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What is Delta-10 & is it Legal in Georgia?


What is Delta-10 & is it Legal in Georgia?

The State of Georgia allows for patients with qualifying conditions to get approved for a medical marijuana card and legally possess up to 20 ounces of cannabis oil with less than 5% THC.

Currently, Georgians can legally purchase CBD products with or without a medical marijuana card, although complications have risen in terms of quality and testing for these products.

Compounds like Delta-8 and Delta-10 are chemically similar to delta-9-THC, however they differ in potency, and most importantly, how they’re produced.

Both Delta-8 and Delta-10 can be produced from CBD oil, leaving a huge gap in what psychoactive compounds from the cannabis plant could be technically legal in the Peach State, and in this article, we’ll cover what Delta-10 is and whether it’s legal in Georgia!

What is Delta-10?

Delta-10 (Delta-10-tetrahydrocannabinol) is a cannabinoid similar in name and chemical structure to the more commonly known Delta-9-THC and Delta-8-THC.

What separates compounds like Delta-10, Delta-8, and Delta-9, are only their atomic bonds, which can influence many factors, including their potency.

While there is very little research and medical information concerning Delta-10, users have recorded their experiences with Delta-10 online that can help describe how some people interpret its effects.

Delta-10 is reportedly a less potent, similar version of Delta-9 & Delta-8, offering anecdotal reports of being more “sativa-like”, while Delta-9 is reported as feeling more “indica-like”.

What Does Delta-10 Do?

Because Delta-10 is very similar to Delta-9 & Delta-8, how it works and what it does are also very similar.

Because Delta-10 is a psychoactive compound, it produces psychedelic effects similar to those of its cousins Delta-9 and Delta-8.

Users report effects such as:

Euphoria

Increased alertness

Increased energy

Increased creativity


Delta-10 is often introduced to the body by way of edibles or vapor inhalation, and many consumer products are coming out with Delta-10 as their main ingredient.

Unfortunately, as with all newly discovered consumer products, Delta-10 is undergoing a massive surge of interest, which often encourages many companies to bypass testing for harmful chemicals.

In some cases, Delta-10 products undergo only basic Certificates of Analysis that do not adhere to more detailed analysis, which can surface in problems like inaccurate ingredients or the inclusion of contaminants such as harmful solvents or chemicals in the final product.

Is Delta-8 Legal in Georgia?

Delta-8 is legal in Georgia under certain conditions.

Because Delta-10 can be synthesized from both hemp products and cannabis sativa plants, it can fall under a federal grey area after the passing of the 2018 Farm Bill.

According to the bill, production of Delta-10 derived from cannabis sativa would be illegal, and production from hemp products would be technically legal, even though the compound is identical regardless of its origins.

Georgia considers Delta-10 as derived from the hemp plant legal as of right now.

Is Delta-10 Safe?

While cannabis is not known to have any overtly dangerous compounds, the primary concerns with Delta-10 are with how it is produced, refined, and tested.

Delta-10 is isolated from CBD oil through different proprietary systems that involve extracting the compounds with chemicals and then refining those chemicals out of the final product.

This requires extreme care, and often expensive equipment that homegrown or small-scale labs may not have access to.

Black market or underregulated concentrates can be dangerous and even deadly if not handled in a serious and safety-conscious manner.


Vape cartridges that are not purchased from a safe and reliable retailer with a history of high-quality products that undergo extreme analysis should be regarded as unsafe unless tested.


Delta-10 is not only susceptible to this but may even be more vulnerable to these problems because of the heavy chemicals introduced to isolate the product, and the complicated processes involved with removing those harmful chemicals for a final product.

And the same dangers of Vitamin-E Acetate and other harmful additives or cutting agents in these final products will have detrimental health consequences.

Further, the incentive to reduce costs by purchasing inferior Certificates of Analysis that do not test for as many pesticides, chemicals, or residual compounds is high for pop-up companies making or selling Delta-10 products.


Fortunately, Georgia is moving forward with their medical marijuana program that will provide safe and heavily tested cannabis products to qualifying patients.


For patients with chronic and terminally ill conditions that qualify for medical marijuana, safety is priority number one, and patients will have a safe conscience when it comes to consuming Georgia medical marijuana products.

And for patients with a qualifying condition but no medical marijuana card, we’re offering $25 off when you reserve an appointment and we start processing applications, so get your card and get ready for the upcoming boom of Georgia medical cannabis!

Get Your Georgia Marijuana Card

As a Georgia marijuana patient, you can legally purchase up to 20 ounces of low THC cannabis oil. For Georgians, this means getting the relief you need naturally and organically, and Georgia Marijuana Card is here to help.

Reserve your appointment today and get $25 off when we start processing applications!

Feel free to give us a call at (866) 781-5606, and we can help answer your questions about getting medical marijuana in Georgia

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