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Forbidden Fruit HHC & CBG

Forbidden Fruit HHC & CBG

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Forbidden Fruit is a notorious indica dominant strain and is best known for its sweet fruity flavor profile. Users can expect deep relaxation when using forbidden fruit great for a post work-day smoke!

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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. 

CBG is a newly popular, but no less important non-psychoactive cannabinoid typically found in small amounts in marijuana and hemp. CBG is often regarded as the “Mother of All Cannabinoids”. To evade an overly scientific explanation of CBGs relationship to THC and CBD, its simple to view it as all cannabinoids essentially start from CBG and based on enzymes within the plants bio-make up, break down CBG into either CBD or THC based on the plants genus. One major revelation in cannabis farming is that plants with higher CBG contents, typically are more potent, whether paired THC or CBD. Because of this, farmers and medical providers alike, have started steering more towards high CBG content flower/ products, with lower THC/CBD content to achieve similar potency to higher concentrates of CBD or THC alone. For reference, two strains of hemp flower have the same baseline CBD content, but one strain has more CBG content; the strain with higher CBG content is going to produce more noticeable effects than that with lower CBG content, despite the same percentages of CBD. The same can be applied for THC.

The National Library of Medicine published research regarding CBG which can offer further insights to the benefits and make up of CBG - https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33168643/

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