THCJD (tetrahydrocannabidiol) is a minor cannabinoid that is found in the cannabis plant, but only in trace amounts, and is therefore more commonly produced in the laboratory from CBD isolate.

Although it is said to be a brand new cannabinoid, information on the chemical structure suggests that this compound was identified as early as 1941 and is known as THC-Octyl or THC-C8.

THCJD is a homologue of the psychoactive cannabinoid delta-9-THC (THC). Homologues are compounds of the same type that share similar chemical structure and properties.

According to available sources, it is believed that THCJD can produce very strong psychoactive effects and can induce feelings of relaxation, euphoria and arousal. However, for now there is very little information on the strength of THCJD's effects on our bodies and therefore we need to be cautious about them. 

THCJD products are legal, usually containing less than 0.2% THC.

In our THCJD product range you will find disposable THCJD vaping pens (THCJD vapes) and replacement cartridges with THCJD liquid, flower, hash and also THCJD oils and spirits.

Gloved hands hold THCJD distillate at a cannabis plant

THCJD: Structure, effects and comparison with THC, THCB and THCV

In the world of cannabis products, new and fascinating compounds are constantly emerging, expanding our knowledge of the cannabis plant and offering new applications. Another recently rediscovered cannabinoid is THCJD. This substance has aroused curiosity among cannabis enthusiasts, scientists and, not least, among cannabis licensors and regulators. In this article, we take a closer look at THCJD and its effects, how it differs from THC and what you should know about it.