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The world of cannabis is ever-changing and continuously growing as researchers stay discovering new compounds, effects, and more. Recently, HHC has begun making a name for itself in the cannabis industry, leaving consumers quite curious about what this up-and-coming compound has to offer.

What is HHC?

HHC is short for hexahydrocannabinol and it is a semi-synthetic compound discovered back in the 40s. At the time, chemists crafted HHC by adding hydrogen molecules to THC in a process called hydrogenation. The chemical reaction curated hexahydrocannabinol; however, the HHC cannabinoid didn’t start gaining popularity until very recently.

Today, professionals can make HHC through the use of hemp-derived CBD, instead. By utilizing complicated chemical reactions, extractors are able to curate high-quality HHC extract for consumption. They then take the extract and infuse it into myriad products such as gummies, vape cartridges, tinctures, and more.

Now, you’ll find HHC products of varying types on the market. However, keep in mind that this compound is still somewhat new, and regulations surrounding the cannabinoid may change over time.

How Does HHC Work?

The way that the HHC cannabinoid works is quite unique, and researchers are still looking closely into this process today. From what we know, the compound contains two different molecules: 9R HHC and 9S HHC. 9R HHC appears to bind well to the body’s cannabinoid receptors, creating significant results cerebrally and physically. 9S HHC, on the other hand, doesn’t bind well at all. Thus, the two sort of balance each other out, in a way.

If you consume high amounts of the HHC cannabinoid, then there’s a high likelihood of experiencing THC-like effects. In fact, some consumers report it being similar to the effects of delta 8 THC. In low doses, though, consumers are more likely to experience supportive, therapeutic results than anything.

You should be aware of HHC’s potential psychoactivity. While it isn’t intoxicating in low doses, it is possible to feel high after consuming the unique compound. Do not drive or operate machinery after consumption, or if you’re pregnant or breast-feeding.

Best HHC Products from Top Brands

Alternative Health Distribution offers an extensive selection of the highest-quality HHC brands on the market. Our inventory has some of the best HHC for sale, whether you’re looking to buy bulk HHC or just a few products for yourself.

AHDist offers products from the coveted CannaAid brand, allowing you to try some of the best of the best. We have CannaAid’s HHC gummies, tinctures, and vapes available to all consumers of the legal age limit. CannaAid is a brand that places extreme importance on product quality and transparency. With them, you don’t ever have to wonder what’s going in your body — their COAs and ingredient lists demonstrate that for you.

Along with CannaAid’s HHC for sale, we also offer top-shelf products from Concentrated Concepts. You can purchase potent HHC pre-rolls or tasty HHC flower depending on what your preferences are. Concentrated Concepts’ HHC bud is as quality as the flower you’ll find in a dispensary — and just as aromatic, too.

When you buy HHC online from AHDist, we offer various HHC bulk items. All you have to do is find our HHC wholesale options and you can stock up on as many top-shelf HHC products as you’d like.

Why Alternative Health Distribution is Your Best Choice to Purchase HHC Products in Bulk

If you’re looking for high-quality HHC for sale, Alternative Health Distribution is the place to go — especially if you’re wanting to buy HHC bulk. Our HHC bulk options are some of the best in the industry, allowing you to fill your own hexahydrocannabinol collection with products from CannaAid or Concentrated Concepts.

Alternative Health Distribution offers our HHC bulk (and other HHC for sale) at affordable prices. We believe in the importance of helping consumers experience the best cannabinoid products possible, and the only way to do that is by offering them at reasonable prices.

All of our products’ third-party lab-test results are available on our website for potential consumers to explore. This can help consumers buy HHC online with total confidence, as the test results demonstrate quality, purity, and safety. These COAs are good to show your own customers if you choose to buy hexahydrocannabinol in bulk.

HHC Wholesale FAQ

How is HHC made?

It depends! For companies to craft federally legal hexahydrocannabinol for sale, they must first start with hemp that does not contain more than 0.3% THC. From there, professionals extract CBD from hemp. The CBD then undergoes an intense, complicated chemical reaction in a sort of “black box” that transforms the cannabinoid into the HHC we know and love. When HHC was first discovered, chemists used THC and added hydrogen molecules. This process, called hydrogenation, was successful in crafting HHC; however, using THC as a base makes it illegal federally. Thus, processes have changed over the years.

What is the origin of HHC?

