Delta-8-THC Research Dashboard
Double-blind human trials
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CannaKeys has 10 studies associated with Delta-8-THC.
Here is a small sampling of Delta-8-THC studies by title:
- The Cannabinoids Δ8THC, CBD, and HU-308 Act via Distinct Receptors to Reduce Corneal Pain and Inflammation.
- A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of the In Vivo Haemodynamic Effects of Δ⁸-Tetrahydrocannabinol
- In vitro/in vivo correlation studies for transdermal delta 8-THC development
- Very low doses of delta 8-THC increase food consumption and alter neurotransmitter levels following weight loss
- An efficient new cannabinoid antiemetic in pediatric oncology.
Components of the Delta-8-THC Research Dashboard
- Top medical conditions associated with Delta-8-THC
- Proven effects in clinical trials for Delta-8-THC
- Receptors associated with Delta-8-THC
- Individual study details for Delta-8-THC
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Overview - Delta-8-THC
Description of Delta-8-THC
Delta-8-THC is found in relatively small amounts in cannabis and while it was partially synthesized as early as 1941 by Roger Adams, C. K. Cain, W. D. McPhee, and R. B. Wearn, the stereospecific synthesis was first reported in 1967 by Rafael Mechoulam, P. Braun, and Yehiel Gaoni. Delta 8-THC has two known metabolites i.e. 11-hydroxy-delta 8-THC (11-OH-delta 8-THC), and 11-oxo-delta 8-THC. IN some earlier scientific papers, Delta 8-THC was referred to as Delta 6-THC.
Delta-8-THC Properties and Effects
Positive psychoactivity (but less than THC), antiemetic, anti-inflammatory, pain
Delta-8-THC Receptor Binding
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