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What is kratom used for?
Kratom is an herbal compound commonly used to treat the symptoms of anxiety, depression, restlessness, and sleep disorder. They are available in the form of powder and capsules.
Is kratom safe?
Kratom is 100% safe to use but only when it is taken under a doctor’s supervision as overdosing can always take a toll on your mental and physical health. It may show some side effects at the initial stage but are milder in nature.
Is kratom addiction or concern?
It is certainly possible to be addicted to kratom when they are taken on a regular basis. But as soon as you are taking it in the recommended quantity, it will not show any negative impact on your health and you’re good to go.
What are the different effects of kratom?
Although kratom is safe to use if consumed in a proper manner, it can show its side effects if you’re choosing to overdose it. It can cause you sweating, laziness, restlessness, and even something as serious as liver damage. Therefore, it is highly recommended to use it as prescribed by doctors.
What is HHC?
HHC stands for hexahydrocannabinol. It’s one of the latest cannabinoids that has reached the hemp-derived market
Is HHC a Synthetic Cannabinoid?
Even though creating sufficient amounts of HHC involves a lab process to synthesize it using hydrogenation, it is still not synthetic. That’s because HHC naturally exists in cannabis plants, but its scarcity in the cannabis plant is why manufacturers use advanced methods to acquire usable amounts of cannabinoids. Synthetic cannabinoids are manufactured in labs and do not exist in any plants. Therefore, HHC is not considered a synthetic cannabinoid.
Effects of HHC
HHC produces very similar effects to Delta 9 THC, but as marijuana remains federally illegal, those who can’t legally buy psychoactive cannabis plants opt for hemp derivatives. HHC is stronger than Delta 8 THC but less psychoactive than THC-O.
What is THC-O?
THC-O, short for tetrahydrocannabinol acetate, is a manufactured analog of THC, meaning it’s a synthetic cannabinoid. THC-O is another cannabinoid becoming a hit on the market, and one of the reasons is its increased potency. THC-O is three times stronger than Delta 9 THC in marijuana. Its popularity is also due to its legality. Manufacturers create THC-O from federally legal hemp with less than 0.3% THC. They begin by extracting CBD from hemp, converting it to Delta 8 THC, and using the organic solvent acetic anhydride to make THC-O. Although lab-made, technically, it’s still hemp-derived, and per federal law, hemp-derivatives with no more than 0.3% THC are legal.
Is THC-O a Synthetic Cannabinoid?
THC-O is an artificial analog of THC, so it’s lab-made and synthetic. However, unlike other famous and dangerous synthetic cannabinoids such as Spice and K2, it’s structurally almost identical to Delta 9 THC. Other synthetic cannabinoids were utterly different from natural cannabis compounds. Therefore, they worked differently and unexpectedly on the human body and mind.
Effects of THC-O
As mentioned above, THC-O is much more potent than Delta 9 THC, so that it can produce a much stronger high than marijuana. That’s why, when you first consume the cannabinoid, start with smaller doses so that you don’t go overboard. Then, wait for its effects for at least 30 minutes, see how it affects your body and mind, and increase the intake if needed to experience desired results.
What is Delta 8 THC?
Delta 8 THC is another famous cannabinoid on the hemp market, but it’s been popular much longer than HHC, and THC-O and Delta 8 THC infused products are widely available. As one of the variants of THC, it shares many similarities with Delta 9 THC but is still notably different in many ways,