Does Delta 8 Vape Juice Get You High?

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There are many ways to enjoy delta 8 THC. While most provide a similar end experience, some may change how you experience this hemp-derived cannabinoid.

Methods like edibles are stronger and take longer to hit, while smoking is easier but also hard on your throat. Well, there’s a method that doesn’t necessarily add harsh smoke into the mix: vaping delta 8 vape juice.

Think of it as the offspring of edibles and smoking, as it combines the dilution of a D8 THC extract in a solution you can vape into thicker clouds of smoke. 

If you are interested in knowing more about how delta 8 THC vape juice works and if it can get you high, you can keep reading the article below.

But before we move on, make sure to check out our best-in-class delta 8 vape products!

 

Key Takeaways

  • Delta 8 is a cannabinoid that can be added to vape juice for a smoking method with cold, dense smoke.
  • Vaping delta 8 juice works pretty similarly to smoking or vaping extracts. The smoke brings the cannabinoid to your lungs and then to your bloodstream.
  • Delta 8 vape juice can get you high. As it uses extracts diluted in a “vape juice” solvent, it can still get the cannabinoid to your system.

 

What is Delta 8 Vape Juice?

Delta 8 THC is a psychoactive compound that is found in hemp and cannabis. While similar to delta 9 THC, this cannabinoid has a different structure that results in having about 50% of D9’s potency.

Now, delta 8 can be consumed by different products, but the most common one is using an extract. Then this product is used to infuse items or add them to a heating chamber to vaporize and pull them.

Delta 8 vaping juice thins out this extract with vegetable glycerine or propylene glycerol. This way, you can vaporize the extract together with the mixed solvent for thicker clouds and different flavors.

This method is different from simply vaping the extract, which can result in a slightly hotter vapor that requires more heat. Usually, this is done through vape pens, while devices requiring vaping juice tend to use a different system without a sealed chamber.

 

How Delta 8 Vape Juice Works In The Body

Delta 8 juice works pretty similarly to vaping extract. The thick smoke cloud enters your body and delivers the extract right to your lungs, where capillaries absorb the delta 8 THC into your bloodstream.

Once it gets to your system, most delta 8 THC products work similarly. D8 interacts with the proteins in our receptors, specifically CB1 and CB2. While they don’t bind as strongly as delta 9 THC, this interaction gives this compound its wellness benefits and other effects, like getting you high.

By doing this, the vape juice can get you high with a few tokes. Unlike vaping concentrates, you might need to have more tokes than usual, as vape juice dilutes the potency of the extract used as opposed to directly vaping the concentrate.

 

Is Delta Eight Vape Juice Safe?

In general, yes. Unlike nicotine vaping devices, vape juice uses a vegetable solvent that doesn’t harm your throat or lungs as much. 

Also, by just having the solvent and delta 8 THC extract, you don’t smoke heavy metals or cutting agents that might be harmful.

Besides that, delta 8 THC in vape juice is safe as long as you can buy it from a trustworthy brand with third-party lab results. This is mainly to ensure you are only smoking the extract and solvent and no other risky business.

Other than having an allergy to any of the solvents of vape juice, there is no immediate harm to vaping delta 8 THC juice in theory. However, more systemic research would be needed to assess and give a complete conclusion about this topic.

 

Is it Normal to Taste Vape Juice on Your Lips?

Yes, and it is part of the vape juice experience. Vaping concentrates or extracts usually is a much drier experience with harsher smoke. Vape juice can have natural and artificial flavors added to it, giving a different experience than testing the terpenes in each strain.

When vaping concentrates, feeling the extract in your lips might signal you are pulling too much, but also that the chamber of your pen is getting overflowed. When you do that with vape juice, as the liquid tends to be less dense, you might pull some of it before it gets to the heating element.

If this happens to you, try to add less juice when vaping and have smaller tokes or have more time between them. Besides that, this is fine and nothing to worry about as smoke tends to be more flavorful and even condense in your lips after smoking.

 

Delta Eight Vape Juice Side Effects

Few side effects are coming from using too much delta 8 THC vape juice. Most of them, however, come from overstimulating your endocannabinoid system rather than the juice itself.

Too much delta 8 THC can lead to anxiety and stress, which could lead to panic attacks. However, these are not as frequent as with delta 9 THC due to delta 8’s potency. Just make sure to always vape consciously.

Other minor side effects are having a dry mouth or eyes or feeling a little bit dizzy. This last one could also come from allowing oxygen into your system or because you had too many tokes in a single go.

To alleviate these symptoms, we recommend staying hydrated and allowing yourself some breaks between tokes every now and then. Also, sitting down can help if you feel dizzy, especially after having too many tokes.

 

Does Delta 8 Vape Juice Get You High?

Yes! Delta 8 THC vape juice provides an experience similar to a smoking hookah, allowing the user to play with the smoke and enjoy thicker tokes simultaneously. That, combined with the delta 8 THC extract used in the mix, can provide a psychoactive experience.

However, it might take a few more seconds and puffs to get you as high as one or two tokes on an extract pen. But for a beginner or someone that is not a fan of harsh smoking, this method allows one to have a fun experience with smoke while getting buzzed in the process.

Now, vape juice uses thinned extracts with a “vaping juice solvent.” While less potent than smoking the extract directly, it still gets carried by the solvent to your lungs and absorbed into your system through your lung’s capillaries.

So to round it up, delta 8 vape juice can and will get you high due to the D8 THC extract in the mix that gets directly to your system by vaping. This method is a little bit slower than using extracts, which can give you a buildable, functional high experience.

 

Where Can I Get Delta 8 Vape Liquid?

If you want to try delta 8 THC but don’t have the tools or devices, you might prefer a disposable vaping device or a vape cartridge. These use premium D8 THC extract that gets heated up into vapor.

If you want an indica and relaxing strain, we’d recommend the Grape Runtz Delta 8 Disposable Vape. This device has strong indica vibes with delicious grape and candy-like notes. This disposable device has a full gram of D8 THC, and it’s perfect for relaxing and unwinding.

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Now, if you’d prefer a pen with more liquid and more pungent notes, the Melonado Disposable is in our Dart XL line. This vape has two grams of our sweet D8 THC extract with strain-specific teepees that give this pen a deliciously fruity and a little fuel-like note.

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