Frequently Asked Questions - Delta 10 - What is Delta 10?

What is the difference in Delta 8-THC and Delta 9-THC and Delta-10?

The main difference in Delta 8-THC, Delta 9-THC and Delta 10-THC is federal and state legality. Delta 8-THC and Delta 10-THC fully federally legal and legal 38 states, while Delta 9-THC is federally illegal and illegal in most states. Delta 8-THC, Delta 9-THC and Delta 10-THC produce euphoric psychoactive effects on users and carry what some believe to be medicinal properties.

What is Delta 10-THC?

Delta 10-THC or Delta 10-Tetrahydrocannabinol is a brand new, cutting edge cannabinoid (derived from Hemp) which carries similar psychoactive effects and euphoric feelings associated with the traditional cannabis use. Additionally, these cannabinoids are known for their anti-nausea, anti-anxiety, appetite stimulating and stress reducing properties.

Why does Delta 10 cost more than Delta 8? 

Delta 10 costs more than Delta 8 and Delta 9 because it is difficult to mass produce since it is so new, as well as being new to the market not many producers are making the oil. Since there are a low number of producers of the Delta 10 products, this creates a low competitive market among producers, which causes prices to be higher for all who are trying to purchase the distillate. 

How is Delta 10-THC legal to produce and sell in the USA?

Since Delta 10 products contain only Delta 10-THC made from 100% Hemp extract, companies are able to fully legally manufacture, distribute and sell to consumers in the United States. Thanks to the 2018 Farm Bill, ratified and signed into law in December 2018, Cannabis containing less than 0.3% Delta 9-THC is legally classified as Hemp and thus is legal for all intents and purposes under federal law. Let’s also not forget, THC itself isn’t federally illegal, only specifically Delta 9-THC is.