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What is HHC-O? Synthetics and cannabinoid acetylation

The definition of synthetic cannabinoids means one of two things. First, synthetic cannabinoids are compounds that do not exist in nature and must be made in a laboratory, like HHC-O. Also synthetic can be a cannabinoid that does exist in nature, but in such minimal amounts that to produce enough for use in consumer products, it must still be synthesized in a laboratory.

HHC-O belongs to the first category and HHC to the second. In hemp plants, HHC is found in trace amounts in pollen. HHC-O is the acetate version of HHC. This is produced by a process known as LTA decarboxylation. To understand what this means, let’s back up a bit. We all know about delta 9 THC, the main psychoactive compound in the plant. Delta 9 THC is the result of light/heat induced THCA (tetrahydrocannabinolic acid) decarboxylation. Similarly, THC-O is the result of delta 9 THC decarboxylation, however, it is done using a completely different method: LTA decarboxylation.

LTA decarboxylation uses a very toxic compound known as lead tetraacetate which promotes oxidation and causes oxidative decarboxylation to form the acetate ester. Acetate ester does not occur naturally and can only be produced using some kind of chemical catalyst. As such, HHC-O-Acetate is a synthetic analog of HHC. While it is gaining popularity especially in vape products, it is important to know that it is NOT a naturally occurring compound in cannabis, it is completely synthetic from all points of view.

All this does not mean that synthetics are inherently bad. If they are safe and produced by a seasoned professional, they can be fun and certainly have a place in both medical and recreational settings. But you certainly won’t get the same high or experience with these products as you would with the real thing. If you know what to expect, you won’t be disappointed.

What about the new HHC-O cartridges?

For now, few vendors still sell HHC-O. HHC-O is “up to 1.5 times stronger than HHC” and “has a very low viscosity, making it almost liquid at room temperature, creating an amazing vaping experience.”

HHC-O is often described as feeling similar to delta 9 THC, with a “sativa” effect. Our regular users have found this to be a slightly lighter version of delta 9, but these are regular cannabis users with a very high tolerance, so your experience may vary. Given the performance of HHC-O, coupled with vendor claims that the acetate version is 1.5x stronger, it is reasonable to assume how HHC-O may affect them,

All that being said, as we always like to offer all the latest products at the best possible prices, we have several deals on HHC-O vaporizers available in our shop. If you are interested in trying this compound for yourself, we invite you to purchase.


Everything about HHC-O FAQ

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 cannabis cannabinoids such as Delta-8. The advantage of hydrogenation is that it provides stability at the molecular level. HHC-O is believed to digest the body in the same way as Delta 9 THC. HHC-O is said to be more potent than Delta-8 and Delta-10. Finally, HHC-O also has properties that allow it to be absorbed more easily and efficiently by the body.

What are the effects of HHC-O?

HHC-O is one of the newest cannabinoids to date as there is no conclusive research on the long-term effects of HHC-O. However, when using HHC-O, consumers experience the following effects: Relaxed, Strong Noise, Strong Head Noise, and Strong Body Noise.

What is Delta 9-THC?

Delta 9-THC or Delta 9-Tetrahydrocannabinol is the traditional version of THC and is the active ingredient in the marijuana plant. This cannabinoid is responsible for the psychoactive effects felt after consuming a marijuana product and is currently illegal federally and illegal in most states.

What is the difference in HHC and Delta 9-THC?

The main difference between HHC-O and Delta 9-THC is federal and state legality. HHC-O is fully federally legal and legal in 41 states, while Delta 9-THC is federally illegal and illegal in most states. Both HHC and Delta 9-THC produce euphoric psychoactive effects in users and carry a wide range of medical and recreational benefits.

What makes HHC-O a better form of THC?

HHC-O is superior to the traditional and illegal Delta 9-THC because it has basically all the benefits and effects of Delta 9-THC, but is completely legal.

What is the difference between CBD and HHC-O?

The difference between CBD (cannabidiol) and HHC-O is that CBD does not have the psychoactive effects that HHC-O has. CBD can be used for many health reasons, but it will never give the consumer the psychoactive effects that HHC-O and Delta 9 would provide. HHC-O carries most if not all of CBD’s benefits, but also introduces a “high” feeling of euphoria that can be extremely beneficial for many users.

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HHC-P Everything you need to know

The world of cannabinoids is still evolving. First it was delta products, then THC based products and now we have HHC based products. With cannabis technology advancing at such a rapid pace, now is the perfect time to become a dedicated cannabis enthusiast. Especially after the introduction of hexahydrocannabiforol (HHC-P). If this cannabinoid sounds like a cross between HHC (hexahydrocannabinol) and tetrahydrocannabiphorol (THC-P), then in a way it is.

We are still learning about the HHC-P products, but we already have a good idea of their basic characteristics and what types of cannabis users will enjoy them the most and use them to their full potential.

Again, HHC-P is something like THC-P HHC – now if that confuses you, we don’t blame you. THC-P is a naturally occurring cannabinoid found in cannabis, first discovered in 2019. What makes THC-P so impressive is its ability to bind to CB1 receptors in the brain 31 times more than delta 9 THC , giving it a high that some say is about 10 times more potent than the more traditional THC compound. THC-P gets its increased potency from the extra 7 carbon atoms in the side chain on a molecular scale.

HHC-P is actually the hydrogenated form of THC-P. This means that it is partly made of hydrogen, is extremely chemically stable, and yet can still provide the same properties as THC-P. Those familiar with HHC will understand the analogous relationship between HHC-P and THC-P, and HHC and delta 9 THC.

