How HHC Is Derived From THC

Have you ever wondered how we were able to fit the THC and other hemp-derived components within
your HHC pen? Users of HHC pens appreciate the euphoric sensation brought on by the clean smoke, and their popularity is rapidly increasing. Over time, hemp plants have developed a variety of uses and
advantages. Researchers have been able to disassemble the plant, remove the parts they require, and
transform those parts into different forms. One such naturally occurring ingredient from a hemp plant is
HHC. In this post, the procedure for extracting HHC from hemp plants will be briefly explained.

HHC was first isolated from hemp plant seeds and pollen by an American organic chemist named Rodger
Adams in 1944. This procedure is known as hydrogenation. The same procedure has been used for years
to make margarine out of vegetable oils or to extend its shelf life. To turn Delta-9 THC, the main
psychoactive component in cannabis, into HHC, two hydrogen molecules must first be converted to
Delta-9 THC. Hexahydro cannabinol, or HHC, is created by hydrogenating the chemical THC.

Although manufacturers typically regulate the strength to limit the noticeable variances in potency when
injected into pen cartridges, there is no known method for efficiently differentiating high-quality HHC
components from low-quality HHC components. All HHC pens from typically have 2
grams of HHC. The HHC pen is guaranteed to provide a high-quality vaporizing experience for a
sustained period of time with a recommended dosage of 12 to 30mg of HHC per usage.

HHC offers a number of advantages over regular THC, but the most notable of them is its quickness of
action. You feel its effects almost immediately after ingestion, and it enters your bloodstream and brain
more quickly. The fact that HHC does not degrade into the typical chemicals that are used to test for
drugs means that it cannot be identified in the bloodstream, which gives it an edge over THC.

Additionally, HHC has a longer shelf life and is less vulnerable to heat and UV

Maurya V, Appayee C (January 2020). “Enantioselective Total Synthesis of Potent 9β-11-
Hydroxyhexahydrocannabinol”. The Journal of Organic Chemistry. 85 (2): 1291–1297.
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