When THC Delta 9 binds to receptors, it triggers reactions that cause the “high” associated with marijuana use. Delta 8 THC is formed in the body when THC Delta 9 breaks down. A recent study showed that inhaled Delta 8 was eliminated from the body twice as fast as other forms, and injections were even faster. In general, THC Delta 8 is known to affect the cardiovascular, pulmonary, immune and central nervous systems.
Delta 8 and Delta 9 are the most popular forms of THC that people find in dispensaries or CBD stores, according to state laws. If you stopped vaping Delta 8, it would be easier to remove it from your system in 5 days or less, depending on how often you smoke. If you're a long-time Delta 8 user, it may take some time to remove it from your system, as Delta 8 stays in your body for a longer period of time.
The best way to ensure that Delta 8 is completely eliminated from your system is to stop using it for at least 30 days. This will give your body enough time to metabolize the THC and eliminate it completely. It is also important to note that a hair follicle test can detect traces of Delta 8 for up to 90 days after consumption.