DELTA 8 THC
DELTA 9 THCP
DELTA 9 THCv
What is Delta 8 THC? Delta-8-tetrahydrocannabinol (delta-8-THC, Δ8-THC) is a psychoactive cannabinoid found in the Cannabis plant. It is an isomer of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (delta-9-THC, Δ9-THC), the compound commonly known as THC. ∆8-THC has antiemetic, anxiolytic, orexigenic, analgesic, and neuroprotective properties. ∆8-THC is slightly less potent than Δ9-THC (being about ≈50-66% as potent in-vivo according to most scientific studies on the topic), although its psychological and physiological effects remain qualitatively similar. This essentially means that it will still medicate similarly to ∆9-THC, although to a lesser degree per milligram of material consumed. Delta 8 THC was made legal by H.R. 2: The Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018, commonly referred to as the 2018 Farm Bill. It was specifically made legal when hemp allowed for all derivatives, isomers, and cannabinoids of hemp that were not Delta 9 THC. Up to that point, D8 THC had been illegal and was specifically named in the Controlled Substances Act. However, in addition to making all hemp cannabinoids, isomers, and derivatives legal, H.R. 2 specifically includes text to remove all confusion between laws by amending the Controlled Substances Act to exclude Delta 8 THC from hemp. Delta 8 THC is federally legal and legal in most states, but it is not legal in all states.
Most consumers report less paranoia and anxiety with this compound than traditional THC. This compound is generally a viscous clear to amber oil which can be heated to achieve a less viscous consistency if terpenes or other cannabinoids are desired to be mixed in.
"THCO, also known as Delta 8 THC O Acetate, is an acetylated variant of Delta 8 THC. Reports indicate it may have increased potency compared to Delta 8 or Delta 9 THC. Our formulation aims to deliver high-quality THCO, utilizing compounds known for their safety. It features a fluid oil consistency, akin to that of CBC or our CBD vape oil, offering a smooth experience when vaped or dabbed. Initial effects have been reported to begin within 10-20 minutes for some users, with peak effects developing up to an hour after inhalation. Oral consumption has been described as having a similar onset to that of Delta 8 or Delta 9. Note that individual experiences may vary, and it's essential to exercise caution due to its reported increased potency.
Due to the current regulatory environment and the stance of the FDACS & DEA, THCO products have been removed from our offerings. The legality of THCO is currently a gray area and is considered a controlled substance by these agencies.
Hexahydrocannabinol, commonly known as HHC, is a psychoactive cannabinoid generally considered to be as potent as, or slightly less potent than, Delta-9-THC according to most users. Many consumers describe its effects as akin to a more social version of Delta-9-THC, with fewer instances of paranoia and couch lock, making it more suitable for daytime use. While HHC is naturally found in male cannabis plants, it occurs in very limited quantities. Therefore, significant amounts for products or scientific testing must be synthesized in a lab by skilled chemists. Contrary to some misconceptions, HHC does not contain THC, ensuring that the product never exceeds 0.3 percent Delta 9 THC content. This means that HHC is in compliance with the Farm Bill. Most users report experiencing a euphoric and relaxed state of mind and body, similar to the effects of Delta 9, but with fewer side effects like paranoia and couch lock. Many describe it as a more social and active alternative to Delta 9.
The compound typically manifests as a viscous golden to amber/red oil. Its consistency can be made less viscous by heating, which facilitates the addition of terpenes or other cannabinoids if desired. It's important to note that the 9R isomer is considerably more potent than the 9S isomer.
Based on consumer feedback, HHCO is approximately 1.5 to 2 times more potent than HHC and has longer-lasting effects. Most users of HHCO report a calming mental and physical sensation with minimal drawbacks. The effects of HHCO are often likened to those of Delta 9 THC, but without the sluggish after-effects. Compared to Delta 8 THC, HHCO is generally reported to produce more sociable effects and is smoother on the lungs.
Due to the current regulatory environment and the stance of the FDACS & DEA, HHCO products have been removed from our offerings. The legality of HHCO is currently a gray area and is considered a controlled substance by these agencies.
Delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabiphorol, commonly known as Delta 9 THCP or simply THCP, stands out as one of the most potent and enduring cannabinoids available on the market. Originating from hemp, this natural cannabinoid features seven carbon atoms in its alkyl side chain, a structural nuance that significantly elevates its potency. Studies have indicated that THCP's binding affinity to the CB1 receptor is about 33 times more efficient than that of Delta-9-THC. As a result, most consumers find THCP to be around 2-3 times as potent as Delta-9, with effects that have a notably longer duration. The compound usually manifests as a golden to amber viscous oil. It is psychoactive, offers significantly higher potency than Delta 8, Delta 9, and HHC, and provides long-lasting effects even at minimal dosages. The average edible dose is estimated at around 2mg and is considered to be highly potent. Due to its elevated potency, THCP is generally incorporated into blends at concentrations of up to 10%.
