Delta-8 Disposable Vapes: What are they? Are they safe to use? Why are so many young people smoking them? There are so many questions and rumors drifting around about these trending vape pens that it can be hard to keep track of the facts. Below is a short guide to help you understand more about delta 8 disposable vapes, what they do to/for the body, and how they may affect you.
What Is A Delta 8 Vape?
Delta 8 hemp cartridges consist of Delta-8 THC oil and other natural substances that come from the hemp plant. Delta-8 THC, specifically, is a Sativa strain that is similar to Delta-9 THC. While this cannabinoid has not yet been heavily researched, many users have claimed its benefits.
High-quality, authentic cartridges should not contain unnatural flavorings or fillers if they do, they are most likely low quality and could be potentially dangerous. These cartridges are typically compatible with vape batteries; in fact, the cartridge and battery are usually sold and bought in a package together.
Who Uses Vape Pens?
Even though plenty of people in varying demographics smoke Delta-8 vapes, these pens are most common among teenagers. There may be several reasons for this, including that Delta-8 products are relatively simple to obtain and are very discreet when used.
Why Do People Smoke Delta-8 Vapes?
While users have reported the benefits of these vapes, there is no scientific evidence to back any up. However, there are a few possible beneficial factors that users may experience. People may choose to use Delta-8 cartridges to:
- Relieve pain
- Decrease nausea
- Stimulate the appetite
- Calm some symptoms of anxiety disorders
Unlike other cannabis products Delta-9 THC, Delta-8 is not heavily intoxicating. It can cause a slightly high effect but is used more for its relieving properties than Delta-9.