HCC Distillate is a highly concentrated form of full-spectrum hemp extract made from organic hemp plant grown in the USA. Vivimu™ refines industrial hemp into a highly concentrated and potent form of cannabidiol (CBD) extract using a proprietary process called, cold-distillation. This unique refining process maintains the healthy, beneficial cannabinoids, terpenes, and other compounds found in the hemp plant. The end result is an exceptionally strong, full spectrum concentrate that’s far superior to weaker broad spectrum alternatives. Made from USA Farm-grown Organic Hemp Extract Highest Quality in the Industry. No GMOs, No Fillers, No Pollutants Thousands of Happy Customer Reviews Laboratory Tested for Quality, Purity & Label Integrity Super Fast Delivery: Next Day or 2 Days *Vivimu's HCC distillate will produce a psychoactive effect. Please use this product in moderation. PRODUCT INGREDIENTS Total cannabinoid content: See the laboratory COA tab. Delta 9 content: Below 0.3% THC Ingredients: Hexahydracannabinol IMPORTANT PRODUCT NOTES Do not drive a motor vehicle or operate machinery prior to or shortly after consuming this product. Do not use if pregnant, nursing, or if diagnosed with a respiratory health challenge or heart condition. You must be 21 years of age or older to purchase or use this product.
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Delta 8 THC (Clear) Distillate
Delta 8 THC (Clear) Distillate contains only two ingredients: purified delta 8 THC and natural cannabis terpenes. A distillate is simply an extract created through the process of distillation. Distillates are one of the most potent concentrate forms available. During the distillation process, all terpenes, fats, lipids, and sometimes other cannabinoids have been removed. How To Use Can be used to make edibles, topical rubs, and other cannabis products. It can also be vaporized or smoked. It can be mixed with food or drinks. The effects are strong and long-lasting. Delta 8 THC (Clear) Distillate Product Ingredients Total Cannabinoid Content: See COA tab. Delta 9 Content: Below 0.3% THC Primary Ingredient: Delta 8 THC Important Product Notes If you are expecting or nursing, avoid using this product. If you have a heart ailment, high blood pressure, pressure in your eyes, or any other related health conditions, do not use this product. Consuming hemp products may increase the likelihood of failing a drug test for employment. If you must pass a drug test, avoid using this product. Some people may experience a psychotropic or intoxicated impact from this product. While use this product, avoid operating any machinery or a vehicle. Before using this product, speak with your doctor. To view our list of all laboratory test results and Certificates of Analysis (COAs), click here. Top Benefits of Taking Delta 8 THC (Clear) Distillate: Delta 8 THC (Clear) Distillate has several advantages over traditional Delta 9 THC. One of the biggest differences is the availability. Delta 8 THC is legal according to the 2018 Farm Bill. As long as Delta 8 THC distillate is hemp derived and has 0.3% Delta 9 THC or less then it is legal. Whereas hemp derived Delta 9 THC is legal in up to 0.3% concentration. Otherwise you would have to be in a state where cannabis is legal medicinally or recreationally. Delta 8 can also be in place of Delta 9 THC because of its lower psychoactivity when compared. Why Shop Vivimu®? Vivimu continues to stand out as having the best hemp-derived CBD. CBN, CBG and delta-family of products in the industry. Vivimu products are independent laboratory tested for quality, purity, and label integrity. Delta 8 THC (Clear) Distillate - Frequently Asked Questions: What is Delta 8 THC (Clear) Distillate? A distillate is an extract that has been created through the process of distillation. Delta 8 THC (clear) distillate is a high viscosity distillate that contains high levels of Delta 8 THC and other minor cannabinoids depending on the process of distillation. Distillates are one of the most potent concentrate forms available. During the distillation process, all terpenes, fats, lipids, and sometimes other cannabinoids have been removed. Is Delta 8 THC (Clear) Distillate federally Legal? Our Delta 8 gummies are 100% legal, because we follow the guidelines of the 2018 Farm Bill from the Department of Agriculture. That act defines hemp as: “All derivatives, extracts, cannabinoids, isomers, acids, salts, and salts of isomers, whether growing or not, with a Delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration of not more than 0.3 percent.” In short, as long as Delta 8 is hemp derived and has less than 0.3% Delta 9 THC in its lab results