HHC vs Delta 8


What is Delta 8?

Any Delta 8 THC product that you find should from cannabis plants containing less than 0.3% Delta 9 THC (Industrial Hemp), in accordance with the 2018 farm bill. However, most Delta 8 products won’t be supported by third-party test results. At DVNT, we lab test everything.

A lot of people are going online and asking Google, “Is Delta 8 Safe?” It depends. Not all Delta 8 is safe. We’ll explain.


Is DVNT Delta 8 safe? Yes. At DVNT, our Delta 8 products come from organically-grown hemp plants. In addition, all DVNT Delta 8 products are lab-tested. USA-farmed, USA -made from soil to smoke.


According to Wikipedia, “Delta-8-tetrahydrocannabinol is a psychoactive cannabinoid found in the Cannabis plant. It is an isomer of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, the compound commonly known as THC. ∆⁸-THC is under preliminary research for its biological properties.”


Most people who take energy supplements end up diving into “busy work,” — which happens when you’re actively doing something yet accomplish very little. Rather than making you feel like you’re fired up and stimulated, cannabinoid-based “energy boosters” like delta 8 help you dial in your mental capacity for tasks that actually move the needle.

What is HHC?

According to Wikipedia, “Hexahydrocannabinol is a hydrogenated derivative of tetrahydrocannabinol. It is a naturally occurring phytocannabinoid that has rarely been identified as a trace component in Cannabis sativa, but can also be produced synthetically by hydrogenation of cannabis extracts.”


HHC is more powerful than Delta-8, but how do they compare when matched up against each other pound for pound? The effects are a lot alike, but when it comes to HHC vs. Delta 8, the differences lay mainly in their chemical structure. HHC is more like Delta 9 in that it lacks the double bonds in the carbon atom, whereas Delta-8 has the double bonds. These double bonds impact how each compound goes to work on your body and the receptors in your brain. That explains why HHC works different than Delta-8.

HHC and Delta 8 may both provide you with feelings of stress-relief, euphoria, and an overall “intoxication”” but the degrees changes when you measure the two. Even if you’re the most seasoned Delta-8 consumer, we recommend starting out SLOW with HHC. Work your way up until you find the right DVNT buzz.

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Now that you have a little background on HHC, you may be wondering if it’s the right fit for you. At the end of the day, it all comes down to your personal preference! If you like a more mellowed-out high that keeps you in control, you might prefer to skip HHC for a milder cannabinoid like Delta-8. If Delta-8’s potency isn’t up to your standards, on the other hand, it may be time to try something new—and HHC is just the thing!


As always, we recommend talking to your doctor before you try a new cannabinoid if you’re taking any other medications or have medical conditions that may affect your experience. But as long as you’re cautious and start slow, you’re well on your way to an incredible HHC high!

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