The delta 8 Flower Near Me
Everyone has heard of Delta 8 flower near me. Everyone recognizes Delta 8 near my house as the place where I have friends that smoke pot and get high everyday. But, everyone probably also know it’s not a very good high. But, there are still states that have legalized medical marijuana with high Delta 9 in it but many states haven’t because of it being… well… “soft.” What does that mean?
It means they don’t sell it in pharmacies or headshops near your home. It means they grow it in underground facilities and ship it across state lines. It means they grow it inside the United States. It means that they call it medical marijuana, which is fine because all medicine comes from nature, right? In other words, this plant is a miracle drug, but if someone tries to sell you something with “weed” on it, don’t be fooled – it’s illegal.
Delta-8 is actually a member of the mint family. Like peppermint, it has been found to be a powerful painkiller and anti-anxiety drug. It has been in use by military personnel for years, so it has the ability to do what prescription and over-the-counter drugs can’t. The government even approved it for use as a cough suppressant. Some people use it for depression, arthritis, anxiety, glaucoma, migraine headaches, sore throats, stomach ulcers, heartburn, and to relieve nausea, vomiting, and high blood pressure.
The delta 8 Flower Near Me – Could it Be the Delta8 Treatment For ADHD?
When I was buying flower near me, I didn’t see any delta in it. When I asked the owner what it was, she told me it was a synthetic, man-made compound that’s been called “delta-8 flower,” but doesn’t contain delta-8 at all. She called the flower an “amphetamines.” It wasn’t immediately obvious to me, but I did some research and I discovered that the term amphetamines is actually an accepted medical term meaning “a psychoactive substance used medically,” and that they’re actually made from two chemical substances: speed and dextroamphetamine.
delta-8 in speed (or amphetamines) stimulates the body’s production of dopamine, a chemical in the brain that enables you to experience pleasurable feelings. Dextroamphetamine on the other hand, causes the release of the neurochemical epinephrine. People who suffer from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) take these drugs to stay awake and alert and to prevent slumbering. Scientists believe that the action of the two chemicals causes a circuit in the brain to be activated that causes people to experience both of the effects simultaneously.
delta-8 is also a popular alternative ADHD medication that’s been found effective in trials. It’s thought that it may work because it alters the function of the delta receptors in the brain. In other words, it appears to target the “reward” pathway in the brain, which then increases dopamine production and activity. The good news is that the long term effect hasn’t yet been proven. In my next article, I will discuss what I think are the pros and cons of this delta-8 alternative.