HHC-P: Everything You Need To Know

The cannabinoid world keeps on growing.  First it was delta products, then it was THC-based products, and now we have HHC-based products.  With cannabis technology continuing to expand at such a rapid rate, now’s the perfect time to be a devoted hemp enthusiast.  Especially, with the introduction hexahydrocannabiphorol (HHC-P)If this cannabinoid sounds like it’s a cross between HHC (hexahydrocannabinol) and tetrahydrocannabiphorol (THC-P), well, it kind of is. 

We’re still learning about HHC-P Products, but we already have a good idea of its basic characteristics, and which types of hemp users will enjoy it the most and to its fullest potential.

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What is HHC-P?

Again, HHC-P is sort of the THC-P of HHC – now, if that confuses you, we don’t blame you.  THC-P is a naturally occurring cannabinoid found in hemp, first discovered in 2019.  What makes THC-P so impressive is its ability to bind to CB1 receptors in the brain 31x more than delta 9 THC, giving it a high that some say is about 10x as potent as the more traditional THC compound.  THC-P gets its enhanced potency from an additional 7 carbon atoms in its side chain at the molecular scale.

HHC-P is, in fact, the hydrogenated form of THC-P.  Meaning, it’s partly made of hydrogen, it’s extremely chemically stable, and yet still capable of delivering the same properties as THC-P.  Those who are familiar with HHC will understand the analogous relationship between HHC-P and THC-P, and HHC and delta 9 THC.

Is HHC-P Natural?

HHC-P does not naturally occur in the hemp plant, although HHC and THC-P both do. Hexahydrocannabiphorol is produced through an isomerization process, which is, in fact, how we get most of our hemp products today, including delta 8, THC-P, and HHC.  Isomerization is a way to reconfigure the molecules in cannabidiol (CBD) to convert the cannabinoid into a new one – in this case, HHC-P.


All cannabinoids are isomers of one another? How?  Because they all come from cannabigerol (CBG), the initial cannabinoid to emerge in the cannabis plant before splitting itself up into over a hundred individual cannabinoids as the plant matures. Translation: All cannabinoids have the same molecules, and thus, rearranging them converts them into different cannabinoids.  CBD is used to make HHC-P products because it’s abundantly available in the plant, making the process highly cost-effective.

So, is HHC-P Synthetic Then?

Yes, hexahydrocannabiphorol is synthetic cannabinoid that was created in a lab by a professional scientist.  HHC-P does not exist in nature and must be synthesized in a laboratory.  You can see why then, too, it is crucial to have a real grasp of those third-party labs, which are required for our industry, in order to measure what’s in that said HHC-P product you’re receiving.

What are HHC-P’s Psychoactive Effects?

Hexahydrocannabiphorol (HHC-P) is a psychoactive cannabinoid, and that’s for certain.  Not to sound like a broken record here, but consider how HHC-P shares so much in common with both HHC and THC-P.  HHC is considered to be about as psychoactive as delta 9 THC, if not a little milder.  THC-P, which HHC-P mimics very closely, is, like we said, potentially 10x as intoxicating as delta 9.  


So, while we don’t know the details about HHC-P’s high just yet, since the cannabinoid is so new, it’s safe to say that this is another potent cannabinoid that beginners should go easy with.

As for the nature of the high, we don’t have many references to draw on.  But, many describe it as potently euphoric – which makes sense, considering its similarities to tetrahydrocannabiphorol (HHC-P).  And, that’s about all we know thus far, although for many users that’s plenty, since a huge burst of euphoria alongside a far stronger-than-the typical THC high is what a lot of today’s users are looking for, specifically.

What Potential Benefits Does HHC-P Have?

Again, this is where the newness hexahydrocannabiphorol fails us.  HHC-P is such a new addition to the market that there are zero clinical studies about its properties.  Ultimately, it’s a cannabinoid that acts on CB1 receptors at many more times the rate than delta 9 THC.  Basically, its overall effects found within the nervous system, where the endocannabinoid system’s CB1 receptors call home, are likely to be quite powerful. 

This could have positive implications when it comes to things like physical discomfort, appetite, nausea, mood, sleep, and cognitive effects, and we hope to learn more as time goes on.

Where Can I Buy HHC-P?

HHC-P product types/delivery methods are currently out on the market and Binoid is on top of it as we speak, as we are preparing to launch HHC-P products to give users the ability to check out this cannabinoid’s impressive potential for themselves.  Of course, you can count on lab-tested, organically derived hexahydrocannabiphorol distillate combined with fresh, clean ingredients, as that’s what Binoid has built their reputation on. 

With any new compound, you always need to be a little more wary, because without a frame of reference, it’s easier to end up with low-quality or even fake products and not know the difference.

Is HHC-P Legalized?

HHC-P is legal, because it adheres to the 2018 Farm Bill which declared that all hemp derivatives can be sold legally if they max out at 0.3% delta 9 THC by dry weight.  Essentially, hexahydrocannabiphorol is protected under federal law.  As for state regulations, things are a bit on the complicated side.  Several states have banned THC-infused compounds, but with HHC, things are a little vaguer.  You see, while intoxicating, HHC doesn’t exactly fit the THC profile.  Still, because it’s better err on the side of caution, assume that HHC-P will be illegal if you live in the following sates:

  • Alaska
  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • Colorado
  • Delaware
  • Idaho
  • Iowa
  • Mississippi
  • Montana
  • North Dakota
  • New York
  • Rhode Island
  • Utah
  • Vermont
  • Washington State 

Time to Finally Check Out What the World of HHC-P Can Offer Up Today!

Hexahydrocannabiphorol is the very newest cannabinoid to make its way onto the legal hemp scene, and it promises to pack a serious punch of intoxicating power.  Luckily, if you’re eager to try it, you’ll be able to in no time as Binoid will be launching HHC-P products shortly, including our signature, lab-tested vapes in a great selection of premium strains.

Remember, when using hexahydrocannabiphorol (HHC-P), avoid driving, handling heavy machinery or equipment, or doing any major tasks that require a lot of attention.  Also, make sure to consult with your doctor first before trying HHC-P, especially if you’re on/using any medications (prescription or non-prescription).  Your physician has access to your medical records and can therefore, make a proper determination if HHC-P should be part of your regimen.

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