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5 things you should know about HHC gummies

HHC is creating a buzz in the wellness market. There is a new cannabinoid in the market, and it has tempted everyone to try it out. It is a relatively new drug available as a vape, gummies, oil, etc. Users choose the gummies as it is convenient to travel with and easy to dose. The product also comes in various flavors and colors to tempt buyers.

Here are the top 5 things you should know before trying out HHC gummies.

1.   The benefits of using HHC gummies:

Let us start with the therapeutic benefits the gummies claim to offer.

  • Analgesic effect:

HHC is a close relative to delta-9 THC. They share many similar properties. It works as a potent analgesic and can relieve chronic pain. It interacts with the opiate receptors and effectively blocks the pain signals from reaching the brain. The opiate mimicking capability of the drug makes it a suitable replacement for opioids.

  • It is a more robust painkiller than delta-8 or CBD.

The gummies can help with joint pain, muscle pain, arthritis, cancer, and chemo-related pain.

  • Improves appetite and enhances digestion:

Cancer and chemo patients often suffer from a poor appetite. Doctors believe that the Munchies effect of HHC might help them get their desire to eat back. It stimulates your appetite. The gummies also improve your digestion, reduce acid reflux, alleviate lower belly inflammation, and enhance your gut health. So you can eat properly to live a healthier life.

  • Better sleep:

The calming and sedating properties of HHC gummies can make you fall asleep faster. It also improves your sleep quality and sleep cycle. The gummies might also help relieve your snoring problem.

  • Drops your blood pressure:

High blood pressure is a chronic ailment many middle-aged people suffer from each day. Not getting proper rest and being under stress all day can cause the blood vessels to tighten, resulting in high BP.

Taking HHC gummies causes a mild drop in your blood pressure. They can calm your body down and control your BP. If you take them regularly, you have to be cautious about the dosage so that the BP does not fall too much.

  • Boosts your mood:

The mood-boosting properties of the HHC are popular among users. The gummies work as a reliable and natural mental health supplement. If you feel stressed or anxious, these gummies can cheer you up. They cut down unnecessary negative feelings and improve your mood.

The drug also influences the secretion of serotonin which alleviates anxiety. It might also help fight clinical depression, social anxiety, and other stress-related disorders.

2.   The side effects of HHC gummies:

We do not have much information about the long-term effects of these products. The research and clinical trials on the drug are still in their infancy. According to users’ reports, people have faced some issues within the first few days of using these gummies.

  • Dry mouth
  • Nausea
  • Paranoia
  • Anxiety
  • Appetite changes
  • Vomiting
  • Insomnia and sleep disturbances
  • Red eyes
  • Weight gain
  • Rapid heart rate
  • Lower blood pressure

These are some common risk factors. The risk factors increase for teenagers and young adults.

The Food and Drug Association of the United States recommends that pregnant, breastfeeding mothers and children stay away from cannabinoids. It might also interact with other medicines and damage their course of action. So, consult with your healthcare provider to know if it is safe to take the gummies for you.

3.   The legal status of HHC might change:

It is no news that the legal status of all cannabinoids falls under a gray zone. But HHC has another issue. According to the Farm Bill 2018, otherwise known as Agriculture Improvement Act, hemp-derived products are legal to buy, sell, or manufacture within the country. But soon after, the Drug Enforcement Association or DEA released an act that states, “all synthetically derived tetrahydrocannabinols remain Schedule I controlled substances.”

Currently, manufacturers advertise the drug as semi-synthetic, but the court has not reached a verdict yet. If the court rules that the product is synthetic, it will fall under Schedule 1 controlled substances. Then it will be illegal to procure, sell, or buy. Until then, enjoy the HHC gummies legally within the country under federal law.

4.   It can make you high:

HHC is short for Hexahydro cannabinol; it is a psychoactive cannabinoid. The drug shares almost 70 to 80% potency of delta-9. So, it has a euphoric effect stronger than delta-10 or delta-8. Euphoria is a state of mind where you feel satisfied and super happy with your life. You might enjoy the skip from reality from time to time.

The cannabinoid is present in the seeds and pollen of hemp plants, but the amount is scarce. So, extracting them will not be cost-effective. So, manufacturers turn to the conversion process. The converted HHC is a mixture of high potency and low potency molecules. Scientists are still working to find a way to separate them. The active molecules interact with the central nervous system.

Gummies will start to show effects once it passes the digestive tracts. You can take them with a fatty meal to enhance their outcomes. Typically, they deliver results after 30 minutes to 2 hours after taking them. It might last up to 2 to 6 hours. Try not to take too many gummies at the same time. Wait for them to work. Otherwise, you might get too high and have a mental breakdown.

5.   Make you fail a drug test:

According to preliminary research, HHC does not break down to 11-hydroxy-THC. The chemical is the main component they search for in a drug test. But do not know for sure that HHC would not make you fail a drug test. It is a psychoactive cannabinoid, and it can stay in your urine or blood in other forms. Try to stay away from the gummies if you have to take a drug test.

These are some preliminary things you should know before using HHC gummies. Try to buy from a licensed and top-rated store. You can also order your favorite gummies online. You can also try out vegan and gluten-free gummies.

Written by Jayden Woods

Jayden is a guest post editor and part time contributor at Life Hack Solution.