Granddaddy Purp effects are clearly detectable in both mind and body, delivering a fusion of cerebral euphoria and physical relaxation. While your thoughts may float in a dreamy buzz, your body is more likely to find itself fixed in one spot for the duration of Granddady Purp’s effects. Granddaddy Purp is typically pulled off the shelf for consumers looking to combat pain, stress, insomnia, appetite loss and muscle spasms.
Research shows that THC Delta 8 contains properties that may help reduce stress or tension, stimulate appetite, or reduce nausea. CBG is converted to Delta 8 THC through sophisticated processing techniques, forging new avenues for the enjoyment of cannabis vaping.
Delta 8 THC is a powerful cannabinoid derived from the cannabis flower, but is found in smaller amounts compared to Delta 9. its psychotropic, well-known cannabinoid relative. The Delta 9 and Delta 8 THC are very similar but the Delta 8 offers a potent high all its own. Our consumers of D8 THC report they experienced a nice body sensation and some in the head. Relaxation of the body is a number 1 experience.
Delta-9 THC is the potent THC you think of when people talk about THC and it’s a psychoactive compound that you can find in cannabis. It’s psychoactive once its activated with heat, that’s why when you smoke it you receive the psychoactive effects as well as medicine ones.
Delta-8-THC is similar and binds to the CB1 receptor that is found in the central nervous system. This is where you receive the medicinal help for symptoms stemming from nausea, pain, and anxiety.
The THC Delta 8 is considered psychoactive but is a far less potency. This cannabinoid has important medicinal effects for our future health.
The National Cancer institute says this about THC Delta-8:
“delta-8-tetrahydrocannabinolAn analogue of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) with antiemetic, anxiolytic, appetite-stimulating, analgesic, and neuroprotective properties. Delta-8-tetrahydrocannabinol (delta-8-THC) binds to the cannabinoid G-protein coupled receptor CB1, located in the central nervous system; CB1 receptor activation inhibits adenyl cyclase, increases mitogen-activated protein kinase activities, modulates several potassium channel conductances and inhibits N- and P/Q-type Ca2+ channels. This agent exhibits a lower psychotropic potency than delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (delta-9-THC), the primary form of THC found in cannabis.”