DELTA-10 THC VAPE CARTRIDGE | ICE CREAM COOKIES HEMP STRAIN | DELTA EFFEX BRAND
Ice Cream Cookies D10 THC Vape Cartridge by Delta Effex (Delta Extrax) is a premium product and second to none. The Ice Cream Cookies hemp strain is a hybrid and is a cross between Wedding cake and Gelato #33 so expect to taste a nice sweet treat on every inhale. Ice Cream Cookies because of being a hybrid strain, will deliver a very enjoyable cerebral high followed by extreme relaxation vibes. This Delta-10 THC vape cartridge is best used while you are at home with no serious plans in the works, and is also a great choice for the end of a long hard day. Some users report it helps with depression, anxiety and eating disorders All Ingredients Delta Effex uses undergoes rigorous lab testing by third-party laboratories to ensure the safety, quality, potency, and performance of each product they offer. These Delta 10 carts will have you feeling amazing!
Delta Extrax D10 THC Vape Cart Details:
- 70-75% Delta 8 THC Distillate Oil
- 15-20% Delta 10 THC Distillate Oil
- 5-10% Plant-Derived Terpenes
- Hybrid Strain
- Flavor: Sweet, Creamy, Vanilla, Berry
- Effects: Tingly, Happy, Euphoric, Energetic, Giggly, Aroused
- Not Diluted With VG, PG, PEG, Vitamin E, MCT, Or Any Other Cutting Agent
- Third party Lab Tested
- Cartridge Compatible With Most 510 Vape Pens
About Delta Effex (Delta Extrax)
Delta Effex, strives to create high-quality, premium Delta-8 THC products at the pricing that you deserve. They encourage you to maintain your healthy lifestyle while creating the products that allow you to do so. Delta Effex surpasses the competition by the little number of extra ingredients they use. Sourcing only the best Distillate, then they take the cleanest terpenes and infuse them to bring you products that will not disappoint. All of their Delta-8 THC products are lab tested for quality both in the raw form and in the finished product.
ALL NATURAL, PLANT BASED
Delta Effex D8 THC products are derived from the hemp plant and CBD, which is a cannabinoid found in the hemp plant.
ENHANCED RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
Delta Effex's advanced history in the Hemp and CBD industries have allowed them to innovate while focusing their priorities on purity, quality and safety.
LAB TESTED EXTRACTS
Delta Extrax strives to ensure the quality and purity of every batch by submitting their extracts for third-party lab testing. For more information on their lab testing and reports, please reach out to us.
**Delta Effex recently rebranded to Delta Extrax
What Is Delta-10 THC?
Delta 10 THC is an isomer of Delta 8 THC and Delta 9 THC. Delta-10 THC is a powerful cannabinoid native to the hemp flower and is very similar to Delta 8 THC in the way that it’s made. THC is extracted from the Hemp plant, then the Delta 10 is isolated and made into a distillate with less than 0.3% Delta-9-THC.
Delta-10 THC is one of the hundreds of cannabinoids you can find in cannabis and hemp. Unlike Delta-9 THC, which is mostly found in cannabis, Delta-10 appears in trace amounts within the Hemp plant and is extracted to create Delta-10 products. Essentially, Delta-10 THC is similar to Delta-9-THC found in Cannabis, but Delta-10 is found to be slightly chemically different than Delta-9-THC. Delta refers to the position of the double bond in THC’s chemical structure. Delta-10 has the double bond in the tenth position, while Delta-9 has this bond in the ninth position — and so on.
What is Delta-8 THC?
Delta-8 THC, also referred to as D8, THC, Δ8, and Delta-8, is a rare powerful cannabinoid native to the cannabis flower and found in the hemp plant. Delta-8 THC is slightly psychoactive but less intoxicating than Delta-9 THC. Delta-8-THC is an isomer of CBD, which is a derivative of hemp and CBD, a cannabinoid found in hemp with less than 0.3% Delta-9-THC. In other words, Delta 8 THC is sort of a middle ground between Hemp, Delta-9 THC and CBD. Users have described it as a different kind of high to Delta-9 THC without the negative side effects such as paranoia or anxiety.
THC stands for Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol or Δ-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (Δ-9-THC). It is a cannabinoid molecule in marijuana (cannabis) that is recognized as the main psychoactive ingredient, the substance that causes people who use marijuana to feel high. THC is just one of more than 400 different active substances and 60 different cannabinoid molecules that is contained in marijuana, although THC is the most recognized, Cannabidiol (CBD) is another important cannabinoid molecule that has received major interest.
