D10 is a short name of delta-10-tetrahydrocannabinol or delta-10-THC. It is an isomer of D9-THC and D8-THC, the more well-known cannabinoids. Due to the small structural change, some users claim D10 has milder effects, or sativa like indica, compared to D8 and D9 but no scientific evidence or official evaluation by the FDA has been done.
Can D10 get you high?
Yes. D10 is psychoactive and it does make you high. The strength of the effects greatly varies by individuals and so does the duration of the effects. Some users experience shorter effects than D8 which can be ideal for certain situations. However, again, the effects are depending on individuals and you need to try to see how it works for you!
Does D10 show up on a drug test?
D10 is likely to show up on your urine tests. THC urine tests give positive results on metabolites of delta-9-THC. The structure of D9 and D10 are very similar and the likelihood is that D10 users get false positive results for D9 THC urine test. There is not enough data on the difference in clearance rate (how fast the body secrete the THC metabolite) between D9 and D10. Therefore, it is best to avoid using D10 before drug screenings and, if you did use D10, wait the period recommended for D9 to be totally cleared before taking any tests.
Is D10 legal?
D10 is derived from CBD from hemp that is compliant with the 2018 Farm Bill. Thus, just like D8, it is federally legal. However, again just like D8, some states have laws and regulations conflict with the Farm Bill and, in that case, you are obligated to obey your local jurisdiction. Since the regulations regarding this industry are rapidly and perpetually changing. It is your responsibility to be informed with the most up-to-date laws and regulations that are applicable for you before purchasing and D10 products.
Are your D10 products tested?
Our D10 products are tested by certified third-party labs to ensure reliability of the results and quality assurance.
Is D10 safe for pets?
There is no significant research conducted on the effect of D10 on common pets such as cats and dogs. So it is still an unknown area. However, D9 THC is known to be possibly toxic for pets and therefore, it is not recommended to use D10 on or around pets.