Delta 8 products are becoming quite popular among a wide range of cannabinoid consumers. It is a type of hallucinogenic Chemical that is also popularly stated as Delta8 THC. The cannabis Sativa plant has two of its most popular varieties, which are hemp and marijuana.
However, the hemp concentration in the cannabis plants, which occurs naturally, isn’t up to the mark. So, various chemicals needed to be used along with the naturally occurring ingredients to ramp up the high experience among its users.
1. FDA has not approved Delta 8 THC
FDA is fully aware of the health rush that the cannabinoids like Delt8 or CBD flowers can inflict on a person’s body. This is why the FDA has not examined or cleared the use of these products in any situation.
Variability in product compositions and labelling and additional cannabinoid and terpene levels, and varying delta-8 THC concentrations are all causes for worry. Furthermore, some of these items may be labelled as “hemp products,” which may confuse customers who might think the “hemp” products as “non-psychoactive.”
2. Adverse Statistics Reports of Delta 8 THC
According to research, the FDA has received adverse stats for patients admitted to using copious amounts of Delta 8 THC.
They found that, from December 2020 to July 2021, FDA has received more than 22 reports of patients, out of which 14 had to be taken to the emergency room after taking delta 8 THC.
Some of the common effects experienced by the patients include vomiting, hallucination, anxiety, high pressure and physical discomfort.
3. The Intoxicating Effects of Delta 8 THC
The Delta-8 cannabinoid possesses psychoactive and intoxicating properties, similar to delta-9 THC (the component that causes individuals to become “high” when they use cannabis).
The FDA is fully aware of the media reports of various people being high by using multiple different types of cannabinoids.
However, people using small doses aren’t a big concern. However, the FDA is particularly worried that Delta 8 products tend to make the consumers addicted and encourage them to take more and more Delta 8 products with higher doses.
And as the addiction process can’t be avoided by the consumers who are taking Delta8 products daily and is very difficult to get rid of.
4. Additional Chemical Are Used to Ramp up the effects of Delta 8 THC
The percentage of the real essence of Delta 8 THC is pretty low in the naturally occurring cannabis plants. This is why various chemicals are used to bring the flavours and have that high effect of hemp. These chemicals can be sometimes harmful to the human body, even in the case of adults.
Various hemp manufacturing firms even use hazardous household chemicals in the manufacturing process of creating Delta 8 THC products.
Moreover, additional harmful ingredients are also used to modify the colours of various hemp-oriented products.
These additional chemicals can be often seen in various products of makeup items and skincare products.
The use of hemp should be kept under check, and overconsumption of these products can be harmful to the human body. The cycle of hemp addiction should be avoided at all costs.