If you have vaped in the past, you would have come across THC cartridges. These universal cartridges require batteries to work and contain a cannabis concentrate, usually live resin or in a distillate form. Vape carts nowadays are tested for safety and power, with complicated profiles. Since it was introduced to the market a few years ago, interest in Delta 8 THC has rapidly increased beyond anyone’s imagination. This very one-of-a-kind cannabinoid is famous for the psychoactive kick that has led it to be nearly as popular as CBD (cannabidiol). The explanation for it is a no-brainer: THC vape carts are a safer option for injurious smoking practices. Vape cartridges, contrary to weed joints, also come in delicious flavors and deliver all the benefits of cannabis.
Delta 8 THC: A Safe and All-Natural Herbal Compound
Hemp contains delta 8 THC, a naturally occurring cannabinoid that accounts for just about 1% of the plant’s chemical makeup. Due to its connection to the endocannabinoid system in the body, delta 8 is taken to be as nontoxic for humans as all cannabinoids. The body can make its cannabinoids, which is a less-known fact. This system makes the most of cannabinoids to complete homeostasis by regulating different body processes.
As a result, cannabinoids are well tolerated by the body. Because the body stores excessive amounts for later use, we know that the body can endure even high doses of CBD. Delta 8 THC cartridges are no exception to this and almost certainly the same.
Are there any serious side effects of THC Cartridges?
Delta 8 THC has not yet been linked to any significant adverse effects. The user mostly does not need to be concerned about lethal overdose in the body because the cannabinoid is safe and non-toxic. Although in some cases, taking Delta 8 which has traces of other substances or contains something that an individual is allergic to, might cause side effects. Also, though very uncommon, one may show allergic reactions to hemp itself.
Even though Delta 8 does not cause any serious side effects, it can sometimes cause minor side effects that last only for a short time, particularly at high doses. These side effects are no different from what one may experience from marijuana and include: dry mouth, headache, dry and red eyes, drop in blood pressure, giddiness, and increased heart rate.
Most of the time, these side effects last as long as the high lasts and many users improve their tolerance to them over time.