Yes, Delta 9 gets you high as it is the psychoactive cannabinoid in the cannabis plant (both hemp and marijuana contain Delta-9 THC in different levels) with much less concentrations in the hemp family. Thanks to the Farm Bill and technology, manufacturers can safely extract Delta 9 from hemp, the same manner as CBD and Delta 8 extraction.
This has led to a surge in hemp-derived Delta 9 products, especially Delta 9 edibles in Minnesota thanks to progressive legislation. The effects of smoking Delta-9 compared to Delta-9 in tinctures varies on individual, quality as well as what base the tincture is; such as alcohol based or a coconut oil.
It’s important to note that while Delta 9 oil can get you high in tinctures, many consumers choose Delta-9 tinctures because they make Delta 9 dosing easy, quick and quite accurate. Another key factor is Delta 9 tinctures deliver smaller amounts of THC per dose, allowing consumers to enjoy Delta 9 THC benefits without the overpowering effect of feeling high from hemp-derived Delta 9. Trying to get a long-lasting and potent high, try looking at bulk Delta 9 gummies which deliver up to 10mg of Delta 9 each gummy. Unlike other cannabinoids, hemp-derived Delta 9 distillate is still very expensive and difficult to find.