What is HHC-O?
HHC-O is a new Hemp-derived cannabinoid that is extracted from Hemp using a clean manufacturing process. HHC-O is a hydrogenated compound that binds to different receptors than regular Hemp cannabinoids such as Delta-8. A perk of hydrogenation is that it gives stability at the molecular level. HHC-O is thought to digest in the body the same way as Delta 9 THC. It is said that HHC-O is more potent than Delta-8 and Delta-10. Lastly, HHC-O also has properties that allow it be easier and more efficiently absorbed by the body.
What are the effects of HHC-O?
HHC-O is one of the newest cannabinoids to date as a result there are no definite studies of the long-term effects of HHC-O. However, while using HHC-O, consumers have experience the following: Relaxed, Strong Buzz, Strong Head Buzz and a Strong Body Buzz.
What is the difference between HHC & HHC-o?
Mostly HHC-O is an upgrade from HHC, and applying acetic anhydride to the compound increases the potency of the cannabinoid by a factor of about 1.5 times, similar to how THC-O is made from THC.
The potency of the product is an important factor you need to consider when deciding between HHC or HHC-O. Based on your experience and tolerance with similar products and the results you want, you need to understand the difference in potency between the two. Alternatively one can start with a low concentration HHC-O product.
HHC-O is a very new cannabinoid and not enough research has been done to study its effects on the organism. When the popularity begins in 2021, the statistics of users show that the effect of HHC-O is similar to that of HHC, just lasts longer and is more intense, and it is relatively more relaxing than THC. Some users say that HHC-O is easier to control than THC when it starts to kicking-in.
According to different users and different situations, the side effects HHC-O are similar to HHC and THC, mainly the following symptoms:
Anxiety, Dizziness, Dry mouth, Increased appetite, Insomnia, Paranoia, Rapid heart rate, Red eyes.
Like HHC, HHC-O is a relatively new cannabinoid. There are no studies on the safety of cannabinoids, but there are no reports of anyone suffering any harmful effects from consuming HHC-O products.
Therefore, we cannot say whether there are any safety concerns with this compound. According to user reports, it may have potential recreational and medical benefits. However, dosage must be controlled to avoid unpleasant side effects.
Does HHC-O show up on a drug test?
Some of HHC’s appeal stems from evidence that it can evade drug testing. This is so appealing to some users that HHC fails to detect it on the 12-group drug test.
Because other THC substitutes, such as delta 8 and delta 10 THC, will show up in urine or blood tests for THC if ingested in sufficient amounts.