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One of the biggest challenges with working in an emerging industry like hemp is staying on top of the latest cannabinoids and their impact. While many of these cannabinoids have been known for decades, and their effects on the human body have been studied, they haven’t been commercially available or publicly discussed.

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Today we’re looking at HHC and HHCP, what they are, how you can use them, and where you can get these cannabinoids. This information can help you understand if these products are right for you.



What is HHC?

HHC, short for hexahydrocannabiol, is a hydrogenated version of THC, tetrahydrocannabinol. It’s naturally occurring but can also be manufactured synthetically with hydrogenation of cannabis compounds. Now those are pretty serious words, but if you eat margarine, you consume a hydrogenated product.

HHC is naturally occurring though and doesn’t necessarily need to be synthesized. HHC is found naturally in the pollen and seeds of cannabis plants.

Hydrogenation is used frequently in the food industry because it’s used to make a food less fatty or a flavor more potent. The process was invented in 1897 but HHC wasn’t discovered until the 1940s. It became easier to access and use as a cannabinoid during the 2020s and is now commercially available at retailers like The Hemp Doctor.

What is HHCP?

HHCP is an entirely synthetic cannabinoid that exists by hydrogenating the naturally occurring THCp. HHCp is far more potent than HHC, however, it depends on the user. For some, they’ll find that the HHCp has an effect similar to THC, while others will experience it to be ten times as effective as THC and more than twenty times more effective than HHC. This is because it has more bioavailability than THC; however, people with higher tolerances to THC will experience less significant highs from HHCp.

While there have not been negative side effects reported to HHCp yet, at The Hemp Doctor, we recommend that users begin their usage at low doses, slowly increasing them to get the desired result. You don’t want to find out that you are one of the people it affects strongly after you’ve taken too much.

Are HHC and HHCp legal in the USA?

Many of the HHC and HHCp products available today are created from naturally occurring Delta 8 THC in hemp. This makes the product federally compliant with the 2018 Farm Bill. In order to be entirely compliant these products must be grown, cannabinoids extracted, and products produced entirely in the United States.



What effects do each of these have?

HHC is more potent than Delta 8 but less potent than Delta 9. It does still produce a mild high and relaxation. The euphoric feeling it creates is less likely to cause paranoia or anxiety than Delta 9.

HHCp is significantly more potent than Delta 9 THC and traditional HHC. We include very small doses in our products to allow people to control their consumption to the best of their ability.

Do they go well together?

HHC and HHCp can both create a euphoric feeling of relaxation, improve appetites and induce a sensation of calm. When used with a combination of cannabinoids, HHC and HHCp both contribute to the entourage effect, increasing the wellness benefits of these products overall.

Changes in federal enforcement have removed THC-O from the rotation for many cannabis users. If you’re looking for a replacement, a blend of HHC and HHCp might be the right mix for you!

How do I start with HHC and HHCp?

If you’re new to experimenting with cannabinoids we recommend starting with HHC and our Delta 9 products before moving on to HHCp. While we love our HHCp products, they are best for people with a great amount of experience with cannabinoids.

If you’ve been using our products for some time and are looking for something new and exciting, HHCp is the best way to go. We’re so excited about the physical and wellness potential of this product and have been using them ourselves to see how even our high-tolerance Hemp Doctor family responds.

Let’s just say, it’s highly effective.

There are a broad number of options when consuming HHC and HHCp including edibles, flower, and vapes. All of these are available safe and tested at The Hemp Doctor.


One of the biggest challenges with working in an emerging industry like hemp is staying on top of the latest cannabinoids and their impact.


What products does The Hemp Doctor offer with HHC and HHCP?

If you’re looking to add just HHC to your cannabinoid rotation, we recommend trying out our HHC Shatter or HHC Moonrocks. These are a great way to add HHC to your regular flower experience and enjoy the long buzz of HHC without the paranoia of Delta 9.

Eat your heart out with our HHC gummies that contain 40 mgs of the best HHC on the market. Our favorite? The Cherry Lime from Kayo. It’s a great way to consume HHC without having to deal with finding a light or inhaling the vape.

But we didn’t forget the vape options, don’t you worry.

If you’re looking for a HHC only experience in a vape cartridge look no further than our 3 gram HHC Disposable Vapes. Available in strains like Pink Runts, Pineapple Express, and Blueberry Crumble, this HHC product will have you buzzing and productive all week long. We particularly enjoy the fact that this vape contains 800-puffs, which should last you quite a while.

