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What is D9-O

D9-O is another type of Delta-9 THC, but with the addition of acetate. The “O” after the D9 represents its chemical composition—in other words, the molecule has been altered to include an acetate. D9-O is made with CBD from hemp plants and undergoes a chemical reaction where an acetate is added to the compound for stability and to influence how fast it gets absorbed by your body. D9-O is said to take a while to kick in, but offers a stronger high than regular Delta-9 THC. 

Common Effects of D9-O

  • Relieves stress
  • Reduces anxiety
  • Alleviates physical tension

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What is THCP-O

THCP-O is made from the phytocannabinoid THC-P. Like with other “O” cannabinoids, this one has been chemically modified with the help of acetate. We know that the addition of acetate to THC molecules increases the strength and bioavailability, and that is certainly true for THCP-O. You can expect to be very stoned, with deep physical relaxation and relief from muscular tension. 

Common Effects of THCP-O

  • Reduces muscle tension
  • Lowers stress and anxiety
  • Heavy sedation

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What is 11-hydroxy-THC

When we consume Delta-9 THC, it metabolizes into 11-hydroxy-THC in our bodies, pushing the psychoactive effect to the next level. It is considered to be about three times more potent than Delta-9. 11-hydroxy-THC is only available in your body, and it is the metabolite of THC that your body produces after consumption. If you want to feel the effects of 11-hydroxy-THC as intensely as possible, eat edibles instead of smoking because edibles go through your digestive system and are metabolized more intensely. 

Common Effects of 11-hydroxy-THC

  • Long-lasting high
  • Battles chronic pain
  • Reduces insomnia

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What is THC-JD

THC-JD has eight carbon chains compared to THC’s five. As we have seen in other cases where this occurred, the extra bond strengthens its effect on CB1 receptors. Although research is extremely limited, it’s believed that THC-JD is up to 19 times stronger than Delta-9 THC and possibly 25 times more potent than D8. It’s very strong, and users should start with a smaller amount until they are comfortable with its effects.

Common Effects of THC-JD

  • Euphoric high
  • Strong cerebral effects
  • Full body relaxation

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What is THC-B

The effects of THC-B are quite similar to Delta-9 THC. But, THC-B particularly targets issues of pain and insomnia in users. THC-JD is also much like Delta-9, but with more intensity. It’s said to provide more of an indica-like effect than a sativa-like effect. You can expect sedation over an energy burst. THC-B functions similarly to standard THC, but current research suggests that it might be somewhat stronger in its binding ability to the endocannabinoid system. 

Common Effects of THC-B

  • Sedation
  • Pain relief
  • Relaxation

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What is THC-H

THC-H has one particular characteristic in its chemical makeup that sets it apart from standard THC. THC-H has what is called an “n-hexyl chain” on its side. This chain results from hydrogen and carbon combining to create hexane, usually due to the loss of hydrogen atoms. There is not much research on how THC-H binds to the endocannabinoid system in humans, but in mice, it was found to react with their brains in such a way that it blocked pain transmitters. THC-H is also quite similar to Delta-9 THC; it boosts your mood and aids relaxation.

Common Effects of THC-H

  • Reduced pain response
  • Deep relaxation
  • Elevates happy, joyful mood

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What is THC-P

THC-P is a phytocannabinoid, and its defining element is the carbon tail in its chemical compound. It has a tail of seven carbons, putting it above a standard Delta-9 THC compound by two. Because of its carbon tail, THC-P can also bind to the endocannabinoid system more strongly than standard THC and even more strongly than THC-O. THC-P is also more potent than Delta-9 THC, but only slightly. 

Common Effects of THC-P

  • Euphoria
  • Mild sedation
  • Reduced stress

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What is HHC-P

HHC-P is made by altering HHC, which changes how it reacts with the endocannabinoid receptors. The result is that HHC-P offers a more psychoactive high than HHC and is believed to be as much as 10 times more potent. In moderate doses, HHC-P mimics the effects of the Delta-9 THC, and in larger doses will offer a very robust stoning effect with physical and mental effects.

Common Effects of HHC-P

  • Alleviates pain
  • Battles insomnia
  • Deep euphoria

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What is THC-O

THC-O belongs to the THC family but includes the addition of acetate to the THC molecule. This seemingly minor detail intensifies the potency of the THC, offering a near-psychedelic experience. THC-O is believed to be three times more potent than THC, though it offers similar (but stronger) effects. 

Common Effects of THC-O

  • Anti-anxiety
  • Anti-nausea
  • Full body relaxation

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What is HHC-O

HHC-O is made from HHC, with an added acetate representing the “O” at the end of the acronym. Typically, when acetate is added to a cannabinoid molecule, it increases its potency. That’s the case with HHC-O, and although it’s still fairly mild compared to some cannabinoids, it’s stronger than HHC.

Common Effects of HHC-O

  • Euphoria
  • Physical relaxation
  • Reduced anxiety

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What is HHC

HHC doesn’t sound like a cannabinoid, and it isn’t a member of the THC family. Yet, it's hemp-derived and binds to receptors in the endocannabinoid system to produce a mild high. It’s not quite as strong as Delta-8, but it will still get you high. HHC is a lovely addition to any vape pen, pre-roll, or edible to add soothing, lightly stoney effects.

Common Effects of HHC

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