When it comes to companies, a headquarters and a company with headquarters are two distinct elements. When referring to a specific headquarters unit, it is usually referred to as HHC, which is an abbreviation. Hexahydrocannabinol, or HHC, is a hydrogenated form of THC. It is the most stable form of THC, as it is highly resistant to oxidation, heat and UV light, so you don't have to worry about your stash losing its potency.
Unfortunately, there is no standard testing protocol for HHC yet, so even companies that test their products may not provide accurate results. The debate over the legality of HHC revolves around whether it is a natural or synthetic compound. If you are an experienced user of either one, taking a similar or slightly lower dose of HHC would be a good starting point. Until a court rules or gives an opinion on the legality of HHC, it is impossible to determine with certainty whether it is legal or not, so use this product at your own risk.
In addition to its long lifespan, another key selling point for HHC users is that a standard 12-panel drug test won't detect it. However, HHC does not occur naturally in substantial quantities, so several chemical processes are needed to obtain usable quantities. HHC is also incredibly resistant to heat and UV light, making it the ideal cannabinoid candidate for post-apocalyptic preparers. For now, the evidence supporting this claim is mostly anecdotal, although preliminary research suggests that HHC is not metabolized to 11-hydroxy-THC, which is the main metabolite of THC that can cause a positive result.
Every cannabinoid that appears on the scene offers us something new, but it's always wise to be careful if you decide to try HHC or anything under-researched. Because HHC is very similar to THC, it may offer many of the benefits of THC, but few studies have investigated it. The truth is that HHC falls somewhere in between a so-called “naturally occurring” form of THC and synthetic THC. If judges determine that HHC is natural and the final product is derived from hemp and contains less than 0.3% of THC delta 9, then it is legal at the federal level. As a new user of HHC, you may not know your tolerance levels, but as a general guide, its potency lies between the mildest high of Delta 8 (D) and Delta 9 (THC) (D.