then the distillate is considered to be legal. These regulations change on a regular basis, so we do recommend checking with your states current guidelines before purchase. How safe is Delta 8 THC (Clear) Distillate? Delta 8 THC (Clear) Distillate is a naturally occurring cannabinoid like Delta 9 THC. The biggest difference when it comes to comparing their natural occurrence is that Delta 9 THC is way more available than Delta 8 THC. This is why we strongly recommend buying Delta 8 THC with lab results. That way you have confirmation that the Delta 8 THC was safely produced. Can you eat Delta 8 THC (Clear) Distillate? Yes, you can totally eat Delta 8 (clear) distillate. It does not have the best taste though, we recommend combining it with an edible item that has a higher fast content. Some of these higher fat content items include peanut butter, a baked good, or infusing it with something you are creating that has oil or butter in it. Does Delta 8 THC (Clear) Distillate dissolve in water? Unfortunately Delta 8 (clear) distillate does not dissolve in water. There are products available that contain Delta 8 THC that is water soluble, but it is not Delta 8 distillate. DoesDelta 8 THC (Clear) Distillate last a long time? The length of effective time can last a long time, it depends on some circumstances though. The first is how often does the consumer use Delta 8 THC. The length of effective time can be shortened by the frequency of use. Consumers have reported that they build a tolerance to it with daily use. What is the best way to use Delta 8 THC (Clear) Distillate? Delta 8 Distillate is very solid at room temperature and not easy to work with. If you received it in a syringe that can make it even harder to work with. We recommend a hot water bath to soften the distillate so it can be workable. Other consumers use an alternative heat like a hair dryer or candle warmer to get the distillate to a workable state. What color does Delta 8 THC (Clear) Distillate have to be? Most Delta 8 available comes in clear or amber colors. Delta 8 Distillate can also oxidize and change color over time. Consumers have reported hues of pink and purple in the distillate once oxidation starts to occur. Oxidation occurs when the Delta 8 THC distillate is exposed to oxygen and heat. Is Delta 8 THC (Clear) Distillate safe to smoke? Lab tested Delta 8 THC (clear) distillate 100% safe to smoke on its own. Consumers have said that vaporizing the distillate without terpenes can be a little harsh on the throat. Most consumers infuse their own Delta 8 distillate or purchase distillate that has already been infused with terpenes. Can Delta 8 THC (Clear) Distillate always be clear? Delta 8 distillate is not always clear. Sometimes it can have a pinkish hue due to oxidation and some distillates are even an amber color. The most important thing to look at before purchasing Delta 8 THC distillate is to verify that the source has lab results to go with it. Is Delta 8 THC (Clear) Distillate possible to put in a cartridge? It is completely possible as well as easy to put Delta 8 THC (clear) distillate into a cartridge. The first thing that you have to do with Delta 8 distillate is to get it to a state that it is workable. Most Delta 8 distillate has a high viscosity that requires a form of heat to lower the viscosity enough to fill it into a cartridge. Some people have the distillate in a sealed container and use a hot water bath. Others use a blow dryer or candle warmer to lower the viscosity of the distillate. Once the distillate is at the right temperature, the distillate is drawn into a warmed syringe, which then quickly transfers it inside a cartridge. What is full-spectrum Delta 8 THC (Clear) Distillate? Delta 8 THC (clear) distillate has an extremely high concentration of Delta 8 THC in it. It is almost at such a high concentration that it is almost considered an isolate. Full spectrum Delta 8 contains a spectrum of cannabinoids that are often not seen in regular Delta 8 distillate. Some of these cannabinoids may include CBD, CBG, CBN and more. How much Delta 8 THC (Clear) Distillate should I use? Dosing Delta 8 THC is not something that can easily be set for every person. Each individual has an endocannabinoid system that works differently. Some people simply have a higher or lower tolerance than others. Most people find 20mg to be a good starting point and working their way up and down from there. Why Vivimu is the Best Option to Buy Delta 8 THC (Clear) Distillate? Vivimu continues to stand out with having some of the best products in the industry. All of our products are lab tested and have been loved by consumers and retailers alike.
