HHC, scientifically known as hexahydrocannabinol, is simply a hydrogenated form of the THC naturally occurring in a variety of cannabis and hemp plants. HHC is roughly 70-80% the strength of THC, meaning it’s more potent than then Delta-8.
Sage and Sour (Sativa) – The Sage n Sour is said to have originated from the Netherlands. It is a cross between one of New York City’s finest, Sour Diesel and the West Coast’s pride, SAGE (Sativa-Afghan Genetic Equilibrium). A great way to start the day and get those neurons firing. This cross gives off a sage and gassy aroma.
1. How Are HHC Distillates Different From THC Distillates?
HHC distillates are different from THC distillates because the molecular structure of HHC doesn’t contain double bonds as THC does.
2. Can HHC Distillates Be Absorbed Through The Skin?
HHC distillates can also be used as topicals that are applied to the skin. By doing this, the liquid is absorbed through the skin which allows you to enjoy the effects of the cannabinoid.
3. Do HHC Distillates Last Longer In The Fridge?
You might be able to preserve the potency of HHC distillates by storing them in the fridge, as long as they’re kept in air-tight or sealed bags which helps avoid leakage.