HHC and Delta-THC are two of the most popular cannabinoids in the hemp market. While they both come from the same family, they have some distinct differences that make them unique. HHC is a stronger analogue of THC, producing more powerful effects but also more likely to cause anxiety. On the other hand, Delta-THC is a weaker analogue of THC, producing less powerful effects but also less likely to cause anxiety.
When it comes to potency, HHC is slightly stronger than Delta 8 THC, but not as powerful as Delta 9.This makes it a good choice for those who want more than what Delta 8 can offer. Edibles with HHC (gummies) take a little longer to work, but they last the longest. In comparison, THC Delta 8 has been popular for much longer than HHC and products with THC-O and Delta 8 with THC are widely available. HHC has two additional hydrogen atoms that completely fill the molecule's carbon ring, making it more stable than either of the two varieties of THC.
Contrary to intuition, HHC and THC delta 8 can remain detectable in your body for longer if you take a proportionately higher dose in the hope of obtaining similar effects to those you would get with THC delta 9.As for side effects, they tend to vary but are similar in both HHC and THC. HHC products can stay safely in your cabinets or refrigerators for a while since they have a considerably longer lifespan than Delta 9 THC. Unfortunately, HHC is extremely difficult to find in today's cannabinoid markets, making it more expensive and less available than THC delta 8 and delta 9.The effects of HHC are said to be relaxing and euphoric and can help with nausea or promote better rest compared to traditional THC. This is because the HHC molecule contains hydrogen molecules that are lacking in other forms of THC, but are still psychoactive like THC.
However, there isn't much research related to the effects of long-term use of HHC due to its rarity.