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THCa Flower – Sativa, Indica and Hybrids

100% Legal THCa Flower
USA-Grown Licensed Hemp Farms
Indica, Sativa, and Hybrid THCa Strains
20%-30% of Total THC Potency
Expertly Cultivated THCa Flower
Flower and 1 Gram THCa Prerolls Available

 

 


THCa Flower - Sativa, Indica and Hybrids

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Mr. Hemp Flower is proud to introduce the newest collection of hemp flower strains, our High-THCa hemp flower! If you love THC, then you’ll love our new THCa strains! 

High-THCa strains are cultivated by master growers under special cultivation conditions so that they produce low amounts of D9 THC and high amounts of THCa.


This makes THCa flower legally classified as hemp while still providing a powerful THC potency that will knock your socks off!

Our expertly crafted THCa-rich strains are cultivated on licensed American hemp farms using only organic methods and are rich in full-spectrum terpenes and cannabinoids. 

We take extra care to preserve the profile, potency, and integrity of our THCa strains to ensure our customers enjoy a true-to-strain experience and get the best quality THCa flower possible. Plus, every THCa strain comes with a dedicated third-party lab so that you always know what’s in your bud.

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THCa flower is a federally legal version of THC products. THCa flower and THCa products offer an alternative to smoking marijuana and cannabis, which are still illegal at the federal level. 

Are there laws that make THCa illegal? Thanks to a legal loophole in the 2018 farm bill regulations laws, which changed how hemp is classified under federal laws, THCa products are legally available for purchase online similar to other hemp products. 

But be warned! Not all THCa products are the same. Here at Mr. Hemp Flower, we go to radical lengths to ensure that all of our strains come from USDA-licensed hemp farms. 

We provide third-party labs for all of our strains, including our THCa flower. This way you can verify the potency, purity, and profile of our strains directly on our website. Just check the product page for the link to the third-party lab of the strain you want. 

The third-party lab for our THCa strains will show you the total cannabinoids, including total THCa levels, CBD, and all of the other cannabinoids for which the strain was screened. 

What is THCA flower?

THCa flower is a legal high-THC product. But how is THCa flower made?

THCa flower is cultivated by expert growers using specific environmental growing conditions that keep cannabis plants from converting their THCa into D9 THC. 

When the flower is smoked, the THCa content converts into THC via decarboxylation.

 

Thus those who enjoy cannabis will predictably enjoy the benefits of smoking THCa flower. 

THCa strains contain only naturally occurring full-spectrum hemp compounds found within the plant's buds and beneficial oils.

Unlike other types of hemp flower, such as delta 8 flower which undergoes a complex extraction and infusion process, THCa strains are pure unadulterated flower and there is no infusion of cannabinoids. 

THCa, or THC-acid, is the “parent” cannabinoid to THC, meaning THC comes from THCa. Normally, as a cannabis plant matures it converts its THCa content into D9 THC.

However, master cannabis growers recently discovered that by controlling temperature and humidity variables they can suppress the THCa to D9 conversion process in the cannabis plant, allowing them to craft a new type of THCa-rich strain that can be legally classified as hemp. 

THC Flower FAQ's

With so many new types of cannabinoids beyond CBD and THC coming out all the time, it can be difficult to keep up. That’s why this section is designed to answer the most commonly asked questions we get about THCa and THC.

THCa is short for delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinolic acid. It’s the acidic precursor or “acidic form” of THC, or delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol. Also referred to as the “parent” to THC, THCa converts into the cannabinoid delta 9 THC through a process known as decarboxylation. 

THCa molecules are fully functional organic acid compounds. Compared to delta 9 THC, THCa’s molecular structure has an extra carboxyl ring, or “double-bonded” carbon and oxygen atoms.

When THCa is exposed to heat, light, and pressure, it causes the molecule to lose its extra carboxyl ring, therefore “decomposing” into delta 9 THC. This process of decarboxylation occurs naturally in the environment and through processes such as smoking. 

