Curious about HHC but not sure where to start? Check out our White Peach Vegan HHC gummies! We understand the importance of "try before you buy," which is why we offer a sample size of our fantastic HHC gummies. These delicious edibles are vegan, vegetarian and all natural.
Our sample size features two pieces of soft and chewy gummies, each piece containing 25mg of HHC.
If you're new to the HHC experience, we recommend starting off with half of a gummy . We're confident you'll love our HHC gummies as much as we do and can't wait to see you return for a full-size bottle! Stock up on our White Peach HHC Vegan Gummies today!
POUCH SIZE: 2 Pieces
STRENGTH: 25mg of HHC per piece
SUGGESTED USE: Adults start with 1/2 of a serving to assess your tolerance for HHC
OTHER INGREDIENTS: Organic Tapioca Syrup, Organic Can Sugar, Pectin, Natural Flavors, Citric Acid, Sodium Citrate, Fruit and Vegetable Juice for Color.
This product may take up to 1 hour to feel effects. It is recommended to start off with a small dose, wait, and work your way up if needed. Do not drive or operate machinery or consume alcohol when taking this product.
HHC: New Kid On The Block
Hexahydrocannabinol, or HHC for short, is one of the newest cannabinoids on the market. There is much debate and controversy circling HHC regarding the legality, effects, and manufacturing process. Such confusion results in much misinformation on what this cannabinoid actually is. HHC was synthesized by the same chemist who first isolated CBD: Roger Adams. HHC was synthesized by extracting Delta-9 THC from cannabis and utilizing hydrogen, other organic compounds, and a heavy metal catalyst.
HHC has been in existence for several years but has only recently begun to increase in popularity. HHC is considered the middle ground between Delta-8 THC and THC-O. HHC is found naturally in the cannabis plant but requires an advanced hydrogenation method in order to become usable. Thus, HHC is not considered a synthetic cannabinoid. HHC comes in a wide range of products including inhalables and edibles. The effects of HHC are quite similar to traditional marijuana, offering a legal alternative for those who are unable to legally purchase and consume marijuana. As long as HHC is derived from federally legal hemp and contains less than 0.3% THC, it is considered legal under the 2018 Farm Bill.