Idaho’s known for its notoriously strict cannabis laws. It’s the last state to legalize hemp cultivation — three years after the adoption of the 2018 Farm Bill.
What does Idaho’s law say about novel cannabinoids like HHC? Can you buy HHC flower in the Gem State? Let’s look at the legislation and where to buy.
Is HHC Flower Legal in Idaho?
HHC flower is illegal in Idaho. The state only allows the sale of hemp-derived CBD products with zero THC. As you know, hemp flower contains less than 0.3% delta 9, which makes this product illegal to buy and sell in this state.
Idaho doesn’t have specific laws that address the legal status of HHC cannabinoid. But, the state has banned the sale of full spectrum CBD products. Under state law (Idaho Code §37-2705), any material, compound, or mixture which contains any quantity of THC is considered a Schedule I substance.
The law is pretty strict with THC-free products as well. Legal CBD products must come from five identified parts of the hemp plant, including:
- Mature stalks
- Fiber produced from the stalks
- Oil or cake made from the seeds or the achene of the plant
- Any other compound, manufacture, salt, derivative, mixture, or preparation of the mature stalks
- The sterilized seed of such plant which is incapable of germination.
What is HHC Flower?
HHC flower is a CBD-rich flower sprayed with HHC oil.
If you’re not familiar with it, hexahydrocannabinol or HHC is a THC isomer found in trace amounts in the hemp plant. This cannabinoid is considered the most stable form of THC and produces feelings of euphoria, altered vision, changes in heart rate, and altered cognition.
Like delta 8 flower, there’s no such thing as HHC flower in nature, so this is the only way of experiencing the effects of this compound in a full spectrum smokable form. Because we’re talking about a novel cannabinoid, please make sure you’re buying it from a reputable brand that tests its products and cares about your health and wellbeing.
Mr. Hemp Flower is the market’s most reliable source for novel cannabinoids. We don’t offer every cannabinoid possible but a carefully selected collection of lab-tested, safe hemp compounds produced at the highest quality.
Where to Buy HHC Flower in Idaho
Unfortunately, you are not legally allowed to buy HHC flower in Idaho.
If the law changes, Mr. Hemp Flower is here to serve your hemp flower needs. We offer organic, CBD-rich flowers cultivated in local North Carolina and Oregon farms. Our buds are top-quality produce grown within a greenhouse and tested by a third-party lab.
For HHC flower, we offer three strains that pair incredibly well with the effects this cannabinoid produces, including:
Dutch Delight HHC
The reason we chose to coat this strain with generous amounts of HHC oil is its cannabinoid-rich buds. Dutch Delight is loaded with an array of cannabinoids, like CBD, CBDA, THCA, and CBCA. Its sticky buds present a fragrant herbal scent that together with its sweet flavor soothe the body and mind.
Sour Space Candy HHC
If you’re looking for a more familiar strain to try, Sour Space Candy is suitable for both daytime and nighttime use. This strain has a refreshing citrus aftertaste provided by the rich terpene profile that offers stress-relieving properties.
Hercules HHC is a sativa-dominant hybrid that makes the user “functionally sedated.” This strain offers mental alertness native to sativas and keeps you focused and productive without feeling lethargic.
Is HHC legal in Idaho?
HHC is not banned in Idaho, but issues may arise because it’s an intoxicating cannabinoid. HHC flower is illegal because it contains less than 0.3% delta 9 THC, and Idaho only allows the sale of THC-free products.
What is HHC flower?
HHC flower is a CBD flower sprayed with hexahydrocannabinol (HHC) distillate.
Is HHC stronger than Delta 9?
No, HHC is not more potent than delta 9 (according to anecdotal evidence).
Does HHC get you high?
Yes, it does — a less intense one, but a high nonetheless.
Read our legal disclaimer HERE. While we try to stay as up to date as possible on all state laws, you should do your own due diligence and work with a legal professional to ensure you are operating legally in your state or territory at all times.