For those who are ready to jump in with both feet we have the Caviar Blunt with HHC and HHCp in Orange Cookies, Lemon Diesel, and Blueberry Afgoo. These pre-rolls will turn a boring weekend into a perfect Sunday afternoon, even if it’s still Saturday morning.

Available in both two and three gram vape cartridge options, The Hemp Doctor offers a Delta 8, Delta 9, HHC, HHCp, and Live Rosin blend that’ll have your evenings after work feel like a Friday night, every night. If you feel like coming home and kicking off your shoes with these Kayo vapes, try all the strains available including: Blueberry Haze, Cereal Milk, Gorilla Glue #4, Fruity Pebbles, Pineapple Express, Venom OG, Purple Runtz, Maui Wowie, Ghost Train Haze and more.

What you need to know about THCV

Everyone knows cannabis has long been recognized for its therapeutic properties. THC and other cannabinoids are the active ingredients in cannabis that give it its effects and strength. One cannabinoid that stands out and has been receiving lots of attention is; Tetrahydrocannabivarin (THCV). Discovering more about THCV may open up exciting opportunities!

This article will give you an insight into THCV’s possible health benefits, potential risks, side effects, and how to use it safely.



What is THCV?

The cannabinoid found in your sativa strains, THCV is also known as Tetrahydrocannabivarin. You’re probably more familiar with THC, the primary psychoactive compound, which shares some similarities with THCV. However, most cannabis strains only contain small amounts of THCV, whereas some varieties from Africa and Asia have higher concentrations.

The science behind THCV

The way THCV works is by interacting with a signaling network called the endocannabinoid system. It’s very similar to your everyday THC in how it binds to receptors in the brain and body, but it doesn’t activate them as potently.

The “high” from THCA can lead to a different set of effects, which might be useful for treating conditions like epilepsy, pain, and obesity. THCV might also have some mental health benefits, like reducing anxiety and paranoia. There is still so much unknown information about THCV, scientists are very interested in it as a potential to help people with their day-to-day health problems.

How is THCV different from THC?

In spite of their structural similarities, THCV and THC have very different pharmacological profiles. In addition to euphoria, relaxation, and altered perception, THC is a potent psychoactive compound. THCV, on the other hand, has a more subtle psychoactive profile. There is a possible chance that it may even prevent some of the effects of THC. For example, THCV may reduce the effects of THC such as anxiety and paranoia and may have antipsychotic properties.



How to Take THCV

THCV can be consumed in various ways, such as smoking, vaping, edibles and tinctures. Each inhalation method has its own advantages and drawbacks; ultimately the right choice for each individual depends on their preferences and needs.

Smoking and vaping are the two primary methods of consuming THCV, as they provide an immediate effect and allow users to regulate their dosage more easily. Unfortunately, smoking can harm the lungs, while vaping may have health risks attached.

Another two methods to consume THCV are edibles and tinctures. THCV Edibles provide a discreet and convenient method of inhalation, offering longer-lasting effects than smoking or vaping. However, the downfall is that it may take longer to kick in. Tinctures are a great option as they offer more precise dosage control than edibles but may be costly; additionally, their effects may not last as long as other methods.

If you decide to try THCV, starting at a low dosage is recommended and gradually increasing as needed. This is especially pertinent for those inexperienced to using the supplement as they may not know how it affects their body. Furthermore, the potency of THCV products varies significantly between brands; consulting with a healthcare provider or knowledgeable cannabis professional for guidance on dosage and potency is ideal.

As important as it is to understand the product is being aware of the legality of the substance. In this case, THCV legality and regulation varies by location. THCV is legal for medical or recreational use in some states, while in others, it is still deemed illegal. To avoid legal issues when using THCV, research local laws. Furthermore, make sure the products being used come from a reputable source with proper testing for safety and potency.

Potential Risks and Side Effects of THCV

Though THCV may provide potential health advantages, it’s essential to know its risks and side effects. Some individuals may experience negative reactions when taking THCV such as anxiety, paranoia or dry mouth. Furthermore, THCV may interact with other medications; as with all substances and cannabis-related products, it’s advisable to consult a healthcare provider prior to using THCV.


You’re probably more familiar with THC, the primary psychoactive compound, which shares some similarities with THCV.



