Bulk HHC Products
Wholesale HHC is a naturally occurring hydrogenated form THC. HHC can also be chemically hydrogenated from THC and considered semi-synthetic. It is believed to have a strength of 70-80%, which makes it more potent than delta-8 or delta-10. HHC can induce a mild-to-moderate euphoric high, similar to THC, but with more relaxing or sedative properties akin to that of delta-8. HHC’s federal legality and safety are questionable. However, there are a few CBD businesses that produce and sell wholesale HHC products in the United States.
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Are Wholesale HHC Products Synthetic Or Natural?
HHC can be considered both a semi-synthetic and natural cannabinoid, depending on its source and manufacturing process. Although HHC is naturally found in cannabis, it’s only in very small amounts. When THC is oxidized into CBN over a prolonged period, tiny amounts of HHC are produced. CBN is an old cannabinoid found in cannabis. Producers are not able to make HHC products because of the low natural HHC content in cannabis. What do they do? They hydrogenate THC.
The process of hydrogenating THC to HHC can be done in a few steps. Producers take THC and chemically soak it in hydrogen atoms. Then they expose it to a nickel catalyst or zinc catalyst to convert it into HHC. HHC becomes more stable than THC due to the inclusion of hydrogen. It also has higher heat resistance and UV resistance. HHC is semi-synthetic because hydrogenation involves the use of a chemical to alter THC’s molecular weight and geometry.
Are Your Wholesale HHC Products a Strong Stimulant and Can it Cause a High?
Yes, HHC can cause a similar high to THC but with relaxing and sedating properties of delta-8 (and possibly delta-10). An HHC high is very similar to THC or delta-8 because of the number of carbons in its alkyl side chains. The side chains of all three cannabinoids are five-carbon, meaning they can bind to your receptors with decent efficiency. HHC products cause a similar high to THC. HHC can cause mild to moderate euphoria, visual impairments, cognitive impairments, and physical sensations. It is not clear if these effects are overwhelming. We believe that high doses of HHC could lead to a numbing, sometimes unpleasant, high-intensity high.
What Are The Advantages of HHC?
HHC’s benefits are not well understood. Although there is little research on how HHC might benefit you, early preclinical studies with animal test subjects have shown that it has pain relief as well as anticancer properties.
We could argue that HHC has more benefits than THC based on their molecular similarities and affinity to your cannabinoid receptors. These benefits could include:
- Appetite stimulation
HHC vs. THC: What Is The Difference?
The molecular structures of HHC and THC are almost identical. HHC contains two additional hydrogenated carbons, while THC has a missing ester and carbon bond. HHC is a more stable compound than THC and has a stronger resistance to heat, UV, and other molecular modifications. HHC products are therefore more stable than THC and have a longer shelf-life.
HHC vs CBN – What Is The Difference?
Despite being the result THC decomposition and degradation, HHC and CBN cannabinoids are opposites. HHC is basically THC, but its double bonds are replaced by hydrogen atoms. CBN has two double bonds on its molecular structures. HHC has a stronger affinity for binding to CB1 receptors than CB1, which results in a strong euphoric effect. CBN is much less toxic than HHC and has a weaker binding affinity to CB1 receptors.
Is HHC Detected In a Drug Test?
It is not clear if HHC will show up in a drug test. Drug tests can detect THC-COOH (a primary metabolite) of THC. This is what your body produces after THC has been consumed. A preliminary study of animal subjects shows that HHC metabolizes to 8alpha-hydroxy HHC and 8beta hydroxy HHC. These are similar to THC COOH. Is this a sign that HHC metabolites can be detected through drug testing? Researchers aren’t certain. There are no other studies that can prove HHC metabolites were detected in drug screenings. HHC products that contain residual or leftover THC from chemical hydrogenation are another issue. You could fail a drug test if your urine contains more than 50 nanograms of THC-COOH after metabolization. We recommend that you stay clear of HHC and its products if you are going to have a drug test.
Is HHC Safe?
HHC’s safety remains unknown. There is no research currently on HHC safety. HHC and its products have not been linked to any adverse reactions, overdoses, or deaths.
Side Effects of HHC
HHC’s long-term and short-term side effects remain largely unknown. There have not been any reports of life-threatening or severe side effects due to HHC or its products. HHC’s effects being similar to THC makes us assume that side effects may also be similar. Side effects of HHC could include:
- Insomnia and sleep disturbances
- Lowers blood pressure.
- Rapid heart rate
- Appetite increases.
- Red eyes
- Dry mouth
Is It Legal To Purchase Wholesale HHC Online?
The 2018 Farm Bill makes natural HHC in hemp legal. It contains no more than 0.3% THC. The Agriculture Improvement Act legalized hemp in the US and hemp-derived substances. Although HHC is not listed under the United States Controlled Substance Act, (CSA), HHC converted from THC by chemical hydrogenation could be considered a synthetically derived substance (FAA) 21 U.S.C. SS 813. Converted HHC could be considered synthetically derived at the federal level, now or in the future. The use, possession sale distribution and production of HHC products may be illegal. We recommend being cautious when searching for HHC oils, vapes, or other related products.
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