This tasty Honeyroot Extrax blend includes various well-known yet distinct Hemp strains. You’ll appreciate the delectable Terpenes we employ to create great-tasting tastes. The fact that we use 2 grams of a combination of Living Resin HHC, HHC-O, and HHC-P is the game changer.
HHC is an abbreviation for Hexahydrocannabinol, which is derived from the Hemp plant’s pollen and seeds. It’s also Hemp compliant, which means it has less than 0.3% Delta-9 THC. In rare situations, HHC may contain undetectable levels of THC. This suggests there was insufficient THC to be detected in a lab test. Moreover, HHC, like THC, is psychotropic. Banana Kush strain
HHC, similar THC, is hallucinogenic, that implies it has the power to either get people euphoric. The effects vary, but it’s fairly similar to THC, although it’s been said to be considerably more euphoric. In other sense, HHC is very psychoactive, and the feeling is more akin to Delta-9 THC than Delta-8 THC.
HHC-P is an abbreviation for Hexahydrocannabiphorol, and it is extremely similar to its THC cousin, THCP. Although being a relatively novel cannabinoid, it is far more powerful than ordinary HHC or HHC-O Acetate. Nevertheless, when mixed with the variants of HHC, it creates a one-of-a-kind experience.
Indica, Sativa, and Hybrid are the three basic strains in HHC. Think “on the couch” when you think about Indica since it is connected with relaxation. Indica is also best used at night or when you have a few hours to unwind. Indica strains have the same potency as hemp-derived Sativa or hybrid strains.
The extraction of cannabinoids from frozen Hemp plants is known as live resin. This produces more strong cannabinoids with a nicer taste and is more closer to the original extract. This extraction method is included in our Honeyroot Extrax Collection.
Just like HHC, HHC-O is made using the extracts from the pollen and seeds of the Hemp plant. However, the major difference is in the Acetate process which gives it an “O” in HHC-O. This is a process that is known for making HHC up to 1.5 times stronger than regular HHC.
OG-kush has a high THC content but a low CBD content. It’s high in terpene profiles including b-caryophyllene, myrcene, and limonene. These are the terpenes that are required to stimulate hunger. This strain not only makes you hungry, but it also gives you a comfortable and warm high.