In today’s recreational cannabis market, we’re currently seeing this ongoing race to isolate and synthesize the most potent, safe, and quasi-legal compounds from the cannabis plant. Since the classic and most popular cannabinoid, Delta 9 THC, is still federally prohibited, we look to alternative THCs to get the job done. At this point, most people have heard of Delta 8 THC, or maybe even Delta 10 and THCV, but even more exist, and even more are on the horizon. The newest THC to make waves? THCjd. Scroll down to learn more about this compound, and for exclusive deals if you want to try it out yourself.
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Different types of THC
By now we’re all relatively familiar with Delta-9 THC, how it functions in the body, and how it affects our minds. At a base level, most consumers know that THC is the predominant psychoactive compound in cannabis – it’s the reason pot gets us high. What is less commonly known, is how many THCs there really are; and why they’re different from each other; and which one is the most potent.
As of late, the industry seems hellbent on accessing and synthesizing hundreds of new cannabinoids, both those that have been discovered in the cannabis plant, and various analogues and isomers. THC, and the possibility of different types of THC, has recently opened the discussion in some circles regarding the differing chain lengths of THCP, THCV, THC-H, THC-O, THCB, and so forth. This chain variation can be applied to other psychoactive cannabinoids like HHC.
Now, keep in mind that these are all synthetic cannabinoids – but the definition of ‘synthetic cannabinoids’ can mean one of two things. First, synthetic cannabinoids are compounds that do not exist in nature and must be created in a lab, like THC-O. Also, a synthetic can be a cannabinoid that does exist in nature, but in such minimal amounts that in order to manufacture enough for it to be used in consumer products, it must still be synthesized in a lab, like Delta 8 THC.
What is THCjd?
When it comes to some of the newest compounds, like THCjd in particular, there is little to no information available. As a matter of fact, the only bit of info I was able to find, was from manufacturers. I couldn’t find any studies or even press releases about the scientific discovery of this compound.
That being said, it’s not crazy to think that the companies who are making these products, doing the extractions, and working closely with these compounds don’t have the ability to use their extensive industry knowledge to formulate interesting new cannabinoids, like THCjd. According to some of the companies selling it, “THCjd is a rare, naturally occurring” cannabinoid. But again, I was unable to find any information about it in any type of scientific journal or official literature, in any capacity. Although it’s certainly possible that some of these companies are doing research behind the scenes that the general public doesn’t know about.
The overall consensus is that THCjd is safe, creates an indica-like, couch lock type of high, and that it’s up to 19x more potent than delta 9 THC. As of now, it’s legal because no laws have been established yet to regulate it.
Where to get THCjd
If you’re interested in being among the first group of consumers to try THCjd products, then you’re in luck because we have a few deals for you in our newsletter. Again, this is a very new compound so if you choose to buy it, make sure you go with a reputable brand. One of our favorites intro products to THCjd is the new THCjd/THC-H live resin gummies from Delta Extrax (see deal below). Check it out and make sure to subscribe to The THC Weekly Newsletter for more exciting deals.
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An exciting new line of high potency gummies containing some new cannabinoids you’ve likely never heard of (scroll down to learn more about each one). These gummies each contain 125mg of active cannabinoids: Delta 9 THC, THCh, THCjd, THCP, and Live Resin Delta 8 THC. They come in 3 delicious flavors: Purple Berry, Root Beer Float, and Sour Peach.
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