As the legality of cannabis continues to trend towards a more inclusive global community, our knowledge of the plant and its components also continues to expand.
So much so that even novel cannabinoids are sprouting on our radar. Credit to new discoveries must be attributed to the expert farmers, scientients, and advocates who, over the last few years, have approached their research with immense enthusiasm to responsibly and masterfully innovate cannabis.
The biggest issue with new cannabis-derived substances is their relative ‘new-ness’, which invites unintentional but unavoidable regulations famous for changing constantly and being difficult to understand. This renders ‘new-cannabinoids’ as an antonym for ‘legal cannabinoids.’
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What Is THCP?
Where to Buy THCP Legally
What Is THCP?
A phytocannabinoid is a naturally produced component of the cannabis plant. The densest concentration of phytocannabinoids is found in trichomes, fine outgrowths on the surface of cannabis leaves.
THCP is a phytocannabinoid and much newer to the game than THC or CBD, having been discovered in 2019 by Italian researchers. Delta 9 THC and THCP are very similar in molecular structure, which inadvertently could be the reason why THCP’s discovery was elusive for so many years. The main difference between the two is that the THC molecule carries five carbon atoms while THCP has seven.
We can say this: The effects of novel THC derivatives, like THCP, differ from the effects associated with Delta 8 & 10 products, although, any conclusive claims are still waiting on the research’s verdict. So far it is clear that the effects are mostly subjective for each user. There are some who claim THCP has a higher potency than THC, but there is no consensus on that either.
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Where to Buy THCP Legally
The legal status of most new cannabinoids is difficult to assess due to the cannabis industry constantly evolving. There are state laws and there are federal laws, which, in accordance with the 2018 Farm Bill, grant legality as long as they are extracted from the hemp plant with less than 0.3% Delta 9 THC per unit of dry weight.
States that have fully legalized medicinal and recreational use of marijuana (psychoactive variety of cannabis) can also enjoy THCP as a legal cannabinoid. But given its newness, THCP is not available in some states that have been slow to amend their rulings on cannabinoids.
But they are available right here at the Hemmfy Marketplace, the same place where you’ll find the following best-selling THCP products:
Delta Extrax Platinum THCP Disposable Vape Pen
Delta Extrax, formerly known as Delta Effex, has launched a new THCP disposable vape pen that lives up to the high quality and safety reputation set by their former name. The Platinum THCP Disposable is made with premium, hemp-derived THCP distillate. With this disposable, you can get THCP in bulk since it comes in a 10-pack box and a 25% discount if you purchase it now!
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THCP Edible Gummies by Bee’s Knees
Bee’s Knees THCP gummies come in 15 and 10 piece bags. They are hand-crafted, grown, and produced using the highest quality home-grown hemp flower. Bee’s Knees THCP gummies are an organic, vegan, and non-GMO product with zero artificial flavors or colors. You can get Bee’s Knees THCP gummies at a 25% discount if you purchase now!
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Cereal Milk THCP Cart by Space Walker
Space Walker THCP carts are made with an incredibly potent blend of THC-O, Delta 8 THC, and THCP extracts. These premium carts come with pre-filled 1g tanks and a 510 thread that fits any standard 510 battery. Get Space Walker disposables 25% Off for Black Friday by purchasing now!
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The effects of THCP have not yet been robustly studied, mostly due to the novelty of the cannabinoid and the fact that most efforts have been concentrated on understanding the cannabinoid’s molecular structure.
In the 2019 study that is thought to be the first evidence of THCP, evaluation of the cannabinoid showed that ‘THCP decreased locomotor activity…’ and ‘induced catalepsy and produced analgesia miming the properties of full CB1 receptor agonists’.
While this does not describe the effects of THCP, it does open a path for a discussion about the potential benefits it could provide consumers. This brings us to the same conclusion as the study, namely, that ‘the discovery of an extremely potent THC-like phytocannabinoid may shed light on several pharmacological effects not ascribable solely to Delta 9 THC’.
Potential benefits and effects are not necessarily interlinked with the sensation of cannabinoids. The feeling onset by THCP is an issue dependent on personal variables such as tolerance, weight, and pre-existing conditions.