What Is THCO and THCP?
THC-O-acetate has become increasingly available as a recreational product, initially in the USA but subsequently in other countries also. It may be produced from extracts of psychoactive strains of cannabis in states where this is permitted, in which case the product will be primarily O-acetyl-Δ9-THC, but it is also commonly produced from Delta-8-THC which is synthesized from CBD. It's unconfirmed whether or not Delta-8-THCP is found naturally in cannabis plants, but likely is due to Delta-8-THC itself being a degraded form of Delta-9-THC. THCP has approximately double the binding affinity at the CB1 receptor. Enjoy this product responsible with friends and or family.
What is HHC?
HHC is a THC relative long known to science, but until recently not often discussed by cannabis users. HHC is a minor cannabinoid; it occurs naturally in cannabis, but in amounts too small to make extraction cost-effective. Since commercial production of HHC is just getting off the ground, it’s still not widely known.
Most cannabinoids can be converted to other cannabinoids by altering the chemistry of the molecules. Like delta 8 THC and delta 10 THC, commercial HHC is made from hemp-derived CBD in a lab through chemical processes. HHC has one major legal advantage over delta 8 and delta 10: it isn’t called THC.