If you’ve ever researched how to make special brownies, then you may have come across this idea in the recipes you found. Often simplified as “the decarb process” homemade pot brownie recipes suggest you gently heat the cannabis in the oven at a low temperature before infusing it into the butter to make your brownies. 

The heat from the oven triggers the decarboxylation process causing the THCa to convert into the active form of delta-9 THC. But none of this explains why decarboxylation is a good thing, does it?

Decarboxylation is a good thing because it THCa itself isn’t very strong. And although it binds with endocannabinoid receptors in the brain, THCa research suggests that it doesn’t have as strong an affinity for binding with cannabinoid receptors as THC.

Cannabinoid receptors in the brain are responsible for the mood and mind-altering effects of THC, and THCa’s lack of binding affinity for them means that it doesn’t hold the same potent properties as THC. 

Is it safe to consume raw cannabis? Many people that consume cannabis raw (freshly harvested or dried flowers and leaves) report experiencing physical comfort and overall wellness among their primary benefits.

The approach of “eating” your cannabinoids is generally adopted by those who prefer not to smoke. Those seeking potential anti-inflammatory properties from cannabinoids such as CBD and THCa also enjoy using CBD-rich hemp leaves and buds in their morning smoothies as a smoke-free way of enjoying the benefits of CBD and other full-spectrum cannabinoids. 

Is it safe to consume raw buds to get THCa and CBD? Recent studies and research looking into the potential anti-inflammatory properties of THCa, but there is very little research on the full benefit and risk of taking cannabinoids. Further research is needed to fully understand whether or not cannabinoids may be beneficial to treat any particular disease. 

Disclosure: The information on this site is not intended as medical advice. It’s recommended that individuals do their research and consult a healthcare professional they trust to diagnose and treat any disease or health condition. 

High-THCa potency levels are generally identified as 20%-30% THCa, which implies a similarly correlated total THC potency. 

Although THCa is not directly responsible for many of our strains’ enjoyable properties, as soon as it is combusted it instantaneously converts into delta 9 THC through a process known as decarboxylation. 

Since THCa potency correlates to total THC potency, it’s correct to predict that higher concentrations of THCa will produce stronger effects. 

Typically, THCa levels of 20% and up are considered high potency. Our THCa strains are always crafted to contain between 20%-30% THCa potency, and contain a full spectrum of cannabinoids including CBD and THC. 

The primary benefit of THCa flower is that it provides a potent THC-rich hemp strain that is stronger than delta 8 and HHC, and 100% legal under federal law. Smoking high-THCa strains offers users similar benefits to taking delta 9 THC cannabinoids. 

Inhalation of the THCa via smoke provides a fast-acting and immediate onset of THCa benefits. The heat from the burning flower creates combustion that removes the extra carboxyl ring, converting THCa into THC, and giving you a blissful and enlightening experience associated with THC. 

Furthermore, THCa strains are also rich in the cannabinoid CBD and other hemp compounds including terpenes and flavonoids that contribute to the flower’s overall potency and effect. 

Both delta 8 and THCa are naturally occurring forms of THC found in both hemp and cannabis plants. 

The primary difference between the delta 8 flower and the THCa flower is that the delta 8 flower undergoes an extraction and infusion process that amplifies its natural cannabinoid profile. THCa, on the other hand, is a raw, natural flower free from any extraction or infusion processes intended to amplify its profile.

Delta 8 THC, however, is considered less than half as potent as delta 9 THC. And since the THCa in THCa strains turns into delta 9 THC when smoked, THCa strains are generally considered more potent than delta 8 THC strains. 

Each person’s response and individual experience with taking cannabinoids will be unique. Some people may be more sensitive to taking THC than others. If you think you may be sensitive to THC, it’s best recommended to take only very small amounts of delta 8 THC. 

Delta 8’s weaker potency has to do with the location of its carboxyl ring within the molecular structure of the compound, which weakens its affinity for binding with cannabinoid receptors in the brain. 

