Is HHC Legal?
So, you’ve probably heard about the new cannabinoid HHC at this point, and are wondering what it is, and if it’s legal.
What is HHC?
HHC is classified as a legal hemp derivative because it’s not tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), despite being psychoactive and supposedly behaving similarly to THC. Therefore, under current federal cannabis laws, HHC is a legal compound.
More In Depth:
HHC is a hydrogenated derivative of THC. It is a naturally occurring Cannabinoid that has rarely been identified as a trace component in Cannabis sativa.
HHC is typically made from CBD, D8-THC, or D9-THC. There are no double bonds in the cyclohexyl ring-like D8/D9 have—they have been removed from the structure and hydrogens have been added to the compound. Similar structural analogs of HHC have been demonstrated to bind to the CB1 receptor and produce cannabinoid effects.
HHC Legality By State:
We encourage every one of our clients to read into their state’s laws encompassing Hemp and HHC and keep up to date with what’s going on in regards to their state and HHC.
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