• Delta-8 THC

    Delta 8 THC is similar to D9 THC in its effects but is considered less potent than D9 THC. CBD is extracted from legal hemp and converted to D8 through a process called isomerization (this process has been around for decades). D8 is an isomer of CBD, meaning the CBD molecule can be rearranged to create D8 THC.

  • Delta-9 THC

    Delta 9 is the same THC as marijuana. It can sold in some states legally or legally by volumes of under 0.3%.

  • Delta-10 THC

    Delta 10 THC is similar to D9 THC but less potent than both D9 and D8 THC. D10 is made through the same process as D8 as it is a compound that has a structure similar to it, but has a different component. It is then, like D8, rearranged to create D10 THC.

The primary difference between the 3 cannabinoids on a chemical level is where the double bond is located.

  • THC-A

    THCA, a psychoactive compound that transforms into THC when lit, delivering an intense euphoric experience akin to medical marijuana. THCA flower is a testament to meticulous cultivation practices, ensuring it is naturally grown without any treatments or sprays. The health benefits provided by THCA are most well absorbed by the body through a raw method of consumption such as cannabis juicing.

  • HHC

    HHC is not a THC compound, which is why this could possibly elude a drug test. HHC has THC like effects, it is less potent than D9, weighting more heavily on relaxation vs. stimulation. HHC is made by adding hydrogen to D8 THC, in a process called hydrogenation, which converts D8 THC to HHC. The main difference between HHC and THC is in the bonds. HHC is THC without any double bonds in its chemical structure, all the double bonds have been broken and replaced with hydrogen. HHC is the most stable, it’s resistant to heat and UV radiation and has a substantially longer shelf life than THC.