WHAT IS PHC AND HOW IS IT MADE?
Here’s the thing about Hydrox4phc – it’s the newest addition to the hemp market, and to say that the amount of information about it that’s out there, is limited, is a massive understatement. What we do understand is that PHC is a derivative of delta 9o, an acetate version of delta 9 that is made using a unique process that allows the acetate molecule to metabolize once entering the body, leaving behind THC that’s no different from the delta 9 extracted from cannabis.
What we also recognize is how PHC seems to offer an intensely long-lasting high compared to any other cannabinoid, while becoming 99% THC once absorbed into the bloodstream. People say that the high lasts for as long as edibles, which is about 8 or so hours.
IS PHC SAFE?
It’s important to note that Hydrox4phc hasn’t been around for nearly a long enough time for us to be able to talk about its potential therapeutic uses as determined through clinical trials and research. Since PHC is totally new, there just isn’t any research out there about it. And, with an array of cannabinoids being unearthed and developed in the last few years, you can imagine that cannabis researchers have their hands full, and PHC is not the first in line to explore in clinical settings.
But, again, given the way in which Hydrox4phc converts into delta 9 THC in the body, it’s safe to assume that it offers the same properties as delta 9, only with much longer-lasting effects as an added bonus. So, you can expect PHC to offer a relief from physical discomfort and inflammation, along with help regarding nausea and appetite, not to mention very enjoyable effects when it comes to mood.
IS PHC LEGAL?
Hydrox4phc is legal, for the same reason all other psychoactive cannabinoids are, with the exception of products containing more than 0.3% delta 9 THC. PHC does comply with the federal Farm Bill – passed in 2018 to legalize any hemp derivative with no more than 0.3% delta 9 THC. PHC is not delta 9 THC, and so it is legal.
Yet, some states have banned psychoactive cannabinoids derived from hemp, and what this means is that PHC is likely illegal in those states.