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Structure of D8 THCo
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Delta 8 Tetrahydrocannabinol Acetate
(Acetylated D8 THC)

Effects (Community)

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Effects (For Me)
  • Dream-Like Haze

  • Very Mild Body Load

  • Euphoric

  • "Head on a string" Feeling

  • Feels very similar to D8 THC with a more dreamy twist.

  • Mostly head high, when vaped on its own it feels like there's "something missing"

Average High Length


Come-up: 30-40 Minutes

Peak: 1-2 Hours

Comedown: 30 Minutes - 1 Hour

Afterglow: 2-4 Hours


Come-up: 40-90 Minutes

Peak: 1-4 Hours

Comedown: 1-2 Hours

Afterglow: 2-6 Hours

Dosage Sizes


Threshold: 10-15mg

Low dose: 15-35mg

Avg dose: 35-65mg

Strong dose: 65mg+


Threshold: 3-5 mg

Low dose: 5-20mg

Avg dose: 20-50mg

Strong dose: 50mg+

Best known for:

Being a more dreamlike version of D8 without as much body high. Takes longer to hit than D8 and also lasts longer.


D8 THCo has a low viscosity. It can be pushed out of a syringe at room temperature.

My Opinion

The onset is pleasant and gradual. It's nice for someone looking for something more "wavy and calm" feeling than d8. Even more so than the other acetates, D8 THCo really needs other noids to shine. Best used as a supporting noid. At about 20-40% it can add a great dreamy head high to your blend. Also good for using in blends as a way to bridge the time gap between the regular noids and Phorol noids hitting. I find that phorol blends without acetates level off around the 40-minute mark before then continuing when the phorols hit. With acetates in there you can have a more consistent come-up.


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Comments (1)

Nov 27

Delta-8 tetrahydrocannabinol acetate (D8-THC) is a derivative of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is a psychoactive compound found in the cannabis plant (Cannabis sativa). D8-THC is created from CBD, a non-psychoactive compound found in the cannabis plant.

D8-THC is a synthetic compound that is similar to naturally occurring THC but usually has higher levels of Delta-8 and lower levels of Delta-9, which is the primary psychoactive component in cannabis. It is commonly used to treat pain, anxiety, and insomnia.

While D8-THC is legal in many states, it is still a controlled substance in many others, and its use should be done with caution. Long-term effects on health is still unknown, and caution should be taken with regards to its use.

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