Delta 10 vs. HHC: Which Cannabinoid Right for You?

Delta 10 vs. HHC: Which Cannabinoid Right for You?

Hexahydrocannabinol (HHC) is a hydrogenated form of THC which mimics the structure and properties of Delta-9 THC.  The cannabinoid is found in the seeds and pollen of the hemp plant — which was first discovered during the 1960s or 1970s by cannabis researchers.

Because the structure of HHC is nearly identical to Delta-9 THC, it’s not surprising that the high is also largely identical. Given this data, we now know that HHC is more intoxicating than Delta 10 THC — and its psychoactive properties seem to offer a sensation of joy and inner bliss. 

Both Delta 10 and HHC are commonly converted into purified extracts, which allows them to be blended with various ingredients to create different types of formulas. Let’s explore the Smilyn products featuring Delta 10 and HHC:

  • Vape Carts
  • Disposable Vapes
  • Tinctures
  • Edibles
  • Flower
  • Dabs
  • Capsules

Delta 10 vs HHC: Keys to the Cannabinoid

Delta 10 and HHC are both psychoactive cannabinoids that will intoxicate the user. However, each one ultimately delivers a unique psychoactive experience, which is why they should not be used interchangeably.

While different cannabinoids affect us in different ways, other factors can determine your experience including your body’s tolerance, the strain you’ve chosen, the dosage and the delivery method.

According to some users, the effects of Delta 10 THC are more similar to a sativa high versus an Indica one.

Which Cannabinoid is Right for You?

Both Delta 10 THC and HHC can offer truly gratifying hemp experiences in their own unique way, and this can certainly make it hard to pick just one of the two. To see which one is the best fit for you, we recommend trying each cannabinoid to decide for yourself which one deserves a spot in your hemp routine.

Right now, Delta 10, THC-O, and HHC are at the top of the game – providing users with some of the most quality, and effective sensory experiences. These compounds are so unique and difficult to trace, that not many companies offer products that feature them.

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