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THC-O is becoming ever more popular in the cannabis community, so brands have been working on creating products that will give their users a safe and fun experience.
One of the most popular ways to ingest THC-O is with gummies, so we’ve rounded up some of the best money can buy.
Binoid’s THC-O gummies deliver a potent 25 mg dose per gummy, promising high quality. They’re vegan, gluten-free, and delicious, available in a variety of flavors: Blueberry Pie, Piña Colada, and Sour Cherry Lime.
Eating just one will induce an uplifting and happy experience, together with a calming body effect that will have you feeling your best.
Thank goodness that THC-O-Acetate is currently legal under the 2018 Farm Bill because we love Bearly Legal’s gummies. The high-potency edibles are sure to deliver body-heavy effects that are sedative, as well as provide a spiritual cannabis experience. They’ve got great reviews, with users praising their potency.
Bay Smokes has created gummy cubes that offer a new way to ingest THC-O at any time of the day and at any place. Artisanally created, each 10 mg gummy is made using pure distillate from organic hemp and phytonutrients. Available in delicious Black Cherry and Lemon Lime flavors, these edibles pack a punch.
Utoya doesn’t just stick to regular gummies – they have gummy bears, fruit slices, gummy worms, and gummy rings. With delicious flavor and potent effects that will boost your mood, these edibles will have you tripping anywhere from one to five hours. With 25 mg of THC-O per organic and vegan gummy, they aren’t for the faint of heart (so they might just be what you’re looking for).
These gummies are a pleasure to look at, popping up as little jelly cubes with delicious flavor – but they’re even better to experience. Smilyn Wellness’ THC-O gummies promise to deliver an unforgettable adventure thanks to their potency and psychedelic effects.
In states where cannabis isn’t yet totally legal, users are turning to THC-O products to get their fix. Although many of us have just recently heard about it, the synthetic and powerfully psychoactive compound derived from hemp has been studied all the way back to 1949.
To create the molecule, a highly-flammable compound by the name of acetic anhydride is added to regular THC molecules, extracting THC-O from hemp, which is federally legal by the 2018 Farm Bill.
The compound is not naturally occurring in regular weed but can be safely manufactured with cannabis tech.
When it comes to the benefits that THC-O provides, this cutting-edge cannabinoid is thought to be up to three times more potent than the highly popular THC.
It’s recognized as being helpful to combat nausea and anxiety, as well as stimulating appetite and reducing stress. THC-O is a great cannabinoid to add to your daily routine if you’re looking for strong effects, mighty trips, and a relaxing body high.
The study of effects brought on by THC-O is still being investigated, but it’s safe to say that the trip that it carries is different from other cannabinoids. It’s physically sedating, which means that it will have you feeling very relaxed and carefree.
The feeling is similar to regular THC, with changes in sensory information that will alter taste, sound, touch, and sight. However, THC-O is thought to produce a heavier and more psychedelic trip. It might make you zone out for a couple of hours – but if you’re looking for this type of experience, trying it might be worth a shot.
At the end of the day, it’s all about what kind of trip you want to experience. If you’re into the whole melting into the couch thing, THC-O is the way to go.
The chemical structure of THC-O is similar to THC, as it is an analog and a prodrug of the popular cannabinoid. When compared to delta-8 and delta-10, it’s quite stronger than both (and even stronger than Delta 9).
Users have reported that it brings on a spiritual high that can almost be compared to a hallucinogenic.
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