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Yes, hexahydrocannabinol (HHC) can get you high. Not much is known about HHC, but users have reported that it causes a mild feeling of intoxication.
The appearance of HHC plants is different from that of CBD plants. HHC flowers look much smaller and less beautiful than CBD flowers. In order for the HHC distillate to be evenly distributed over the buds, they must first be crushed.
There are few solid studies confirming the safety of HHC. Due to the lack of research on HHC, the side effects of HHC are unknown.
HHC is available in vape form. Vaping any product containing HHC can lead to side effects and health concerns. The health effects of e-cigarettes are not yet known and may not be safe without nicotine.
Due to the lack of research on HHC, there is no consensus on whether HHC is beneficial.
HHC works like other cannabinoids by interacting with the endocannabinoid system. Your endocannabinoid system regulates important bodily functions, including:
Cannabinoids affect the endocannabinoid system by binding to endocannabinoid receptors. HHC binds to the CB1 receptors, mainly located in the central nervous system. However, it is not known what effects it produces when it binds to these receptors, nor is it known if it has any health benefits.
There are no studies on how long the effects of HHC last. However, anecdotally, people report that the effects last longer than regular THC or cannabis – they usually feel high for longer.