We want you to be informed of our selection of cannabinoids in our products. We feel that an informed customer is a satisfied customer, and with knowledge comes choosing the right product for yourself. Below, we’ve listed a few facts about our selections.
THC-B is closely related to Delta-9 THC, but its chemical structure makes it more binding to the CB1 receptors in the endocannabinoid system (ECS). These receptors are responsible for that high feeling one receives when consuming THC. THC-B can produce a better and stronger high for some.
Found naturally in hemp plants, THC-H differs from standard THC in that it possesses a longer carbon sidechain. The longer a cannabinoid’s sidechain is, the more drawn out its psychoactive effects will be. Its effects are said to be quite potent, with some claims stating it’s 10 times more potent than Delta-9 THC.
Though composed only of a small percentage of a plant’s cannabinoid makeup, THCP is theorized to be 33 times stronger than standard THC. This makes this cannabinoid’s potency quite powerful.
CBN (cannabinol) is a minor cannabinoid found in the cannabis plant. It’s a non-intoxicating compound created when THC ages, typically when it’s oxidized. CBN is said to make one feel hungry and drowsy.
Delta-8-tetrahydrocannabinol, or delta-8 THC, is the middle ground between CBD and Delta-9 THC. It’s comparable to indica marijuana strains, typically creating a more relaxed, mellow disposition.
Meet the THC-lite experience. For those of us that just want to take a little edge off, without feeling too inebriated. HHC’s euphoric sensations are comparative to THC, but some users claim to also feel mental cloudiness similar to Delta 9, though not at its extreme.
Also known as Delta-11, HYX-11 is the main active metabolite of THC. When our bodies break down D8 and D9 edibles, Delta-11 is produced. Experience an “edible high” without having to take an edible.