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How Is HHC Made?

When making HHC, we start with a purified cannabinoid like Delta-9 THC and put it into a hydrogenation process in the presence of an appropriate solvent and a metal catalyst to improve the efficiency of the reaction. This is what converts THC into hexahydrocannabinol (HHC).

Is HHC Legal?

Yes! Congress legalized hemp and its constituents under the sweeping 2018 Farm Bill, making hemp-derived therapeutic products legal all around the nation. HHC comes from the hydrogenation of CBD molecules.

Does Hemp Contain HHC?

HHC is derived from hemp, but it is a partially synthetic compound that is made in a laboratory. Molecules are isolated from the plant and mixed with a catalyst to form a new compound with similar properties as natural hemp.

Will HHC Show Up On A Drug Test?

Recent studies on HHC have concluded that HHC metabolites trigger Delta 9 drug tests, so we recommend that you avoid using HHC if you have an upcoming test.

Health Benefits To HHC?

HHC is known to help with Anti-inflammatory benefits, Relaxation, Anxiety Relief, Pain Relief,  and helping with sleep insomnia.

Is HHC Stronger Than CBD?

HHC exhibits significantly greater potency compared to CBD. Unlike CBD, which lacks psychoactive effects and doesn't induce a high, HHC is psychoactive and capable of producing a euphoric state. When compared to other psychoactive cannabinoids, anecdotal evidence indicates that HHC is approximately 75% as potent as delta-9 THC, the primary psychoactive compound found in cannabis.

What Does HHC Do For The Body?

Preliminary research suggests that HHC could serve as a viable substitute for traditional opioids in alleviating pain and inflammation. HHC potentially influences anxiety and stress akin to other cannabinoids. Individuals have reported experiencing increased relaxation and tranquility following HHC consumption.