describe the feeling after Delta 8 as being body-centered, with an elevated mood and relief from physical discomfort, such as pain, nausea and vomiting. Yes, 50 mg is more than enough to cause psychoactive effects in most people, including those with a certain tolerance to THC.

However, THC Delta 8 flowers may be more difficult to dose because the distillate may not be evenly distributed throughout the flower. It's also important to note that Delta-8 is a smaller version of Delta-9 THC; they have almost the same positive effects on the mind, but at different levels. Since Delta 9 is the best in the THC family, 50 mg of the cannabinoid can be twice as powerful as 50 mg of THC Delta 8.The best way to find the best dose of THC Delta 8 for you is to choose a low dose and increase it until you reach the optimal point. Delta 8 THC edible gummies offer a pre-measured amount of Delta 8 THC, usually between 10 and 40 mg per gummy. Therefore, if you have such a tincture at home but have never tried delta 8 THC in your life, be sure to use it with caution.

THC Delta 8 is mildly intoxicating, meaning that it can change sensory perception and, at high doses, can cause slight cognitive impairment.

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