Records show that HHC was first discovered back in the 1940s. A chemist named Roger Adams had been experimenting with the cannabinoids in cannabis — eventually becoming the chemist to be credited for discovering THC. During this time, he decided to add hydrogen molecules to delta 9 THC and see what happened. A similar process happens when chemists change vegetable oils into margarine. The hydrogenation process worked and Adams ended up creating the first recorded form of the HHC cannabinoid. But, as he was making progress on various cannabinoids, this semi-synthetic one seemed to fall by the wayside for quite some time. It wasn’t until recently that chemists have started working with the compound again.

HHC vs. CBD: What is the difference?

HHC and CBD are two very different cannabinoids. As we established, HHC is technically semi-synthetic, as most chemists utilize a chemical reaction to create the cannabinoid. More than that, though, HHC also has the potential for psychoactive effects. If you take enough HHC, in high doses, then you will likely feel a bit high and slightly intoxicated. This simply isn’t the case with CBD. No matter how much CBD you consume, you will not experience psychotropic results. The cannabinoid cannot bind with the cannabinoid receptors in the body in that way; thus, you won’t feel those results. Instead, CBD is primarily consumed for its therapeutic properties. CBD is also widely accepted across the country and has been clearly legalized in the US under the 2018 Farm Bill. That is not the case with HHC.

What is the legal status of HHC in the United States?

Right now, the HHC cannabinoid is in a bit of a gray area in terms of legality in the US. Technically, if the product comes from hemp and does not contain more than 0.3% THC, then it should be legal under the 2018 Farm Bill. This is the standard that most places are following right now due to the lack of regulation. However, some people are a bit concerned about HHC’s future legality. As it stands, drugs that are under the Schedule I classification — and substances analogous to these drugs — are federally illegal in the US. Unfortunately, cannabis is under that classification. Some argue that because HHC produces THC-like effects, its legality under the Farm Bill may not hold up for long. However, as it stands, HHC is not regulated by the government and we can ship our products throughout the country.

Does HHC get you high?

Yes, HHC does have the potential to get you high. Consumers report feeling THC-like effects in high doses. However, in low doses, the cannabinoid appears to be more therapeutic than psychoactive. You may not experience any feelings of intoxication in small doses; so, if you’re looking to avoid psychoactive results, you should only buy hexahydrocannabinol with low amounts.

How does HHC react to me?

It depends! HHC, like other cannabinoids, is going to react uniquely in the body. Every person will have a slightly different reaction to HHC simply depending on body chemistry, previous cannabis experience, and other factors. As long as you consume responsibly and start with low doses, you should have a good reaction to HHC. People tend to have negative reactions to psychoactive cannabinoids when they consume more than they intended. Thus, be cognizant about how much you’re consuming and don’t have more until you’re sure that your first dose has hit you and you’re not content with the effects.

How potent is HHC compared to delta 9 THC?

HHC is going to be less potent than delta 9 THC. You can compare the potency of HHC closer to delta 8 THC, as neither of them bond as strongly to cannabinoid receptors in the body as delta 9 does. If you enjoy the effects of delta 9 THC but would enjoy something a bit milder, then the HHC cannabinoid may be the perfect choice for you.

In a drug test, does HHC appear?

This question is tricky. Technically, drug tests do not test for cannabinoid such as HHC, and it is not a THC derivative, which do appear on these tests. However, HHC acts very similarly in the body as THC, and there have been reports of false-positive drug tests after HHC consumption. Because of this, we would recommend avoiding consuming HHC until you’ve passed your drug test and are good to go. Otherwise, you may be putting yourself at risk of failing accidentally.

Is there an age limit to purchase HHC products?

Even though HHC is unregulated in the US, you must be 18 to buy HHC cannabinoid products. This applies to both online and in-person sales.

Can I bring HHC products on a plane?

Since HHC is legal under the 2018 Farm Bill, you could take the products on a plane with you. However, there is a good chance you will get stopped and questioned for the products you have, depending on where you live. If you plan on taking your HHC products with you on a plane, make sure you have all the proper documentation you need to prove their legitimacy. Print out all COAs to prove that the products follow the 2018 Farm Bill. Also, make sure they are in their original packaging.

Does HHC come from synthetic sources?

Technically, yes, the HHC cannabinoid does come from synthetic sources. This is because the compound is only present in miniscule amounts naturally within the cannabis plant, and that makes it quite difficult to extract and infuse into other products. Thus, chemists have found ways to produce the HHC alternatively, making it semi-synthetic.