High thca hemp is a term used to describe cannabis flowers with high concentrations of the acidic precursor cannabinoid THCa. Although THCA doesn’t get you high, it still has many health benefits that are worth trying, and is often a better option for people with pain or inflammation who want the relief of THC but without the mind-altering effects.
What are the best THC gummies to get?
THCA is not psychoactive when consumed raw, but when exposed to heat such as during vaporization, combustion while smoking or dabbing, cooking or topical application – it converts to THC via a process called decarboxylation. This can happen when you smoke a joint, pack a bowl, rip a Volcano bag, click your Puffco, etc.
Do you smoke THCA hemp?
Unlike THC, which binds directly to cannabinoid receptors in the body’s endocannabinoid system, THCA doesn’t. This is because THCA has an extra carboxyl group that can’t fit inside the CB1 and CB2 receptors.
THC, however, does bind to these receptors and produces its psychoactive effects. This is why many users are drawn to products that contain THCA as it provides both the relief of THC and the other health benefits that cannabinoids provide without getting you high.
Does THCa show up on a drug test?
Whether you’re taking a hemp product for recreational use or if you’re doing so to treat medical conditions, it’s important to make sure that it doesn’t show up on a drug test. You can check with your local state to see how THCA is regulated, and be sure to consult with an experienced THCA user for advice.