Hexahydrocannabinol is currently one of the most sought-after substances extracted from cannabis. As it is a substance that can bring euphoria and relaxation, but above all has psychoactive effects (it can alter perception and experience), respect for its effects is more than appropriate. The intake of a larger dose may result in less than pleasant states. What to do if you take too much HHC?
Everyone has probably heard of hashish at some point, but in its original form with its high THC content it is considered a banned substance under Czech legislation. However, CBD and HHC hashish are different. In our article you will find out what the difference between these cannabis products is, how they are obtained, what their effects are and what the situation is regarding the use of these substances.
Hexahydrocannabinol (HHC) has already earned its place on the cannabis scene. And perhaps that is why two younger, modified versions of HHC have recently emerged, HHC-O and HHC-P. What do they have in common with HHC and how do they differ?
HHC is no longer a newcomer to the cannabis world, so it is not surprising that, as with other cannabinoids, ways are being sought to modify its chemical structure to discover new or enhanced effects. And that is exactly what has been done with HHC-O.
In the plethora of cannabinoids, HHC (hexahydrocannabinol) is increasingly heard of alongside CBD. It has been around for almost eighty years, but is only now having its moment of glory. Why? Does it compete with CBD or does it have similar effects to the banned THC? Actually, it's both. Let's take a closer look.
The cannabis plant is still largely shrouded in mystery. The fact that a few cannabinoids are known and can be used to relieve health problems doesn't mean much. The proportion of what we know almost nothing about is many times greater. HHC is currently in the crosshairs and it is slowly being revealed what it actually is.