HHC is a cannabinoid that produces effects very similar to those of THC. HHC is found in small concentrations in certain cannabis varieties and has been shown to bind strongly to the CB1 receptor, although it is not as potent as THC. HHC produces psychoactive effects, such as relaxation, euphoria and increased appetite. The effects of HHC are not as well known as those of THC because it is a less common cannabinoid.
However, some people report feeling more relaxed and less anxious when using products that contain HHC. In other words, HHC can have similar effects to THC on the body and mind, but HHC is less potent, milligram for milligram, than THC delta-8.Due to slight variations in its molecular structures, HHC 9R, the active twin of high-potency HHC, binds to endocannabinoid receptors and produces effects comparable to those of THC, while requiring much higher doses of HHC. Although HHC is found naturally in the cannabis plant, commercial HHC is produced by hydrogenating hemp-derived cannabinoids under pressure with a catalyst such as palladium. This apparently makes HHC a legal hemp product and offers protection to manufacturers and sellers of HHC (and THC Delta 8 and Delta 10 and THCP), although some lawyers point out that other federal courts may reach different conclusions.
As HHC continues to gain popularity, consumers have begun to discover its lesser-known cousin, HC-O, also known as HHC acetate. These variables include how much HHC is consumed, how the body handles it, and how often HHC is used with other substances. Because HHC and THC are similar, HHC is likely to offer many of the same therapeutic benefits as THC. The active twin of high-potency HHC, 9R HHC, binds to the body's endocannabinoid receptors more effectively than 9S HHC, since they have minor chemical differences.
HHC and CBD work together to create a kind of synergy in the body, and CBD balances the effect of HHC. So how can you differentiate between the different types of THC and HHC? From a scientific point of view, everything revolves around double bonds, of which HHC has none. Trsides house high-potency HHC gummies contain 25 mg of HHC per serving, for a total of 500 mg per pack of 20.