Our HHC cartridges are made using the highest quality HHC available. We blend our top-quality HHC with pure cannabis terpenes for a delicious taste (and smell). Our HHC vapes are portable, discrete, and perfect for on-the-go use!
This premium HHC cart is compliant with the 2018 Farm Bill and contains less than 0.3% Delta-9 THC. That means they’re legal to sell and ship almost anywhere in the USA!
Our HHC carts are free of heavy metals and pesticides and lab-tested for potency. Here at Bay Smokes, we are as passionate about your safety as we are about your next smoke sesh!
What is HHC?
HHC is a rare cannabinoid that’s extracted from the CBD that’s been extracted from legally-grown hemp. HHC isn’t technically a THC compound, so it’s currently legal in all 50 states. It’s produced using the same processes that give us margarine and other hydrogenated vegetable oils. For the chemistry fans reading this: you know how Delta-9 THC has a double bond on the 9th carbon? HHC has no double bonds.
What Does HHC Feel Like?
HHC is about as potent as D8—neither one are as psychoactive or intoxicating as Delta-9 THC. That being said, HHC is still a powerful cannabinoid with its own benefits (and yes, it can get you high!)
HHC tends to deliver a mild, smooth high—a lot like D8. However, since HHC bonds to both of your cannabinoid receptors, you can expect a buzz that’s more balanced between your head and your body (as opposed to the body high that D8 tends to produce).
HHC is reported to have many of the benefits that other cannabinoids offer. It can help to manage stress and mild pain, and it can help to support restful sleep. That being said, we’re not doctors, so consult with a medical professional if you have any questions.
What Do HHC Cartridges Taste Like?
In a word: delicious! We currently offer three types of HHC carts: Watermelon OG, Guava, and Maui Wowie. All three are clean, fruity, and a little bit sweet. Try them all and find your new favorite!
Bay Smokes carts smell almost as good as they taste. They’re subtle and not at all “dank,” which is good news for those of us who like to stay lifted on the go (or for those of us who just don’t want to smell like we’re in an elevated state of mind!)
What’s in the Cartridge?
Our products are all made with 100% pure hemp extracts and natural terpenes. Bay Smokes products NEVER contain thinning agents and are ALWAYS lab tested by a trusted third party.
This means that our HHC carts contain nothing but HHC extract and hemp terpenes.
What About the Hardware?
We’re proud to use top-of-the-line CCELL hardware in all of our carts as well. Bay Smokes cartridges are compatible with multi-temperature batteries, so you can always get the exact kind of hit that you’re looking for. And speaking of rips—we use the highest-quality coils in our carts to give you big, smooth clouds every single time. Plus, our vape cartridges are durable! No shame—we’ve all broken a piece before, but you won’t have to worry about that with our carts. Go ahead, pass it around!
How Strong are HHC Cartridges?
Our HHC carts are 94% HHC.
HHC is less potent than Delta-9 THC and about as potent as Delta-8. However, even if you’re an experienced cannabis fan, your tolerance for other cannabinoids might not carry over to HHC. Take it easy when you first try any new cannabis product!
How do I use HHC Cartridges?
Simply open the package, screw on to a 510 threaded battery, and enjoy! If you don’t already have a battery, we’ve got you covered. Our Bay Smokes branded battery is pocket-sized, comes complete with a preheat function and multiple temperature settings, includes a micro-USB charger, and is pretty sleek looking (if we do say so ourselves).
We recommend one slow-and-steady hit to begin with when you first try our HHC carts. The only thing that’s easier to use than our HHC carts are our pre-loaded, pre-charged HHC disposables!
Is HHC Legal?
Yes! Thanks to the 2018 Farm Bill, HHC is currently legal in all 50 states.
However, this is not intended as legal guidance and if you have any questions about your state’s local laws, you should consult with an attorney.