THC Testers Needed – Get Paid To Try Cannabis Products!

THC Testers Needed: If you’re looking for the ultimate cannabis job, we have the perfect one for you. That’s right, not only will you get free cannabis products, but you will also get paid for it!

We are currently recruiting more THC Product Testers to try Delta 8, Delta 9, Delta 10, HHC, THC-P, THC-O, HHC-O & THCV products. As one of our testers, your job will be to try new cannabis products, which will be sent to your home, and post a detailed review.

This is a paid position perfect for experienced cannabis users.

THC Testers Needed: CBD Testers is currently looking for skilled and experienced cannabis users to try new cannabinod-based products. Once approved, our THC testers will get weekly samples of all the latest and trendiest cannabis and hemp products, such as vape carts, gummies, dabs, flowers, disposables, tinctures, topicals and more. In exchange, you will have to submit detailed reviews that will be post in CBD Testers website.

Beside skilled writer, we are also looking for people to do video reviews, that will be shared in our instagram channel.

If you want to get paid trying cannabis products, this is the ultimate opportunity for you!

How to become a THC Tester:

STEP #1: Subscribe below to the THC WEEKLY newsletter, as only registered users can be a tester. After subscribing, a detailed email will be sent with further instructions.

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Examples of products our THC testers are getting

As THC Testers, your job will be to submit a 1200-1500 word article to be publish in CBD Testers website, or a video that’s a few minutes long, to be shared in our instagram channel. Based on your reviews, we will pick the best products to feature in the THC Weekly newsletter, and even secure exclusive deals for our subscribers. Your work is important!

We have included a few samples of real products we are currently testing. These are exactly the kind of products you can expect to get, once approved as a tester. Please keep in mind it that is not a ‘free sample’ offer, but a real job opportunity. We are interested in people that are capable of doing several product reviews every month (2-4 times a month), and get paid for it… so subscribe today to get started!

The THC Weekly Newsletter
Based on your reviews, we will pick the products to feature in our newsletters.

Example #1:

High-Potency THC-P Vape Cartridges

(From the THC Weekly newsletter)

THC-P vape carts are one of the latest top-selling products, since they are so strong…

Based on the work of our THC testers, we have secured a 25% discount on both the 4-pack and the 8-pack THC-P vape cart bundles. Using our exclusive coupon code, the subscribers of the THC Weekly newsletter can now get this high-potency product, for lowest price anywhere! Using the information we are getting from testers like yourself, we can now feature the best availabe products with the lowest price anywhere!

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Example #2:

Vegan Hemp-Derived Delta-9 Gummies

(From the THC Weekly newsletter)

These Vegan Delta 9 Gummies are another top-selling hemp-derived Delta 9 product. With 10 mg of hemp-derived Delta-9 THC it is a great choice for anyone looking to buy Delta 9 THC products online.

We have secured an exclusive 35% discount for this product, and based on the review coming from our THC testers, this product is now available for the subscribers of the THC Weekly newsletter.

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Example #3:

High-potency THC-O gummies

(From the THC Weekly newsletter)

Have you tried the new THC-O edibles? The Long-awaited THCO gummies have arrived and they are so strong! This is another great example of products sent to our THC testers. Currently, as this product is so popular, we have managed to secured an additional 25% discount, only availabe for the subscribers of the THC Weekly newsletter. This was never could have done without the great work of our THC testers!

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Example #4:

Euphoria Delta 9 THC Gummies

(From the THC Weekly newsletter)

When was the last time you experienced Euphoria?

With 16.7mg Delta 9 THC, 67.6mg CBG, 83.5mg CBD, 2.9mg CBC and 1.6mg CBN per gummy the Euphoria Delta 9 THC Extra Strencth Gummy is a great choice for anyone looking to try a multi-cannabinoids psychoactive edible.

This is another great example of products our testers have to try for us and get paid doing it!

Click HERE to see more Delta-9 THC products


Example #5:

HHC Disposables

(From the THC Weekly newsletter)

HHC and HHC-O (just released) are two new cannabinoids, that are very close to Delta-9 THC, but not exactly the same. Your job as a tester is to explain to the world what are the key differences between both cannabinoids and to assist us in finding the best availabe products.

As HHC is gaining popularity fast, you job is very important.

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Example #6:

THCV Saver Bundle – Tincture, Gummies, Softgels

THCV might be one of the most interesting products availabe today, as it suppose to have some unique appetite-balancing qualities, that’s why some people refer to it as ‘Diet Weed’. Is it true or just a marketing slogan? This is exactly what our THC testers have to dind out, join us and help finding what is true and is what is false in our industry!

Click HERE to see more THCV products


Ok, I am interested, how can I begin?

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HHC-O Vapes: A Closer Look at the Latest Trending Product

Today’s cannabis industry looks nothing like it did 10, 5, or even 2 years ago, and one of the biggest current trends is alternative cannabinoids. In the retail sector, it’s getting hard to keep track of all the different compounds and what they do, but it’s exciting to have so many options and it shows that consumer interest in cannabis is there, and it’s growing. One of the newest cannabinoids that you can expect to see in products, especially vapes, is HHC-O Acetate. Let’s take a closer look at what it is, how it’s made, and where you can find it.

