Our hemp-derived HHC Distillate is potent and has no THC in it at all.
HHC Distillate is the whole package! It’s more psychoactive than Delta-8 (its effects lean more towards Delta-9) but shares many benefits of CBD. When stored in a cool, dark location, HHC has a longer storage life than most other cannabinoids.
HHC Distillate is more viscous than Delta-8, but it is more stable and can withstand hotter temperatures!
What it does:
- Uplifts mood
- Promotes deep relaxation
- Alleviates physical discomfort and nausea
- Supports healthy inflammation response to injuries
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$49.95 – $679.95
Love the product, have to heat it up to work with it but thats easy enough, otherwise no complaints
Really good product
Thick like stubborn honey at room temp, apply a little heat and HHC Distillate runs like nectar. Potent and surreal effects.
Good shit came in timely manner and got what I paid for.
I like this for refilling. It doesn’t taste great but it works. It’s easy to handle if you put some dabs in the fridge. I think I cough less without the terps
Great quality and working effects! Denex has earned my respect and will continue to shop here.
Mixed with some CDT and tossed in some cartridges. Very happy with the result.
A little harsh but very relaxing 😌
WHAT IS HHC DISTILLATE?
HHC Distillate is all about quality. It is sourced from hemp plants. It has a longer shelf-life because it is chemically more stable than most other cannabinoids. Additionally, it can withstand higher temperatures. HHC Distillate has a thicker consistency and is more potent than Delta-8 distillate. Despite its effects being similar to Delta-9 THC, HHC contains no traces of the THC.
WHAT IS HHC?
HHC (Hexahydrocannabinol) is a cannabinoid in trace quantities in hemp plants. It is a hydrogenated form of THC. It was discovered in 1947 when American chemist Roger Adams successfully produced HHC from Delta-9 THC extracted from the cannabis plant. Since then, HHC has increasingly gained attention, and chemists have been attempting to safely synthesize HHC. HHC is closely related to Delta-8. It is formed when hydrogen molecules are added to Delta-9 THC through a process known as hydrogenation. This means that it must be created in a laboratory by suitably qualified chemists before it can be used in products or scientific research.
HHC has a greater viscosity than Delta-8 and a longer shelf life than Delta-8, Delta-9, Delta-10, and a number of other cannabinoids. One distinguishing factor is that HHC is resistant to heat degradation, preserving the product’s integrity and protecting it from thermo-oxidative breakdown.
Although HHC contains no THC, it is said to provide some, if not all, of the benefits of CBD while also providing psychoactive and stimulating effects similar to Delta-9 THC. On the potency scale, HHC falls between Delta-8 and Delta-9. Many people have reported that it helps with pain management while providing a high comparable to Delta-9. It binds to cannabinoid receptors already present in the human body, that are thought to be responsible for the euphoric properties of cannabis.
HHC works by binding to cannabinoid receptors already present in our bodies, as do other cannabinoids such as CBD, CBG, and CBN. This may explain why HHC has many of the same benefits as CBD. What is the distinction when there are so many similarities? CBD has no psychoactive effects, whereas HHC does.
Although there has been little research to date and since there is not much scientific evidence, the benefits that seem to come from HHC are mostly anecdotal. HHC users report that it helps them with:
- Pain relief
- Psychoactive effects
- Mood enhancement
- Reduce inflammation
- Promote better sleep
- Alleviate nausea and vomiting
HHC, like other recently discovered cannabinoids, lacks research on its safety and side effects. Much of the available information on its safety profile is speculative. To date, preliminary research indicates that the risk and safety profile of HHC is comparable to that of THC, with similar adverse reactions reported by users who consumed high doses of THC.
If you consume excessive amounts of HHC, you may experience:
- Dry mouth (Cottonmouth)
- Red eyes
- Increased appetite
Yes. HHC causes intoxication, although not to the same extent as the delta-9 THC. HHC users report similar effects to THC, including euphoria, altered auditory and visual perception, and cognitive changes. In terms of relaxation, you can expect effects closer to those of delta-8-THC. Others, however, claim to experience increased energy and mental clarity.
There is no conclusive evidence that HHC influences the results of drug tests. Despite this, there are claims that HHC will not result in a positive drug test. Drug tests are devised to detect any levels of THC present in a person’s body, regardless of the type of THC. Since HHC is still a THC derivative, those who need to pass a drug test should just avoid using this product.