Delta-10 is often reported to produce a mild high that is approximately half the potency of Delta-9 THC.
THC-Ois said to produce a significantly more potent effect, approximately three times more potent than delta-9 THC. Therefore, in general, the potency of HHC is weaker than that of THC-O. However, it's still stronger than the typical delta-8 THC product.
It's also called THC-O acetate, and it's not actually found in nature: it's a lab-made cannabinoid that looks like delta-9 THC. However, according to most reports, THC-O gives you a higher dose than delta 8 and is a much more intense experience than any other form of THC. There is no information available on how long THC-O stays in the body, but we can assume that it can be detected for at least as long as the delta 9 of THC, possibly for weeks or months. Like delta 10 THC and other hemp-derived cannabinoids available on the market, THC-O is chemically nearly identical to delta 9 THC, the intoxicating compound that dominates marijuana plants.
And its effects are very similar to those of delta 9, but because it binds more closely to the body's cannabinoid receptors than other forms of THC, THC-O is more intoxicating than delta 8, delta 10 or HHC and is even stronger than delta 9 THC (more on that later). THC-O products are sold online by many of the same retailers that sell CBD (and delta 8, delta 10, HHC, and THCP). THC-O is created by chemically converting CBD into delta 9 THC or delta 8 THC and then converting those cannabinoids into their acetate ester form, which is called THC-O for short. Although all of these compounds are derived from the same plant, a difference between THC-O and Delta compounds is that THC-O is synthesized.
Unlike delta 8 THC and other hemp-derived cannabinoids, THC-O is not found naturally in hemp plants and is therefore considered an illegal controlled substance at the federal level by federal law enforcement officials.