HHC-P does not occur naturally in cannabis, although HHC and THC-P do occur. Hexahydrocannabiphorol is produced through an isomerization process, which is how we get most of our hemp products today, including delta 8, THC-P and HHC. Isomerization is a way to reconfigure cannabidiol (CBD) molecules to convert the cannabinoid into a new one – in this case, HHC-P.

Are all cannabinoids isomers of each other? How? Because they are all derived from cannabigerol (CBG), the initial cannabinoid that appears in cannabis before it breaks down into over a hundred individual cannabinoids as the plant matures. Translation: All cannabinoids have the same molecules and therefore their arrangement converts them into different cannabinoids. CBD is used to make HHC-P products because it is abundantly available in the plant, making the process highly cost-effective.

Yes, hexahydrocannabiforol is a synthetic cannabinoid that was created in a laboratory by a professional scientist. HHC-P does not occur in nature and must be synthesized in the laboratory. You can understand why it is also so important to have a true understanding of the third party labs required in our industry to measure the content of this HHC-P product you receive.

Hexahydrocannabiphorol (HHC-P) is a psychoactive cannabinoid, and that’s for sure. This doesn’t sound like a broken record, but consider how HHC-P has so much in common with HHC and THC-P. HHC is considered as psychoactive as delta 9 THC, if not a little milder. THC-P, which mimics HHC-P very closely, is, as we said, potentially 10 times more intoxicating than delta 9.

So while we don’t yet know the details of the HHC-P high because the cannabinoid is so new, it’s safe to say that this is another potent cannabinoid that beginners should be able to handle.

When it comes to the nature of the high, we don’t have many references to draw from. But many describe it as highly euphoric – which makes sense given its similarity to tetrahydrocannabiphorol (HHC-P). And that’s about all we know so far, although that’s a lot for many users, as a huge burst of euphoria along with a much stronger than typical THC high is what many of today’s users are looking for.

Again, this is where the novelty hexahydrocannabiforol fails us. HHC-P is such a new addition to the market that there are no clinical studies on its properties. Ultimately, it is a cannabinoid that acts on CB1 receptors much more often than delta 9 THC. Basically, its general effects on the nervous system where the endocannabinoid system’s CB1 receptors are located are likely to be quite strong.

This can have positive implications in terms of physical discomfort, appetite, nausea, mood, sleep, and cognitive effects. We hope to learn more over time.

Various types of HHC-P products are currently on the market and Canapharm is at the forefront in Europe as we prepare to launch HHC-P products to give users the opportunity to experience the impressive potential of this cannabinoid. Of course, you can count on lab-tested organic hexahydrocannabiphorol distillate combined with fresh, pure ingredients, because that’s what Canapharm has built its reputation on.


Hexahydrocannabiphorol is the newest cannabinoid to enter the legal cannabis scene and promises a high dose of intoxicating potency. Luckily, if you’re willing to give it a try, you’ll be able to do so in no time as Canapharm will be launching HHC-P products soon, including our signature lab-tested vaporizers.

Remember that while using hexahydrocannabiphorol (HHC-P), avoid driving, operating heavy machinery or equipment, or performing any serious task that requires a lot of attention. Also check with your doctor before trying HHC-P, especially if you are taking any medications (prescription or over-the-counter). Your doctor has access to your medical records and can therefore properly determine whether HHC-P should be part of your treatment regimen.


What is HHC-O?

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.

Side Effects

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.


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What is HHC ?

HHC was first created in 1944 by the American chemist Roger Adams, when he added hydrogen molecules to Delta-9 THC. This process, known as hydrogenation, converts THC to hexahydrocannabinol (HHC).

What is THC ?

THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol, is the chemical responsible for most of marijuana’s psychological effects. It acts much like the cannabinoid chemicals made naturally by the body.

Cannabinoid receptors are concentrated in certain areas of the brain associated with thinking, memory, pleasure, coordination and time perception.

What is CBD ?

CBD is a chemical found in marijuana. CBD doesn’t contain tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive ingredient found in marijuana that produces a high. The usual CBD formulation is oil, but CBD is also sold as an extract, a vaporized liquid and an oil-based capsule. Food, drinks and beauty products are among the many CBD-infused products available online.

What is CBG ?

(CBG) is a type of cannabinoid obtained from the cannabis plant. It’s often referred to as the mother of all cannabinoids. This is because other cannabinoids are derived from cannabigerolic acid (CBGA), an acidic form of CBG.

What are the differences ?

There is a lack of consensus around HHC’s potency. The complication arises, in part, from the fact that when the cannabinoid is manufactured, the end result is a mixture of two different kinds of HHC molecules:  9R HHC actively binds to the body’s natural endocannabinoid receptors, while 9S HHC, because of its slightly different molecular structure, doesn’t do so nearly as well.

“The one that fits [into the receptors] produces similar effects” as delta-8 THC, but takes a much higher amount to do so, said Richard Sams of KCA Laboratories. “With a sufficient dose, THC-like effects can be observed.”

In other words, HHC can have THC-like effects on the body and mind, but HHC is less potent

While CBD is a prescription cannabidiol (CBD) oil is considered an effective anti-seizure medication. However, further research is needed to determine CBD’s other benefits and safety.

CBD doesn’t contain tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive ingredient found in marijuana that produces a high.

CBG is found in smaller quantities than other cannabinoids in cannabis plants. In most strains of the plant, only 1% of CBG can be found compared to 20 to 25% of CBD or 25 to 30% of THC.

CBG works by binding CB1 and CB2 body receptors where it’s thought to strengthen the function of anandamide, a neurotransmitter that plays a role in enhancing pleasure and motivation, regulating appetite and sleep, and alleviating pain. Unlike THC, CBG has no psychotropic effects, so it will not give you a high.