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How it feels to use Delta-8 the first time

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Only once did I get extremely thirsty and aware of the strong taste of hemp in my mouth. As the high progressed, I discovered slight mental resistance to tasks like raising my arms or shifting my weight on the bed. I could search my brain for memories and certain words, but it felt very much like swimming in a sea of ​​aloe vera. Difficult, but possible.

Final thoughts

I’ve read that the effects of Delta-8 THC can last between 4 and 5 hours. Due to the delay of my first Delta-8 rubber, I experienced about half of it when I fell asleep around 12:30 pm. I could easily fall asleep and slept soundly through the night. I don’t think I was dreaming, but I also know that I didn’t wake up at all at night. I woke up refreshed and full of energy, which I attribute to the relaxing high. I do not recommend driving with Delta-8 in your system or driving before entering a social setting (party, concert, restaurant, etc) as I just wanted to lie down and enjoy the high. I could definitely imagine getting addicted to it, especially since I never feel the effects of CBD. The delta-8 high is very similar to the weed, but without paranoia and fear. It literally felt like I was high but completely in control.

I wholeheartedly recommend Delta-8 products for people who have trouble sleeping or just need a break from reality without turning to actual marijuana. The gentle feeling was very relaxing, just not as suffocating as weeds can be. With my marijuana experience, I felt like I was losing myself and powerless to keep the high from amplifying. With Delta-8 THC, I was able to enjoy the high. The high never rose to the point where I felt like I would feel this way forever. I was in control and enjoyed the high! If you’ve ever been drawn by marijuana heights but want to experience the weighted, floating feel, I highly recommend checking out your local Delta-8 options. This is a delightful, exhilarating experience that you don’t want to miss!

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Beth Edmonds