HHC, an illegal substance
What is HHC?
HHC, of its scientific name hexahydrocannabinol, is a molecule present in very small quantities in hemp plant. It is a cannabinoid, like CBD, CBN or THC.
The HHC as we know it today was recreated in laboratory by an American chemist named Roger Adams in 1944.
This slightly special synthetic compound was obtained thanks to the hydrogenation of a THC molecule (delta-9-THC).
Despite its age, HHC has not been studied at all. He was set aside for research on CBD or THC. So we know too little about this chemical compound.
HHC, a gray area substance?
According to several pharmacologists, HHC is a Cyclohexyphenol substance, and according to legislation, this category of substance is considered as amazing. Given the nature of this product, if a judge asks a pharmacologist/scientific if the HHC is a Cyclohexyphenol and its answer is yes, then the case will be completed and you will be recognized in possession of narcotics.
We therefore do not recommend the sale as well as the purchase of CBD containing HHC, it has been verified that this molecule has psychoactive properties and that is not what we are looking for when we consume CBD.