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Terpenes - Cannabis Derived | 1 ml
Cannabis Derived Terpenes Vivimu's Cannabis Derived Terpenes are made for mixing with cannabinoid distillates to add a rich flavor to your dabbing experience. This product can be added manually by injecting the syringe into your distillate. Make sure to mix it before adding it to your dab tool. PRODUCT INGREDIENTS: Amount: 1 ml Delta 9 Content: Below 0.3% THC, see COA tab. Ingredients: Terpene Flavors: 10 variations DIRECTIONS NOTE: WHILE USING THIS PRODUCT, DO NOT DRIVE OR OPERATE ANY MACHINERY. Before using this product, seek medical advice. Use with caution if you are nursing, pregnant, or have any other medical issues, whether known or unknown. To use or purchase, you must be at least 21 years old. To buy or use, it must be allowed in your state or region. IMPORTANT PRODUCT NOTES A DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION IS REQUIRED BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT IN ANY WAY. In certain persons, this product may have an impact on their heart rate, blood pressure, or intraocular pressure. Use this product only on a doctor's advice if you have any heart, blood pressure, eye pressure, or associated conditions, whether known or unknown. Your chances of failing a drug test increase if you consume hemp product(s). If you have to pass a drug test, avoid using this product. For certain folks, this product can be intoxicating. When using this product, do not drive or operate any machinery. Before using this product, seek medical advice. Terpenes are compounds that are found in many plants. They are commonly associated with hemp plants since they have a high concentration of terpenes. Terpenes can also be found in Pine, Lavender, and even orange peels. Even though most terpenes occur in trace amounts, some of the stronger terpenes tend to blend together and create a terpene profile that is associated with certain items. For example, Sunset Sherbet would smell completely different than Runtz even though they are both hemp strains. The terpenes in a hemp plant are found in the trichomes. Trichomes are minuscule resinous pods that cover the exterior of the plant. Terpenes can act as a natural deterrent to predators since the odor can be considered off putting to certain species. Benefits of Terpenes Scientists have even noted that terpenes could have a role in the entourage effect of cannabinoids. Scientists combined terpenes with cannabinoids and realized that the effects of pain relief were amplified with no additional side effects. Types of Extraction: Steam Distilled Steam distillation, also known as vacuum steam distillation, is one of the most popular methods of terpene extraction. This method of extraction involves heating water to the point of steaming, once the water is steaming the steam is then pumped into a still where there is plant material. The process causes the sacs on the plant material to rupture, after that the essential oils are taken away with the steam to a separate chamber for cooling. In the cooling chamber, the essential oils (terpenes) are separated from the water. Co2 Extraction CO2 extraction sounds like a polar opposite. As opposed to steam, plant matter is exposed to CO2 solvents to extract the essential oils (terpenes). Cannabis Derived Terpenes Strains offered: Animal Mints - Animal Mints is an Indica dominant hybrid strain. It was created through the crossing of Animal Cookies and Sinmint Cookies. Biscotti - Biscotti is an Indica dominant hybrid strain. It’s lineage created through crossing of Gelato #25 and South Florida OG or Gelato #25 crossed with South Florida OG and Girl Scout cookies depending on source. Dogwalker - Dogwalker is considered to be a 50/50 hybrid or Indica dominant hybrid strain depending on source. It was created through the crossing of Albert Walker OG and Chemdawg 91. Dosilatto - Dosilatto is an Indica dominant hybrid strain. It is created through crossing Do-Si-Dos and Gelato #41. Flavor Crystals- Flavor Crystals is an indica dominant hybrid strain. It is created through crossing Grape Pie and Legend Orange Apricot. Marshmallow OG - Marshmallow OG is an indica dominant hybrid strain. It is created through crossing Chemdawg D and Triangle Kush and Jet Fuel Gelato. Purple Platinum Punch- Purple Platinum Punch is an indica dominant hybrid strain. It is created through crossing Granddaddy Purple and Larry OG. Runtz- Runtz is a 50/50 hybrid. It is created through crossing Zkittlez X Gelato. SFV