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Top 5 THCV Gummies

If you are fed up with getting the munchies when smoking weed, you may want to experiment with the appetite-curbing benefits of THCV. The hemp-derived cannabinoid blocks the typical spike in hunger levels when you’re high and also helps with dieting.

Indeed, THCV has acquired the “diet weed” nickname in the cannabis community. Others fondly refer to THCV as weederall – a wordplay on Adderall and a nod to its stimulating, focus-enhancing properties. It’s fair to say there is no other cannabinoid-like THCV!

In this review, I want to concentrate on THCV gummies – and I’ll begin with my top five products.

Kush Queen – Gummies Rx Focus CBD + THCV Chews

Kush Queen THCV Gummies

If you need CBD’s therapeutic effects during the day but hate the sleepy side effects, Gummies Rx Focus from Kush Queen has you covered. You’ll still get a hefty serving of CBD with 35mg per gummy, but it’s paired with an energizing 5mg dose of THCV.

What’s more, CBD may also stimulate appetite, something the presence of THCV helps taper. Each tub of Kush Queen’s Gummies Rx Focus contains 30 lemon-flavored soft chews – so you’ll get 1050mg CBD and 150mg THCV per purchase.

Kush Queen uses premium, non-GMO hemp, and gluten-free, vegan-friendly, and hypoallergenic ingredients. It’s a stellar and unique product that solves a problem many have endured with regular CBD. Third-party tested by Cannalysis.

3Chi – Delta 8 THCV Gummies

3Chi Delta 8 THCV Gummies

With 3Chi’s Delta-8 THCV Gummies, you can indulge in an invigorating, cannabis-style high without the surge in appetite that marijuana products give you. Each 3Chi treat contains 20mg delta-8 and 10mg THCV, making you alert, focused, and a little euphoric.

Every resealable bag comes with 10 gummies, which works out to 300mg of legal, hemp-derived extract in all. The sugary, square-shaped candies have a delicious blue raspberry flavor. 3Chi uses pectin, ensuring these edibles are vegan-friendly and gluten-free.

They suggest taking one gummy per serving or potentially ½ a gummy if you haven’t tried a delta-8 and THCV blend before. ACS Laboratory supplies thorough third-party test results for this Farm Bill-compliant product.

CannaAid – THCV Blue Razz Gummies

CannaAid THCV Blue Razz Gummies

CannaAid’s mouth-watering Blue Razz THCV Gummies have a middling 10mg THCV each and four servings per pack. These vegan-friendly pectin gummies are suitable for everybody – and unlike many hemp-based gummies, they don’t melt!

The blue, cube-shaped, sugar-coated gummies have a sweet and tangy flavor and an authentic taste comparable to any well-known candy brand. Expect focus-enhancing and fatigue-busting effects and reduced appetite for several hours.

The resealable bag makes it easy to keep CannaAid’s THCV Gummies fresh. DB Labs provides a solid third-party analysis, showing these edibles have zero detectable THC. Access the full report by scanning the QR code on the product packaging.

Hempy Longstocking – THCV Gummies

Hempy Longstocking – THCV Gummies

Hempy Longstocking is yet another brand embracing the blue raspberry flavor. Each pack of their THCV Gummies contains 10 treats with 10mg of THCV per serving. Hempy Longstocking has an ethical approach to business, using non-GMO hemp while shunning animal testing.

These sugar-laden, bright blue gummies taste delightful and deliver long-lasting energizing and appetite-suppressant effects. Unfortunately, the gummies do contain gelatin and are therefore, unsuitable for vegans.

Hempy manufactures its THCV Gummies in the United States with all-American ingredients. They provide no guarantees that these edibles won’t show up on drug tests. Third-party tested by DB Labs with no detectable THC.

Better Delights – THCV Energy Gummies

Better Delights – THCV Energy Gummies

Start your day with a boost by tucking into a THCV gummy from Better Delights. These fruit punch candies contain 10mg THCV apiece with 10 servings per tub (100mg total THCV). They’ll improve your mood and keep you stimulated, but they won’t make you high.

