Do Different Cannabinoids Produce Different Highs?
It is common for people to consider cannabinoids in the same way they consider different strains of cannabis. To make things more confusing, cannabinoids are found in both industrial hemp and cannabis, which means some cannabinoids, like THC, are present at some level in both processes.
CBD products may have some level of THC, which is required to be less than 0.3%. Plants that have a higher THC level are not classified as industrial hemp and are considered to be cannabis plants. However, there are also different cannabinoids in hemp that create the euphoric and even mildly psychoactive effects of THC that are legal to buy throughout the USA at this time.
There are over 113 different types of cannabinoids in hemp plants. Many are present in such small amounts that it is impractical to attempt to separate these cannabinoids and to produce products from these compounds.
On the other hand, there are several cannabinoids that are now available in different formulations and ratios, with the various highs, euphoria, relaxation, and stress reduction providing a variety of options and experiences.
- CBD – cannabidiol does not produce a high, but it does provide pain relief and relaxation for the mind and the body.
- Delta-8 THC – this cannabinoid can produces a mild level of euphoria and elevated moods with a slight high. It is considered to be about half the strength of cannabis.
- HHC – stronger than Delta-8 THC but milder than THC, HHC provides a moderate level of euphoria combined with relaxation, focus, and a mildly psychoactive effect for more users.
- Delta 9 THC – the THC in cannabis, this produces the high associated with the use of marijuana. Delta-9 is more potent than Delta-8, taking the effects of Delta-8 to the next level. Users have reported a more relaxed state with this cannabinoid. For assistance with any of the products we sell at STNR Creations, reach out to us through the website by sending in our contact form.