5 Best HHC Edibles

HHC Edibles

If you prefer sustained, long-lasting highs to short, intense bursts, then you’ll love HHC edibles. Kicking in steadily and keeping you stoned for several hours, these tasty treats are perfect for when you want to chill out and relax.

HHC is essentially the legal version of THC, with properties remarkably like the famous but federally banned cannabinoid. However, it’s now possible for weed lovers to indulge in the effects of marijuana edibles without breaking the law – and it’s all thanks to HHC!

Before we get into the specific benefits of HHC edibles and how to use them to the best effect, allow me to introduce you to my top five edible products. 

1. Delta Extrax – Sours Hydro HHC Gummies

Sours Hydro gummy

HHC has more in common with THC than any other hemp cannabinoid, and these Sours Hydro Gummies from Delta Extrax bring those benefits to the fore. Delta Extrax infuses 10mg of HHC into each gummy – a tub of 25 gummies works out to 250mg HHC in all.

These gummies start with a blast of sour before finishing off with a delectably sweet aftertaste. Indeed, quality-wise, Delta Extrax’s gummies compare with any that you might find at the local candy store.

Accurate Test Lab’s third-party certificate of analysis (COA) confirms a hefty 10.6mg HHC per gummy. Even better, there’s not a drop of THC in sight, nor any CBD, which would reduce the psychoactive effects of HHC.

2. Artisan – HHC Cube Gummies (Fruity Mix)

HHC Cube gummy

Artisan by name, artisan by nature! These high-quality HHC gummies live up to their billing, and with an eye-popping 25mg HHC per gummy, they are best reserved for those familiar with weed’s psychoactive effects.

Available at Copper Mountain Hemp Traders, each tub contains 50 cube-shaped gummies, which adds up to an impressive 1250mg of HHC. The Fruity Mix consists of bright yellow, red, and blue gummies, hinting at citrusy and berry flavors.

These vegan-friendly HHC gummies are third-party tested by Accurate Test Labs. The results show a better-than-expected 25.5mg HHC per gummy and a fully Farm Bill-compliant product. If you’re looking for potent, legal HHC gummies, you’ve found them!

3. Bearly Legal Hemp – HHC Gummies

Bearly Legal Hemp Gummy

Feel the roar of an HHC gummy from Bearly Legal Hemp! You’re guaranteed punchy and intense psychoactive effects with a hefty 20mg HHC per gummy. Choose between packs of 10 or 25 and numerous flavor combinations!

Made entirely in the United States with Farm Bill-compliant industrial hemp, these gummies are vegan-friendly, gluten-free, and suitable for everyone! Bearly Legal Hemp recognizes the need for good storage, too, packing its cube-shaped gummies in a resealable ziplock pouch.

Shipped discreetly with a 30-day moneyback guarantee, Bearly Legal Hemp’s HHC gummies are third-party analyzed by KCA Labs and contain less than 0.3% THC.

Flavors: Mango, Guava, Cotton Candy, Pineapple, Blue Raspberry, and in assortments

4. MoonWlkr – HHC Gummies

MoonWlkr HHC Gummy

There’s much to like about MoonWlkr’s sugary HHC treats, which register at a precise 12.5mg HHC per gummy (312.5mg in a tub of 25). You could opt for blasts of blueberry with Europa Blue Dream Berry or enjoy a lighter touch with the Atlas Watermelon Zkittlez.

MoonWlkr is another hemp brand that prefers the cuboid approach, and the sugary coating makes these gummies truly mouth-watering. Interestingly, Moonwlkr combines plant-derived terpenes with natural and artificial flavorings – an intriguing blend, but it works!

They recommend keeping the gummies in the refrigerator to prevent melting and a loss of shape. Moonwlkr also suggests a cautious approach of dosing with one gummy per hour. ACS Laboratory provides a stellar third-party certificate of analysis.

5. Exhale Wellness – HHC Gummy Cubes

Exhale Wellness HHC Gummy

Think psychoactive hemp-based cannabinoids, and Exhale Wellness probably comes to mind. A well-known brand with a broad repertoire, they are mixing it into the HHC edible market with these vegan-friendly, organic gummy cubes.

Not for the faint of heart at 25mg HHC per serving, I’d only suggest this product for those well-versed in the world of weed. With 30 gummies per tub, Exhale gummies offer decent bang for your buck with 750mg of HHC for $65.

But despite all the lofty claims and high promises of these HHC edibles, they fall well short due to the lack of third-party certification. If not for that, they would have been first or second on my list, not languishing down in fifth.

What is HHC?

HHC is a psychoactive cannabinoid that has received a new lease of life thanks to the federal government legalizing hemp. 

Found in trace amounts in hemp and marijuana, HHC is THC’s hydrogenated derivative and is only slightly less potent than the master cannabinoid.

But with THC inaccessible for the millions of Americans living in states where recreational marijuana is illegal, HHC products are filling the gap. HHC is a mind-altering, euphoric substance, much in the same vein as THC, albeit a little more sedative.

HHC products like edibles fall under the definition of hemp, as detailed in the 2018 Agriculture Improvement Act (Farm Bill). By law, hemp-derived HHC products must have no more than 0.3% THC. However, most HHC products are THC-free.

You may be put off by HHC’s “semi-synthetic” tag. Unfortunately, making HHC in a laboratory is a necessary evil – hemp doesn’t make enough HHC for it to be profitable. But the lab process isn’t as nasty and unnatural as it may seem.

Rather than being cooked up from scratch, HHC is simply synthesized from hemp-sourced CBD isolate. If lab technicians were making HHC from unnatural origins, it would be illegal. But since they aren’t, we can infer from recent DEA comments that the process is perfectly fine!