The effects of Delta-8 will vary per person however most users have described Delta-8 THC as sweet spot between CBD and THC. D8 THC is known for euphoria, clarity and calming effects often resulting in a relaxed state of mind. Delta-8 used at lower doses can help give you the energy you may need to get through the day, while higher doses of Delta-8 can assist with relaxation and better sleep. Scientific research has shown that Delta-8 THC can act as a mood enhancer, reduce nausea, stimulate the appetite, and a variety of unique therapeutic properties that are still being discovered.
According to The National Cancer Institute, Delta-8 THC is defined as "an analogue of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) with appetite-stimulating, anxiolytic, antiemetic, analgesic and neuroprotective properties." They also stated that this agent exhibits a lower psychotropic potency than Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (Delta-9-THC), the primary form of THC found in cannabis.
What Does Delta-10 Feel Like?
Delta 10 THC is similar to sativa strains of marijuana. Users note that it gives an uplifting feeling, increases drive and motivation, and boosts energy levels. Delta-8 and Delta 10 THC can prompt euphoria without triggering anxiety or paranoia, which is a common side effect of using Delta 9 THC. While Delta 8 is often associated with deep relaxation, Delta 10 seems to produce “enlivening” effects like euphoria and a head-rush buzz. Delta 10 THC has psychoactive properties. Most scientists believe Delta-10 THC interacts directly with the ECS (Endocannabinoid System), just like Delta 9 or Delta 8. However, people who use Delta 10 often claim it’s nowhere near as intense as Delta 9.
Delta-10 is roughly half as potent as Delta-9 THC and is better than Delta 9 THC for promoting creativity, euphoria, flow states and focus. Δ10 appears to have less side effects than Δ9, these effects are likely going to make Delta 10 THC a staple in the cannabis industry over the next couple of years. If we could place Delta 8, 9, and 10 on a scale, we’d have Delta 8 on the far left (relaxing and relaxing) and Delta 10 on the far right (stimulating, creativity and motivation). Delta 9 would be somewhere in between the two.
What are the side effects of Delta-10 THC?
#1: GETTING “TOO HIGH”
Being psychoactive, Delta 10’s high, is typically described as pleasant and certainly milder than that of marijuana, but could be too much for people who are unfamiliar with this type of intoxicating sensation. Used at exceptionally high doses feelings could leat to anxiety and paranoia, and these symptoms could also occur among someone who is inherently overly sensitive to cannabinoids.
Similar to Delta 9 THC, and even Delta 8 THC at high doses, Delta 10 may give a headache to those who take moderately large doses of Delta 10 products. Otherwise, it is not very likely to get headaches from high quality Delta-10 products.
#3: DRY MOUTH, DRY EYES AND LIGHTHEADEDNESS
In general these three symptoms are all common among those with a lower tolerance to THC, and are absolutely not cause for concern, but can be temporarily unpleasant in a mild way. Dry mouth and eyes come from the cannabinoid’s effect on moisture levels pertaining to these areas of the body. Lightheadedness can result from a short-lived decrease in blood pressure, which wears off with the other effects of this compound.
Delta 10 THC products are brand new, so there is no type of medical research or comprehensive data pertaining to it as of yet, and more data and information is needed to understand other possible Delta-10 THC side effects. However, for now D10 THC looks like another great quality Hemp-Derived compound. In the near future, Delta 10 will have more information and studies from consumers. For now, these are standard side effects from what we see.
Will Delta-10 THC show up on a drug test?
Yes. All THC molecules will break down into THC metabolites, regardless of the THC formation they start out as. Which means, to a drug test, Delta-8 THC, Delta-9 THC, Delta-10 THC and THC will all look the same.
What Are Terpenes?
Terpenes are defined as aromatic oils that color cannabis varieties with distinctive flavors like berry, citrus, pine and mint, and they are secreted in the same glands that produce cannabinoids like THC and CBD. Terpenes were initially developed by plants for the adaptive purpose of repelling predators and pest. There are over 100 terpenes found in the cannabis plant and every strain of the cannabis plant contains a "unique terpene composition and type". Nowadays, terpenes are used to create flavors, scents and occasionally used for it's different feelings and sensations effects. Certain Terpenes may be able to help and provide assistance for physical effects such as Anti-Inflammatory Properties, Pain Relief, Antibacterial Properties, Antifungal Properties and Muscle Spasms. In addition Terpenes may also be able to help with mental issues including Depression, Anxiety, Insomnia and Stress.
WARNING: KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN. Do not use if pregnant or nursing. This product may affect blood pressure, heart rate and/or intraocular pressure in some people. Consult a physician if you have any known or unknown health conditions including heart, blood pressure, eye, eye pressure or similar related issues prior to use.
Delta-8 THC & Delta-10 THC is derived from 100% legal USA hemp in accordance with the 2018 Farm Bill. The purchaser assumes all liabilities pertaining to whether this product is legal in their state or territory. Do not use this product if you undergo drug screening as you will likely fail the drug test. This product has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or medical condition.