The hemp industry is expanding dramatically and more and more new psychoactive cannabinoids are coming into the hemp market. Due to a lot of new compounds, it’s usually hard to remember every cannabinoid with its properties and effects.
A new emerging cannabinoid, HHC
, has gained a lot of attention. That’s why in this article, we have compared this compound in terms of potency with some popular compounds.
What Is HHC Distillate?
HHC Distillate is a highly refined extract produced by the distillation method. It is a golden, viscous oil that contains around 90 percent HHC as well as minor cannabinoids. HHC, also known as Hexahydrocannabinol, was identified in 1947 by American chemist Roger Adams, who hydrogenated Delta 9 THC by adding hydrogen molecules to it.
HHC is a psychoactive cannabinoid that appears to exhibit all of the other features we associate with Delta 9 THC, such as nausea, emotional and physical discomfort, hunger, and overall mood elevation, but has a milder effect than Delta 9 THC. It is a highly stable semi-synthetic hydrogenated cannabinoid that is a hydrogenated version of THC.
How Strong is HHC Distillate Compared To Other Cannabinoids?
To determine the strength of the HHC cannabinoid, we compared it to various other potent and well-known cannabinoids.