OG (San Fernando Valley OG) - SFV OG is a sativa-dominant hybrid. It is created through crossing SFV OG Kush and Afghani #1. This is a completely different strain than SFV OG Kush, which is an indica dominant hybrid. Sunset Sherbert - Sunset Sherbet is an indica dominant hybrid strain. It is created through crossing Girl Scout Cookies with Pink Panties. What are Cannabis Derived Terpenes? Terpenes are the aromatic compounds found in many plants, including hemp. They are responsible for the distinct scents and flavors of different strains of marijuana, and have been found to have a variety of potential therapeutic benefits. Recent research has shown that terpenes may have anti-inflammatory, pain-relieving, and even anti-tumor properties. They may also interact with the body's endocannabinoid system, which plays a role in regulating a wide range of physiological processes, including mood, appetite, and pain perception. Some of the most common terpenes found in hemp include myrcene, limonene, and linalool. Myrcene, for example, is known for its relaxing and sedative effects, while limonene is said to have a more uplifting and energizing effect. Linalool, on the other hand, is known for its ability to reduce anxiety and promote relaxation. The differences between Cannabis-derived and Non-Cannabis-derived Terpenes? One of the main differences between cannabis-derived and hemp-derived terpenes is the concentration of the compounds. Cannabis plants tend to have higher concentrations of terpenes than hemp plants, which means that cannabis-derived terpenes are generally more potent and have a stronger aroma and flavor. This is one of the reasons why cannabis strains are often more sought-after by those looking for a specific aroma or flavor profile. Another difference between the two types of terpenes is the types of compounds found in each. Although both cannabis and hemp contain a wide variety of terpenes, the specific types of terpenes found in each plant can vary. For example, the terpene myrcene is found in high concentrations in some cannabis strains, but is less common in hemp. On the other hand, the terpene beta-caryophyllene is found in high concentrations in some hemp strains, but is less common in cannabis. Why Vivimu is your best choice for buying Cannabis Derived Terpenes? Vivimu provides some of the best terpenes on the market, with the highest quality on the market. Get your terpenes here! Different Strains of Cannabis Derived Terpenes Different strains of cannabis contain different levels of terpenes, which can affect the aroma and potential effects of the plant. Some common strains of terpenes found in cannabis include: Myrcene: known for its musky, earthy aroma and sedative effects, often found in indica strains Limonene: known for its citrus aroma and potential mood-lifting effects, often found in sativa strains Pinene: known for its piney aroma and potential effects on focus and memory, often found in both indica and sativa strains Linalool: known for its floral aroma and potential calming effects, often found in hybrid strains. It is important to note that the effects of terpenes are not well understood and more research is needed in this field. It is also possible that the effects of terpenes may be enhanced or altered when combined with other compounds found in cannabis, such as cannabinoids like THC and CBD. Cannabis Derived Terpenes - Frequently Asked Questions Do Cannabis Derived Terpenes make you high? Terpenes are compounds found in many plants, including cannabis, that are responsible for their unique aromas. While terpenes are known to have therapeutic properties, they do not typically produce a "high" on their own. The compound responsible for the psychoactive effects of cannabis is tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). However, terpenes can interact with THC and other cannabinoids to enhance or modify the effects of the plant. Some terpenes may also have similar effects to THC, by binding to cannabinoid receptors in the brain, but this is still under research. Are Cannabis Derived Terpenes Legal? In the United States, the legality of terpenes depends on their source. If they are derived from hemp, they are legal as hemp is legal. However, if they are derived from marijuana, they are illegal under federal law because marijuana is still a Schedule I controlled substance. However, some states have legalized medical or recreational marijuana use and so the terpenes derived from marijuana may be legal in those states. It's important