Delta 8, delta 10, and delta 11 are all forms of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the primary psychoactive compound found in cannabis.
Delta 8 THC is an isomer of CBD, and is considered to be less potent than delta 9 THC, which is the most commonly found form of THC in cannabis. Delta 8 THC is also believed to have a lower psychoactive effect, making it a popular choice for those who want the benefits of THC without the strong "high" associated with delta 9 THC.
Delta 10 THC is a less common form of THC that is believed to be even less potent than delta 8 THC. It is also thought to have a lower psychoactive effect than delta 9 THC. This form of THC is not as well-studied as delta 8 and delta 9, and more research is needed to understand its effects and potential uses.
Delta 11 THC is a rare form of THC that is believed to be even less potent than delta 10 THC. It is not well-studied, and there is currently limited information available about its effects or potential uses.
In summary, all three forms of THC, delta 8, delta 10, and delta 11, are less potent and less psychoactive than delta 9 THC. However, delta 8 and delta 10 are the most studied and available in the market, while delta 11 is considered a rare form of THC and is not well-studied.