What is HHC?
Hexahydrocannabinol is a cannabinoid similar to Delta 8 THC. It is found in very small amounts within the hemp plant. Hexa-hydro-cannabinol was first synthesised by Roger Adams. It can be derived from CBD, delta-8 THC, and delta-9 THC. Today, most of the HHC on the market, both in pure extract and in vape cartridges, is derived from the CBD of Cannabis Sativa L.
How is HHC produced?
To commercially produce HHC, hydrogen gas is mixed with cannabinoid-rich Cannabis Sativa L extract in a pressurised container. In this way, the hydrogen breaks the carbon double bonds that cannabinoids have and thus produces a hydrogenated cannabis oil, known as HCO. Subsequently, the HCO goes through a decarboxylation process to obtain the HHC.
Effects and benefits of HHC
HHC is highly compatible with the CB1 and CB2 receptors of our endocannabinoid system, and it produces effects similar to those of THC, such as feeling of happiness, relaxation, increased social status and relaxing euphoria. The benefits of HHC can relieve chronic pain, migraines and even the symptoms of diseases such as Parkinson's. However, many studies are still needed.
Is it legal to buy HHC?
Buying HHC in Europe is totally legal as products like the HHC Vapes and Flowers contain 0% THC. Buying wholesale HHC in Spain is now possible safely and legally. Click here now and check out our awesome line of HHC vapes and flowers.
How to use an HHC Vape?
Remove the silicone cap and inhale with your lips around the mouthpiece. The disposable HHC pod requires no maintenance or preparation for use, and it's designed to bring pure flavour and convenience with a simple yet classic design. Keep the HHC vape at room temperature and upright to avoid leakage, away from sunlight and in a cool, dark place to prolong the shelf life.
What are HHC buds?
HHC buds are Cannabis Sativa L flowers that have been genetically modified to generate high percentages of Hexahydrocannabinol. There are HHC bud products that are made by modifying cannabis seeds. However, there are other production methods where the CBD cannabis flower is taken and given an HHC bath, so that it can absorb as much Hexahydrocannabinol as possible.

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