THCA Flower

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  • 3CHI THCA Flower Bud 3CHI THCA Flower 3.5G Bottle

    3CHI THCA Flower 3.5G

    3CHI THCA Flower 3.5G 3CHI the pioneer company in the cannabis industry has launched their new high potency premium THCa Flower. 3CHI THCA Flower Strains and Flavors: Blue Dream Pie: Dive into the dreamy euphoria of Blue Dream Pie, a Sativa strain that...
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    URB Liquid Badder Flower | 7 Grams

    URB Liquid Badder Flower | 7 Grams Featuring URB Liquid Badder 7 Grams Flower an artisanal blend of premium hemp expertly trimmed before being coated with our premium distillate and dusted with the finest kief.  The new Urb Liquid Badder flower...
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    Torch THC-A Flower 7G

    Torch THC-A Flower 7 New Torch THC-A flower contains 7 grams of premium indoor potent flower per jar. THC-A has become all the hype due to the fact that it converts to delta-9 THC when heated over 200 degrees. This gives users the ability to get the same...
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What is THCA Flower?

THCA is tetrahydrocannabinolic acid, the acidic version of THC, tetrahydrocannabinol. THCA exists naturally in cannabis and is the precursor to the THC we all know and love. Basically, all cannabinoids are born from a cannabolic acid and then become their individual cannabinoids.

THCA is where the THC cannabinoid is born from and this means that it has many of the same wellness properties of THC and a few of its own. THCA is known for providing a full body experience, encouraging you to your greatest relaxation point.


Can THCA become THC?

Even after it’s harvested and processed THCA can continue to convert to THC. This is a process called decarboxylation. To put it simply, carbolic acid, which is carbon dioxide, is released from the molecule and removes the acidic part of the THC.

THC is more bioavailable and psychoactive than THCA because of this process. And in fact, if you wanted to make your flower more potent you could decarboxylate it yourself.

Decarboxylation happens with heat and time, and in some ways, that’s what happens when you smoke hemp with THCA in it. The heat decarboxylates the hemp. If you want to cook with THCA-infused hemp, you’ll want to make sure you heat the hemp while doing so. So if you’re adding it to a salad dressing for example, bake it briefly in the oven first.


Can I test positive during a drug test?

We don’t like to say no when it comes to a drug test in case there’s a unique metabolic circumstance with an individual, but we can say definitively yes, with this one. If you consume THCA, you will test positive for THC on a drug test.

As mentioned above, the process of heating the hemp will decarboxylate the THCA into THC, introducing that into your system. It’s what is responsible for your high.


Is THCA Legal?

THCA is federally legal, which is different from the wide legalization that something like tobacco or alcohol receives. In 2018 the Farm Bill made all products from hemp legal as long as they contain less than 0.03% THC by weight. That means that as long as the THCA content is less than 0.03% of the overall weight, it’s federally legal.

However, some states have specific rules and laws. While we do our best to stay up-to-date on what’s legal or what’s not, we often recommend buyers beware. Check the hemp laws in your state for products such as THCA to make sure you’re compliant when ordering.

We also recommend that if you’re traveling check the laws of places you’ll transit through and your final destination to avoid any potential problems.


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Products on this site contain a value of 0.3% or less Δ9THC (or no more than 0.3% Δ9THC).

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