Cannabis exciting and fun, but the industry is getting a bit confusing. It’s nice to have choices though, and one of the newest products on offer is HHC-O Acetate vapes. For more articles like this one and exclusive deals on legal THC products, make sure to subscribe to The THC Weekly Newsletter. Also save big on HHC-O, Delta 8Delta 9 THCDelta-10 THCTHCOTHCVTHCP HHC products by checking out our “Best-of” lists!

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What is HHC-O? Synthetics and cannabinoid acetylation  

The definition of synthetic cannabinoids means one of two things. First, synthetic cannabinoids are compounds that do not exist in nature and must be created in a lab, like HHC-O. Also, a synthetic can be a cannabinoid that does exist in nature, but in such minimal amounts that in order to manufacture enough for it to be used in consumer products, it must still be synthesized in a lab. 

HHC-O falls into the first category, while HHC belongs to the second. In cannabis plants, HHC is found in trace amounts in the pollen. HHC-O is the acetate version of HHC. This is created via a process known as LTA decarboxylation. To understand what this means, let’s backtrack a little. We all know about delta 9 THC, the primary psychoactive compound in the plant. Delta 9 THC is a result of the light/heat induced decarboxylation of THCA (tetrahydrocannabinolic acid). Similarly, THC-O is a result of the decarboxylation of delta 9 THC, however, it’s done using a completely different method: LTA decarboxylation.  

LTA decarboxylation uses a very toxic compound known as lead tetraacetate to promote oxidation and create oxidative decarboxylation, resulting in acetate ester. Acetate ester is not naturally occurring and can only be produced using some sort of chemical catalyst. As such, HHC-O-Acetate is a synthetic analogue of HHC. Although it’s gaining popularity, especially in vape products, it’s important to know that this is NOT a compound found naturally in cannabis, it is completely synthetic from all standpoints.  

All this is not to say that synthetics are inherently bad. If they’re safe and produced by an experienced professional, they can be fun and certainly have their place in both medicinal and recreational settings. But you’re definitely not going to get the same kind of high or experience with these products as you would with the real thing. If you know what to expect, you won’t be disappointed though. 

A bit more about HHC  

HHC, or hexahydrocannabinol, is a psychoactive compound found in cannabis plants. Although still part of the fringe market, it has been gaining some popularity, as far as alternative cannabinoids go. Regarding HHC research, 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. It was determined that HHC could 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 tumors. 

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.  

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. With HHC, all the double bonds have been broken and replaced with hydrogen (AKA hydrogenation). 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. 

What about the new HHC-O vapes?  

As of now, not many retailers are selling HHC-O yet. As a matter of fact, I’ve been able to find only three so far. All three of them provide similar product descriptions, claiming that it is “up to 1.5x more potent than HHC,” and that it “has a very low viscosity which makes it almost liquid at room temperature, creating an amazing vaping experience.” 

HHC is frequently described as feeling similar to delta 9 THC, with “sativa” effects. I personally found it to be like a slightly lighter version of delta 9, but I am a regular cannabis user with a very high tolerance, so your experience may vary. Taking into consideration the effects of HHC, coupled with retailers claims that the acetate version is 1.5x stronger, one can make a reasonable assumption as to how HHC-O may affect them,  

All that said, as we always like to offer you all the latest products at the best possible prices, we do have some deals on HHC-O vapes available in our THC WEEKLY newsletter; if you’re interested in trying this compound for yourself. I’m a purist when it comes to cannabis, but I can certainly appreciate the convenience and discretion of alt. Cannabinoids and vape products – especially now that I live in a prohibition state.  

New: HHC-O Vapes

(From the THC WEEKLY newsletter)

This is a great deal if you’re looking to stock up on HHC-O vapes, or if you and your friends want to split the cost and all try out an interesting new compound. This bundle from Binoids comes with 8 carts in 4 different flavors, each containing 1 gram of HHC-O Acetate. A 4-pack bundle also availabe.

Flavors in this package: 

  • Moon Walker (hybrid)
  • Pink Oasis (hybrid)
  • White Widow (sativa)
  • Forbidden Fruit (indica)

Using thwe DELTA25 coupon code, you can get this bundle for only $180, that’s $22.5o/cart! Check it out before the sale ends!

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What is HHC-O? And What Exactly Are Cannabinoid Acetates Anyway? 

Today’s cannabis industry is moving at lightning speed, and we’re constantly learning about new discoveries relating to the plant. One of the latest trends getting ready to blow up the industry is HHC-O Acetate: a brand new cannabinoid that very little is actually known about. Let’s get into what exactly this psychoactive compound actually is, how it is created, and where you might be able to find it.

