With its excellent hemp cultivation program and the widest variety of legal hemp-derived products, Arizona is the nation’s most hemp-friendly state. Unfortunately, the state doesn’t “accommodate” novel cannabinoids like delta 8 or delta 10, which are effectively banned.
What about the new THC isomer, HHC? This cannabinoid is mildly intoxicating, it’s not the same as THC, but it is produced using organic synthesis (in most cases). Can you buy HHC flower in the Copper State? Let’s take a look.
Is HHC Flower Legal in Arizona?
HHC flower is potentially illegal in Arizona.
Arizona’s laws don’t specifically address the legal status of HHC. The Arizona State Administrative Register and Revised Statutes ban the distribution and sale of any form of THC, including delta 8 and delta 10.
Although it’s not the same as THC, HHC may fall under these state provisions because it’s a THC isomer.
The laws around THC and cannabis in Arizona are pretty confusing. The Copper State legalized recreational cannabis in 2020, but at the same time, it considers it a controlled substance. The only THC that’s not prohibited and legal for recreational purposes is the synthetic isomer of delta 9.
Arizona is friendly towards hemp and hemp-derived products, allowing any type of CBD to be sold in the state — including edibles.
What is HHC Flower?
HHC flower is a CBD-rich flower sprayed with HHC isolate.
Hexahydrocannabinol, or HHC, is a hemp cannabinoid naturally occurring in the plant in trace amounts. It has very similar effects on the mind and body as THC. It produces less powerful feelings of euphoria and leans more towards relaxation rather than stimulation.
Its potential benefits range from managing chronic pain and reducing inflammation to alleviating nausea and anxiety. This is a new cannabinoid on the market, so make sure you buy it from a reputable brand that offers tested, quality products.
Where to Buy HHC Flower in Arizona
You can order it online from Mr. Hemp Flower (please check state and local laws as they’re constantly changing).
We bring you an organically grown, CBD rich flower in combination with exciting and healing cannabinoids, like delta 8 and HHC.
Experienced North Carolina and Oregon farmers cultivate our flower within a greenhouse. Each batch is tested by a third-party lab and comes with a certificate of analysis.
The top three HHC flower strains we offer currently are:
Dutch Delight HHC
This strain brings double enjoyment — sticky, resinous buds rich in terpenes, cannabinoids (CBD, THCA, CBDA, CBCA), and coated in HHC.
You’ll love the resinous oil and its sweet flavor that elicits calming effects on the body. Many describe it as a relaxing slow-wave that helps release tension and pain.
Sour Space Candy HHC
This daytime sativa hemp strain just turned into an all-day strain. A combination that will leave you stress-free, HHC’s relaxing effects balance out the energizing and uplifting properties of Sour Space Candy. Smoking this bud gives you a sense of increased focus and mental clarity.
A sativa-dominant hybrid that deserves its “all-day strain” nickname, Hercules HHC stimulates the mind while keeping the user in a lethargic-free state. You can use it in the morning or at night to loosen up.
Is HHC legal in Arizona?
HHC is potentially illegal in Arizona because it’s a THC isomer, and THC is banned in the state.
What is HHC flower?
HHC flower is a CBD flower coated in HHC isolate.
Is HHC stronger than Delta 9?
No, anecdotal evidence shows that HHC is slightly less potent than delta 9.
Does HHC get you high?
Yes, it does. It gives you a less intense high than delta 9, but a high nonetheless.
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