Yes, THC can be dissolved in water, however it is inherently poorly soluble in water. One way to dissolve THC in water is to use emulsifiers or carriers to suspend it. These aids increase solubility and ensure that the THC is evenly distributed in the water.
In Germany, cannabis is to be legalized under certain and controlled conditions. In April 2023, the German government published the first key points for the introduction of a controlled distribution of cannabis to adults for consumption purposes. You can find our opinion on this in our blog article.
In Germany, the possession, purchase and consumption of THC is generally illegal. However, there are exceptions for medical use, where certain THC-containing drugs are available on prescription.
It is important to note that the THC content can vary from country to country. The values mentioned apply specifically to Austria and Germany. It is advisable to check the current legal regulations of the respective country, as they may change.
In Germany, the legally permitted THC content in hemp products is 0.2%. As long as a product does not exceed this limit, it is considered legal.
In Austria, the legally permitted THC content in hemp products is limited to 0.3%. This means that products that do not exceed this limit are legal.
THC stands for tetrahydrocannabinol and is a chemical compound found in the hemp plant. It is the main active ingredient responsible for psychoactive effects.
H4-CBD stands for hexahydrocannabidiol. The cannabinoid was first synthesized in 1940 and is hydrogenated CBD. H4-CBD is said to be 100 times more potent than CBD. For even more information on H4-CBD, check out this blog article: What is H4-CBD?
H4-CBD does not occur naturally in the hemp plant, but is hydrogenated CBD. The production is a chemical process (hydrogenation) in which four hydrogen atoms are attached to a CBD molecule.
The exact effects of H4-CBD are still largely unknown. Field reports show that hexahydrocannabidiol has a similar effect to CBD. Initial tests show that it acts on CBD1 receptors and relaxes the body very strongly.
According to current knowledge, H4-CBD is not illegal. However, the molecules show great similarity to HHC, which has been banned since 23.3.2023, at least in Austria.
According to current knowledge, H4-CBD is not psychoactive. Tests show that it strongly relaxes the body. Hexahydrocannabidiol is said to be 100 times more potent than CBD.
The names reveal that the two cannabinoids are very similar, but they are not the same. CBD and H4-CBD are said to have different effects. They are similar in structure, but the active center is hydrogenated. Therefore, it can be assumed that the effects are also different. Hexahydrocannabidiol is said to be 100 times more […]
A urine test measures HHC falsely positive for THC. A blood test specifically checks for active THC. Here HHC is not found, the test is negative. This also shows that there is no THC in the body when HHC is consumed. Learn more about HHC.
If the light flashes when you use it, it is a sign that the battery is about to run out. Simply screw the USB charger to the battery and charge it for about 2 hours. If you think your battery is dead but it might be the cartridge, here’s how to test it:Unscrew the cartridge from […]
This occurs very rarely, and if you don’t remove the silicone cap, it’s even less likely. However, if it does happen: Clean the hole in the black ceramic element with a toothpick, disconnect the cartridge from the battery and clean the contacts there as well. Heat the cartridge vertically (for example in a small cup) in […]
HHC is very sticky and without heating liquid is extremely difficult to process. The cartridge has cotton at the bottom which wears off over time, so we do not recommend using it for too long. We recommend a maximum refill of 3 times.
1ml of HHC is equivalent to about 10-15g of flowers. This corresponds to about 400-600 puffs.
The big difference with terpenes obtained in the dry state is that during the drying process a large proportion is already volatilized. Our variety Ultra Skunk with Live Terps therefore has a unique aroma reminiscent of mint. Unfortunately, replicas of terpenes are often used, where only 4-8 monoterpenes are mixed together to replicate or imitate […]
Our grades are always defined by the terpene profile used. Live Terps are used in our HHC products. Our Live Terps have different natural terpene compositions depending on the grade. Details can be found in the respective product descriptions. Live Terps are extracted directly fresh from the plant, even before they are dried. Depending on […]
Everyone reacts differently. It is better to be patient and try a small amount the first time you use it. Warda has tested Premium High and shares their experiences and the effect of HHC in the article “HHC effect – we have tested the CBD and THC alternative”.
The Austrian Ministry of Health has included HHC in the Ordinance on New Psychoactive Substances. This means that production as well as trade with HHC is prohibited in Austria, consumption and possession remain exempt from punishment. This regulation is to remain in force until there is sufficient evidence on health consequences.
This can only be done in the laboratory. Several factors are important here:
In any case. Various means can be used in the manufacturing process described. It is important to work hygienically and professionally in order to obtain a pure and high-quality product afterwards.
Hemp-based HHC is a sustainable alternative to natural HHC, which is present in the plant only in very small quantities. Through the use of intense pressure and hydrogen, CBD is converted into HHC with 100% similarity to the molecular structure of natural HHC. Although HHC is not extracted directly from the hemp plant, it is […]
HHC stands for hexahydrocannabinol and is a naturally occurring cannabinoid of the hemp plant. HHC was discovered in the 1940s by chemist Roger Adams.
No. Everything else except your active ingredient is filtered.
Yes, filters from Hybrid are vegan and come from Austria
Like CBD dates or CBD tea, CBD Gummies are absorbed through the mouth and passed on to the digestive tract. The absorption can take about 30-90 minutes.
Unlike CBD oil, the CBD Gummies are already dosed. Their convenient intake makes them an ideal companion for on the go. They come in a sealable jar, but you can easily take your individual daily ration out and with you.
Disclaimer: CBD products are not medications and cannot diagnose, treat or cure disease. Always consult your own physician before starting any new diet program.