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Information About H4CBD Or Hexahydrocannabidiol (Hydrogenated CBD)

Known Effects:

  • Mild Sedation

  • Heavy Relaxation

  • Mild Pain Relief

  • Creative

  • Heavy Potentiation (when used in blends)

  • Muscle Relaxation

  • Tingles

  • Couch lock

Average Length Of Effects From Various ROA’s

Vaped

  • Come-up: 5-20 Minutes
  • Peak: 40-90 Minutes
  • Comedown: 30 Minutes – 1 Hour
  • Afterglow: 1-3 Hours

Eaten

  • Come-up: 30-60 Minutes
  • Peak: 1-3 Hours
  • Comedown: 1-2 Hours
  • Afterglow: 2-3 Hours

Typical Dosage Sizes:

Vaped

  • Threshold: 5-10mg
  • Low dose: 10-20mg
  • Avg dose: 20-40mg
  • Strong dose: 40mg+

Eaten

  • Threshold: 3-5mg
  • Low dose: 5-10mg
  • Avg dose: 10-25mg
  • Strong dose: 25mg+

What Is H4CBD Best Known For?

Being a good cannabinoid for potentiation and harshness when vaped

Viscosity

H4CBD has a high viscosity. It is one of the hardest cannabinoids available right now.

Is H4CBD A Phyto Cannabinoid (Naturally Occurring)?

It is not considered a phyto cannabinoid

Great CBD Shop’s Opinion On H4CBD:

H4CBD is a great noid and one of my favorites for potentiation – when added to a blend, it can add a significant element to your high – it adds some feeling behind your eyes and a bit of couch lock.

 

Also, unlike other C noids, H4CBD is very mildly psychoactive to some. 

 

However, H4CBD has one significant caveat – it is HARSH. Of all the cannabinoids I’ve tried, H4CBD is the hardest on the throat. It can feel like your throat is being sandblasted with tiny particulates. For this reason I would never have H4CBD over 40% in a blend that I plan to vape/

What can Adding H4CBD do for a blend?
  • Great Potentiation
  • Mild Sedation
  • Calming
  • Shatter texture (when mixed with acetates and then stored cold)
  • Anxiety Relief (“taking the edge off”)

Note: People have claimed that H4CBD got them the highest they’ve ever been, which is highly peculiar. I would typically not mention this, but over the last two years, I’ve seen ten people say this, which makes me wonder if there’s some weird enzyme or something that only a tiny part of the population has.