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Why More Users Are Turning To Delta-8 THC Edibles

Delta-8 THC Edibles

The cannabis industry has been increasing within the last couple of years – specifically industrial hemp. There are many new products available to choose from. In 2019, the industrial hemp market was estimated at 4.71 billion USD. The industry is only expected to grow even more; and with that, new products will continue to emerge. It was CBD that took this industry out of its infancy, allowing it to stand on its own. The latest industry “buzz” is Delta-8 THC, which is helping it walk, and in full strides.

As of today, the market of Delta-8 products is blossoming, repeating the same success of CBD, yet offering a wonderful world of effects that users can both physically and mentally feel. The products began with cartridges and pods that allowed users to vaporize a Delta-8 distillate, and now that this vibrant market is in full demand, we’re seeing edibles emerge as well. Though vaping is an exceptional delivery method, more users are turning to Delta-8 THC edibles, but why?

What Are Delta-8 THC Edibles?

Delta-8 THC edibles, otherwise known as simply edible, is an edible food product that contains cannabinoids, more specifically Delta-8 THC. The edible may contain a wide variety of cannabinoids, along with Delta-8 THC, in an effort to create an entourage effect. Edibles often contain larger amounts of Delta-8, and the cannabinoid can exist within a range of different edible types, such as chocolates and gummies.


There are many great things that should lean you towards giving edibles a shot. However, there are some sacrifices as well. In this part of the article, we’re going to provide a list that details the pros and cons of Delta-8 THC edibles so that you can get a better understanding of why more users are turning to them as their preferred delivery method.


Delta-8 THC edibles offer prolonged effects, which is why many people enjoy them so much. Since edibles must pass through your digestive system and then be absorbed into your bloodstream, the compound remains in your system longer than more common methods, such as vaping. Often times users prefer the prolonged effects as a way to relieve them from anxiety, which continues over the course of time or to help them sleep since it allows time for your body to wear down, relax, and allow you to fall asleep and continue helping you remain asleep throughout the night for a full nights rest.

What lures users to Delta-8 THC edibles the most isn’t just the incredible tastes or prolonged effects, it is the discretion that it offers. When vaping, you are blowing out dense clouds of vapor, and if you are in public you have to step out or move away from the crowd to vape (respect others’ space!). When using edibles, such as Delta-8 THC gummies, you simply just pop a tasty gummy bite in your mouth, chew, and swallow. It is a discreet delivery method that will allow you to consume Delta-8 no matter where you are or what you’re doing.


While the prolonged effects may be enticing, you may not think so much about how long it takes for the effects of edibles to begin. You must understand that this compound has a long road ahead of it, traveling through your digestive system, allowing your body to digest the food, and eventually, your body will begin to break it down and process it. This can happen as soon as 20 minutes and can take up to an hour. It all depends on how quickly your body takes to complete the process.

What could be considered a con is that it is harder to micro-dose when using edibles. When you are vaping, you can take one or two subtle puffs to get a glimpse of how Delta-8 THC will affect you. However, when you pop a gummy into your mouth and swallow, what’s done is done. On the other hand, you could just bite half the gummy to lower the dose you receive, but who wants to do that and have sticky fingers, right? It’s just much easier to micro-dose when vaping as it allows you to control the dosage in a much more convenient way.


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More users are turning to Delta-8 THC edibles because of the discretion it offers compared to vaping, its prolonged effects, and of course because of delicious tastes.

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