THCV is a cannabinoid that researchers believe could have some exciting health benefits. These include helping to reduce your appetite, improving glucose tolerance, reducing anxiety, and even having neuroprotective and cancer-fighting properties. Despite some existing knowledge on THCV, there is still a lot that we need to discover about it, and thorough research is necessary to fully comprehend its effects.

If you’re considering taking THCV, starting with low doses and being aware of any potential side effects or risks is important. If you’re planning to start taking a new supplement or medication, it is recommended to consult with your Doctor first to make sure it’s safe for you. They can help you determine if THCV is appropriate for you and also provide instructions on how to take it safely.

The difference between THCP

Are you searching for your favorite hemp product but don’t know where to start? The hemp market is highly complicated, especially for someone just getting started and trying new things.

THCP, THC-O, THC, these names can make your head spin trying to decide which is best for you. But you don’t have to worry anymore, in this article we will cover all the differences between the three and discuss their effects so it will be easier for you to decide. Without further ado, let’s get you started on your cannabis journey.



What is THC?

THC, short for Tetrahydrocannabinol, is undoubtedly one of the most famous chemicals in the cannabis world. The abundance of THC is why marijuana offers psychotropic experiences. THC has become synonymous with marijuana, but different types of it also exist in hemp. THC in marijuana is Delta 9 THC, also present in hemp, but in much lower doses. Based on the dosage, THC can cause the intoxicating feeling we like to call ‘high.’

THC offers these effects by interacting with the ECS, short for the endocannabinoid system. The ECS is an essential cell-signaling system in our bodies. It is in charge of many bodily functions such as mood, appetite, hunger, pain, etc.

THC stimulates neurons that impact pleasure, memory, reasoning, coordination, and time perception by binding to cannabinoid receptors in the brain. THC may be detectable in the body for far longer than most other drugs, despite the high effects lasting just a few hours.

THC effects

THC boosts the production of a neurotransmitter called dopamine in the brain, which generates feelings of bliss. However, the effects on the body will differ from person to person.

There are many types of high, and consumers react to THC differently based on numerous factors such as the amount and the consumption method.

THC is most commonly consumed through smoking different cannabis strains. The cannabis flower combines various cannabinoids such as CBN and CBG, the famous CBD, terpenes, and flavonoids. The ratio of these compounds will significantly affect THC’s effects. For example, CBD can tame THC’s effects, so the higher the CBD amount in the strain, the less intense THC’s effects will be.

Delta 9 THC gummies are also becoming popular on the market. They feature a specific THC amount and can include other cannabinoids as well. However, edible Delta 9 THC can take longer to kick in, so you’ll have to be patient.



What is THCP?

THCP is short for Tetrahydrocannabiphorol and was first isolated in 2019. This cannabinoid occurs naturally in specific cannabis strains. THCP is much more potent than THC and can cause almost psychedelic effects, although it does not cause hallucinations. When looking at THCP vs THC, the sole difference can be found in their chemical structures. According to studies, THCP binds to the endocannabinoid receptor CB1 at around 33 times the potency of delta-9 THC.

THCP effects

Many THCP users regard the effects as being more prominent than THC. Because it is more potent, a lesser amount is required to have the same overall effects as THC. Some individuals who have tried THCP say its results are practically identical to THC’s. So, the main difference when consuming these two is about dosage. A much lower dosage of THCP is needed to get similar effects of consuming THC.

What is THCO-?

THC-O is short for tetra cannabinoid-O-acetate. THC-O is a type of ester of THC. THC has been molecularly altered by acetic anhydride and sulfuric acid to become THC-O. Its potency is its most significant advantage when compared to other cannabinoids. Because THC-O is an analog of delta 9, the two chemicals have many of the same benefits, but THC-O delivers them about three times stronger than delta 9. THC-O is a pro-drug, which means that it will be activated only after the body has broken it down; therefore, the results will be delayed.

THC-O effects

THC-O at high levels might cause hallucinations, resulting in a heightened emotional state and a profound spiritual experience. Therefore, it is not recommended for beginner use.


Because THCP has a longer chain of molecules, it is more potent and affects the mind more than THC-O. There are five connections on THC-O and seven on THCP. The drug’s interaction with your body’s receptors, notably those for cannabinoids, is impacted by this added length.

THC-O and THCP are two chemicals found in marijuana plants. For THC-O to work, the chemical must be broken down throughout a bodily process to activate entirely. As opposed to this, THCP begins to work as soon as it enters the body and does not require any additional processes. THC-O has a milder impact than THCP due to the slower onset of action and shorter chain of molecules.

