What is HHC?
HHC stands for hexahydrocannabinol, which is a hydrogenated form of THC.

It’s obtained in a similar process that margarine manufacturers use to harden vegetable oils using a process known as hydrogenation, or adding hydrogen atoms to the chemical structure to make it stable.

HHC is found naturally in hemp but only in trace amounts. To extract a usable concentration, a complex process is performed to add hydrogen atoms to THC by using a catalyst.

HHC will induce feelings of euphoria, alter your visual and auditory perception and boost your appetite like THC. Some HHC users put HHC somewhere between delta 8 THC and delta 9 THC, describing them as more relaxing than stimulating.

What is HHC good for?
HHC is sometimes used to help with pain relief, inflammation, and anxiety. Some people also use it to improve their sleep. While HHC is not as well-known as THC, it may offer some similar benefits.

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