Boston-based Boston Hemp Inc. is known for some of the most innovative products on the market within the hemp trade and it has made a splash within the industry, launching its new line of hemp-derived HHC products that ranges from concentrates to edibles.
So, what is HHC?
HHC – or hexahydrocannabinol – was first created in 1944 by the American chemist Roger Adams when he added hydrogen molecules to Delta-9 THC. This process, known as hydrogenation, converts THC to HHC.
Much like delta-8 THC, HHC products’ effects are similar to that of traditional marijuana, even though they are extracted from the legalized hemp plant.
Boston Hemp is one of the largest hemp distributors in the United States, offering an extensive selection of hemp derived products within its online hemp and CBD dispensary. Its HHC products are available in various forms from candy covered gummies, a selection of vape carts and wax. Boston Hemp also offer HHC coated flower, which CEO Brandon Gadles says is one of its biggest sellers.
Boston Hemp has a full CBD wellness line, hemp flower selection and innovative hemp derived products. Billing itself as the craft cannabis and CBD wellness superstore under the banner Boston Hempire, the company offers a curated selection of more unusual cannabinoids for the adventurous. Going beyond delta-8, its selection includes delta-10, delta P, delta O, HHC and more planned for availability later.
From terpene infused diamonds and wax, to vape carts and coated CBD hemp flower, there is a variety of cutting-edge cannabinoids available in multiple categories. To review the entire collection of hemp derived and CBD products, visit Boston Hemp’s website at bostonhempinc.com.