to note that laws and regulations regarding terpenes are constantly evolving, and it is recommended to check your local laws and regulations before purchasing or using terpenes. What is the age limit for using Cannabis Derived Terpenes? The age limit for using cannabis-derived terpenes varies depending on the laws of the specific state or country where they are being used. In the United States, cannabis and its derivatives, including terpenes, are still illegal under federal law as marijuana is a Schedule I controlled substance. However, some states have legalized medical or recreational use of marijuana, and have set their own age limits for cannabis use. In states where marijuana is legal for recreational use, the age limit is usually 21 years old, the same as the legal drinking age. This means that individuals who are 21 years or older are legally allowed to purchase and use cannabis-derived terpenes. In states where marijuana is legal for medical use, the age limit may be lower, typically 18 years old, with a doctor's recommendation. What do Cannabis Derived Terpenes do? It's important to note that the effects of terpenes on the body can vary depending on the specific terpene, the dosage, and the individual. Also, the research on the effects of terpenes on the body is still in its early stages and more research is needed to fully understand their effects. How do Cannabis Derived Terpenes compared to THC and CBD? Cannabis-derived terpenes, THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol) are all compounds found in the cannabis plant and they have different effects on the body. Terpenes are the compounds responsible for the unique smells and flavors of different strains of cannabis. They are known to have a wide range of effects on the body, such as modulation of neurotransmitters, anti-inflammatory and pain relief, antioxidant properties, antibacterial and antifungal properties, and sedative and relaxing effects. Terpenes also have been found to interact with other compounds found in the plant, like THC and CBD, to enhance or modulate their effects. This is known as the entourage effect. THC is the compound responsible for the psychoactive effects of cannabis. It binds to the CB1 receptors in the brain and alters the release of neurotransmitters. This causes changes in mood, perception, and cognitive function. It also has some medicinal properties such as reducing pain, inflammation, and muscle spasms. CBD, on the other hand, does not produce psychoactive effects and does not bind to CB1 receptors, but it does interact with other receptors in the body such as the CB2 receptors and TRPV1 receptors. It has been found to have a wide range of medicinal properties, including reducing pain, inflammation, seizures, and anxiety. It also may have neuroprotective effects and may help with addiction and withdrawal. In summary, Terpenes are responsible for the unique smells and flavors of different strains of cannabis, and may interact with other compounds found in the plant like THC and CBD to enhance or modulate their effects. THC is the compound responsible for the psychoactive effects of cannabis, while CBD is non-psychoactive and has a wide range of medicinal properties.
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HHCo Acetate Distillate
HHCo Acetate Distillate is a very potent cannabinoid extracted from pure CBD isolate. Hexahydrocannabinol (HHC) is a minor cannabinoid found in the seeds and also the pollen of the hemp plant. It's a hydrogenated form of THC that delivers the same psychoactive effects as delta 9 THC, but contains no THC at all. You’re receiving THC free pure hexahydrocannabinol acetate. HHC is growing in popularity due to the fact that it contains 0% THC. This opens the door to new markets where delta 8 is banned or prohibited. Vivimu HHC-o Acetate falls into a new legal category while being 1.5x stronger than regular HHC. Total cannabinoid content: 96% HHC-O (See COA) Delta 9 content: 0% THC Composition: Hexahydracannabinol How To Use Can be used to make edibles, topical rubs, and other hemp products. It can also be vaporized or smoked. It’s popular among medical hemp users to address a wide range of health challenges. It’s used for vaping and dabbing, as well as for making edibles. Highest Quality CBC Distillate in the Industry Laboratory Tested for Quality, Purity & Label Integrity No GMOs, No Fillers, No Pollutants Thousands of Happy Customer Reviews Super Fast Delivery: Next Day or 2 Days Important Product Notes Before or right