There are hundreds of cannabinoids and hemp-derived products to choose from, all of which have been around for a long time. But the cannabis plant is so complete and we know so little of it that every year there seems to be a new use discovered for it.
A perfect example is the discovery of THCP, a phytocannabinoid that is only recently hitting the market and already having a huge impact.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
What Is THCP?
Where to Buy THCP
How Is THCP Made?
THCP EffectsTHCP and Drug Tests
What Is THCP?
Phytocannabinoids are cannabinoids naturally produced by and derived from the cannabis plant. They are found mostly within the trichomes that grow on the surface of the plant’s leaves and flowering heads.
In other words:
THCP is produced within the plant without the need for additional processes that may include drying and curing.
THCP was first discovered by an Italian team of researchers in 2019 by accident, or so the stories tell. THC and THCP are incredibly similar to one another on a molecular level, which could explain why it was not discovered until 2019.
The only difference between both molecules is that THC has a chemical structure that consists of five carbon atoms while THCP has seven. More research is needed to identify how the effects of one differ from the other, but the difference in molecular structure allows experts to theorize. It is believed that this small difference in carbon atoms could make THCP a much more potent cannabinoid than its counterpart.
Where to Buy THCP
By quickly hopping onto the Hemmfy website and searching THCP, you’ll be able to buy THCP products from some of the industry’s best hemp brands in the world.
All of the THCP products we carry come from Hemp THCP strain-specific sources. This means you don’t have to worry about the legality of the product we carry; we already did that for you at the Hemmfy CBD Marketplace.
We’ve also taken the liberty of suggesting a few THCP products for you below.
THCP Disposable Vape Pen by Delta Extrax
Delta Extrax uses only the best THCP distillate to make this fully disposable pre-filled vape pen. It takes some of the cleanest terpenes on the market and uses them to infuse a THCP cartridge that will not disappoint. The Delta Extrax Platinum Collection is made up of the brand’s best products and each batch is lab tested for quality and safety.
This disposable vape is rechargeable but not refillable. It is designed with a 280mAh battery that will last the full 1ml of vape juice it contains. Each unit is made with premium delta-8 THC enriched with THCP distillate.
THCP Gummies by Bee’s Knees
These THCP gummies are made from a natural blend of hemp extract rich in CBD to make for 10mg of CBD per gummy. Each batch of Bee’s Knees THCP Gummies is handcrafted and grown adhering to the highest quality farming standards, resulting in an organic, vegan-friendly, and non-GMO product with zero artificial flavors and colors. You can purchase a bag that comes with 15 THCP gummies or a whole box with 10 bags each with 15 gummies.
THCP Chocolate by Bee’s Knees
Each chocolate bar contains a full 30mg worth of CBD enriched with a balanced dose of hemp-derived THCP. Bee’s Knees chocolate bars are made with organic full spectrum CBD extract and all-natural milk chocolate. Each package contains 6 chocolate bars each containing 30mg or if a higher quantity is needed, you could also purchase an 80 count box.
How Is THCP Made?
CBGA or Cannabigerolic Acid is known as “The Mother Cannabinoid” for a reason; it is a phytocannabinoid that slowly and naturally changes as the hemp plant grows. These natural changes allow CBGA to gradually mature through enzymatic reactions and transform into other phytocannabinoids.
CBGA can change into many different cannabinoids depending on the maturity of the plant. At different stages during this maturation process, CBGA may have different chemical structures.
One of the acidic phytocannabinoids it may become is THCPA. Once the plant is submitted to decarboxylation, THCPA will become THCP.
Nothing can be said for certain because the effects of cannabinoids are strongly tied to the physical characteristics of the consumer. Pre-existing medical conditions, strain, dose, tolerance, and weight are all factors that play an important role in the effects a cannabinoid may have on a person. The same goes for THCP.
THCP and Drug Tests
Regular THC turns up in most drug tests. Because the chemical makeup of THCP is very similar to that of THC, it is likely to appear on a blood or urine test.
There is not enough evidence to determine exactly how long THCP stays in the body or how much you need to take in order for it to show up on a drug test. For the time being, the best advice we have is; discretion.