In this post, we explain everything you need to know about how to tell the difference between HHC Vs THC O.
HHC Vs THC O
THC O is a hemp-derived analog of Delta-9 THC. It doesn’t naturally occur in the cannabis plant, but is made in a lab. HHC, however, does present itself naturally in the hemp cannabis sativa plant.
HHC and THCO both have their upsides and downsides. THCO offers a more psychedelic high than most cannabinoids, including HHC.
With both, we advise you go slow. It takes a longer time for THCO to hit than HHC. With HHC, expect similar effects as Delta-9 THC. Of course, HHC lasts a lot longer when stored. With the hydrogenation process, the cannabinoid stays preserved.
If you read our blog “How to Tell the Difference Between THCP, THC-O, and HHC“, you may remember that I mentioned HHC. If you haven’t had a chance to read it, no problems! Here is the lowdown. HHC is a hemp-derived cannabinoid created in a lab after adding hydrogen to the molecule, later naming this process Hydrogenation. HHC is not quite strong for which we recommend to go slow.
Does HHC get you high?
HHC functions differently than Delta-9 THC, but it does produce similar effects if enough HHC is consumed.
HHC Vs Delta 10
What is the most common way of HHC Consumption?
HHC Gummies and vape carts filled with HHC oils are the most common, though it doesn’t mean that other options such as disposables, tinctures, concentrates, or even flower coated with THC aren’t available.
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