If you’re on a diet, a Better Delights THCV gummy will satiate your cravings while keeping your appetite under control, helping you to resist those pesky mid-morning snacks. These also work well during the afternoons if you find your focus and concentration slumping.

The gummies have a classic sugary exterior and square-shaped design but barely any noticeable hemp aroma – great if you need discretion! There’s a lot to like about these, although the absence of an accessible third-party report hurts their credibility.

What are THCV Gummies?

THCV gummies are hemp-based edibles with above-average concentrations of the THCV cannabinoid. Generally marketed as energizing, appetite-curbing, and focus-enhancing products, THCV gummies boast quite different effects to THC, CBD, and delta-8 edibles.

Gummies provide a longer-lasting experience than vape oils, tinctures, and joints, but work more gradually, with less initial intensity. Moreover, THCV candies don’t smell and mix in with other candies, which is ideal when you want to go under the radar.

If smoking or vaping THCV doesn’t appeal due to health reasons, edibles are a logical alternative. You also know how many milligrams of THCV you’re getting, with each gummy in a product containing a specified and consistent amount.

However, not all THCV gummies are the same. While some companies go for plain THCV, others mix THCV with CBD or delta-8 extract. Yet brands could define any of these products as THCV gummies. Here’s what you can expect from each THCV blend.

Pure THCV: Enjoy the mood-boosting, stimulating, and appetite-suppressant properties of THCV with an isolate extract. Small quantities of THCV won’t make you high, but larger amounts may have a psychoactive effect. Scientists aren’t 100% sure yet.

THCV + Delta-8: With this type of THCV blend, there’s no doubt you will get high! The stimulating and mind-altering traits of delta-8 make for pleasant psychoactive effects, albeit less intense than those from THC. The inclusion of THCV stops a spike in appetite.

THCV + CBD: The therapeutic and non-intoxicating CBD has become one of the most sought-after substances in the wellness scene. But if it has one downside, it can make you sleepy. Some brands mix a little THCV into CBD products to combat these side effects.

What is THCV?


THCV (tetrahydrocannabivarin) is one of more than 100 identified naturally occurring cannabinoids present in cannabis. A THC homolog, THCV, has a similar structure to the renowned and notorious psychotropic cannabinoid but generates rather different effects.

Since the hemp industry gained legal backing in 2018 with the passing of the Farm Bill, an exciting and innovative market has emerged. Once obscure substances like THCV have come to prominence, highlighting the diverse effects of cannabinoids.

THCV’s unique selling point is that it lowers appetite. Many recreational marijuana users have long-wished for a strain that gets them stoned without making them hungry. However, those looking for a natural diet aid are also finding joy with THCV products.

Scientists are not yet in full agreement about how THCV works or if it’s even psychoactive. Regular doses seemingly aren’t, but high doses may be. That wouldn’t be unusual – CBD is also a biphasic cannabinoid, with small and large amounts producing different effects.

In 2008, the British Journal of Pharmacology published a study outlining THCV’s potential biphasic effects. In low concentrations, the cannabinoid acts as an antagonist of the CB1 receptor in the endocannabinoid system. But it behaves as an agonist in higher amounts.

The antagonistic effect explains why THCV curbs appetite – it works oppositely at the receptor to THC. However, if you are taking THCV for dietary purposes, be warned that consuming too much could make you even more hungry!

Additional health benefits of THCV

Researchers exploring the medicinal potential of cannabinoids are taking THCV seriously. The lack of intoxicating effects (at least in mild to moderate doses) makes any cannabinoid an intriguing investigative target. And there are signs THCV has a bright therapeutic future.

The above 2008 study mentioned that THCV is a CB2 receptor agonist, meaning it could have anti-inflammatory effects and regulate the immune system. The link between the endocannabinoid system and the immune system is fascinating and still largely unexplored.