Delta-9 THCP-O, formally known as Tetrahydrocannabiphorol Acetate, is a cannabinoid with a seven-term side chain. Much like its close relative D9-THCP, THCP-O is noted for its high potency and long-lasting effects. When compared to D8 THC and similar cannabinoids, THCP-O is considerably stronger, particularly when ingested. Although THCP-O is relatively new to the market, it has garnered attention for its pronounced effects, making it a subject of interest for further research and study.
Due to the current regulatory environment and the stance of the FDACS & DEA, THCPO products have been removed from our offerings. The legality of THCPO is currently a gray area and is considered a controlled substance by these agencies.
Hexahydrocannabiphorol, also known as HHCP, is a hydrogenated form of THCP and is the most potent cannabinoid we offer. Similar to HHC, HHCP features both an R and an S isomer, with the R isomer being the more potent of the two. Our HHCP stands out as one of the most potent options on the market, thanks in part to its exceptional 90+% content of the 9R isomer. Although its binding affinity to the CB1 receptor has not yet been extensively studied, anecdotal reports from most consumers indicate that this cannabinoid is even more potent than its non-hydrogenated counterpart, THCP. In addition, HHCP has been reported to have a longer duration of effects. The compound is typically a golden to amber viscous oil, with psychoactive properties and significantly higher potency compared to Delta 8, Delta 9, and HHC. Its effects are long-lasting even in minimal quantities, and some users report that its potency surpasses even that of THCP. The average edible dose is around 2mg and is considered highly potent. Due to its high potency, HHCP is usually incorporated into blends at concentrations of up to 10%.
We are proud to carry the most potent HHCP available, owing to our rare ratio of over 90% of the psychoactive 9R isomer.
THC-B, or Delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabutol, is a highly potent psychoactive compound with an elevated potency comparable to that of THCP. Although it is similar in its effects to THCP, it is reported to have a quicker onset and a slightly shorter duration of effects. This isomer of Delta-9-THC, distinguished by its butyl sidechain, was discovered in 2019 along with THCP and THCH. THC-B is typically found as a viscous oil with a color spectrum ranging from amber to dark rose. Given its significant potency, it is generally incorporated into blends rather than used as a standalone ingredient.
THC-H, or Delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabihexol, is a psychoactive cannabinoid with a potency comparable to THCP. Known for its longer-lasting effects, similar to THCP, it was discovered in 2019 alongside its CBD counterpart, CBDh. The additional carbon in its 6-carbon side chain is responsible for its greater binding affinity to cannabinoid receptors, making it significantly more potent than Delta-9-THC. Consumers often find THC-H to be longer-lasting than THC-B but not quite as potent as THCP. Due to its elevated potency, THC-H is commonly used in blends rather than as a stand-alone ingredient. The compound appears as an amber viscous oil
HHCP-O, formally known as Hexahydrocannabiphorol Acetate, is a specialized cannabinoid that is both hydrogenated and acetylated, making it a derivative of THCP. Similar to the structural changes seen in THCp and HHCp, elongating the alkane chain in HHCP-O enhances the binding affinity of this cannabinoid. Known for its potent, intoxicating, and euphoric effects, HHCP-O is reported to exceed even THCP and HHCP in both potency and duration. Some users specifically report that HHCP-O is stronger than HHCP. The acetylation process appears to further amplify the potency and longevity of the compound's effects, making it a standout in the realm of psychoactive cannabinoids.
Due to the current regulatory environment and the stance of the FDACS & DEA, HHCPO products have been removed from our offerings. The legality of HHCPO is currently a gray area and is considered a controlled substance by these agencies.
Delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabivarin, commonly referred to as THCV, is a unique cannabinoid found in cannabis known for its stimulant-like properties. Often utilized to enhance focus and reduce appetite, THCV presents a dual nature depending on the dosage. At low doses, it acts as an antagonist of the CB1 receptor, binding to and blocking the receptor, which results in no psychoactive effects. However, at higher doses, THCV transforms into an agonist for the CB1 receptor, inducing a stimulating and clear-headed euphoric state. When combined with THC or one of its isomers, the resulting experience often resembles "Sativa" like effects. THCV is usually available as a dark amber isolate, resembling shards of dark shatter in its consistency. This complex cannabinoid is both non-psychoactive at low doses and mildly psychoactive at higher doses. Due to its unique effects on focus and energy, it has earned the nickname as the 'Adderall of cannabis.'
Cannabidivarin, commonly known as CBDV, is a naturally occurring phytocannabinoid considered to be the "Varin" analog of CBD. Unlike CBD, CBDV often leaves users with a more uplifting and motivated feeling. While it shares many of the beneficial properties of CBD—like relief for inflammation and anxiety—CBDV is non-psychoactive and is commonly sought for its uplifting and motivating effects. It is often used in a variety of applications aimed at improving well-being, although it's important to note that these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. The compound typically comes in the form of an off-white to tan isolate, making it versatile for various uses.
