WHAT IS HHC?
HHC, or Hexahydrocannabinol, is a minor cannabinoid found in cannabis plants. It's not as well-known as Delta 9 THC, but it's quickly gaining recognition. HHC doesn't come with the same psychoactive punch as other cannabinoids, making it a popular choice for those seeking therapeutic benefits without the "high."
History of HHC
Contrary to popular belief, HHC isn't a novel hemp-derived cannabinoid. Its roots can be traced back to 1944, when it was first discovered by renowned American chemist Roger Adams. The groundbreaking process entailed the addition of hydrogen molecules to Delta 9 THC, sourced from a highly potent strain of Cannabis sativa. This procedure, known as hydrogenation, saturates the chemical structure with hydrogen. As a result, THC in cannabis oil morphs into HHC, thereby creating a cannabinoid analogue with numerous potential applications.
Benefits of HHC?
Despite the structural differences, HHC and THC exhibit similar behavior. Both being hemp-derived cannabinoids, HHC typically presents effects that fall somewhere between those associated with Delta 8 THC and Delta 9 THC. Users often experience a heightened sense of energy and euphoria compared to Delta 8 THC, coupled with a lesser degree of paranoia than Delta 9 THC.
Many HHC users have reported the following potential benefits:
- Chronic pain management
- Inflammation reduction
- Enhanced, more restorative sleep
- Anxiety relief (Although, it can potentially escalate anxiety in some people)
Although HHC and THC share similarities, they exhibit enough differences to justify their unique classifications and product offerings. Users generally report HHC as more potent than Delta 8 THC but less intense than Delta 9 THC, making it a comfortable middle ground for those seeking more than Delta 8 THC but less than cannabis.
Is HHC Legal?
Like Delta-8, HHC is derived from hemp, making it federally legal under the 2018 Farm Bill. However, it may not be accessible in all states due to varying hemp-related laws. While no laws explicitly prohibit HHC sales and production, states banning Delta 8 THC may also prohibit HHC. In other states, locating HHC products should be relatively straightforward. As laws governing cannabis and hemp industries can change abruptly, it's advisable to familiarize yourself with the current regulations for HHC, Delta 8 THC, and other cannabinoid products in your state before making a purchase. Fortunately, if you encounter difficulties sourcing HHC products locally, you can access the highest-quality HHC and Delta 8 THC offerings online at, Zero Point Extraction.
At ZPE, we take the quality and safety of our hemp-derived products seriously. As part of our commitment to delivering high-quality products to our customers, we ensure that our products are tested by an independent, accredited lab for potency and purity.
We understand that transparency is important and that's why we make the results of these lab tests available online for everyone to see. Our customers can have confidence in the quality and purity of our products.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Do you provide COA's for your products?
Our products are tested by a third-party lab to ensure quality and guaranteed to be free of pesticides, heavy metals and contaminants. All of our products' certificate of analysis (COA) can be found on the lab results page and in the product description on our website, providing full traceability.
When does my order ship?
All orders are processed as quickly as possible. Orders placed prior to 11 a.m. PST are usually shipped the same business day. Orders are not shipped on weekends or holidays. Delays can happen during peak periods, please do not wait until the last minute to place your order.
How long does it take to receive my order?
Shipping times depend on the delivery method you selected at check out. Most U.S. domestic ground orders are delivered within 3-7 business days after shipping from our warehouse. We ship orders Monday-Friday. Carrier transit times can vary. You can track your order status by clicking on the tracking number that is provided in your order shipment confirmation email.
How do I get in touch with ZPE?
Contact us via email at email@example.com or call (541)639-3843.