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Premium HHC wax dabs, now available online! These wonderful HHC Dabs have 1 gram of premium HHC wax concentrate using a premium distillate! Available in 2 different terpene strains below.

  • 1 Gram
  • 2 Terpene Flavors
  • Premium HHC

Fruit Punch – Originates from crossing Skunk, Northern Lights, and Haze. Sativa Dominant

Pink Runtz – A phenotype of the original Runtz strain, which is a cross of Zkittlez and Gelato. Praised for it’s long lasting effects, this strain is a balanced hybrid.


ATLRx Concentrates such as Wax, Diamonds, & Dabs are to be used in traditional rigs or e-rigs and vaporized at extremely high temperatures. These products are NOT intended to be eaten, smoked traditionally or anything other than vaporized within dab rigs.

What are HHC Dabs?

Before diving into HHC dabs, knowing what HHC or hexahydrocannabinol is essential. HHC is a hydrogenated form of THC. Ultimately, it begins with a THC molecule oversaturated with hydrogen. The oversaturation causes the electron bonds to break, and two hydrogen atoms then replace the broken bonds. This stage drastically impacts the longevity of the molecule. Hydrogenation makes a molecule less susceptible to heat, UV light, or oxidation. So it’s the perfect cannabinoid to have during any nuclear fallout. An exciting way to think of hydration is that it is the same process used to convert vegetable oil to margarine.

HHC can be created from both Delta 8 THC and Delta 9 THC. The addition of hydrogen molecules makes Delta-9 THC more viable. However, it’s unlikely anyone is using Delta-9 THC, including in recreational and medicinal states. Like Georgia, the states that do not have access to traditional marijuana are more likely to have HHC derived from hemp. To convert CBD into HHC, a chemical reaction needs to occur with some help from acidic reagents and solvents. Delta-8 THC has its double bond removed and replaced by hydrogen molecules, and this saturation strengthens the molecule. This change is where the essential questions come in regarding safety, and rightfully so.



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HHC Dabs FAQ's

Are HHC Dabs Synthetic?

Yes, the discovery of HHC was made in the 1940s by Roger Adams, a world-renown American chemist who played an integral role in the cannabis industry and our government’s scientific community. He first isolated cannabidiol and was the first to synthesize cannabinoids, among many other achievements. HHC dabs involve chemical processing, making them semi-synthetic because HHC exists within both hemp and marijuana—however, it’s not enough to produce a large quantity. To do so, it does require these processes that involve conversions. Synthetic is a tainted word because of its long history in the US. More importantly, when we hear synthetic, we think of illegal products on an unlawful market without any regulation. Alternate cannabinoids cannot be neglected or thrown together in this industry’s kitchen. Despite the lack of federal regulation, it’s our job to provide you with a safe and premium product.

Are HHC Dabs Safe?

Yes, HHC Dabs are safe.

ATLRx takes safety precautions seriously. We do so by testing the product after every conversion to ensure it contains no metals, pesticides, solvents, or extra debris. We receive a crystal-clear distillate extracted using the cleanest and safest form, supercritical CO2 and ethanol. We then use a DEA-certified lab to ensure no missteps in the creation and testing. Nothing touches the ATLRx shelves without a perfect certificate of analysis. The COA (certificate of analysis) is then copied to a QR code placed onto ATLRx products packaging. In the unregulated CBD industry, we comply with the federal regulations and practices of recreational states, such as Colorado and Oregon, that have done it for a while. We notify law enforcement with each purchase, so there aren’t any mix-ups about legality. These seamless decisions set ATLRx apart from the industry, but transparency is the only option. Please be aware that concentrates are very potent.

Are HHC Dabs Legal?

Yes, HHC Dabs are legal.

Dabs are federally legal based on the Federal Farm Bill of 2018 since it is a hemp-derived product with a dry weight of 0.3% Delta-9 THC (the compound of traditional marijuana). HHC sits in the ambiguous gray area of the bill with the rest of the alternate cannabinoids, including isomers and derivatives from industrial hemp. The ongoing argument with Farm Bill is that officials put a pre-dated Federal Analogue Act into place in 1986. If this is overruled, it will make HHC a Schedule I drug.

How Strong are HHC Dabs?

HHC, which has been rolled out onto the market, is described as having similar potency to Delta-9 THC and being undetectable by drug tests. The latter wasn’t true, but HHC’s muscle is true. It’s roughly 80% the strength of Delta-9 THC. So ATLRx’s delicious Pink Runtz and Fruit Punch are potent—even for those who enjoy traditional marijuana.

What is the Consistency of an HHC Dab?

HHC undergoes a process called hydrogenation that oversaturates the cannabinoid with hydrogen molecules. As previously stated, it is the same process that margarine goes through. This process makes the concentrate thicker, like a budder you’d find out west. Budder is one of the more versatile forms of concentration because it can be used in joints and vaped. If you have ATLRx’s THC-O dabs, it’s a similar consistency. HHC dabs are fantastic, especially in Atlanta, because they do not degrade under UV light or undergo oxidation like other cannabinoids. The chemical bond makes them last for what seems like forever.

Will HHC Dabs Cause You to Fail a Drug Test?

Yes, HHC will trigger a positive test result for THC.