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With 113 currently identified cannabinoids (which are naturally occurring chemicals found in cannabis plants), it should come as no surprise that new products continue to hit the shelves based on these unique compounds.  One of the more recent offerings that the 2018 US Farm Bill helped bring to market are products containing HHC which stands for hexahydrocannabinol.  Less well known than tetrahydrocannibidiol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD), HHC has nonetheless grown in prominence due to some unique properties that often make it more desirable than other formulations. What’s Your Treat? offers a selection of quality HHC products.  We also know the important of making an informed decision when making purchasing decisions, which is why we have a helpful FAQ selection below.

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What is HHC?

HHC stands for hexahydrocannabinol and is a hemp derived cannabidiol that does not include tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) but still gives the less potent psychoactive feeling, such as delta-8 and delta-10.  HHC is a newer product to the market and research and testing are in progress.

What is HHC’s potency?

Because of HHC’s newness to the marketplace, there has not been a lot of studies regarding the potency level of HHC.  Additionally, potency levels may vary by manufacturer is there is not yet a codified measurement system around HHC.  Without formal scientific potency evaluations, collected feedback from consumers of HHC infused products contend that the potency level is somewhere between delta-8 and delta-9 levels of intensity.  Caution should be used when first trying HHC products in order to find a desirable level.

When was HHC discovered?

The synthetization of HHC was first completed in 1940

How is HHC made?

HHC is a synthetic or semi-synthetic cannabinoid, made in a sterile laboratory.  For legality purposes, HHC is made from low-THC hemp instead of cannabis.  Because HHC occurs in such low concentrations naturally within the plant, hydrogenation, a special chemical process that binds hydrogen atoms to CBD take place, with the end product being HHC.

Is HHC legal?

As part of the 2018 US Farm Bill, hemp and its derivatives containing less than 0.3% THC are considered legal by the federal government.  With HHC made from low-THC hemp, HHC should meet these stringent thresholds.

Can I fail a drug test using HHC products?

Yes, any product that contains HHC also contains THC which is the active chemical that drug tests, especially tests involving urine, register as positive for marijuana.

How long does it take for the effects of HHC to kick in?

There is no general consensus due to the recency of HHC products being commercially available.  Likewise potency levels will vary by manufacturer.  What is well-established is the method of ingestion, as inhalation through a vape-device will lead to more immediate results than through edibles.

Can I give my pet HHC products?

No, pets should NEVER be given HHC under any circumstances. Their nervous systems cannot handle intoxicating substances, and this can lead to dangerous effects of which may necessitate hospitalization.

How is HHC different from CBD?

CBD is better known for the effects it has on the body as opposed to the mind.  HHC has the psychoactive properties found within THC and can create more of a “high” sensation.  CBD not containing THC does not have the same effect.

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