Disposable Electronic Cigarettes with HHC (Hexahydrocannabinol)
HHC, or hexahydrocannabinoid (hexahydrocannabinol), was discovered in 1944 by American chemist Roger Adams when he added a hydrogen molecule to delta-9 THC during the hydrogenation process. This substance was, however, until now illegal as it would have been made from THC. However, HHC was found to be one of the many naturally occurring cannabinoids in the cannabis plant, and in 2020, the de Las Heras group analysed a lipid extract from Cannabis sativa seeds and discovered 43 cannabinoids in it, one of which was HHC.
This 99% HHC distillate from Eighty8 that they use in their pens is imported from one of the largest producers in the US and is produced in certified labs. The ratio of 9R and 9S molecules are in an ideal 1:1 ratio for maximum efficiency.