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Move over Delta THC-infused gummies – there’s a new cannabinoid in town; Introducing THCV Gummies! Tetrahydrocannabivarin-infused gummies are the latest addition to the world of cannabis edibles.
Now, we know that full spectrum hemp plant extracts are PRESUMED to have tons of wellness benefits, but what do we know about THCV? Get ready for a crash course on this exciting new cannabinoid with all the details about THCV gummies you won’t want to miss.
“Are THCV gummies made from diet weed?”
Pretty comical, but also very accurate. The above is a joke being circulated online by THC edible enthusiasts.
Hemp-derived THCV gummies are usually formulated with premium ingredients like fruit pectin, tapioca syrup, citric acid, and general blanket statements of having natural flavors and colors.
Another ingredient you might care to look into is ACV (apple cider vinegar) because of the reported data showing that THCV may help with weight management.
Here is a photo of the THCV molecule.
According to this study, THCV has LESS psychoactive effects in comparison to Delta 9 Tetrahydrocannabinol and it has demonstrated promising potential in rodent studies as a potential therapeutic solution for weight loss and the management of obesity and type 2 diabetes.
By decreasing appetite, increasing satiety, and driving energy metabolism upwards, this cannabinoid may provide clinically beneficial relief to those struggling with these conditions – source.
With so many possibilities in aiding the digestive system, THCV may support your Endocannabinoid System as well.
You must be 21 years of age or older to purchase this product.
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Do not take this product if you are pregnant, nursing, or expecting.
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Do not operate any machinery while using this product.
Consume and enjoy responsibly.
THCV gummies are cannabis edibles that are specifically infused with THCV, short for Tetrahydrocannabivarin.
The legality of THCv gummies depends on your location. While THCV is federally legal thanks to the Farm Bill, however, some states do not allow THCV edibles. We highly advise that you check with your local laws before purchasing or consuming THCV gummies.
Yes, but considerably less than when compared to other THC cannabinoids such as Delta 9 THC, Delta 8 THC, and THCP. THCV has shown to have much less psychoactive effects so the high associated with THC gummies are minimal.
Generally speaking, it takes between 30-45 minutes for the effects of THVC gummy edibles to become noticeable. However, this can vary depending on several factors. To learn more, see How Long Do Edibles Take To Kick In?
If weight loss and appetite suppression is what you’re after than THCV gummies might be right for you. Also, THCV seems to offer similar proposed wellness benefits that are associated with THC but without the adverse effects. Lastly, THCV-infused gummies are an ideal option for beginners and also for those who want to experience THC for the first time with as little psychotropic effects as possible.
No, some claim that THCV gummies are 5% of the psychoactive and psychotropic effects associated with Delta 9 Gummies.
When in doubt, always follow the product label instructions by reading the suggested use section. If you are ever in doubt, never hesitate to call the THC gummy brand for accurate guidance.
In the history of edible cannabis products, there has never been a reported death of a person overdosing from THCV gummies.
It is not recommend for consumers and professionals alike to consumer this product if you are expecting a drug test in the near future or if your job depends on you testing negative for THC.
All consumers should be aware that using THCV carries a heightened risk when it comes to drug testing, as although tests are meant to detect Delta 9 THC consumption, current screenings are not advanced enough to differentiate which compound was consumed to trigger the metabolite 11-nor-9-carboxy-THC reading.