THCP is more potent than THC-O; its potency is approximately 200% more than that of THC-O. THC-O, on the other hand, is three times stronger than THC. With that in mind, you should have a better idea of how much more potent THCP can be compared to THC.

One thing that the two have in common is that both are much stronger and more potent than THC and not suitable for people who are new to the cannabis world and don’t have much experience. The combined euphoria of these psychoactive cannabinoids may be highly intense and overpowering when used simultaneously. Anxiety, panic attacks, and other unpleasant sensations are all possible side effects.


THC boosts the production of a neurotransmitter called dopamine in the brain, which generates feelings of bliss.


The legalities

The legal status of THC-O and THCP is a gray area. The Controlled Substances Act does not make certain cannabinoids illegal in the United States, but it exclusively addresses delta-9 THC. On the other hand, THC analogs are subject to the Federal Analog Act’s requirements.

The 2018 Farm Bill created an unexpected legal loophole by allowing hemp-derived cannabinoids, including THC analogs. This is because the statute states that all hemp-derived goods must have less than 0.3% delta-9 THC.

THC-O, THCP, HHC, and delta-8 THC are legal at the federal level. However, some states have banned such goods or imposed 0.3% limitations on all THC variations.

Final thoughts

THC is the most researched among the three cannabinoids. THCP and THC-O are relatively new on the hemp market, and we don’t have much information regarding their effects and benefits. To put it simply, THCP is the most potent one on the list, then comes the THC-O, and the last place goes to THC. THCP and THC have similar effects, except that THCP can be way more intense. Unlike the other two, THC-O does not occur naturally and can cause psychedelic hallucinations in higher doses. If you’re someone who is just starting their cannabis journey, we would recommend you stay away from THCP and THC-O for the time being and maybe first try less potent THC to see how your body reacts to it first.

Whatever your hemp product choice is, we have got what you need. Shop at the Hemp Doctor for the most innovative cannabinoids and cannabis products the industry can offer, including delicious edibles, fruity gummies and vape carts!

Types of High

Did you know that there are different types of ‘high’? Yes, not all experiences of getting high will feel the same. The cannabis plant comes in various forms or strains, each of which has a unique effect on the body and mind. The particular mix of chemical elements in each strain, including the primary psychoactive ingredient THC and the non-psychoactive ingredient CBD, determine these effects.

There are three main types of strains, Sativa, Indica, and Hybrid. Each of which has a different effect. Therefore, making educated judgments regarding cannabis usage requires understanding the expected outcomes of each cannabis strain. This article will discuss different types of high so that you can make the right choice.



Sativa Strains

Sativa strains need hot, dry climates to strive. They usually grow in Central America, Southeast and West Asia, and Africa. The name Sativa is a derivative of the Latin word ‘sativum.’

Cannabis strains differ based on appearance too. Sativa strains usually have thin, finger-like leaves, are tall and lean, and tend to have a sweet and fruity aroma.

Head High

Sativa strains typically contain high doses of THC and low doses of CBD. Because of this THC versus CBD ratio, Sativa strains provide an uplifting, stimulating influence on the body and mind. They are reported to produce a “head high” effect that promotes creativity, attention, and sociability.


Have you heard about your weed friend’s big dreams after smoking? Suddenly they are eager to achieve them and show a great enthusiasm you may have never seen before. The world is your oyster when you experience the ‘excited high’ most achievable through Sativa strains.

Because of their stimulating impact, Sativa strains are best suited for daytime use to help keep you focused, motivated, and energized throughout the day. They’re also great pre-workout supplements. You don’t need to be concerned about experiencing startling or unpleasant couchlock effects from this strain.



Indica Strains

Opposite to Sativa strains, Indica strains grow in cold northern climates.

Appearance-wise, they’re very different from Sativa strains. Indica plants are short and dense, with large thick leaves. They generate more buds per plant, grow more quickly than Sativa, and have an earthy and musty aroma. Indicas generally have a higher concentration of CBD; however, this does not mean that the THC concentration is low.

Body High

Indica strains are recognized for their calming and sedating effects on the body and mind. Consumers report that Indica strains produce a “body high” effect helping to ease tension and relax the muscles. Because of these relaxing effects, Indica strains are great for nighttime, and they can help you unwind after a stressful day and get a good night’s sleep.