Cannabis exciting and fun, yet very complex. From the extensive medical research going on behind the scenes, to studies on the plant’s biology, it seems that every day we’re learning something new about cannabis. For more articles like this one and exclusive deals on legal THC products, make sure to subscribe to The THC Weekly Newsletter. Also save big on HHC-O, Delta 8Delta 9 THCDelta-10 THCTHCOTHCVTHCP HHC products by checking out our “Best-of” lists!

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The acetylation of cannabinoids explained 

Acetylation starts with the main cannabinoid, and only the psychoactive ones have been used, so THC and HHC. The acetate version (-O) is what’s referred to as a semi-synthetic derivative, or an analogue. Using a chemcial catalyst called acetic anahydride, you can turn THC and HHC into THC-O and HHC-O, which are said to be more potent than the original compounds.

In short, THC-O is an analog of THC, and same is the case for HHC-O and HHC. They have similar chemical structures but, as is the case in chemistry, minor differences often lead to substantial changes. The acetate versions are synthetic cannabinoids that can only be produced in a laboratory setting, preferably by an experienced chemist. It should be emphasized that these acetates are NOT found in the cannabis plant. With the rise of DIY technologies, it can be tempting to try and make these compounds yourself, but the process can be challenging and quite dangerous, so it’s best left to the professionals. 

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Serge Chistov, the inventor of Nanobidiol Technology, says his team has found a safe and efficient method to acetylate THC using only approved solvents. Chistov says his team “developed the analytical standard for testing for THC-O, as well as being in the final stages of introducing products to retail outlets.” So, if everything stays on track, we can expect to see THC-O therapeutics relatively soon. 

And Christov is not the only one working to perfect the process. In a patent filed by NextLeaf Solutions, they described their process for manufacturing THC-O Acetate: “A process for producing THC-O-acetate using a succession of distillation, salting-out assisted liquid-liquid extractions (SALLEs), and solvent recovery techniques. Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in cannabis oil reacts with acetic anhydride under reflux to produce THC-O-acetate and acetic acid. The resulting crude product is distilled and subjected to a SALLE with hexane followed by a SALLE with petroleum ether, before being distilled again in order to obtain a refined, THC-O-acetate product.” 

It’s complicated, volatile, and it is even really worth it? Sure, these compounds might be a bit stronger than their plant-derived counterparts, but that doesn’t mean they are better. And if you’re a purist like many who are drawn to cannabis in the first place, no synthetic can ever be better than the real thing anyway.

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What is HHC? 

Honestly, the available information on HHC, scientifically known as 9-Nor-9β-hydroxyhexahydrocannabinol, is extremely sparce and somewhat contradicting. Let’s start with whether it’s natural or synthetic: 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, although HHC is milder. 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. 

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, complete lies at worst.

Is HHC-O stronger than HHC? What about Delta 9 THC?

Here’s where things can get a bit confusing. When trying to measure the strength of a cannabinoid, we tend to compare it to the golden standard, which is Delta 9 THC. So if HHC is less potent than Delta 9 THC, but HHC-O is more potent than HHC, where exactly does that put it?

Honestly, all these comparisons are a bit arbitrary because it’s not always about potency per se, but the overall effects of the compound. When you’re using whole plant products like real flower or live resin, you’re benefiting from the entourage effect, which is not just a therapeutic phenomenon – it applies recreationally as well. You get higher when there are terpenes, flavonoids, and all the natural cannabis compounds in the products you’re consuming.

Now, synthetics aren’t inherently bad. If they’re safe and produced by an experienced professional, they can be fun and certainly have their place in both medicinal and recreational settings. But you’re definitely not going to get the same kind of high or experience with these products as you would with good old-fashioned delta 9 flowers. If you know what to expect, you won’t be disappointed though, and you can see that comparing which one is “stronger” doesn’t really make a lot of sense.

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HHC, HHC-O, and Drug Testing? 

The resounding assumption is that, because HHC is structurally different THC, that it will not show up on a drug test because it does not produce the same metabolites in the human body. 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, urinalysis does not 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.

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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. Now, when it comes to all the new cannabinoids like HHC, HHC-O, THC-O, and so forth, the lines get a bit blurry.

Please note that this is not something I personally have knowledge about, as in, I have never tried to drug test myself for HHC because I use THC products regularly so I wouldn’t make a very good test subject. But according to numerous reddit users, this is accurate and you can pass a drug test if you’re only using HHC.  

Where to find HHC-O products…

At the moment, pretty much nowhere. But a few companies that we work with, whose products you’ve likely seen in our newsletters, are planning to launch HHC-O vapes, edibles, and tinctures in the coming weeks. Doing a quick online search, I was only able to find one site that was selling HHC-O distillate, but it’s a company that I’m not very familiar with. As soon as these products are available to consumers on a bit wider scale, we’ll make sure to let you know. 

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Disclaimer: Hi, I’m a researcher and writer. I’m not a doctor, lawyer, or businessperson. All information in my articles is sourced and referenced, and all opinions stated are mine. I am not giving anyone advise, and though I am more than happy to discuss topics, should someone have a further question or concern, they should seek guidance from a relevant professional.

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