In this case, we’re referring to your HHC delivery method, or in other words, how you’ll be consuming HHC. Typically, you can either consume HHC by inhaling it, ingesting it in the form of edibles, or by taking it sublingually with oils.
This is where bioavailability comes in. Each method of consumption has its own bioavailability level. This level refers to how much of the compound gets absorbed by the body. Bioavailability essentially affects how much of the HHC you will feel and how long it takes for the effects to kick in.
In general, oral ingestion has the lowest bioavailability level. This is because HHC must first pass through the digestive system before reaching your bloodstream. This process may take some time before you start feeling the effects of HHC.
So if you take an HHC gummy and don’t notice any effects right away, make sure to give it some time before you reach for another one. You don’t want to overdo it and have it hit you all at once.
Meanwhile, inhalation has the highest bioavailability level and is the easiest way to control your HHC intake.
The most popular inhalation method for taking HHC is through vaping. HHC vapes allow for high levels of HHC to enter your bloodstream, so you will feel the effects almost instantly. Start by taking one or two puffs from your HHC vape, wait a bit to feel the effects (you won’t be waiting for long), and then take a few more as you see fit.
By being aware of bioavailability, you can adjust your HHC dosage depending on the chosen consumption method.