What’s the difference between HHC and CBD?

  1. So, what’s the difference
  2. CBD
  3. HHC
  4. Final Take
  5. Learn More About HHC

So, what’s the difference?

In order to talk about the difference between HHC and CBD, we should first highlight the similarities. Both of these compounds are cannabinoids found in the cannabis sativa plant, and both were made legal in 2018 when the Farm Bill classified any cannabis product containing less than 0.3% Delta 9 THC as Hemp rather than federally regulated Cannabis. With that said, there are some fairly diverse applications for each.

CBD stands for Cannabidiol. When consumed by humans, this cannabinoid is non-psychoactive, meaning that it isn’t going to produce any sort of “high” sensation, regardless of how much is consumed. Certain types of CBD products may allow users to feel calm, relaxed, or loose, but not high. For some users, adding CBD to their wellness routine has shown to help alleviate stress and tension, assist with sleeping, and aid in overall health and recovery by lowering inflammation. Although there has been significant study of CBD, the FDA has not approved it, so manufacturers of CBD products still can not produce CBD products marketed to treat any type of illness or condition, and they can even be fined for making health related claims about their CBD products. CBD comes in every form from vape oils and tinctures to edibles and topical creams and can be purchased just about anywhere in the US.

HHC or Hexahydrocannabinol is very different from CBD in the sense that it produces a noticeable and euphoric sensation that can be compared to a traditional cannabis “high’. Most users report a smooth and relaxing head high that doesn’t interfere with their ability to focus, and many consider HHC to be slightly less overwhelming than more conventional Delta 9 THC. There hasn’t been much research in terms of health benefits and HHC, but recreational consumers have adopted HHC use widely, making HHC one of the most popular compounds in states with hemp-derived cannabinoid markets.

Final Take

If you’re looking for something mellow that might help you feel a bit more relaxed at the end of your day without feeling intoxicated or impaired, you may consider trying a CBD product. If your goal is to get baked in an area where traditional cannabis access is restricted, HHC could be the perfect choice for you. Check out CleanAFCBD.com or BakedHHC.com to try some for yourself.

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