HHCP - Cannastra

What is HHC-P?
HHC-P or hexahydrocannabiphorol is a newly discovered cannabinoid that is produced in the laboratory. It is similar in structure to HHC, but has a longer alkyl chain enriched with carbon molecules.

How does HHC-P work?
HHC-P like other cannabinoids binds to CB1 and CB2 receptors in our endocannabinoid system but reportedly with multiple intensities and longer duration of action. Endocannabinoid system regulates important bodily functions, including sleep, mood, appetite, pain perception, immune response and memory. Cannabinoids, including HHC-P, affect this system by binding to endocannabinoid receptors. 

What are the effects of HHC-P?
HHC-P has stimulant effects and is highly psychoactive. It can also promote sleep or relieve anxiety and stress. Effects usually take a few tens of minutes, but but can last for several hours. Of course, it also depends on the strength of the extract and the individual predispositions of the user. As there is little information on HHC-P and no known long-term effects on the body, this cannabinoid should be approached with caution.

HHC-P offer
In our offer you will find a large selection of vape foams containing HHC-P. Of course there are also HHC-P cartridges in various flavours - mango, lemon, raspberry and others, all containing natural terpenes. If you prefer HHC-P flowers, try Pineapple express, Northern Lights, Lemon Haze or Purple haze with 3 to 15% HHC-P distillate. All flowers contain a maximum of 0.2% THC.


What is HHCP?

If you believe that HHC-P has something in common with hexahydrocannabinol (HHC), you are correct. Hexahydrocannabiphorol, known as HHC-P, is in fact a derivative of HHC. All it took was a slight modification of the chemical structure to create a new compound with surprising potency.

HHC flower and vape pen

Cannabinoids HHC, HHC-O, HHC-P: What do they do and how do they differ?

We already know that hexahydrocannabinol (HHC) was first discovered by American chemist Roger Adams when he added a hydrogen molecule to delta 9-THC. HHC is found naturally in the cannabis plant, but only in trace amounts, so it is currently produced semi-synthetically, most commonly by hydrogenation of other cannabinoids such as CBD. The hydrogenation process improves the stability of the molecule and resistance to thermo-oxidative degradation.