Updated: Jun 10, 2022
THC-O is a newly available hemp-derived cannabinoid that is said to deliver a higher potency, longer lasting effects, in an easier to vape viscosity than THC. THCO is said to be upwards of 2x-3x the potency of Delta-9. While some may claim that THC-O is not a natural cannabinoid, there are published journal studies which indicate that THC-O is indeed found, albeit small amounts, naturally in the Cannabis Sativa (hemp) plant. THC-O-Acetate, also known as THC-X, Delta-8-Acetate, Pur Infinite THC, delivers and interacts with your cannabinoid receptors different so you will likely notice different effects and/or benefits.
Considering it is relatively new formulation with extremely potent effects - we urge you to please use cautiously. There is a longer period of time for THC-O to fully kick-in (about 30 minutes) and the effects are body heavy and longer lasting.
What are the benefits of THC-O-Acetate | Delta-8-Acetate | THC-X
Well first, it is a a Much More Potentversion of delta-8-thc.
It's a flowable liquid at room temperature unlike delta-8-distillate. So in a Vape cart THC-O-Acetate is amazing.
THC-O-Acetate is a very bio-accessible form of THC. This is because it passes through the liver very quickly and is directly absorbed by cells in the lungs. So THC in its acetate form WORKS FAST & is MORE POTENT than delta-8.
THC-O-Acetate has a long lasting effect on the body unlike other forms of extracts.
D8-Acetate has been stated to have more 'Pleasant, spiritual, and psychedelic type effects' then when compared to delta-8-THC.
Warning with Delta-8-Acetate and THC-O Acetate
THCO is a relatively new cannabinoid, so not an immense amount of research has been done on it. It is highly potent, highly perceptual and can be considered Delta-8 on steroids. All of our existing warnings on deta-8 apply to THCO. Tread Lightly!
Hemp-Derived THC-O-Acetate or otherwise known as "delta-8-acetate," is a relatively new cannabinoid, and it's known for delivering a higher potency than normal delta-9-THC or delta-8-THC, and its sedating and body-heavy effects as well as anecdotal spiritual effects.
And given that it is derived from hemp, THC-O-Acetate is currently legal under the 2018 Farm Bill.