HHC flowers

We offer you organically grown HHC flowers, characterized by their lemony and tangy taste for an optimal experience.

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How is hexahydrocannabinol (HHC) obtained?

HHC is obtained by a chemical transformation of the THC molecule extracted from the cannabis plant. It exists naturally in the seeds and pollen of hemp, but in very small quantities. That's why it is made synthetically through the process of hydrogenation of THC, which is the addition of two hydrogen molecules to the four hydrogen molecules already present in THC.

During the transformation, the delta-8-THC molecule is subjected to a more or less high temperature, which causes variations in the composition and the power of the effects of the HHC molecule obtained. Thus, HHC is a derivative of THC which nevertheless does not contain traces of THC, which makes it legal in certain countries. This molecule is different from the CBD molecule.

HHC flowers are extracts of cannabis plants that are harvested, curried and dried. There are three ways of cultivating hemp, outdoor, which corresponds to plants that are grown outdoors, indoor, which means that the plants are grown indoors and greenhouse. Their THC content is lower than the rate registered in the regulation in force in Europe, namely below the threshold of 0,2%.

How to consume HHC flowers?

HHC flowers can be consumed in the form of infusions, orally by incorporating them into food preparations, or by inhalation. It is the ideal product for consumption at any time of the day. It is also possible to consume HHC flowers as an herbal tea, by infusing them in hot water for a few minutes.

For oral consumption, it is recommended to mix the HHC flower with a fat such as oil or butter. Alternatively, you can use a vaporizer to inhale the HHC flowers by vaporizing them at over 170 degrees. It is possible to vary the temperature when using this method of consumption depending on the need or the ailment to be treated.

What are the effects of HHC flowers?

The consumption of HHC flowersprovides a feeling of global well-being, both physically and morally. Indeed, HHC has relaxing and soothing properties that promote relaxation. You will reduce your daily stress and you will be in a better mood. The flowers of HHC make it possible to fight against the anguishes and the anxiety. HHC 9R works as a calming agent by acting on the CB1 and CB2 receptors of the endocannabinoid system.

HHC flowers also act on pain thanks to their anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects. It is also a good way to fight against fatigue by getting back to a restful sleep and limiting night wakings. HHC flowers also help boost the immune system and ensure internal balance by regulating certain body functions.

The duration and intensity of the effects associated with the consumption of HHC flowers vary according to the mode of consumption, the quantity and the type of flower chosen. HHC flowers are also available in several aromas, tastes and smells. Their composition can vary according to the ratio between HHC 9R, known to stimulate the endocannabinoid system, and HHC 9S, as well as the various terpenes and other cannabinoids present.


In which country are HHC flowers legal?

Numerous laboratory studies are currently being carried out on HHC in order to better understand this new molecule. It should be noted however that the flowers of HHC do not contain traces of THC and do not generate a positive test during a screening.

A decree of the Court of Justice of the European Union states that a cannabinoid-based product is legal if the THC content is less than 0.2%. However, if the legislation explicitly mentionsCBD oil, the legislation around HHC is not yet very well defined and may be subject to change.