Best HHC Product Deals – Black Friday 2021

Black Friday is just around the corner and you know what that means – deals! Let’s take a quick look at the newest cannabinoid to hit the store shelves, HHC. Although not very well-known, you can already find some fun recreational items like vape carts, disposables, edibles, and tinctures. Continue reading to learn more about this compound, how it works, what the benefits are, and where you find these exciting products.

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What is HHC?

Honestly, the available information on HHC, scientifically known as 9-Nor-9β-hydroxyhexahydrocannabinol, is extremely limited and somewhat contradicting. Let’s start with whether it’s natural or synthetic: well, it can be both. There is a biologically active naturally occuring (−)-hexahydrocannabinol, as well as its synthetic enantiomer (+)-hexahydrocannabinol.

As the name suggests (Hexahydrocannabinol vs Tetrahydrocannabinol), HHC has many similarities to THC. Simply putHHC is a simplified version of Delta 9 THC without any double bonds. With HHC, all the double bonds have been broken and replaced with hydrogen (AKA hydrogenation). Both HHC and D9 have very similar molecular structures and comparable effects. It was discovered during research in the 1960s and 70s which aimed to find the most basic cannabinoid-like substances that could still bind to CB receptors.

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Kyle Ray, Chief Operating Officer at Colorado Chromatography Labs, says his company recently filed a process patent for the development of Hemp derived Hexahydrocannabinol (HHC). According to Ray, “Cannabis indica was collected from five different localities of Pakistan and analyzed for medicinally active compounds by GC-MS. The biologically active chemical compounds amongst the naturally occurring cannabinoids are delta 9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD) which were present in all samples in high percentage. The highest percentage of THC present was 23.84% and that of CBD was 54.48%.”

He added that, “Other cannabinoids quantified were: delta 9-tetrahydrocannabivarin (THCV), cannabivarin (CBV), cannabichromene (CBC), cannabipinol (CBP), cannabigerol (CBG), hexahydrocannabinol (HHC), and cannabinol (CBN). The main objective of the study was to investigate biologically active compounds of Cannabis sp. from various localities.”

HHC and drug testing

When it comes to cannabis, standard urine tests are common for detecting use ranging from roughly 1 to 45 days. Occasional users will typically be clean after 1-5 days, regular light users will take about 1-3 weeks, and for heavy daily users, expect 4 to 6 weeks to get clean.

Contrary to popular belief, standard urine tests don’t screen for the THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) in cannabis, but rather, they detect the metabolites created by the human body when we are exposed to THC. This class of metabolites is known as THC-COOH. These metabolites are nonactive, so drug tests are only measuring exposure, NOT impairment. Marijuana impairment cannot be detected through any kind of test thus far.

THC-COOH, or “carboxy THC” is the most common name for this metabolite. It’s the second THC-metabolite formed in our bodies, following hydroxy-THC, immediately after exposure. THC-COOH is lipid-soluble, meaning it’s stored in our fat cells making it detectable in our systems for much longer than other substances, those that are water soluble for example.

Since HHC and Delta-9 THC don’t share the exact same structure, HHC might not show up on drug tests, which makes it very attractive for some audiences. However, as this theory never been tested, it’s better to be safe than sorry… So don’t use HHC carts if you need to pass a drug test anytime soon.

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Despite being relatively new to the cannabis scene, HHC is steadily becoming one of the more popular alt cannabinoids in the consumer sector. That said, there aren’t really that many HHC products available, nor is there a lot of research or data to determine effects or whether it’s safe or not.

It’s assumed to be generally safe, as all naturally-derived cannabis compounds are. But since most of these minor cannabinoids only exist in trace amounts in the plants, they are often converted from other cannabinoids, like CBD, therefore, it’s no longer hemp-derived HHC, it is synthetic HHC.

With so many new products, brands, and companies on the market, it’s hard to know exactly which products have true, lasting quality and potential, as opposed to the low budget passing fads. If you’re willing to experiment a bit and test some stuff out, there are quite a few options as far as recreational HHC products.

Companies like Binoids, Delta Extrax, Barely Legal Hemp, and many others are already trying to corner this market with HHC vape carts, disposables, tinctures, and gummies. Many users describe HHC as feeling very similar to Delta 9 THC but more uplifting, floaty, and euphoric. Overall, it has been well-received by most in the community and industry.