after ingesting this product, avoid operating machinery or driving a car. If you have been diagnosed with a heart or respiratory health problem, are pregnant, or are nursing, you should not use this product. To purchase or use this product, you must be 21 years of age or older. More Information HHC otherwise known as the phytocannabinoid Hexahydrocannabinol has been exploding in popularity over the last few months. In 1947 American chemist Roger Adams successfully synthesized HHC using Delta 9 THC from the hemp plant. He was also able to add hydrogen molecules to Delta 9 THC in a process called hydrogenation. HHC has gained so much popularity that chemists have been working on a way to safely synthesize HHCo, also known as Hexahydrocannabinol Acetate. HHCo is similar to HHC in the way the THCo is similar to Delta 8 THCo. Benefits of HHCo Cannabinoid HHCo Acetate Distillate is similar to HHC and other Deltas like Delta 8 THC and Delta 9 THC in the sense that it actually has five carbons in its side chain, this means that HHCo is considered to be psychoactive. Based on research that has been done, the potency of HHCo is in the middle of HHC and Delta 9 THC. It has also been said by customers that HHC feels 1.5 to 2 times stronger than HHC. This cannabinoid may affect you differently than others since everyone’s endocannabinoid systems work differently, which is why we encourage you to dose responsibly. HHCo is considered to be psychoactive, it is not recommended that you drive or operate any type of heavy equipment while under the influence. HHCo shares many similarities to HHC, so some of the effects are the same. HHCo Acetate Distillate - Frequently Asked Questions Can I pass a drug test? Just like its naturally occurring cousin HHC, HHCo will also make you fail a drug test. Depending on your metabolism and endocannabinoid system, this cannabinoid can stay in your system for up to three months. HHCo can be utilized in several different ways. The main method for consuming the distillate is through consumption. Since cannabinoids do not have the best bioavailability, they are often combined with a fat to increase that. Our softgels are filled with MCT oil to aid in bioavailibilty. The other consumption method is done through making a tincture with MCT oil. Vaporization is one of the other main ways that many people use to consume HHCo. Vaporization can be done on the go or at home. You can vape through a vape cartridge, pod, or tank. At home vaporization is done through a process commonly known as dabbing. Dabbing is done by placing the distillate into a heated quartz bowl, known as a banger, that is attached to a water pipe, also known as a dab rig. The water in the glass rig diffuses the smoke so it is smoother for you to inhale through the other end of the rig that isn’t being heated. HHCo is actually more bioavailable when compared to HHC. What this means is that when HHCo is consumed it is more available internally when compared to intaking HHC. HHCo is processed through the liver to create a 11-hydroxy variant, which increases bioavailability even more. What is HHCo Acetate Distillate? HHCo Acetate Distillate is a cannabinoid extracted from CBD isolate that was derived from hemp flower. The process is done in a lab by experts so the distillate is created safely. HHCo is considered to be the Acetate ester form of HHC. HHCo works on the CB1 receptors in your body like Delta 9 THC, THCo and Delta 10 THC. Is HHCo Acetate Distillate legal? HHCo that is hemp derived is 100% because of the 2018 US Farm Bill. That act defines hemp as: “All derivatives, extracts, cannabinoids, isomers, acids, salts, and salts of isomers, whether growing or not, with a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration of not more than 0.3 percent.” These regulations change on a regular basis, so we do recommend checking with your states current guidelines before purchase. HHC is hemp derived and ours is also compliant having less than 0.3% Delta 9 THC. Is HHCo Acetate Distillate safe? Vivimu’s HHCo is made through a safe process in our laboratory. We stand behind our product as well as have 3rd party labs to verify our results in our product. The lab results are available online as well as on a scannable QR code. How is HHCo Acetate Distillate Made? The first step in making our HHCo is creating CBD isolate derived from hemp flower. Once the CBD isolate is extracted/synthesized it is then put through a chemical process to create the cannabinoid HHCo in a laboratory by trained chemists. Is