What is HHC?
HHC stands for hexahydrocannabinol and the substance is a cannabinoid. HHC is a substance that occurs naturally in small concentrations in the hemp seeds and pollen of the hemp plant. These concentrations are so small that they can hardly be traced. The origin of HHC is natural and comes from CBD crops, but it is processed synthetically in the lab. This is also why it is called a semi-synthetic cannabinoid. HHC products are almost always sold in an artificial form. HHC was first discovered by Robert Adams in 1947. HHC is commonly consumed by vaping, eating it as a candy, or drinking shots. The product is a half derivative of CBD products.
How is it made?
In the process, called hydrogenation, a hydrogen molecule is added to CBD, converting it into HHC. The vapes are filled with a distillate of HHC and terpenes. The vaporizers are available in different flavours.
What are the effects?
Unlike CBD, HHC does contain psychoactive effects. This can change your behavior or perception of the moment. The most common effects are euphoria, altered mood, laughter, hunger, change in perception of reality, increased sensory pleasure, and fatigue. These effects are dose-dependent and may vary from person to person. How do you use HHC vapes? It is recommended to start with 3 inhalations. The effect of the HHC can be felt within minutes of vaping. Vaping ensures that the HHC enters the bloodstream directly through the lungs and passes through the liver, after which the effects can be felt. It is recommended to build up the use carefully.
How do you store HHC vapes?
A vape lasts a long time, there are between 300 and 400 inhalations. The vapes are best stored at room temperature and away from sunlight. It is also wise to store it upright to prevent any leakage.
The use of HHC is only allowed for 18+ and is not recommended for pregnant women. Also, do not drive under the influence of HHC.