Pink Champagne true-to-strain inspired terpenes, HHC, and superior vape technology make this 1g vape cartridge by Bearly Legal a massive hit. Pink Champagne is oddly enough also known as Ken’s Kush or Phantom and is a hybrid strain created from the cross of Granddaddy Purple and Cherry Pie. Pink Champagne tastes just as it sounds with a slightly tart yet sweet champagne flavor, and its effects are somewhat sleepier than Bearly Legal’s other HHC vape options. Due to its more indica-dominant nature, PC works great at night or for de-stressing after a long day.
This vape cartridge has been specifically designed for Bearly Legal and works with 510-threaded batteries and utilizes a Black Gold Patented Ceramic Coil (KCOIL). It also contains Kiln-Sinter Integration tech with a lead-free copper center rod post. The tank contains approximately 1ml total with 95% HHC distillate and 5% terpenes. Manufactured in the USA, the HHC distillate is hemp-derived and distilled with no VG, PG, PEG, MCT, or any other cutting agent.
Due to the concentrated and pure content of this product it is recommended that you take small, short puffs. Those unaccustomed to HHC oil can mistake it for being harsh if their draws are too long.
Bearly Legal’s HHC vape cartridges feature:
- USA-made cartridges derived from hemp grown in the USA
- Third-party lab tested distillate
- Specially designed cartridges for Bearly Legal that feature KCOIL technology
- Lift Up true-to-strain terpene profiles
- Made with only two pure ingredients without the use of any artificial or additional cutting agents
For those new to hexahydrocannabinol (HHC), HHC has been noted by consumers to still give the mental shift and euphoria similar to D9 THC, but without the drawbacks of paranoia and extreme dry mouth that can follow D9 use. To learn more about the science behind HHC, keep reading!
What is HHC?
Hexahydrocannabinol or HHC is one of several hundred known cannabinoids found naturally occurring in hemp plants. It is only found in trace concentrations and has not been isolated in enough quantities for consumption until now.
There are ten types of HHC that are known and have shown to have slight variations from each other. HHC is very similar to THC, but its chemical structure does not consist of any double bonds. It is the opposite of cannabinol (CBN), which begins to form as THC breaks down. When THC breaks down, it will gain additional double-bonds and form CBN.
With HHC, all the double-bonds have broken and been replaced with hydrogen. This process is referred to as hydrogenation. The difference between HHC and THC is quite subtle, but it still changes the structure of the molecule, as well as how it binds to the Endocannabinoid receptors and pain receptors in the human body.
Due to the changes in the structure of the molecule, HHC tends to be much more stable. This stability enables HHC to have a longer shelf life before losing its potency like other forms of THC.
HHC offers similar effects and potency as THC. It has been said that HHC is more potent than Delta 8-THC, but slightly less potent than Delta 9-THC.
- If you are subject to routine drug screenings, do not consume HHC.
- Each state has their own separate laws regarding hemp products. Please be aware of the laws within your state/province of residence.
- Psychotropic potency of HHC will vary by dose and effects will also vary for users. Therefore, do not operate a vehicle after consuming HHC products.
- Consult your doctor before use.
Attach to a 510 thread vape battery. Take one or two draws at a time and wait 45 mins prior to using again.
HHC oil, botanical terpenes