What are HHC Edibles?

HHC edibles are foods – typically gummies and candies – containing high quantities of psychoactive HHC distillate.

In contrast to smoking flowers or vaping carts, edibles don’t deliver immediate effects but a high that builds and maintains over many hours. Edibles are go-to products for those who want a healthy intake method and for people who want to settle in for an all-night trip!

Traditionally, hemp-based gummies have been made with animal gelatin. However, many brands are now adopting an all-inclusive approach by making vegan-friendly and gluten-free gummies.

How to Take HHC Edibles

HHC edibles

Rookie errors and bad trips are all too familiar with the edible experience. The slow onset of effects can even catch wise old heads out – so how exactly should you take HHC edibles?

Start by remembering that HHC is a unique substance with different effects to THC and even delta-8. Your tolerance will start from zero, and at first, you won’t have a good gauge of just how potent HHC is.

Begin with a lowish dose – say 5mg if you occasionally use weed and 10mg if you’re a regular. Then, wait for at least 90 minutes to two hours for the effects to fully kick in – this may take longer if eating on a full stomach, and vice versa.

The extended wait will give you a solid idea of HHC’s effects before you think about topping up your dose. The notorious bad trip usually comes from rushing in with a second or even third serving, all while the first is taking effect. But once you’re on the train, it’s not easy to get off!

Comparing HHC with other cannabinoids

HHC is one of several cannabinoids that can get you high. But is it right for you, or could you find more joy elsewhere?

HHC vs. compliant delta-9: The hemp industry’s answer to marijuana, compliant delta-9, is effectively regular THC in quantities that meet Farm Bill regulations.

Compliant delta-9 is best if you want a cannabinoid that matches perfectly with THC. But if you want something milder and more relaxing, it’s HHC all the way!

HHC vs. delta-8: Despite its popularity, delta-8 is barely half as powerful as THC, whereas HHC comes in at around 80% as potent. However, delta-8 does give you a more cerebral, rejuvenating high than HHC, which is famed for its calming twist.

In this case, you don’t need to choose! I find delta-8 edibles work wonders during the day; then, as night descends, I switch over to HHC.

What to Look for When Buying HHC Edibles

Congratulations on making it this far – I bet you’re ready to get your hands on some HHC edibles! But we’ve still got critical ground to cover on how to stay safe and get the most bang for your buck when purchasing HHC products.

I’ve simplified your search for HHC edibles by curating my favorite five! But don’t just trust my picks – find out what I look for when shopping for these psychoactive treats.

Third-Party Certificates of Analysis (COAs)

lab report

Always start by checking for a third-party lab report that goes with the edibles in question. As HHC products are not FDA-regulated, companies can make wild and misleading claims about their edibles and get away with them.

Independent testing helps ensure you don’t get ripped off or lumbered with a dangerous or even illegal product. Third-party reports for HHC edibles should give you the lowdown on the amount of HHC in each gummy or the overall product.

These independent analyses also test for THC to ensure products are Farm Bill compliant. While not critical, look for edibles with up-to-date COAs if you can.

Amount of HHC per Serving

A first-timer won’t want 25mg of HHC in one go, and nor will a well-traveled psychonaut want a measly 5mg! It’s not enough to check how much HHC is in the entire tub or jar. You need to see how much you’re getting from a single serving.

In my experience, high-dose edibles are more of a problem than low-dose treats. It’s easier to scoff down three or four candies than to split a single gummy into two or three. You can’t guarantee that sprayed gummies will have an even amount of HHC all over.

Ingredient List

Giving the full ingredient list the once over will help you avoid any allergic reactions. While unlikely, it’s always best to be on your guard!

Furthermore, the ingredients section will confirm whether edibles are genuinely vegan-friendly or gluten-free. You can’t be too careful when buying HHC products!

How to Store Your HHC Edibles

Store Your HHC Edibles

Keep HHC edibles, especially gummies and other soft chews, in the refrigerator and airtight conditions. 

In warm, humid climates, HHC gummies can melt. As the candies lose their shape and merge into one, getting the right quantity of HHC each time becomes almost impossible!

Store HHC edibles out of reach of children. There have been shocking stories in the past of children being hospitalized after eating cannabis-based candies. HHC products are only suitable for adults.

How Long do HHC Edibles Last?

An unopened packet of HHC edibles can last for several months, if not a year or longer. Once opened, preservation becomes more difficult – oxygen exposure can degrade the HHC cannabinoids and the potency of a product. Be sure to maintain good storage practices!

Purchasing HHC Edibles Online vs. Shops Near Me

Purchasing HHC Edibles

As HHC products become more popular, expect to see them in convenience stores, gas stations, and similar physical shops – if indeed they aren’t there already!

But regardless of whether you can find HHC at a shop near you, there are several benefits to purchasing these products online, including for safety and financial reasons.

I explained how essential third-party testing is when shopping for HHC, and specialist online stores take this more seriously than shops just seeking quick profits from HHC. 

Shockingly, some brick-and-mortar shops sell HHC products without even checking whether they are lab-tested.

You won’t find such negligence at an online vendor specializing in HHC and other hemp-based products. The best online shops make third-party reports available on the product page, ready to access at the click of a button.

Additionally, you can usually save a few bucks on HHC by shopping online. With few overheads compared to a physical store, online shops can afford to sell products closer to what they paid for them!

Ralph Gary
Ralph is a passionate author at tooslick.com, a leading drug education website. With a background in public health, he combines research and empathy to create informative content that empowers readers with knowledge on substance abuse. Ralph's mission is to foster a safer and healthier community through education.


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