It is widely believed that HHC is around 60% stronger than THC. It is a different experience than delta-8 and delta-10, as well as THC-O and other cannabinoids. HHC does not provide the same potency or concentration improvements as a delta-8 or delta-9 Sativa cultivar. In general, the strength of HHC is weaker than that of THC-O.However, it is still more powerful than the typical delta-8 THC product.
HHC produces effects that are comparable to those of THC, but they last much longer. Additionally, HHC is more resistant to heat and UV exposure than THC. Although research on the safety of HHC is limited, everything suggests that it is no more dangerous than THC. Although HHC isn't technically a THC, it produces similar effects if you use it in sufficient quantity. When produced in the laboratory, a batch of HHC is a mixture of active and inactive HHC molecules.
The active HHC binds well to the body's cannabinoid receptors; the inactive ones do not. The effects of HHC on the mind and body are very similar to those of THC. However, since HHC is less potent, you'll need larger amounts to get the full effects of THC. As for side effects, they tend to vary, but they are similar in both HHC and THC. HHC was first discovered by Roger Adams when he chemically synthesized natural THC in 1947. It produces effects that are comparable to those of other cannabinoids, but with some slight variations. The federal government may consider HHC and delta-8 to be controlled substances by default under the Federal Analogs Act.
Although HHC may occur naturally in hemp, it is relatively scarce compared to THC delta 8 and THC delta 10. The other two methods are the hydrogenation of terpenes (such as citronellol) to HHC and the conversion of CBD to HHC with the aid of artificial gastric juice. The potency of active HHC twin, HHC 9R, is approximately 70-80% of the strength of delta-9, while delta-8 is about half as powerful. This means that HHC is stronger than delta-8 in general. Furthermore, HHC products can stay safely in your cabinets or refrigerators for a while since they have a considerably longer lifespan than Delta 9 THC. Commercial HHC is obtained by hydrogenating cannabinoids derived from hemp under pressure with a catalyst such as palladium. User reports generally describe the HHC high as somewhere between Delta 8 and Delta 9 for THC.
Although HHC has not been extensively studied like other more abundant cannabinoids such as delta 9, THC or CBD, some promising research has been done. THC Delta 9 has a longer lifespan than HHC, since it breaks down into other cannabinoids when exposed to external conditions. Because HHC and THC are similar, HHC is likely to offer many of the same therapeutic benefits as THC.