Delta 8 flower is one of the most popular strains of cannabis in Colorado. Here we’ll talk about the effects of delta 8 flower, as well as what makes it so popular with recreational and medical users alike. What are the effects of delta 8 flower? They are quite strong, similar to that of some other popular strains such as Sour Diesel or Chemdawg.

1) The short answer

The short answer is that we don’t really know yet. Delta 8 is a relatively new product and there hasn’t been much research on it yet. What we do know is that it is similar to THC in some ways, but it also has some unique properties that make it different. For example, delta 8 is said to be less psychoactive than THC, which means it may produce a more clear-headed high. It’s not likely to lead to the paranoia or anxiety often experienced by people who use THC, so those with mild mental health issues should probably steer clear. Another thing about delta 8 is that it doesn’t bind as well with receptors in the brain so you need higher doses for it to work properly. There is evidence that suggests it could be useful for treating chronic pain because it interacts differently with the body’s endocannabinoid system. If you want to find out what delta 8 can do for you, talk to your doctor first! You might even want to try using other forms of cannabis, like tinctures or creams.

Delta 8 will show up in blood tests, so if you’re planning on taking it before driving then you might get pulled over if law enforcement officers happen to administer a test while they have you pulled over.

You shouldn’t drink alcohol while taking delta 8 either – mixing the two together can lead to an increased risk of psychosis and mood swings.