About Chemberry HHC Flower
The rich aromatic buds of our Chemberry CBD Flower keeps us coming back for more! Furthermore, the buds are solid and grind up beautifully for smoking and/or vaping. Now, with a special cold infusion treatment, you can enjoy Chemberry HHC Flower for a psychoactive kick on top of it all.
When effects first come into play, you may notice a nice and even energy increase. Accompanying this energy burst is an improved focus along with a bubbling up of joy. Finally, this Chemberry HHC Flower also offers you a nice psychoactive buzz.
Recommended Times for Usage
An excellent booster for lagging energy and low moods, this Chemberry CBD Flower delivers wonderful support during the day. But do not overlook its ability to convert a worn out evening into a night of activity and engagement with others. The energy generated by this sativa-dominant hybrid is never too much or overwhelming. And with the HHC compound, you get a nice high to finish it all off!
Chemberry HHC Flower Details
While the addition of the HHC compound may slightly change the look and feel of this Chemberry, you will find the following description of the original, untreated cultivar to still be reliable:
When pulled from the package, you find the buds to be of normal size. But give one a squeeze and you may be somewhat surprised at the density of this Chemberry cultivar. Yep, this is a case where your eyes may deceive you, leading you to believe these are normal hemp flower buds.
The truth is revealed as soon as you place a bud or two in your grinder. Yes, you will find some resistance on the initial twist but by three full turns, this shredded material is perfect for consumption. As you spill out the ground up results, you will find it soft and airy. In other words, ideal for pipe, vaporizer, or joint!
Chemberry HHC Flower Smell and Taste
While the addition of the HHC compound may slightly modify the smell and taste of this Chemberry, you will find the following description of the original, untreated cultivar to still be reliable:
If you suspect berries to be one of the major aromas produced by our Chemberry CBD Flower cultivar, you won’t be disappointed. However, the berry fragrance is paired beautifully with a lemon perfume, both of which are delicately surrounded by a chemical diesel aroma. Squeezing a fresh bud really emphasizes the berry-lemon marriage with a modest hint of diesel.
It’s when you grind up these buds that the fragrances really emanate. It’s almost as if these combined aromas are dancing beneath your nostrils. When heated up for smoking or vaping, prepare for an increase in that berry-lemon tangle. Upon the exhale, you will be reminded of the diesel influence that is never too far away.
Chemberry HHC Flower Terpene Profile
We understand the importance and value of the terpenes found within each cultivar we grow. At maturation, hemp plants produce many compounds. The key compounds are cannabinoids (CBD, CBG, THC, etc.) and terpenes. Each hemp cultivar produces its own blend of terpenes that add aromas and flavoring. This is referred to as its terpene profile.
Our lab reports include a full analysis of the terpenes present in each hemp flower cultivar we grow. You can find the detailed terpene report in the above image gallery. We also provide below a summary of the terpenes produced by this Chemberry Hemp Flower cultivar.
There are 6 major terpenes with 19.49mg per gram of aromatic compounds in this Chemberry CBD hemp flower cultivar. They are:
- β-Myrcene (7.17mg/g)
- β-Caryophyllene (3.93mg/g)
- Terpinolene (2.49mg/g)
- β-Ocimene (2.41mg/g)
- Limonene (2.07mg/g)
- α-Humulene (1.42mg/g)
Chemberry CBD Hemp Flower Organically Cultivated at Fern Valley Farms in Oregon; HHC Distillate
The HHC Treatment Process
When it comes to effective treatment of our premium hemp flower cultivars with a distillate of HHC, we quickly learned that the most efficient and thorough treatment can be attained through a cold infusion process. As the name “cold infusion” implies, we freeze the HHC distillate until it is completely solid. We then pulverize the frozen HHC distillate into a powder and toss it into a container with buds from the chosen hemp flower cultivar. This is then vigorously agitated so that the powdered HHC distillate evenly coats the entire flower, all the way down to the stem.
This approach results in a thorough coating of the HHC distillate throughout the treated plant matter. More significantly, the end result of the cold infusion treatment process is a purer and truer blending of the HHC compound with the cannabinoids contained in the hemp flower cultivar, all performed without the use of any solvents.
HHC Has Potent Psychoactive Properties!
As with all HHC products we offer, we urge you to practice extra caution particularly with the first use of any new product containing the HHC compound. We strongly recommend that you consume this product in very small doses (as compared to your usual consumption practices for this CBD flower cultivar). Please wait at least 30 minutes between each dosage session.
While HHC does not produce effects as pronounced as its counterpart, Delta 9 THC, the HHC compound can still produce psychotropic effects. The addition of HHC to different CBD flower cultivars will not only enhance or amplify the effects you normally enjoy when consuming that cultivar but can include other effects, including psychotropic reactions or experiences.
(To better educate yourself about HHC, we recommend our blog article “What Is HHC?” which explores this new compound in much greater detail.)
*Understanding HHC Lab Reports
Consumers interested in studying accompanying lab reports for our HHC-treated hemp flower cultivars may notice two stereoisomers connected to the HHC compound. On the lab reports, these isomers are identified as:
- Hexahydrocannabinol (S Isomer) (9s-HHC)
- Hexahydrocannabinol (R Isomer) (9r-HHC)
It is important to note that both isomers are potentially psychoactive. When inhaled, only the 9r-HHC isomer is psychoactive. The 9s-HHC isomer is NOT psychoactive when inhaled. (When ingested, both isomers are psychoactive.)
Consequently, we only include the amount of the 9r-HHC isomer when reporting HHC potency for our treated cultivars.
Grown by Fern Valley Farms. We feel very fortunate that we get to grow in Southern Oregon as this area offers one of the best growing climates in the world for cannabis and hemp crops. The soil is premium, with growers bringing generations of experience to their fields. Getting to provide some of the best CBD Hemp in the world is one of our greatest joys.
Our flower is cared for by hand from seed to finished flower. All our flowers are slow-dried and cured here on our farm and hand-trimmed for the best possible quality.
3rd-Party Lab Tested
All hemp flower cultivars are 3rd-party lab tested for potency. Additional tests are performed to ensure there are no microbial contaminations, mycotoxins, heavy metals and pesticides, or foreign matter.
DISCLAIMERS AND DISCLOSURES
All of our hemp flower cultivars are grown without any pesticides, sprays, or synthetic fertilizers.
This product includes a Boveda® two-way humidity control pack in its air-tight resealable packaging. This helps prolong the freshness and potency of the cannabinoids and terpenes present in this product.
All products contain less than 0.3% Δ9-THC.
Because of the high concentration of HHC, Fern Valley Farms makes NO guarantee that any individual will pass a drug test after using this product.
Fern Valley Farms does not monitor any state laws concerning cannabinoid possession and consumption. Individual consumers are encouraged to ascertain the legality of acquiring, possessing, and consuming various cannabinoids in their own state.
All customer reviews represent the opinion of the author. Customer reviews are neither evaluated nor approved by the Food and Drug Administration. Furthermore, these opinions do not reflect the viewpoint of Fern Valley Farms or its employees.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, mitigate, cure, or prevent any disease.