Right now, HHC is not banned by name at the federal level. However, it may be wise to pay attention to your state's cannabis laws, which could restrict HHC and other cannabinoid products. Arkansas law is a lot like federal law that suggests that only THC derived from marijuana is illegal. Marijuana is legal in the state of California under the Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act for Medicinal and Adult Use (202).
However, the current text on AB45 suggests that HHC is limited to concentrations of 0.3% or lower. This means that only certain gummy HHC products or other edibles are legal in the state of California. The main difference between HHC-O and Delta 9-THC is federal and state legality. HHC-O is fully federal legal and legal in 41 states, while Delta 9-THC is federally illegal and illegal in most states.
Both HHC and Delta 9-THC produce euphoric psychoactive effects on consumers and bring a wide variety of medical and recreational benefits. Hexahydrocannabinol (HHC) is a chemical compound found in cannabis plants. It's a psychoactive chemical, meaning it changes the way you think and feel. However, because it comes from the hemp plant, it remains in a gray area where it is legal as long as it comes from industrial hemp and contains less than 0.3% THC.
However, some states may consider this substance illegal, so we have compiled a long list of states where HHC can be bought, sold and possessed without restrictions and some that prohibit it. There was no mention of HHC at the time and no official ruling has been issued to further block the sale of hemp-derived HHC in the state. While no state legislature has explicitly restricted HHC yet, many assume that states with Delta 8 restrictions are likely to invoke restrictions similar to HHC if it gains sufficient popularity. In addition, since HHC and HHC products are intoxicating, it makes sense that many people aren't sure if they're legal or not.