Do HHC Carts Get You High?

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HHC is one of the newest cannabinoids to take the cannabis market by storm. HHC has become almost as popular as other cannabinoids that have earned household notoriety such as THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (Cannabidiol). However, HHC (Hexahydrocannabinol) is not the same as either one of those familiar cannabinoids, as it has its own unique molecular structure and effects when you consume it.

HHC can be consumed similarly to other cannabinoid products such as edibles, vapes, and carts. But what is HHC? Is HHC safe to consume? How do you consume HHC? How do you consume HHC safely?

With every new cannabinoid that is introduced into the market, many questions surrounding the safety and efficacy of that cannabinoid quickly follow. It’s important that cannabis users are educated and informed about the cannabinoid products they’re using, and it’s even more important that companies are transparent about the cannabinoid products they’re selling to those consumers.

That’s why here at Delta Munchies, we’re dedicated to giving you as much information as possible about each cannabinoid and product that we offer. In this article, we’ll take a look at HHC carts, how HHC carts affect you, and if HHC carts get you high.

 

Key Takeaways

  • HHC is a hemp derived cannabinoid with psychoactive properties.
  • HHC vape carts can effectively get you high. Theis potency is somewhere between delta 8 and delta 9.
  • For potent and top-quality HHC vape carts, visit Delta Munchies.

 

What is HHC?

HHC (or Hexahydrocannabinol) is a hemp-derived cannabinoid that, when consumed, has similar effects to traditional cannabis, and in specific, Cannabis Sativa strains. While HHC has some similarities to THC in regard to how it makes users feel, HHC is not a form of THC at all.

HHC actually starts out as THC but is a result of a chemical reaction that occurs when THC is exposed to hydrogen molecules. Called hydrogenation, this process chemically converts the THC into HHC, giving it its own unique molecular structure and cannabinoid properties.

The experience of HHC has been compared to a “less intense” version of a Cannabis Sativa strain. HHC has been said to deliver the energy, buzz, and motivation of Sativa strains, just without the jitters or paranoia that can sometimes come from especially potent strains. Users have reported that HHC provides a more clear-headed experience and can function a lot better on HHC versus traditional cannabis. This makes HHC perfect for daytime and all-day use.

 

What are HHC Carts?

HHC carts are small glass chambers of concentrated HHC oil meant to screw into an external battery that will heat up the concentrate with inner coils until it reaches a high enough temperature to emit a vapor. When we inhale that vapor, we absorb the cannabinoid through our lungs where it enters our bloodstream and begins to deliver its specific effects.

The carts we’re most familiar with are THC carts, and HHC carts functionally work exactly the same as THC carts, just with a different cannabinoid oil inside.

 

Are HHC Carts Safe?

Yes, legitimate HHC carts are safe. With any cannabis product, the risk of running into counterfeit, fake, or compromised products (products that are cut with another substance) is prominent, especially for those who live in states with no dispensaries because cannabis is illegal in that area.

HHC is a natural cannabinoid and is safe when it is in a trustworthy and reliable product made by an equally trustworthy and reliable company. When trying any cannabinoid product, it’s important to do your research on the company you’re buying from as well as the cannabinoid you’re consuming.

Here at Delta Munchies, we’re proud to publicly post all of our lab results on every single product we sell. You’ll always know exactly what you’re getting here with assurances to back up that everything is safe to use!

 

What are the Effects of HHC Carts?

When looking into the effects of cannabinoids, it’s important to remember that every cannabinoid will affect each individual person completely differently based on a variety of factors. Your height, weight, age, tolerance, experience, and overall health will all play a role in how each cannabinoid will affect you.

While the information on HHC is still relatively limited due to murky legality which has stunted cannabis research, thankfully there is a wealth of anecdotal evidence that gives us a clear picture of what the effects of HHC look like:

  • Increased energy.
  • Increased motivation.
  • Feelings of creativity or inspiration.
  • A cerebral psychoactive experience.
  • Focus and clear-headedness.

The effects of HHC will also vary depending on how you consume HHC. You may have a different experience eating HHC gummies versus vaping an HHC cart. If you’re new to HHC, make sure you’re properly dosing your consumption so that you start slow until you find the sweet spot!

 

Benefits of HHC Carts

The benefits of HHC carts may vary as much as the effects of HHC carts, but there are a couple of advantages of using HHC carts over other methods of consumption, or even other cannabinoids in general.

  • HHC carts are discreet. If you’re someone who likes to use cannabis on the go, HHC carts are perfect as they’re small, easy to carry, and don’t smell like cannabis flower.
  • You can use HHC carts all day. Users have reported that they don’t experience the same weed “crash” after using HHC all day that they do when using traditional cannabis, making it perfect for days when you need to stay productive.
  • It delivers the energy without the jitters. Sometimes strong THC strains (especially Sativas) can induce feelings of paranoia in users who may have a lower tolerance for strong strains, but HHC has been reported to deliver the benefits of the energy without the uneasy feelings that sometimes come with it.

The benefits of HHC will depend on what you’re looking to use HHC for. If you’re looking to use it in place of traditional cannabis, it may give you a more balanced experience.

 

What Does HHC Feel Like?

Users have reported that a high on HHC feels very similar to a high on a Cannabis Sativa strain. Sativas are well known for their energetic and buzzy high. Users who enjoy Sativas generally use weed to “wake and bake” or use it throughout the day to give them energy for various recreational activities. However, there are some people that can be sensitive to Sativa strains which can cause some mild discomfort when the strain is smoked.

People who used HHC compared it to smoking a Sativa without the paranoia that can sometimes come with a potent strain that’s high in THC. HHC has been said to be uplifting, motivating, and can even help to stimulate creativity as it provides an energetic high with a more clear-headed feeling than traditional cannabis.

Users have also reported that HHC doesn’t cause a “crash” later in the day as strong THC strains can cause. People have been able to use HHC all day without “greening out” (or being so stoned you become sluggish and couch-locked) later on.

 

Do HHC Carts Get You High?

So, do HHC carts get you high? Yes, HHC carts will get you high. Since HHC carts contain a concentrated oil form of HHC that heats up into a vapor and is inhaled, the cannabinoid is absorbed by the bloodstream and carried to the brain where psychoactive experiences occur.

HHC is not considered as strong as traditional delta 9 THC, so if you’re someone who has a high tolerance for THC, you may not feel the effects as strongly as other people. Tolerance plays a huge factor in how high you’ll feel from certain cannabinoids. If you’re more experienced with one cannabinoid over another, the effects may vary.

 

Where to Buy HHC Carts Online

Since HHC is still relatively new to the mainstream cannabis market, the best place to find safe and reliable HHC is online. Some smoke shops or specialty stores may carry HHC products in larger cities where cannabis is legal or even where hemp-derived cannabinoids are legal, and if you are close to one of those stores, you can buy HHC in person. However, this may not be an accessible option for everyone in the United States as many states have large rural areas without access to these types of shops.

Here at Delta Munchies, we’ve poured countless hours into researching the safety, quality, and potency of HHC before ever creating our first HHC product. Our HHC carts are made with stainless steel and contain a medical-grade glass chamber that holds the purest HHC you can find.

 

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