Top Known Effects of HHC Hemp Flower:
What does HHC feel like?
HHC is definitely more of an indica style euphoria and so with this, you can expect a nice body buzz met with a reminiscent head high that is similar to Delta 9 THC! It takes a few minutes to take effect, but once you get there, it feels like high-quality indica.
- Body High
- Heady High
- Feels like Delta 9 THC in many regards
There is currently no evidence that HHC will cause anxiety, stress, or trigger schizophrenic episodes. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you experience any of these symptoms so I can adjust this text for our future readers! If this text is unchanged, we still have not had any reports of these side effects.
What are the potential benefits of HHC?
While HHC does not currently have a wide range of studies regarding it’s potential benefits, they have been noted to possibly include the following benefits:
- May help manage chronic pain
- May reduce inflammation
- May promote deeper, more restorative sleep
- May alleviate nausea or vomiting
- May alleviate anxiety
Some users may get sleepy with Hexahydrocannabinol. This cannabinoid is better suited for the evening hours (or whenever it is you’re trying to go to sleep).
HHC vape products are not being marketed as a drug or pharmaceutical. The FDA has not reviewed or approved these products and does not regulate them. This product is not meant to diagnose, treat, cure, prevent, or heal any medical conditions. Please consult a physician prior to using this product if you are pregnant, nursing, or on medications.
Will I fail a drug test with HHC?
HHC may trigger a drug test as a technical false positive for THC. While it is not the exact same metabolite, it is close enough in structure to still trigger the test. If you have a job to keep, it is best to play it safe.
Where does HHC Come from?
HHC is extracted from seeds and pollen of the hemp plant.
How to store HHC Products
At this time it is understood that oxygen, light, and time are the most destructive forces to cannabinoids, however, this particular cannabinoid is more resilient than THC. Since it shares a similar structure, where the primary difference is in a double-isomer prong at the top of the molecule, HHC does not have this while THC does, and this small factor seems to contribute to a more stable product with a longer shelf life.
Does HHC get you high?
Yes, most people will feel a euphoria within the first 10 – 20 minutes of use. The effects are described above. In short, Hexahydrocannabinol is an Indica style euphoria. If you feel any different, please let us know so we can include that knowledge! As of yet, HHC seems to only produce relaxing and sedative effects with a nice head high to pair it with. You may get sleepy. Don’t drive or operate heavy machinery while using this product. You must be 21 years or older to purchase this product.
Is HHC synthetic?
No, it is a naturally occurring cannabinoid, though it takes more effort to get higher yields. With this in mind, it may be considered synthetic to some state definitions, however, at this time, we are not aware of any bans on HHC.
Is HHC Safe?
HHC so far has been seen to be safe. Utoya takes care to provide authentic HHC distillate. In this vape cart, it is clean and pure, with no cutting agents at all.
That does not mean all products are created equal on the open market. Keep in mind that there are already others out there marketing HHC, and when you check what’s in there, you won’t find much of it at all. Why? It’s very expensive, and it is also hard to get from one of the only suppliers of HHC in the industry due to its high demand. That is why this is our most expensive and luxurious vape product available.
That means that other companies are cutting it with various things, it may be Delta 8 (which is fine, but it would be nice if they at least let you know), and it may be something else like PG/VG/MCT/Vitamin E which are all dangerous to vape. The fact of the matter is that you need to be sure that what you are consuming is Hexahydrocannabinol, and to that note, you should know which variant you are using as well (there are 10 variants of this cannabinoid, and there may be more).