What is CBN? Cannabinol, commonly referred to as the couchlock cannabinoid, is a mildly psychoactive component found in the cannabis plant that many people find helpful as a sleep aid. CBN is made in the plant when the THC-A oxidizes. Most consumers find that they experience what is traditionally thought of as “Indica” effects when combining this cannabinoid with THC or one of its isomers. CBN comes as an isolate powder that is generally white to a pinkish off white.
What is CBN-O? Cannabinol Acetate, or CBN-O, is a mildly psychoactive component found in cannabis which, like strongly psychoactive THC, is derived from tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THC-A). CBN-O is more potent than CBN and will produce longer lasting effects. CBN-O can be used effectively as a sleep aid or sedative. This cannabinoid may help regulate the immune system and works to relieve the pain and inflammation caused by several conditions, including arthritis and Crohn’s disease. Studies show that it may be used to reduce the intraocular eye pressure caused by glaucoma. CBN-O may act as an anticonvulsant, so it is also may be beneficial to patients suffering from seizure disorders including epilepsy. When combined with cannabinoids, can produce indica like effects at higher doses.
CBC, also known as Cannabichromene, is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid, which means it doesn't cause the "high" commonly associated with some other cannabinoids. While it has a relatively low affinity for CB1 receptors, it binds more readily to other types of receptors, such as CB2, TRPA1, and TRPV1. These receptors have been linked to various types of relief, which has led to interest in CBC's potential effects. Due to its free-flowing, less viscous consistency, CBC is often used to thin out blends, preventing hardware clogs in vaping devices. Additionally, it is believed to enhance or potentiate the effects of other cannabinoids when used in combinations, thus making it a valuable component in cannabinoid blends. CBC is available as a golden to dark amber oil that flows freely, making it versatile for various applications. CBC is often cited for its potential in providing comfort and relief in areas related to pain and inflammation, although it's important to note that these effects are still under research.
CBG, or Cannabigerol, is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid found in low amounts in cannabis plants, often no more than 1%. It's sometimes called the "mother of all cannabinoids" because it serves as a precursor to other major cannabinoids like THC, CBD, and CBC. When interacting with the brain's cannabinoid receptors, CBG is thought to promote focus and may have calming effects. Many consumers appreciate this compound for its potential to contribute to mental clarity and motivation. When combined with THC, CBG may mitigate some of THC's psychoactive effects. The cannabinoid is often used in isolate form, typically appearing as a white to off-white powder that is less dense than other isolates.
Although CBG is growing in popularity for its range of potential benefits, products featuring this cannabinoid can be rare and may come at a premium due to its low natural abundance in cannabis plants. It's often used in daytime blends and is praised for its uplifting effects that resemble the characteristics typically attributed to 'sativa' strains. CBG is also noted for its potential in areas related to comfort and relief, although further research is needed.
CBD, or Cannabidiol, is a well-known non-psychoactive cannabinoid found in cannabis and hemp plants. Unlike THC, it doesn't produce a "high" or euphoria, making it an option for those who seek to remain clear-headed. Many consumers turn to CBD for its calming effects and its potential for alleviating minor discomfort associated with inflammation. The compound is often used in various forms such as isolate powder, which is generally white, or as a full-spectrum distillate that appears golden in color. Dosages for CBD can vary, but common recommendations often range between 100-300mg per dose.
When CBD is combined with THC or other psychoactive cannabinoids, it is believed to temper the intensity of psychoactive effects. Some consumers also report that CBD may alleviate some of the paranoia or anxiety sometimes associated with THC consumption. It's important to note that while CBD has gained significant attention for its range of potential benefits, ongoing research is needed to substantiate these claims.
H4CBD, or tetrahydrocannabinodiol, is a modified form of CBD, achieved by adding four hydrogen atoms to the CBD molecule. There's limited research on H4CBD, but one study from 2006 suggests it may have up to 100 times the affinity for the CB1 receptor compared to CBD, though still not as high as THC. A 2017 review echoed this sentiment but did not offer new research. Users of H4CBD describe the experience as akin to taking a 2:1 CBD:THC product; it largely retains the non-intoxicating effects of CBD but adds a mild sense of intoxication that some find enjoyable. H4CBD is available as a golden-colored distillate.
H4CBD is unique for its potentially higher potency in binding to the CB1 receptor when compared to traditional CBD, according to limited scientific research. This cannabinoid comes in a golden-colored distillate form and is noted for providing mellow effects that could be considered mildly intoxicating for some users. These attributes make H4CBD an intriguing compound for those interested in exploring cannabinoids with a different profile than CBD.