In 2020, the Journal of Cannabis Research featured a paper that argued THCV may have a neuroprotective effect and aid glycemic control in those with type 2 diabetes. Furthermore, adding THCV to THC-based medicines might alleviate psychoactive side effects.

Taking THCV gummies responsibly

THCV gummies

Since THCV gummies are not typically intoxicating, you can adopt a relaxed approach to dosing. Edibles can take 45 to 90 minutes to kick in, depending on the speed of metabolism, weight, age, and whether you’re consuming them with food.

However, very high doses could have an intoxicating effect or cause too much stimulation. While this will wear off within a few hours, the experience may still be unpleasant. CBD tincture oils can relieve these intoxicating side effects by relaxing and sedating you.

Will THCV gummies make me fail a drug test?

Yes, you most likely will fail a drug test if you have recently ingested THCV gummies – this may be due to the THCV itself or other cannabinoids in the product. Unfortunately, as a THC homolog, THCV has a comparable chemical structure, meaning it probably shows up.

In addition, some THCV products contain delta-8 distillate or, in the case of full-spectrum hemp products, small amounts of THC. Drug tests can detect both cannabinoids.

I don’t recommend using THCV gummies if you get drug tested often or could be checked at any point. That said, you aren’t guaranteed to fail one. Occasional users who haven’t taken THCV recently may not have enough in their system to trigger a positive test.

Unfortunately, if you take large quantities of THCV daily, it could take several weeks for your body to flush out the metabolites and bring your THCV levels below the threshold.

What to Look for When Buying THCV Gummies

With so many brands and different types of THCV gummies out there, I suggest doing some research before shopping. And if you can’t make your mind up, a product from my featured top five is the ideal place to start – this is what I care about when buying THCV edibles.

Third-party certificates of analysis (COA)

Third party test

Lab-certified gummies go straight to the top of my list, and I hold those who conduct purity checks in even higher regard. Third-party testing tells me that THCV gummies meet Farm Bill regulations and are as potent as the manufacturer suggests.

At first, third-party testing may seem like an odd concept. But it’s become vital in the hemp world, where FDA regulation is nowhere to be seen. If a company isn’t getting its products third-party tested and cannot show you a COA, there’s probably something wrong with them.

Cannabinoid concentrations

As covered earlier, THCV gummies come in several forms and not all of them will work for you. Clarify how much THCV is in each serving and whether the edibles contain any delta-8, CBD, or other cannabinoids – and as always, confirm these figures via the COA.

Other ingredients

The hemp industry is becoming more inclusive, with brands moving away from gelatin gummies to vegan-friendly, plant-based alternatives. But some companies still do things the old-fashioned way. Check the ingredient list thoroughly to see what’s in your THCV treats.

How to Store Your THCV Gummies

How to Store Your THCV Gummies

Keep THCV gummies in a cold place, or they may melt and lose their shape – I recommend the refrigerator. Don’t forget to reseal the bag or jar, as oxygen exposure and oxidation will ruin your gummies.

How Long Do THCV Gummies Last?

THCV edibles can retain freshness and potency for several months, but only if you don’t neglect storage. Leaving gummies exposed to sunlight and the open air can wreck them in days.

Purchasing THCV Gummies Online vs. Shops Near Me

Online vs. Shops Near Me

Hemp products have become massive money-makers – I wouldn’t be surprised to see THCV gummies at any physical store nowadays. However, I like to shop with established online vendors that commit to stocking high-quality, lab-approved edibles.

What’s more, specialist online stores don’t charge extra. If anything, buying online generally costs less than purchasing from a brick-and-mortar store. And if products at the latter are suspiciously cheap, they might be fakes.

Tim Rosenberger
Tim Rosenberger
Hey there! I'm Tim, the founder, and author of Too Slick. I created this blog to share my passion for all things related to family, home improvement, health, drug education, and more, with a focus on making your life easier. My goal is to help you lead a healthier, happier life by providing practical tips and insights. Let's learn together and have some fun!

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