Tetrahydrocannabiphorol (THC-P) is a cannabinoid that’s really fascinating, even to the most experienced cannabis researchers (more on that in a bit). Its properties are unlike those of any other hemp derivative on the market. Still with THC-P products emerging across the industry, you should have better knowledge of what to expect in terms of how this cannabinoid feels once absorbed into the body, both in terms of its psychoactive effects and its other properties.
What is THC-P?
Tetrahydrocannabiphorol was discovered accidentally in December of 2019 by a group of researchers who used advanced techniques to separate each cannabinoid found in hemp. THC-P is a minor cannabinoid that behaves in an extremely unique way when it comes to the way in which it binds to cannabinoid receptors in the body. While it’s a very new cannabinoid to our awareness, we do know a decent amount about its various effects thanks to early research that has already taken place.
Will I Feel High with THC-P?
Specifically, tetrahydrocannabiphorol (THCP) binds to CB1 receptors 31x more effectively than delta 9 THC, which indicates that it could offer a significantly stronger high than any other cannabinoid in hemp. We also know that THC-P has a higher boiling point than other THC cannabinoids, meaning, you will need to increase the output of your vaping device if you plan on vaping it.
What is the High of THC-P Like?
Essentially, tetrahydrocannabiphorol seems to be quite potent, and many users are choosing to take smaller doses of it as a result. The high is reported as offering feelings of intense bliss that makes users feel happy, while the effects are also quite mellowing, making THC-P a great evening choice.
What are the Effects of THC-P?
Once clinical study on the properties of tetrahydrocannabiphorol provided quite a bit of exciting information. THC-P’s effects are quite similar to those of delta 9 THC, which isn’t surprising considering their structural similarities. THC-P may offer similar effects as delta 9 when it comes to pain, mood, sleep, nausea and appetite, and these effects may be more pronounced because of how THC-P binds more powerfully to specific cannabinoid receptors in the body.
What Determines How You Will Feel When Taking THC-P?
Tetrahydrocannabiphorol’s psychoactive effects are researched and verified by its users, but at the same time, two people can have entirely different experiences after taking it. How? Due to a number of variables including the specific product that’s used and the way in which a person’s body responds to cannabinoids in general.
#1: Your Body’s Tolerance To THCP
Ultimately, everyone’s body is unique, and has a unique tolerance to cannabinoids. Some people may naturally feel a lot more intoxicated off of THC-P products than others, and there are other factors pertaining to the endocannabinoid system that are unknown, which explain why different individuals can feel slightly different effects when taking any cannabinoid.
#2: How Much THC-P You Take
Dosage obviously makes a difference as well. Taking a high dosage amount or milligram strength of a THC-P would naturally get you ‘more high’ than consuming just a small amount. Remember that THC-P is much more potent than other cannabinoids, which means that overall, the amount that is recommended is lower than delta 8 and other cannabinoids that we’re more familiar with.
#3: The Delivery Method of THCP
THC-P, like all hemp products, comes in a variety of product forms that determine the delivery method, or how the cannabinoid is delivered into the body. If you’ve used different delivery methods for CBD or delta 8 in the past, then you already have an idea of how the delivery method can make a significant difference in how you feel when consuming a particular cannabinoid.
#4: Type of Strain You Choose
Finally, the strain of the product makes a big difference. The strain refers to the terpene profile of the hemp used to produce the product, and each terpene offers distinctive effects as well as a unique flavor and aroma. There are three main types of strains, and within each type are many individual strains that you can choose from.
Final THC-P Feeling Thoughts
No doubt folks, tetrahydrocannabiphorol has a lot to offer, even to hemp users who think that they’ve tried it all. THC-P functions in a completely unique way in the endocannabinoid system (ECS), offering effects that are hard to compare to other hemp derivatives. Now that you have an idea of what to potentially expect, explore Binoid’s awesome selection of THC-P products. Binoid THC-P products contain only 100% pure hemp in a variety of exciting strains for a fully personalized THC-P experience.