What are the effects and benefits of HHC ?
How come HHC is not popular? Its scarcity might be one reason, but what else does it have going for it that other cannabis ingredients don’t? What are its effects and benefits for people? Here are some answers:
Effects of HHC
As mentioned earlier, HHC is a derivative of THC. Therefore, it is very similar in its ingredients and also in its effects.
Since the product has been consumed very little and studied very little by scientists, it is difficult to get concrete feedback on the effects of HHC on the human organism. However, it is known that HHC is psychotropic and that, like any psychotropic substance, it produces the following:
- A feeling of euphoria
- An appetite stimulation
- Altered perception of time and authority
- An increase in body temperature
- An increased heart rate
- Mood swings (either positive or negative, depending on the person)
A look at the effects of HHC is necessary to truly understand how it works and what other effects it may have on its users.
What are the therapeutic benefits of HHC ?
HHC is a product whose reputation gives it powerful benefits for the body. First of all, we must realize that scientific studies on this topic are very rare. However, there are some very promising results from the following studies.
A 2011 study showed that some synthetic analogs of hexahydrocannabinol (HHC) strongly inhibit breast cancer cell-induced angiogenesis and tumor growth.
Another Japanese study in 2007 described the impressive pain-blocking ability of HGH in mice. It would therefore be an even more potent analgesic than the other cannabinoids found in the hemp plant.
It is too early to confirm whether HHC has fabulous therapeutic benefits that could help with certain ailments and diseases. However, the multiplication of serious studies on this topic is promising.
What are the side effects of HHC ?
HHC can have many side effects, some confirmed, others speculated due to lack of information. It is important to consider them before you start consuming it. Here are a few. This list is not exhaustive.
- Anxiety and paranoia
- Dry mouth
- Increased appetite
- Dry and red eyes