The optimal dose of delta 10 THC is still undetermined, Many factors should be noted being that everyone reacts differently due to their own functioning endocannabinoid system (ECS). As with any cannabinoid, the dose is likely to fluctuate depending on the individual’s size and weight, experience level (tolerance), and individual metabolic factors.
We know it’s not as potent as delta 9 THC — but we still don’t have a clear understanding about how far off it is. Most people who have tried delta 10 report it to be roughly similar to that of delta 8 — which is about half as strong as an equivalent dose of the delta 9 isomer.
By noting the anecdotical evidence, one could estimate the working dosage range of delta 10 THC is somewhere between 20 mg and 60 mg.
But, always remember whenever trying a new compound for the first time, it’s wise to start with a very low dose — around 5 mg — and wait an hour to see how your body responds. From there, you can increase the dose every hour by 5 mg until you hit what’s called a threshold dose — this is the dose that produces a noticeable change in cognition.
You can continue to play around with the dose by making subtle changes to see what works best for you.
Delta 10 THC is yet another new isomer of the THC molecule. It’s psychoactive, just like it’s cousins molecules, delta 9 and delta 8 THC, but slightly less potent.
In terms of effects, delta 10 THC could be the ideal version of THC for daytime use, while delta 8 is more ideal for the evenings. Delta 9 is somewhere in between both isomers.