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HHC Flower

CannaBuddy is thrilled to offer the unique euphoric experience of HHC flower. After one or two inhales, many consumers say they are uplifted, energized, and focused. This flower kickstarts any project or powers through a tough exercise routine. After adding some HHC flower to the cart, be sure to check out our entire cannabis product line. So, what is HHC? Hexahydrocannabinol (HHC) is a naturally occurring cannabinoid only found in the cannabis sativa plant. Many have started to turn to HHC as an alternative to the intense euphoria and anxiety that can result from Delta 9 and THC. This milder psychoactive effect is a result of how HHC interacts with the body’s endocannabinoid system. HHC does bond with the CB1 receptors, but not as well as Delta 8 and Delta 9 THC. The effect of HHC is said to be an enjoyable relaxation that is clear-headed and energizing. Many cannabis connoisseurs report the euphoria of HHC is more intense than Delta 8 and H4CBD, but only about 80% of Delta 9 and Delta 10. Since HHC is the hydrogenated version of CBD, they share the same anxiolytic (anti-anxiety), analgesic (pain relieving), antiemetic (anti-nausea), orexigenic (appetite stimulant), and neuroprotective properties.

What is HHC?

HHC is a naturally occurring cannabinoid found in trace amounts within the cannabis sativa plant. However, it was first discovered in 1940 by chemist Roger Adams when he exposed THC to hydrogenation. Since there is so little naturally occurring HHC, It is more cost-effective to synthesize it to meet market demands. HHC is crafted by exposing CBD to hydrogenation. This process begins by extracting CBD from quality CBD flower. It is then converted into Delta 9 THC. After that, the isolate is exposed to hydrogenation where the double carbon bond on the Delta 9 cyclohexyl ring is removed and replaced with two hydrogen atoms creating a hexahydrocannabinol ring. This process changes the molecular weight and HHC is more stable than Delta 9. This means HHC resists UV light and has a longer shelf life than other cannabinoids.

How is HHC Made?

High-quality CBD flower is used in making HHC. The CBD is extracted and distilled. Then, it is converted into a Delta 9 THC isolate. After that, the isolate undergoes hydrogenation. This proprietary process involves multiple steps and extensive training on specific pieces of equipment that if not handled correctly could be dangerous. HHC manufacturers like to say that Delta 9 goes into their “chemical reactor” and out comes HHC. In reality, hydrogenation removes the double carbon bond from Delta 9 and replaces it with two hydrogen atoms. The end product is a dark gold oil that must be refined and distilled before being used to create HHC flower.


Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and HHC have a similar molecular structure with one minor difference. THC has a double bond on its cyclohexyl ring while HHC has two hydrogen atoms. This difference is what causes HHC to affect the body’s endocannabinoid system differently than THC. Both cannabinoids bind to the CB1 receptors, but THC bonds with these receptors much better than HHC. Most enthusiasts describe the feeling of THC as intensely psychoactive and relaxing. HHC is reported as uplifting and energizing without the intense psychoactivity or anxiety of THC. Even though they differ in effects these cannabinoids share similar therapeutic properties, such as pain relief, anti-inflammation, and reduced nausea.

HHC vs Delta 8

HHC is compared to Delta 8 THC due to its effects and therapeutic benefits. They both have very similar molecular structures, except Delta 8 THC has a double bond on the eighth carbon chain of its structure ring. HHC had the double bond removed and replaced with two hydrogen atoms through a process known as hydrogenation. Many cannabis enthusiasts report that the psychoactivity of Delta 8 is less intense and more uplifting than Delta 9 THC. HHC is said to have a stronger effect than Delta 8, but not as intense as Delta 9. Because of the clear-headed lighter euphoria, consumers prefer HHC before going to the gym or tackling a project. Since both cannabinoids interact with the endocannabinoid system’s CB1 receptors, they have similar therapeutic benefits, including pain relief and reducing anxiety.

Does HHC Get You High?

Enthusiasts say they feel a strong clear-headed euphoria that is uplifting and energizing. Depending on the amount of HHC consumed, some consumers say the effects are stronger than Delta 8 THC, but not as intense as Delta 9.

What is HHC Flower?

HHC flower is for people who enjoy the effects of HHC but prefer smoking with joints or bongs. This exciting cannabis product takes HHC isolate and infuses it with CBD flower to create this uplifting flower. Cannabis entrepreneurs use dense CBD flower and apply a liquid HHC isolate, creating an exciting alternative to THC. This sticky and tasty flower uplifts and energizes while providing the satisfaction many consumers want.

What are The Effects of HHC?

HHC has been reported to be more psychoactive and intense than Delta 8, but not as strong as Delta 9. Many people feel energized and focused after consuming HHC. These friendlier properties are an appealing option for people seeking milder relaxation.

What are the Benefits of HHC?

Research is still being conducted on HHC. Findings are limited but, it is thought that because HHC interacts with the endocannabinoid system much like Delta 8 THC and Delta 9 THC it shares many of the same therapeutic benefits. These include anxiolytic (anti-anxiety), analgesic (pain relieving), antiemetic (anti-nausea), orexigenic (appetite stimulant), and neuroprotective properties.

Where Can You Buy HHC Products?

CannaBuddy has collected multiple premium HHC products in stock and ready to ship, such as HHC gummies, HHC carts, and HHC flower . Once you’ve added one, or all, of these to your cart, be sure to check out our entire cannabis collection.