Feeling excited and happy while being relaxed from head to toe is another high that consumers usually achieve from Indica strains; nevertheless, it’s possible from Sativa strains too. Because this type of high is a middle ground between feeling relaxed and excited, a euphoric state is sometimes easily achieved through hybrid strains with an almost equal Indica versus Sativa ratio.


People’s bodies react to cannabis very differently. While you could be sharing a bowl with a friend, one might feel euphoric, and others may fall asleep on the couch. Due to its sedative effects, Indica strains tend to produce a ‘sleepy high’ in some consumers.

Hybrid Strains

As the name suggests, hybrid strains combine both Sativa and Indica. Hybrids are produced on farms or greenhouses by crossing Sativa and Indica strains. Both appearance and effects of a Hybrid strain depend on the Sativa to Indica ratio.

Although many hybrid cannabis plants are designed to boost the THC content, each variety has a different ratio of these two cannabinoids. A hybrid strain can be a product of any two strains. Medical cannabis breeders can also combine Indicas with other Indicas or use two Sativas as parents. However, Indica/Sativa combinations are more typical and frequently praised for their “alert mellowness” and productivity.

A little bit of both worlds

As mentioned, they are produced by crossing several strains to achieve the desired fusion of effects. The calming benefits of Indica strains and the stimulating qualities of Sativa strains are frequently balanced through breeding. It is crucial to research the particular strains utilized in it to speculate a hybrid’s possible impacts. Indica-dominant, Sativa-dominant, or balanced hybrids are the most common categories.


There are three main types of strains, Sativa, Indica, and Hybrid. Each of which has a different effect.


Identifying different strains

Different cannabis strains may be distinguished using a variety of techniques. Examining a plant’s physical qualities, such as size, shape, and color, is one of the most frequently used techniques. As various strains might have distinctive scents and tastes, another method is to consider the plant’s fragrance and flavor. Additionally, laboratory analysis may determine a strain’s precise chemical composition, including its THC and CBD concentrations.

Making educated judgments regarding cannabis usage requires knowledge of the many cannabis strains and their effects. For example, suppose you desire a calming and relaxing experience from using cannabis and choose the Sativa strain. In that case, you most likely won’t get what you’re looking for. The same goes for using Indica for energizing and motivating effects. That’s why it is essential to understand what type of ‘high’ each strain produces. Being aware of the many available strains and their intended uses also helps reduce the risk of adverse effects that can also occur from cannabis usage.

How to choose the right strain for you?

There are a couple of things you must consider when choosing the right cannabis for you.

Knowing what you want to accomplish with each ‘high’ is important. You can reduce your alternatives by considering what you’re attempting to experience or treat.

Recognize your tolerance. Start with strains that are regarded as “entry level.” For a first-timer, strains with greater THC concentrations can be too potent.

Select your preferred intake method. Each cannabis consumption method has advantages and disadvantages. It is good to try different approaches to see what works best for you.

Think about your medical background. Despite being a natural substance, cannabis has powerful effects. It is crucial to assess potential interactions with current medical conditions and drugs before experimenting with cannabis.

Final Thoughts

The article reviewed the highs correlated to various cannabis strains, including Indica, Sativa, and hybrid strains. It detailed each strain’s impact on the body and mind. Additionally, it covered the need to comprehend the various strains and their effects to make an informed decision about using cannabis. Understanding different strains can ensure that the appropriate strain is chosen to suit your specific needs.

At the Hemp Doctor shop the most innovative hemp products today and find the best strain for your desired results. We recommend you check out our Delta 9 THC and Delta 8 THC products given their potency and popularity with our customers!

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Cannabinoids are taking the stage of the wellness world. There is some new addition to the cannabis family that everyone should know about. This article will discuss the three most popular new cannabinoids that have recently taken the wellness community by storm.


What is a cannabinoid?

Cannabinoids are chemicals found naturally in the Cannabis sativa plant. Only around 66 of the plant’s roughly 480 different chemicals are known as cannabinoids. Cannabinoids work by engaging with specific cannabinoid receptors found on the surface of cells.

CB1 and CB2 are the two primary kinds of cannabinoid receptors in the body and are present in various central nervous system regions. The fundamental distinction between cannabinoids is dependent on their level of psychoactivity. In this article, we will be discussing three new cannabinoids and their characteristics.

What are the three new Cannabinoids you should know about?

THC was once thought to be the sole cannabinoid of interest. CBD began prominence after the 2018 Farm Bill allowed states to cultivate hemp. Then came the development of delta-8 THC. And now, new cannabinoids are making their appearance on the cannabis market. HHC, THC-O, and THCP are three new cannabinoids that have become the talk of the cannabis enthusiasts’ community.


