HHC is one of the latest hemp derivatives to hit the market and is compared to THC due to its unique intoxicating effects. It interacts with the endocannabinoid system (ECS) of the human body, just like other cannabinoids such as THC and CBD. Although the odds may be lower than THC delta 9, there is still a chance that people taking HHC may test positive for THC-related metabolites. If you use HHC sparingly, once or twice a week, your body should be free of it after about a week.
However, if you have a high tolerance for delta 9, HHC may not be of much use to you. Therefore, it may not be worth risking HHC if you are tested for drugs for work or legal reasons. Choosing an HHC product that is pure and contains 0% added THC can minimize these risks, but it's hard to find products with 100% purity. The pharmacological analysis method used to detect THC metabolites may also influence the duration of detection of HHC products (especially those containing trace THC molecules).
In conclusion, while there is nothing harmful about HHC, there is still a chance that it could show up in a drug test. If you are concerned about this, it is best to choose an HHC product that is pure and contains 0% added THC. Additionally, it is important to keep in mind that if you have a high tolerance for delta 9, HHC may not be of much use to you.