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For many years, if you wanted to give renowned hybrid cannabis strain Super Lemon Haze a try without risking any run-ins with the law and you didn’t live in a state where recreational cannabis is legal, then you were really just out of luck.
Your best bet was to head out of state for some cannabis tourism or just sit and wait patiently for recreational weed to make it to your jurisdiction, which, of course, may never happen.
Well, life moves fast, and sometimes dreams really do come true because, with this Super Lemon Haze HHC flower, you can now enjoy the zesty, fruity, potently energizing Super Lemon Haze strain totally legally, even if you’re living in a state where recreational weed is currently prohibited.
How does that work? Where did HHC even come from? What is Super Lemon Haze, and how does it make you feel? Read on to find out.
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The Super Lemon Haze Strain
This Super Lemon Haze HHC flower is the HHC flower version of the two-time Cannabis Cup-winning world-renowned weed strain of the same name. The strain is a hybrid of two other noteworthy nugs – Lemon Skunk and Super Silver Haze.
Super Silver Haze is another multiple-time winner of the Cannabis Cup, having taken home three consecutive titles in the late ‘90s. In other words, this strain has a powerful pedigree.
Aroma and Flavor Profile
The name Super Lemon Haze isn’t just a combination of the names of the two parent strains that created this unique HHC flower; it’s a description of the aroma that you’ll enjoy when you crack open a bag of these buds and take a whiff.
It’s also descriptive of the flavor profile that a fat hit is going to offer you. It’s a blast of zesty lemon-lime citrus that has a sweet, candy-like edge to it.
You can expect a burst of energy, an uplifted mood, and an increased flow of creative thinking from this Super Lemon Haze HHC flower. The euphoria and liveliness of this strain make it great for a daytime smoke, particularly if you’re planning on doing some hiking or any other kind of adventure into the natural world.
Some users also claim that this strain offers some therapeutic benefits, such as providing positive mental support and improving relaxation.
Is Super Lemon Haze an Indica or Sativa?
Super Lemon Haze is a sativa-dominant hybrid strain. What that means is that it has genetic roots that connect to both pure indica and pure sativa at some point, but the characteristics of the strain itself lean more toward sativa.
For those who don’t know, indica and sativa are the two distinctive types of cannabis strains that are known to exist. While they both tend to share many similar attributes, there’s one thing that can really distinguish them from one another – the effects they offer.
Indica strains are known for their relaxing effects and a high that can be felt more in the body. Sativa strains are known for their energizing effects and a high that can be felt more in the mind. Hybrid strains blend aspects of both to create a high that’s all its own.
Can I Get High Smoking Super Lemon Haze HHC Flower?
We know it’s kind of hard to believe that you can straight up buy a legal version of the Super Lemon Haze cannabis strain, smoke it, and actually get high … but you can.
HHC, or hexahydrocannabinol, is actually a relative of Delta-9 THC, the chemical compound in cannabis that gets you high. The only difference is that hydrogen molecules have been added to the THC, making it more structurally stable and, therefore, less susceptible to breaking down over time.
While HHC does occur naturally in the seeds, stems, and pollen of the hemp and cannabis plants, it’s only available in trace amounts. For this reason, the compound is synthesized in a lab through the hydrogenation process.
Like its more famous cousin, HHC is psychoactive, which means that smoking it will get you high. That high is quite similar to that of THC. It offers an uplifted mood, a sense of relaxation, and a rush of euphoria.
HHC is something like Delta-8 THC in that it’s considered to be slightly less potent than THC and without the paranoia and anxious feelings that THC can sometimes cause.
Are You Sure I Won’t Get in Legal Trouble with HHC?
The legality of HHC is something of a maze to navigate and is likely going to require the work of more than one legal scholar to truly parse out. However, the general gist is that HHC exists in a legal gray area, and until there is legislation passed to clarify a few different things, it’s not going to cause you any legal trouble at all.
HHC is derived from the hemp plant, which is legal to cultivate in the U.S., provided it contains less than .3% Delta-9 THC. This should mean that hemp-derived HHC containing less than .3% Delta-9 THC is also legal.
Things get murky, however, when you learn that HHC is synthesized in a lab, and because it’s an analog to Delta-9 THC, that would potentially make it illegal under the Federal Analogue Act.
Then comes the real gray area – we mentioned earlier how HHC can be found occurring naturally in the stems, pollen, and seeds of the hemp and cannabis plants. This may actually mean that HHC isn’t really an analog at all because it’s not exclusively synthetic.
If that is, in fact, true, hemp-derived HHC containing less than .3% Delta-9 THC is not at all illegal.
Are you out of breath from reading all that? Us, too. Just try to enjoy the awesome power of this Super Lemon Haze HHC flower while it’s still (technically) legal.
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