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Frequently Asked Questions

The best time to consume HHC products depends on the consumer’s preferences. While some people prefer to consume HHC products in the morning or daytime, others prefer to consume them at night time.

If you’re someone who consumes HHC very frequently, then it could linger in your system for up to 30 days. However, if you’re someone who consumes HHC once a week, then it can stay in your system for less than a week.

Although HHC is less potent than Delta 9/THC, there are still chances that it can make you fail a drug test. This is because HHC, is still considered a version of THC, and most drug tests are designed to pick up traces of THC in our bodies. That’s why it’s best to wait until the HHC cannabinoid leaves your system completely before deciding to take a drug test.

HHC products are considered legal in the US, according to the 2018 farm bill, which states that all hemp-derived cannabinoids and their products are considered legal as long as they don’t contain more than 0.3% THC in them.

There are many ways to heat up your HHC distillate, one of those ways is by using a blow dryer. All you have to do is hold one end of the syringe, and let the blow dryer heat up the other end of the syringe which contains the HHC concentrate.

The best way to store your HHC products is to place them inside a zip-lock bag or an air-tight jar. This is because they can help to protect your products from getting exposed to bacteria and germs which can cause the products to expire or degrade much quicker.

Once you open your HHC products, then it’s best to consume them within 6 months. This is because they’ll start to degrade after those 6 months.

Yes, it’s completely safe to mix HHC distillates in food. By doing this, the flavors of the distillate will be covered up by the flavors of the food, which will allow you to enjoy the effects of the distillate without worrying about its strong taste. 

It’s best to store your HHC tinctures in a dark and cool place that doesn’t allow the products to be exposed to heat and light. This is because exposure to heat and light can cause the tinctures to degrade or expire. An example of a dark and cool place is a cabinet, drawer, or even a fridge. 

HHC distillates have a shelf life of about 2 years, depending on how well you store them in the right place with the right temperatures.