cbd.com/glossary/hhc/" data-gt-translate-attributes='[{"attribute":"data-cmtooltip", "format":"html"}]'>HHC was first created back in 1944 by American Chemist Roger Adams when he first added hydron molecules to cbd.com/glossary/delta-9/" data-gt-translate-attributes='[{"attribute":"data-cmtooltip", "format":"html"}]'>Delta-9 THC. This process also known as hydrogenation, converts to hexahydrocannabinol (cbd.com/glossary/hhc/" data-gt-translate-attributes='[{"attribute":"data-cmtooltip", "format":"html"}]'>HHC) This process is the same way that vegetable oil is converted to margarine. While Adams created cbd.com/glossary/hhc/" data-gt-translate-attributes='[{"attribute":"data-cmtooltip", "format":"html"}]'>HHC from conventional cannabis-derived THC, now the process begins with hemp, the low THC cannabis plant that was made federally legal by congress through the 2018 Farm Bill. HHC is one of the newer cannabinoids sweeping the nation. When taking a dose of HHC it can feel similar to a milder dose (70-80%) of traditional THC although it is not actually THC. In fact, it is comprised of a group of natural cannabinoids associated with the Hemp Plant.

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