New Compounds in Cannabis: THC-P, HHC-P, HHC-O, and THC-O

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New Compounds in Cannabis: THC-P, HHC-P, HHC-O, and THC-O


The universe of cannabis and hemp is vast and ever-evolving. As science progresses, we uncover new cannabinoids with unique properties and potential benefits for human well-being.


While information on HHC-P is more limited compared to other cannabinoids, it's known to be a variant of HHC. Like other cannabinoids, HHC-P is expected to offer beneficial properties, though more research is needed to determine its full effects and potential applications.


THC-P (tetrahydrocannabiphorol) is a natural cannabinoid found in trace amounts in hemp. It's approximately 10 times more potent in terms of psychoactive properties than delta 9 THC. Despite its potency, it offers a balanced experience, with levels of well-being and relaxation that stand out among other cannabinoids. Its recent discovery means there's still much to learn about its benefits and applications.


HHC-O is a powered-up version of HHC. By combining HHC with acetic anhydride, a structure is obtained that enhances the properties of the original cannabinoid. HHC-O products offer a deeper, more intense experience, providing a unique and pleasant sensation. It's considered by many as a closer alternative to the experience of Delta 9 THC.


THC-O (THC-O acetate) is a cannabinoid that, while not new, has recently gained popularity. Originally developed by the military in the 20th century, THC-O products are known for providing an extremely euphoric sense of well-being. Many users report that the body effect of THC-O is notably pleasant and distinctive.


These cannabinoids represent the cutting edge of research and development in the cannabis world. At Spanoids, we are committed to innovation and education, and we will soon offer these products, always guaranteeing the highest quality and safety for our customers. We invite our community to stay informed and explore these exciting discoveries with us.

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