HHC Hexahydrocannabinol Flower

Hexahydrocannabinol HHC-infused Hemp Flower is a base-compliant hemp flower that has been improved with additional Terpenes and HHC. The finished product includes hemp flower that has been subjected to Kief treatment and then thoroughly heat sprayed with HHC distillate. Enjoy the traditional smoking experience of hemp flower, now enhanced with HHC!

Introducing HHC, a federally-legal hemp product with euphoric advantages. You may use HHC flower to smoke whenever and wherever you want, since it is legal in all 50 states. HHC is a cannabinoid present in cannabis that has been discovered in hemp. Hemp is a variety of Cannabis sativa that is distinct from marijuana. Marijuana’s primary active ingredient is Delta 9 THC, which has a euphoric high for many users.

HHC is a potent, fast-acting antiemetic that works in the same way as THC, yet there are certain distinctions. The first thing to remember is that marijuana-derived THC is a Schedule I Controlled Substances in the United States. The phrase “hemp-derived” is often used to characterize high-CBD cannabis because it is derived from hemp plants, which are legal in all 50 states under the federal Farm Bill of 2018.

If you just smoke hemp flower, no matter how much HHC there is, you won’t feel any of its effects since there isn’t enough. So, what exactly is the function of HHC flower?

We convert CBD from hemp to HHC through the use of contemporary chemistry. In order to convert THC from a plant or cannabis plant into another form, chemists must first work on a molecular level to modify chemical bonds – a process known as isomerization. A HHC distillate is the result. We then add hemp buds to the HHC distillate, which is a potent mix of HHC and CBD.

Although THC buds and HHC flowers appear, smell, and taste similar, there is no difference in how they are smoked. However, the effects of HHC flower and THC flower are not the same. THC is a more potent cannabinoid, and has a greater potential for negative effects than HHC.

HHC Flower