From Skeptic to Believer: My Experience with Inheal HHC Products 

HHC is blowing up massively, and a lot of companies are making derivative products. So, I’m going to ask a question and find the answer: is HHC worth the hype? Are we making this review late? Probably. Because many of you must have formed an opinion on HHC products by now. We decided to buy HHC products from Inheal to test them and are going to break down the facts of HHC and why we think it’s a great innovation. 

What Is HHC? 

Hexahydrocannabinol (HHC) is one of the primary psychoactive cannabinoids found in cannabis. It was not discovered until the 1940s by Roger Adams, a chemist. But it has only recently generated a buzz. It is similar to THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) as it has a similar chemical structure. It is found in small amounts, and its concentration is generally lower than THC in most varieties.

What Is HHC

Hydrogenation is a chemical process that involves the addition of hydrogen atoms to a substance. This leads to changes in the compound’s properties and effects. HHC is THC that has undergone hydrogenation, resulting in a change in its molecular structure.  For this reason, HHC is considered a semi-synthetic cannabinoid, as it is lab-produced. 

Inheal and Their Line of HHC Products

The story of Inheal is incomplete without talking about the founders, who have been passionate about the food industry, starting in beverage manufacturing in Oregon right after college, later being introduced to the cannabis scene in Portland. After the passage of the Farm Bill, he began a hemp extraction and processing company, later transforming it into a wholesale distribution company. Armed with extensive knowledge of hemp and backed by the law, Inheal was born. 

Inheal has a line of hemp-derived products which range from CBD to THC, HHC and everything in between. Their HHC products include carts and disposal vapes. They have some of the best tasting HHC we’ve ever tried; you get a good bargain for your money.

Discovering the Magic of HHC Products

Now, let’s talk about the potency of HHC. We noticed that the psychoactive potency of HHC puts it somewhere between Delta 8 and Delta 9. It is a great choice when you want a high but don’t want to feel like you’ve lost yourself. 

HHC products are available in the market in different forms, such as cartridges, sauces, edibles, and vapes. HHC products come in different strains of indica, sativa or hybrid. 

Indica strains are often associated with relaxing and sedative effects, while sativa strains are known for their energizing and uplifting effects. The hybrid strain is a mix of both strains and offers a balance of relaxing and uplifting effects. To get the most out of HHC, however, we recommend smoking it. 

What We Liked About Inheal’s HHC Products

The HHC hemp-derived products from Inheal are more affordable than the standard market price. The HHC carts cost $15 and weigh 0.35oz. They come in three strains and are flavored. The HHC disposable vapes come in 2 strains of Indica and hybrid and weigh 0.35oz, costing $25 each.

All HHC products are beautifully crafted and wrapped in discreet packaging. Attached to each product is a third-party lab report on the purity of the product. All of Inheal’s products are free of bleachers and heavy metals and made with ingredients sourced from the West Coast. 

Why Are HHC Products So Great? 

To have a well-rounded experience with HHC, we ordered lots of products from Inheal’s website. We noticed that despite the time it took each of us to test the products, they stayed fresh. As it turns out, HHC products have a longer shelf life than other cannabinoids. 

Another thing we all noticed was that we were high for a longer time than usual. The effects didn’t wear off as quickly as they do with other hemp products. 

Everyone says HHC is more potent than Delta 8, but how true is that really? It turned out to be correct, as the effects of the products were stronger than each of us experienced after using Delta 8. 

The only thing we had an issue with is that HHC is almost synthetic as it occurs only in trace amounts. This means that it can be said to be laboratory-made. Therefore getting HHC products from just about any vendor may not be the best idea. 

Unlocking the Secrets of HHC: A User’s Journey

Unlocking the Secrets of HHC A Users Journey

We set up a date and met up at various friends’ apartments to try the first HHC disposable vape. We chose the Kandy Kush hybrid strain. Its fruity flavor was out of this world and the first puff was smooth. I didn’t feel overwhelmed by it, and was still aware of my environment. 

A group of us from work decided to try the Super Silver Haze sativa strain. It had a delightful blend of spices, citrus fruits and earthy tones. Other than its delightful flavor, we all experienced a boost of energy and felt our creative juices flowing. Right there we came up with ideas that helped us hit our KPI. The best part is that we weren’t too stoned to note down the ideas that filled the room. 

One night I thought of trying out the indica strain, as I was having trouble sleeping. I opted for the biochem disposable vape. The earthy and fruity notes are unmissable. I experienced a feeling of euphoria, mood elevation and relaxed muscles without the feeling of paranoia or anxiety. 

One great bonus of HHC products is that they smell nice and do not leave a hemp-like aftertaste. If the package says you’re getting citrus flavor, then that’s what you’re getting. 


What sets HHC products from apart for me is their incredible balance between potency and flavor. They smell great and do not leave behind the taste of hemp, so even when you’re stoned no one can know. It provides a clear high that is both euphoric and keeps you feeling self-aware. We conclude that every smoker has to try HHC products at least once to know what a true mental high feels like.