HHCo Acetate Distillate Stronger Than Delta 9 THC? HHCo may be similar in strength or less potent than Delta 9 THC. Every person has an endocannabinoid system that works differently than the person next to them so it is difficult to gauge strength based on experience. For example, if you gave two people a 25mg HHCo softgel, you would get similar, but varying results. Because HHCp is considered hydrogenated it makes the chemical structure much more stable than traditional Delta 9 THC from a molecular level. What is HHCo Acetate Distillate's potency? The potency of HHCo Acetate Distillate is difficult to determine because potency normally relies on someone utilizing the cannabinoid to feel the effects. We are being told from our customers that HHCo feels anywhere from 1.5 to 2 times stronger than HHC. It is worth noting that HHCo is considered more bioavailable than Delta 9 THC. So if you were to do a test of potency based on edibles, HHCo would win. If you vaporized the distillate, there is a strong possibility that the Delta 9 THC may be stronger. Can I pass a drug test after using HHCo Acetate Distillate? From everything we have gathered so we strongly believe you will not pass a drug test if you utilize this cannabinoid. HHCo is the Acetate ester form of HHC, so even though it is not the same thing, it is still an isomer of it. This cannabinoid can also stay in your system for up to 3 months depending on your metabolism. Is HHCo Acetate Distillate a CBD? HHCo is not a form of CBD. They are similar because they are both cannabinoids but work differently in the body. CBD is a naturally occurring phytocannabinoid that is found in hemp plants. HHCo is not found organically, it has to be created in a lab. HHCo is psychoactive whereas CBD is not and has the ability to help lower the effects of a psychoactive cannabinoid like HHC or Delta 8 THC. Can HHCo Acetate Distillate get you high? Since HHCo is the Acetate ester form of HHC, it can get you high. Something to consider when looking at different types of THC from a molecular level is that if it has four carbons or more in its sidechain, the THC can produce psychoactive effects, in other words, it can get you high. Since HHCo has five carbons in its sidechain like Delta 8, 9, and 10 THC do, HHCo does have psychoactive effects and can make you intoxicated.Based on anecdotal evidence, the consensus is that HHC is considered to be 80-90% as potent as Delta 9 THC. What does HHCo Acetate Distillate do to you? The experience of taking HHCo is very similar to taking HHC since HHCo is the Acetate ester form of it. According to some anecdotal reports from our customers, HHCo feels similar to a stronger,longer lasting version of HHC, some customers have said it feels 1.5 to 2 times stronger than HHC. We were also told when HHCo Acetate Distillate was vaporized it can take up to 30 minutes to feel the effects. How does HHCo Acetate Distillate make you feel? The effects of HHCo have been reported to feel similar to those of other THC’s, specifically Delta 9 THC. These effects can include but are not limited to Intoxication Dry Mouth Stronger than Delta 8 Effects may last for 1-3 hours Can you fly with HHCo Acetate Distillate products on a plane? You can fly on a plane HHCo Acetate Distillate. Since our HHCo is legal according to the 2018 US Farm Bill, it can be flown to all 50 states. It is recommended to check with the state you are flying into since state laws are updated frequently. Is HHCo Acetate Distillate synthetic? HHCo Acetate Distillate is considered to be a synthetically made cannabinoid synthesized in a laboratory by a trained chemist. This cannabinoid is not found in nature and would have to be created in a laboratory. It is important to note that third party labs are a must for cannabinoids so that you can quantify what is in the product you are purchasing. Where does HHCo Acetate Distillate come from? Unlike Delta 8 THC or HHC, HHCo is not a naturally occurring cannabinoid that is found in nature. This cannabinoid has to be synthesized in a laboratory by a trained chemist. The creation process begins with CBD isolate that is derived from hemp plants. Once the CBD isolate is in hand, it undergoes a process to create HHCo. What is the age restriction to buy HHCo Acetate Distillate products? The common consensus for the purchasing age in the industry is 21 years old for HHCo Acetate Distillate and other psychoactive cannabinoids like Delta 8 THC and Delta 10 THC.
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