As HHC oil has gained popularity, many are curious about what it is and how to use it. Therefore, we've compiled the essential information about HHC oil below. Just like with any form of cannabis, it's always wise to educate yourself before trying it.
What is HHC Oil?
HHC stands for hexahydrocannabinol, a compound found in the cannabis plant, much like THC or CBD. What sets HHC apart is its rarity; there is only a small amount in a single cannabis plant. Once enough HHC is obtained, it can be used to create HHC oil, which has a calming effect.
The Extraction Technique for HHC:
Since a cannabis plant contains a minimal amount of HHC, producers resort to using CBD. After extracting CBD from a cannabis plant, a process called CO2 extraction takes place. This is followed by isomerization, where CBD turns into THC. The final step is hydrogenation, ultimately releasing HHC.
Unfortunately, due to strict regulations in the Netherlands, we cannot elaborate on the benefits of HHC oil and its effects on the user's body and mind. For more information, please reach out to us via email with specific questions about HHC oil, and our team will be happy to assist.
For those trying HHC oil for the first time, starting with a small dosage is recommended. The dosage can be increased gradually. A low dosage is considered 5 to 10 mg of HHC per administration, 10 to 30 mg is average, and anything above 30 mg is considered a high dosage.
Despite HHC originating from THC, it is not subject to the same regulations. HHC is legally available, regardless of the quantity, and HHC oil contains no traces of THC.
HHC oil is not intended for children and should be kept out of their reach. Pregnant or breastfeeding women should refrain from using HHC oil. Lastly, due to Dutch regulations, it is necessary to mention that HHC oil is not intended for human consumption.