HHC, also known as Hexahydrocannabinol, is a naturally occurring compound in the Cannabis Sativa plant, although only in trace amounts. It is a semi-synthetic hydrogenated chemical initially discovered in 1944 by American scientist Roger Adams, who added hydrogen molecules to delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol.

The structure of delta 9 THC is altered by hydrogenation by replacing a double bond with two hydrogen atoms. To put it another way, HHC is the most stable type of THC. It is highly resistant to oxidation, heat, and ultraviolet radiation.

Although initially discovered in 1944, it has only recently reached the cannabis market, and only a few retailers sell it. According to consumers’ reports, HHC provides various effects depending on its strain ranging from calm to medium-high weed effect, compared to delta 8 THC providing medium-low ‘high.’



THC-O, also known as THC-o acetate, is a synthetic analog of THC. That means while THC-O is a cannabinoid, it is not naturally occurring and can only be produced safely using modern cannabis technology. A sequence of extractions is needed to make THC-O.

THC-O study, regulation, and statistics are limited; however, researchers have determined that it is a “prodrug.” A prodrug is a substance that must be digested to be activated. After THC-O is digested, what’s left is a highly bioavailable version of delta-9 THC, which means it’s absorbed and circulates well in the body. The bioavailability raises the potency speculatively. It is believed to be 2-3 times more potent than THC.

Allegedly THC-O research was first conducted in 1949 by the US military. The chemical was not discovered again until 1978. Acetic anhydride was mixed with a cannabis extract at a lab in Jacksonville, Florida. This results in the THC-O we know today.



THCP, also known as phytocannabinoid, is the newest and one of the most exciting cannabinoids on our list. It was discovered in late 2019 by accident by Italian researchers working on the UNIHEMP project. On a natural cannabis sample given by the Military Chemical Institute in Florence, Italy, researchers employed sophisticated mass spectrometry and liquid chromatography technologies. Mass spectrometry and liquid chromatography analyses enabled researchers to evaluate plant materials accurately. THCP was discovered by coincidence during this process.

The reason why this cannabinoid got everyone’s attention is that it has been claimed to be 33 times more potent than THC, which is a bit of a misconception. The finding of THCP may explain why some strains with low THC levels are pretty powerful, both in terms of psychotropic effects and medical advantages. THC has a 5-carbon atom side chain in its chemical composition. THCP features a side chain of 7 carbon atoms, which has never been seen in naturally occurring cannabis previously. Because of the two additional side chains, THCP can bind to CB1 and CB2 receptors more efficiently, resulting in THCP being 33 times as active as THC on the CB1 receptor and 5-10 times more active on the CB2 receptor.

Are these cannabinoids legal?

Cannabinoids and their legality is usually debatable subject.

HHC should be fine because it is produced from hemp rather than THC. Retailers claim that because HHC is present in hemp plant seeds and pollen, it is “non-synthetic,” so a “totally federally lawful hemp extraction.” For the time being, HHC products exist in the hazy legal space between hemp and cannabis. One could say it is permitted under the 2018 farm bill, but since specific states have their own rules, consumers are the ones who have to find out about the regulations of the state where they reside.

As long as THC-O is produced from federally authorized hemp and does not include more than .3% delta-9 THC, it is legal under the 2018 Farm bill. Although THC-O is technically comparable to a schedule I drug and might be classified as such under the 1986 Federal Analogue Act. For now, as long as its supply can be traced back to federally authorized hemp, it is enough of a grey area to make it available on the market to purchase.

Just like the previous two, legality is also questionable in the case of THCP. Companies may legally produce, distribute, and sell to customers in the United States as long as their goods contain THCP derived from 100% Hemp extract. Cannabis having less than 0.3% THC is legally categorized as hemp and lawful under federal law.

The Wrap

There is still a lot to learn about new cannabinoids. We hope this article was helpful for you to understand three new cannabinoids that have been gaining quite a popularity lately.

It will be easy to obtain much-needed relief once you have identified the ideal cannabinoids for your needs. If you already chose which one you want to try the most in this list, or even if you want to try all three of them, you can find quality products at The Hemp doctor to ensure you’ll have a premium experience.


Cannabinoids are chemicals found naturally in the Cannabis sativa plant. Only around 66 of the plant’s roughly 480 different chemicals are known as cannabinoids.