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Bringing in the New Year with THCO

A brand new year has arrived, and with it, fresh hopes and dreams for the future. There’s something wonderful about this time of year, where we all choose to set new goals and try new things. With every new year, we celebrate change – we welcome the new year while saying goodbye to the old year, so no wonder many like you also look for life changes, including new natural supplements, like THCO.

Many hemp enthusiasts have already tried the new hemp-derived synthetic compound THCO. And its popularity keeps rising, with many new THCO products appearing on the market. Now, you may wonder if the new compound is safe to use and or if it will become your new favorite cannabinoid in the upcoming year, so here’s everything you need to know.

What is THCO?

THCO is a synthetic cannabis compound derived from hemp. It’s increasingly popular among Americans who live in states where recreational marijuana use is illegal. THCO is 300% stronger than Delta 9 THC in marijuana, so no wonder many canna-enthusiasts jumped on the THCO bandwagon of admirers soon after it first appeared on the market.

Although THCO is much stronger with its psychoactive properties than its cousin cannabinoid Delta 9 THC, unlike the latter, it derives from a federally legal type of cannabis – hemp. However, it undergoes unique extraction and production steps before making its way to trendy new products. That’s because THCO is a synthetic analog of THC, made in a lab using advanced manufacturing methods.

Manufacturers create THCO by extracting CBD (cannabidiol) from federally legal hemp with no more than 0.3% Delta 9 THC. Then they convert the extract to Delta-8 THC and use the organic solvent acetic anhydride to make THCO from the Delta-8 THC molecules. The process provides manufacturers with a thick THCO isolate with unparalleled potency.

Is THCO Legal?

Manufacturers make THCO from hemp, which itself is a legal cannabis plant. However, there’s still a debate about whether it’s illegal due to its synthetic nature or legal because it’s technically still a hemp derivative. Per federal law, all hemp-derivatives with less than 0.3% Delta 9 THC are legal. For now, the law doesn’t directly address the new cannabinoid; as long as it derives from federally legal hemp, it should be safe to consume for now. Additionally, the new cannabinoid still hasn’t shown up on DEA’s or many states’ legal radars.

Is THCO safe to consume?

Yes, it is, but only when you find a safe THCO product to consume. Hemp-derived products are pretty unregulated, so sometimes they come from unreliable sources and contain hazardous elements. In addition, no governmental authority inspects hemp-derived products; thus, they might have dangerous ingredients, but that goes for all hemp-derived products, not only THCO.

Synthetic cannabinoids gained a bad reputation after Spice and K2 produced dangerous side effects in consumers. However, THCO is significantly different from these artificial cannabinoids. Spice and K2 had nothing in common with natural cannabinoids and had a completely different structure from THC; therefore, these products affected the human brain unexpectedly. THCO, unlike Spice and K2, has a similar chemical profile as Delta-8 THC and Delta-9 THC.

Additionally, you can verify that your cannabinoid of choice is safe by checking the certificate of analysis (COA). This third-party lab test verifies that the cannabis product contains exactly what it says on the label and is free of dangerous contaminants.

If you want to try the new cannabinoid, always start with small doses, and wait to see its outcomes until you increase the amount. THCO will produce similar effects as Delta 9 THC, but its results will be much stronger, so proceed with caution.

How to Consume THCO?

Like other hemp-derived products, THCO comes in different forms currently, including tinctures, edibles, and vape products. Tinctures allow sublingual administration, while edibles provide the oral consumption method of the new product. Vape products infused with the new cannabinoid are now widely available on the market.

How to Buy Safe THCO Products

THCO is a new cannabinoid, meaning THCO products are pretty unregulated. Even the large markets such as the CBD market are full of low-grade products, and many brands provide the famous cannabinoid from unreliable sources. So when it comes to THCO, many retailers don’t even fully understand what’s in the product they are selling. In addition, many THCO products can contain hazardous elements and cause health problems.

Mislabeled products aren’t new on the hemp-derived market, but with a cannabinoid that is three times much stronger than Delta 9 THC, you’d want to be careful with dosing. Be sure to buy your THCO products from a reputable manufacturer, who’ll provide proof of quality through third-party lab testing. 

What Are the Effects of THCO

THCO, like other cannabinoids after consumption, will interact with endocannabinoid receptors in your mind and body. The interaction will cause varying outcomes depending on a consumer’s metabolism, body chemistry, mindset, and health conditions. Most commonly, THCO results in a similar high as from marijuana, but as a most potent cannabinoid, its results can be stronger.

Do You Want to Treat Yourself With the New Cannabinoid? Shop at Joy Organics Wichita!

Look no further than Joy Organics Wichita when searching for a premium THCO product to try this upcoming year! At Joy Organics Wichita, you can acquire a safe and effective product from America’s premier CBD and Hemp Dispensary – the Hemp Doctor.

The Hemp Doctor’s THCO Acetate is made using only the superior ingredients. In addition, the brand uses only U.S.-grown, pure, high-quality hemp, producing the highest quality THCO available.

THCO Acetate Vape cart oil is a perfect choice if you are searching for fast and robust results. Its makeup is much more viscous than Delta 8 THC oil, similar to CBD or CBN distillate. The pull is smooth with no burn, but be careful, and start with smaller doses! Some consumers may take up to 30 minutes before the effects kick in, so be patient and don’t overdo it.  

The Hemp Doctor’s THCO acetate vape cart oil is third-party lab tested for harmful ingredients. Like any product in our inventory, it’s free from contaminants and is proven in quality, so if you want to treat yourself with the new cannabinoid, the THCO acetate vape cart is an excellent choice!

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