Best HHC Black Friday Deals:

HHC Vape Cartridges – Only $24/Cart

HHC Vape Cartridges – Only $24/Cart

Want to save big on HHC vape cartridges? Get 30% discount on the 4 pack and the 8 pack bundles using the Black Friday BF30 coupon code!

Both bundles include the following HHC carts: Sunset Sherbert (Indica), Hawaiian Sunrise (Sativa), Cali Gold (Hybrid) and Lucid Blue (Sativa). Choose the 8-pack to get the biggest discount!

Each HHC vape cartridge contains 94% HHC distillate and 6% cannabis based terpenes, resulting in a intense mental and physical buzz.

TIP: Choose the 8-pack and get an additional 30% discount using the BF30 coupon code. That’s only $24/cart, a great price for these new HHC vape cartridges!

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(With ‘BF30’ coupon code)

Black Friday Deal: 35% Discount On HHC Hydro Collection

35% Discount On HHC Products

Everyone is talking about HHC, the new cannabinoid that is almost identical to THC, but to the fact it is not showing up in drug tests… Just in time for Black Friday the HHC Hydro Collection is offered for a 35% discount, allowing you to stock up on [premium HHC products.

If you never tried HHC before, your best choice is the Hydro Collection. Blended with carefully selected terpenes, it is a great product to experience the unique benefits of this new cannabinoid.

STARTING SOON: Black Friday deal – 35% discount site-wide with the 35Testers coupon code. This deal will run from the 11/25 to the 11/29.

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Choose between vape cartridges (Blue Widow – Sativa and Cheey Pie – Hybrid) and disposables (God’s Gift – Indica and Purple Punch – Hybrid)

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TIP: Take advantage of this SITE-WIDE promotion to stock-up on HHC, THC-O, THC-P, Delta 10 and even Delta-9 THC products!

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Black Friday Deal: 50% Discount On HHC Gummies

50% Discount On HHC Gummies

With 20mg in each gummy, 500mg total, this product is a great choice for anyone looking to experience what HHC is all about. This new cannabinoid, which is almost the same as Delta-9 THC, is the new hot trend, as it is both potent but at the same time, not detected by drug-tests

Choose between 500 mg (25 pack) and 200 mg (10 pack ).

Currently, as-part-of Black Friday deals you can get it with a 50% discount!

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HHC Moon Rocks, Hash and Flowers

In the cannabis space is it a tradition to begin with a flower and to end with a flower, afterall, this is where all good things come from… While HHC is not a nnaturally occurring cannabinoid, so it can’t be extracted from hemp or cannabis, it can be infused with such: HHC infused hemp flowers, HHC Hash and HHC Moon Rocks.

Comming from Boston Hempire, a company known for being quick in developing infused THC products, you can expect these new HHC products to be both effective and affordable. If you happen to love hash or moonrocks, this website is a great source for all things infused products. Try them!

Click HERE to get HHC Hash, HHC Moon Rocks & HHC Flower

Click HERE to get HHC Hash, HHC Moon Rocks & HHC Flower


HHC Black Friday deals – More to come

As mentioned before, HHC is very new in the retail sector so the list of Black Friday deals is a bit shorter than we normally provide. However, these are some solid products to get a taste of what’s to come with this exciting compound. If you have anything you feel like we should add, drop us a line in the comment section below and let us know!

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Does HHC Show Up On a Drug Test?

For many potential cannabis consumers, drug testing at their place of employment or in some other important area of their lives is the determining factor in whether they use cannabis products or not.

I have quite a few friends myself who would smoke cannabis regularly if they weren’t getting drug tested at work. The new HHC trend has many people wondering if they can get away with smoking this chemically similar version of THC and still keep their jobs. Will a drug test detect HHC the same way it detects Delta-9 THC? Let’s investigate.

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What is HHC?

Honestly, the available information on HHC (hydroxyhexahydrocannabinol) is extremely limited at this point.  Let’s start with whether it’s natural or synthetic – technically, it can be both. There is a biologically active naturally occurring (−)-hexahydrocannabinol, as well as its synthetic enantiomer (+)-hexahydrocannabinol. The synthetic HHC, which can be found in spice, has the chemical formula: 9-Nor-9β-hydroxyhexahydrocannabinol, and the natural variety, found in trace amounts in cannabis pollen, goes by the formula: 6aR,9R,10aR-Hexahydrocannabinol.

Simply put, HHC is a simplified version of Delta 9 THC without any double bonds. With HHC, all the double bonds have been broken and replaced with hydrogen (AKA hydrogenation). Both HHC and D9 have very similar molecular structures and comparable effects. It was discovered during research in the 1960s and 70s which aimed to find the most basic cannabinoid-like substances that could still bind to CB receptors.

