Elevated mood, feeling of euphoria HHC produces psychoactive effects, such as relaxation, euphoria and increased appetite. Although this hydrogenated form of THC has been around for some time, there isn't much research on the effects of this cannabinoid. We can summarize that it is expected to behave in a very similar way to THC. Because HHC is an intoxicating compound, it can have some adverse effects similar to those of THC.
This includes dizziness, dry mouth, red eyes, memory loss, anxiety, increased heart rate, coordination problems, and slower reaction times. However, since HHC is less potent than THC, these side effects may not be as prominent. As with other cannabinoids, the recent increase in interest in HHC does not match exhaustive studies on its safety and effects; much of the available information on HHC is speculative. Research strongly supports that HHC is no more dangerous than THC, although if you do a simple search for what HHC is from a safety point of view, you probably won't find much.
However, cannabis cultivars that are high in THC may also contain more HHC as cannabis ages and THC degrades into HHC. User reports often describe the high level of HHC between Delta 8 and Delta 9 THC, and some HHC products may be more intoxicating than others. Synthetically produced HHC products are also likely to contain higher concentrations of HHC compared to natural cannabis, so higher doses may result in more serious adverse side effects. 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.
HHC and CBD work together to create a kind of synergy in the body, and CBD balances the effect of HHC.