Terpene Infused HHC Sauce – Hexahydrocannabinol Sauce with 5% terpenes.
HHC (hexahydrocannabinol) is one of the newest cannabinoids to enter the cannabis industry. It is a naturally-occurring cannabinoid found in hemp. Other hemp-derived cannabinoids gaining popularity today include CBN, CBC, and CBG.
HHC effects are reportedly almost similar to delta 9 THC. Hence, if you are looking for a cannabinoid that is more potent than delta 8 THC, this is it. Fortunately, HHC can now be produced in significant quantities to supply the demand in the marketplace.
About our Product
- Contains 95%+ Total Active Cannabinoids (TAC)
- 100% Hemp-Derived
- 5% Terpenes
- 10 Different terpene profiles to choose from
- Contains less than 0.3% Delta-9 THC
Our HHC products are sourced from hemp-derived HHC extract. They are legal under federal law and many state laws. However, you assume full responsibility for determining the legality of this product in your state or territory before you buy HHC online.
What is Hexahydrocannabinol?
The cannabis industry has advanced from offering THC and CBD products to offering other alternative cannabinoids. Products containing delta 8 THC, delta 10 THC, CBC, CBN, CBG, THC-O, and many others are now available on the market. Today, HHC (hexahydrocannabinol) is making an appearance.
HHC is a potent cannabinoid that is present in cannabis plants. It is pretty similar to THC. What makes hexahydrocannabinol different is hydrogenation. In short, it is a hydrogenated form of delta 9 THC. The chemical reaction of hydrogen to THC changes its molecular weight and geometry. The result is a more stable compound that is more resistant to heat and has a longer shelf life.
The molecular structure of HHC and THC are nearly identical to one another and may easily confuse the untrained observer. However, there are a few key differences that make HHC more stable. These differences also modify the psychoactive effects of HHC.
The high produces the same feelings of euphoria and relaxation experienced in the consumption of other psychoactive cannabinoids. The duration of the effects depends on the method of consumption as well. While HHC is slightly less potent than delta 9, it is considerably more potent than delta 8. Hence, if you want a more potent legal high, HHC is a viable substitute for delta 8.
As of the moment, we cannot make definitive statements on the medicinal benefits of HHC. We have to wait for further research into the medicinal properties of HHC and other cannabinoids. Most of the statements we read on the benefits of HHC are based on firsthand user experience and are purely anecdotal.
How is HHC Produced?
There is a massive demand in the market to try out other cannabinoids derived from the hemp plant. However, it takes a lot of hemp plants to produce a significant amount of HHC. Obtaining meaningful amounts of cannabinoids from hemp requires isomerization or hydrogenation.
Producing significant amounts of delta 8 THC and delta 10 THC for commercial use requires the isomerization of hemp-derived CBD. In like manner, HHC can be produced in meaningful quantities using CBD. However, the process is a bit different because it involves a hydrogenation process instead of isomerization. Since HHC cannot be extracted naturally to produce significant quantities, it is converted from CBD instead.
How is Hexahydrocannabinol Legal?
The 2018 Farm Bill makes hemp and all its derivatives legal. Legal hemp plants (Cannabis Sativa) contain less than 0.3% of the psychotropic compound delta 9 THC. When Cannabis Sativa exceeds the 0.3% limit, it is considered marijuana.
Our HHC extract is derived from 100% federally legal hemp. During the manufacturing process of HHC, the hemp extract never exceeds 0.3% delta 9 THC. Like in the case of delta 8 and delta 10, HHC is legal on a federal level as long as it is derived from hemp.
How to Use HHC
HHC can be consumed the same way as delta 8 THC and CBD. The method of consumption will determine the onset of effects.
You can use the product to fill HHC vape cartridges. Vaping delivers a quick onset of effects. As soon as you inhale the vapour, it enters your lungs and is delivered directly to your bloodstream. In a few minutes, expect the high to start manifesting. The duration of the effect lasts an average of two to three hours.
You can infuse HHC into food, as well. You can make gummies, baked goods, desserts, and other kinds of edibles. Remember that HHC has almost similar effects and potency as delta 9 THC. Base your dosage on your tolerance level of THC.
HHC can be paired with MCT oil, hemp seed oil, or olive oil to make tinctures. Tinctures can be used for sublingual administration or for making HHC-infused edibles. When administered under the tongue, you can expect to feel the effects in a few minutes. When taken as an edible, wait for at least one to two hours for the effects to manifest.
- Our hexahydrocannabinol products are not evaluated by the FDA.
- Do not use HHC to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
- Consult your doctor if you have a medical condition before using our product.
- Advice should be sought from your physician if you are using prescription medications.
- Do not use our product if you are pregnant or nursing.
- Seek your doctor’s advice before using our product.
HHC and Drug Testing
There is no sufficient data about how hexahydrocannabinol HHC can affect drug tests. HHC metabolites may trigger a false positive on a test looking for THC metabolites. Hence, if you need to pass a drug test, do not use this product.
Buy terpene-infused HHC Online from CannaClear Now!
At CannaClear, we strive to provide you with new cannabis experiences by offering access to quality products made from different cannabinoids. Our goods are sourced from 100% legal hemp to provide more customers with the chance to try out new and exciting recreational products.
If you have tried delta 8 and delta 10 before, you will love the more potent high of HHC. As always, use our product with caution and be a responsible cannabis user.