The Difference Between HHC and THC

HHC and THC are two compounds found in cannabis, but they are not the same. HHC is a minor cannabinoid, found naturally in cannabis in small amounts, while THC is a major cannabinoid found in high concentrations. HHC is approximately 70-80% of the strength of delta-9 (THC), and delta-8 is approximately half as potent, meaning that HHC is stronger than delta-8 in general. Chemically, HHC is different from THC because it has no double bonds in its chemical structure.

During the “conversion process”, all the double bonds in THC are broken and replaced by hydrogen atoms. User reports generally describe the HHC high as somewhere between Delta 8 and Delta 9 for THC. This is attractive to many people, as other alternatives to THC, such as delta 8 and delta 10, will appear in urine or blood tests for THC if consumed in sufficient quantities. The Circuit Court of Appeals confirmed that THC delta 8 was legal under Farm Bill's definition of hemp, and that all other compounds and derivatives of hemp are also legal, as long as they contain no more than the 0.3 percent legal maximum of THC delta 9.Despite the difference in potency, the consumption of products with HHC and THC produces similar effects and benefits, such as relaxation, sedation, energy, concentration and sleep promotion (among others). Both compounds have a binding affinity with the brain's CB1 receptors that impairs judgment and motor control, so you shouldn't use machines under the influence of HHC or delta-8 THC. HHC was first discovered by Roger Adams while chemically synthesizing natural THC in 1947. Most of the HHC products on the market are manufactured by transforming THC through chemical reactions in a laboratory.

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