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HHC: ATLRx’s New Cannabinoid Family Member

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HHC: ATLRx's New Cannabinoid Family Member

HHC or Hexahydrocannabinol is one of the latest cannabinoids to land in the industry. For many cannabinoids, the industry is treating them like they’re “new,” but this cannabinoid has seen a ton of fortnights—similar to THC-O, it bided its time. It sounds pretentious, I know. The industry has found a better way to isolate and extract trace amounts of a cannabinoid to become a complete product. It’s an analog, similar to the rest of the cannabinoids. Roger Adams was ahead of the curb when he first synthesized HHC from THC in 1947. However, HHC is naturally occurring in your traditional marijuana in trace amounts. So, if you’ve had a run with traditional marijuana—you’ve had HHC. This cannabinoid is layered; there are a total of ten isomers of HHC. What separates HHC is its stability and viability surpass the rest (Delta-8, Delta-10, THC-V, and THC-O) with flying colors. It’s the bomb…shelter choice because it can handle those conditions.

Layman’s Term: THC + extreme pressure + hydrogen + palladium = HHC

HHC has a chemical structure similar to THC; the difference is that HHC doesn’t have any double bonds within its structure. Traditional THC holds a double bond of protected hydrogen, so hydrogen doesn’t flood the molecule, changing the chemical structure. HHC breaks the double bond during hydrogenation, replacing the double bond with two extra hydrogen atoms. It seems a bit brutal, but the results are something else. THC reconstruction gives HHC its stability—it’s the saturation within the molecules that prevents oxidation. Structurally, HHC is the polar opposite of CBN, which is found in ATLRx’s sleep gummies.

HHC has been praised for its longevity, staying stable in rigorous conditions. So, if there is a time in the future where the nuclear fallout has begun—make sure that you have HHC within reach. I have a bomb shelter set-up with mountain dew, frozen breakfast burritos, a Gamegear (DC Charger included), and a lawn chair. I’m working on it; Rome wasn’t built in a day, you know what I mean. HHC’s chemical structure makes it age like a Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, making it an item to stock up on, properly store. Even if you leave it roasting in your car for a couple of hours—you will not be losing quality or any noticeable quantity. I left it in my car for three hours on a scorching Atlanta “fall” day in September. one of the molecularly stable forms of THC, there is no degradation to the cannabinoid through heat or UV radiation. There was a deep sigh of relief when I realized everything was in its right place.

We here at ATLRx have made transparency our mission, using the purest of delta-8 distillate. We can promise you that nothing touches the shelves before we have tested it for pesticides, solvents and metals by a DEA-certified lab. We also make sure that the QR code takes you to your exact item’s batch lab report so you can see everything. We are all about transparency, so you can see everything. It’s important to note that due to the PACT ACT, we cannot mail vapes directly to households. In the meantime, HHC carts are available at both of our storefront locations on Ponce De Leon in Atlanta and Windward Parkway in Alpharetta. Come and see what the HHC buzz is all about!