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Kyle Ray, Chief Operating Officer at Colorado Chromatography Labs, says his company recently filed a process patent for the development of Hemp derived Hexahydrocannabinol (HHC). According to Ray, “Cannabis indica was collected from five different localities of Pakistan and analyzed for medicinally active compounds by GC-MS. The biologically active chemical compounds amongst the naturally occurring cannabinoids are delta 9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD) which were present in all samples in high percentage. The highest percentage of THC present was 23.84% and that of CBD was 54.48%.”

He added that, “Other cannabinoids quantified were: delta 9-tetrahydrocannabivarin (THCV), cannabivarin (CBV), cannabichromene (CBC), cannabipinol (CBP), cannabigerol (CBG), hexahydrocannabinol (HHCBN), cannabinol (CBN). The main objective of the study was to investigate biologically active compounds of Cannabis sp. from various localities.”

Drug Testing

When it comes to cannabis, standard urine tests are used to detect use ranging from roughly 1 to 45 days. Occasional users will typically be clean after 1-5 days, regular light users will take about 1-3 weeks, and for heavy daily users, expect 4 to 6 weeks to get clean.

Contrary to popular belief, standard urine tests don’t screen for the THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) in cannabis, but rather, they detect the metabolites created by the human body when we are exposed to THC. This class of metabolites is known as THC-COOH. These metabolites are nonactive, so drug tests are only measuring exposure, NOT impairment. Marijuana impairment cannot be detected through any kind of test thus far.

THC-COOH, or “carboxy THC” is the most common name for this metabolite. It’s the second THC-metabolite formed in our bodies, following hydroxy-THC, immediately after exposure. THC-COOH is lipid-soluble, meaning it’s stored in our fat cells making it detectable in our systems for much longer than other substances, those that are water soluble for example.

False Positives

According to the minimal existing research in animal models, HHC metabolizes into compounds similar to THC-COOH, but the metabolites but the HHC versions of them:  8alpha-hydroxy-HHC and 8beta-hydroxy-HHC. The question now, is could these HHC version of metabolites give a “false positive” for THC metabolites on a standard drug test?

As per the study: “The results from HHC were very similar to those from THC, namely hydroxylation at C-11 in most species, and the production of high concentrations of 8alpha-hydroxy-HHC in the mouse and 8beta-hydroxy-HHC in the hamster. As this molecule lacks the double bond of the THCs and, hence, the allylic nature of C-11 and C-8, the results suggest that it is the orientation of the molecule to the active site of the cytochrome P-450 mixed-function oxidase rather than the reactivity of the C-H bond that governs the position of hydroxylation”

“Hexahydrocannabinol Metabolites produced from five of the species are listed in Table 9. The profiles were again very different from each other, but show the same general trends to those observed for the other cannabinoids. Thus, 11-hydroxylation dominated the profile from rat, rabbit and guinea pig and 8alpha-hydroxylation was very abundant in the mouse. Once again the hamster produced the 8beta-hydroxy metabolite as the major compound and the guinea pig produced substantial concentrations of side-chain hydroxylated metabolites.”

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While this information is certainly valuable, it does present a slight issue. If HHC metabolizes into 8alpha-hydroxy-HHC in the mouse, and 8beta-hydroxy-HHC, it’s likely this compound will become a slightly different metabolite in humans.

HHC & Drug Test: What is the Final Verdict?

So far, I gave you a bunch of information about HHC and drug testing but didn’t answer the main question of the article: Does HHC show up on a drug test or not? Short answer, we don’t know yet. Anecdotal evidence as well as numerous first-hand accounts I found online claim that it does NOT trigger a positive. However, I have not tested this myself, nor have I been able to find any official research or documentation on the matter.

That being said, there is also a strong possibility that even if HHC doesn’t make you pop on a test, your product could contain traces of other compounds that will, such as Delta 8 or Delta 9 THC. If you have anything important riding on your drug test, it’s best to abstain from all cannabis products to be on the safe side.

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What Is HHC (Hexahydrocannabinol) and Is It Safe To Use?

The race is on to discover and develop new, more potent cannabinoids. It seems like everywhere you look there are novel compounds, different types of THC, or various cannabis synthetics hitting center stage. For the most part, these compounds have been met with initial interest that eventually wavers, so longevity in these markets is questionable. The latest on the market is hexahydrocannabinol, or HHC,

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What is HHC?