And while THCa changes into delta 9 THC when smoked, it’s not clear exactly how much potential potency may or may not be lost during the conversion. This said it’s generally thought that higher THCa potency equates to higher delta 9 potency when smoked.

The primary difference between THCa flower and cannabis flower or marijuana is the legality. Cannabis is illegal under US federal law and in many US states, while THCa flower is legal under federal law and in most US states with legal hemp regulations. 

Why consume THCa edibles or smoke THCa flower? That, my friends, is a million-dollar question! People love to consume THCa products and smoke THCa strains because they act upon the body in the same way as regular marijuana with psychoactive effects - except that it's 100% legal under federal law.

Another pro that THCa flower has over cannabis is that it can be legally purchased online in the US by adults over the age of 21 years old without the need for any special medical card, license, or prescription.

You might be wondering - is THCa flower legal? Aren’t there cannabis laws for this type of flower? THCa flower is legal under federal law for a few reasons. 

One, the THCa used to make THCa flower is not cannabis-derived, but instead is legally derived from hemp flower. Hemp flower is federally legal as long as it complies with the THC limit of 0.3% delta 9 THC by dry weight volume. 

Dry weight volume refers to measuring cannabis products, hemp products, and other THC products at a “dry” low-moisture state. For example, measuring the THCa content from a freshly harvested hemp flower will differ from the “dry weight” measurement of the same strain. 

Similar to hemp plants and hemp flower in general, high-THCa flower products must also comply with the THC limit on delta 9 THC.

Yes, THCa will appear on a marijuana drug test. Drug tests like this are screening for THC metabolites. Drug tests don’t differentiate between types of THC such as THCa, THCp, delta 8, or delta 9. 

Avoid a failed drug test and avoid THCa products if you know you’ll be screened for marijuana. THCa and THC can stay in your system for up to four weeks depending on your metabolism, frequency of use, and body mass. 

THCa affects the cannabinoid receptors in the brain, but by itself doesn’t exert any psychoactive effects on the mind. However, once converted into d9 THC, the compound provides a blissful activation of CB1 receptors that modulate aspects of wellness related to -

  • Mood
  • Behavior
  • Cognition
  • Proprioception 
  • Perception 
  • Comfort 
  • Stress
  • Appetite 

Each person's experience with taking THCa, THC, and other cannabinoids will be unique and vary depending on the circumstances. 

When THCa is heated, through smoking, vaping, or other processes, it loses its extra double-bonded carboxyl ring. This degrades THCa into delta 9 THC and is known as decarboxylation.

Both CBD and THCa are naturally occurring cannabinoids derived from hemp and cannabis plants. However, hemp and cannabis plants don’t produce cannabinoids compatible with the endocannabinoid system. They produce acidic compounds like THCa that in turn convert into usable cannabinoids like THC

Similar to THC, CBD has an acidic precursor, CBDa. Thus, the primary difference between CBD and THCa is that THCa is an acidic precursor to THC, while CBD is what you get after the CBDa molecule decarboxylates and loses its acidic component. 

Broadly speaking, THC provides more of the cerebral, psychoactive properties of cannabinoids and CBD generates most of the calm, comforting effects of taking cannabinoids. Taking both CBD and THC together in varying ratios can produce a wide array of beneficial effects compared to taking only one cannabinoid.

High-THCa potency levels are generally identified as 20%-30% THCa, which implies a similarly correlated total THC potency. 

Although THCa is not directly responsible for many of our strains’ enjoyable properties, as soon as it is combusted it instantaneously converts into delta 9 THC through a process known as decarboxylation. 

Since THCa potency correlates to total THC potency, it’s correct to predict that higher concentrations of THCa will produce stronger effects. 

Typically, THCa levels of 20% and up are considered high potency. Our THCa strains are always crafted to contain between 20%-30% THCa potency, and contain a full spectrum of cannabinoids including CBD and THC. 

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