Delta-8 THC is the latest craze in the cannabis world. This cannabinoid is made from hemp and is said to give you a milder high than THC. It’s easily available and considered legal in many states. FDA has warned general consumers about Delta 8’s adverse effects and euphoric properties. The agency has not fully evaluated any product containing Delta 8 Tetrahydrocannabinol. You can purchase and consume delta-8 infused products in States where even THC or recreational use of marijuana is illegal. But is it safe to use? Let us take a closer look at delta-8 THC. What Is Delta 8 THC? Delta-8-THC, also known as, Delta-8, is another cannabis plant compound that binds with our endocannabinoid receptors and can produce effects like euphoria, sedation, happiness, and relief from some ailments. When we talk about THC, we actually refer to ∆9. Both compounds have the same number of molecules present in them; their molecular structures are different from one another. It is an isomer of delta-9-THC. According to the feedback provided by the participants of a study conducted jointly by the University of Buffalo and University of Michigan, here is how they (users) defined it: “Delta 8 THC is Delta 9’s nicer younger sibling.” Through