Honestly, the available information on HHC, scientifically known as 9-Nor-9β-hydroxyhexahydrocannabinol, is extremely limited and somewhat contradicting. Let’s start with whether it’s natural or synthetic: well, it can be both. There is a biologically active naturally occuring (−)-hexahydrocannabinol, as well as its synthetic enantiomer (+)-hexahydrocannabinol – the latter being what you’ll find in consumer products since natural HHC is only present in very trace amounts.

As the name suggests (Hexahydrocannabinol vs Tetrahydrocannabinol), HHC has many similarities to THC. It’s basically a simplified version of Delta 9 THC. Both HHC and THC have very similar molecular structures and comparable effects. It was discovered during research in the 1960s and 70s in which the goal was to find the most basic cannabinoid-like substances that could still bind to CB receptors.

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HHC Vape Cartridges Sunset Sherbert
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Very limited studies indicate that HHC has a decent safety profile in animal models and that it could have some medical potential, but we’ll get more into that a bit later. However, claims made by retailers regarding its legality and where it comes from are misleading at best.

What the Retailers Say

Let me start by saying that not many retailers are selling HHC yet. As a matter of fact, I’ve been able to find only three so far. All three of them have almost the exact same description on their sites for HHC, claiming that it is a naturally derived compound (found in cannabis pollen), extracted from hemp and federally legal.

I personally could not find anything to support the claim that HHC is found in cannabis pollen, or where exactly in the plant it’s found in highest concentrations. Also, what you’re getting in an HHC vape cart is a synthetic, as it would take way too much plant matter to extract a noticeable amount of this cannabinoid.

And because it’s synthetic, it’s also likely not legal. Because a version of the compound is naturally derived, that could fall under the industrial hemp legal loophole. The unnatural enantiomer of HHC is illegal because it is created using a chemical catalyst.

It’s important to remember that retailers might not always have all the information about rare and specialty cannabinoids. Their goal is to sell, so naturally, they will try to paint their new products in the most favorable light. This why you have to do your own research before trying new things, just because a statement is posted on a retailers website does not necessarily mean it’s true.

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Cancer Research

As far as HHC research goes, it’s nearly non-existent. However, both natural and synthetic cannabinoids have been found to suppress tumor growth in numerous different animal studies. One study in particular examined the angiogenic effects of several hexahydrocannabinol analogs to see how they can be used in cancer therapies.

As per the study: “Two analogs LYR-7 [(9S)-3,6,6,9-tetramethyl-6a,7,8,9,10,10a-hexahydro-6H-benzo[c]chromen-1-ol] and LYR-8 [(1-((9S)-1-hydroxy-6,6,9-trimethyl-6a,7,8,9,10,10a-hexahydro-6H-benzo[c]chromen-2-yl)ethanone)] were selected based on their anti-angiogenic activity and lack of binding affinity for cannabinoid receptors. Both LYR-7 and LYR-8 inhibited VEGF-induced proliferation, migration, and capillary-like tube formation of HUVECs in a concentration-dependent manner.”

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“The inhibitory effect of the compounds on cell proliferation was more selective in endothelial cells than in breast cancer cells (MCF-7 and tamoxifen-resistant MCF-7). We also noted effective inhibition of VEGF-induced new blood vessel formation by the compounds in the in vivo chick chorioallantoic membrane (CAM) assay. Furthermore, both LYR analogs potently inhibited VEGF production and NF-κB transcriptional activity in cancer cells.”

“Additionally, LYR-7 or LYR-8 strongly inhibited breast cancer cell-induced angiogenesis and tumor growth. Together, these results suggest that novel synthetic hexahydrocannabinol analogs, LYR-7 and LYR-8, inhibit tumor growth by targeting VEGF-mediated angiogenesis signaling in endothelial cells and suppressing VEGF production and cancer cell growth.”

Simply put, these compounds block the growth of the blood vessels that feed tumors, rather than blocking growth of the tumor itself. So, it basically works as an angiogenesis inhibitor that starves any tumors.

Final Thoughts – HHC

Again, since research on HHC is so limited on this cannabinoid, there really is very little for me to share with you all. However, since it is being sold online already, you will have to do your due diligence and make sure that the product you’re getting is safe and the company you’re buying it from is legit. Other than that, we will continue to make updates to this article as more information on hexahydrocannabinol becomes available, so check back periodically for more.

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