Cherry Pie HHC
Cherry Pie HHC
Cherry Pie is a popular hybrid strain leaning more towards relaxation than stimulation, but an overall even split between sativa and indica. Cherry pie is best known giving users the giggles and acting as a mood boost while offering fruity yet gassy flavor notes.
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HHC is a synthesized cannabinoid, first created in 1944 by an American chemist, when they added a hydrogen molecule to the Delta-9 THC structure. After this fusion, the molecule was no longer technically “Tetra”hydrocannabinol but rather “hexa”hydrocannabinol. This process of hydrogenation is fairly familiar even outside of the cannabis world, and is used, for example, when turning butter into margarine. The legality of HHC in non-recreational states is similar to those of the other novel cannabinoids. Rather than using traditional Delta-9 THC, (typically) Delta-8 THC is extracted from the hemp plant, and then hydrogenated to achieve HHC. While effects will vary per user, HHC is noted to be more potent and psycho-active than Delta-8 THC, but still less potent than Delta-9 THC. Effects are typically cerebral and stimulating. Users should also take note that while HHC is not technically THC, there isn’t sufficient evidence to prove that HHC would not show up on a drug-screening for THC.
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