THC-M, or – get ready for this tongue twister – 11-Nor-Delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol-9-Carboxylic acid (Carboxy-THC), is distinguished from the numerous cannabinoids on the market today by many factors.
We know this may sound confusing, but the reality is that THC-M has never been isolated directly from cannabis. Although it can be detected for current clinical use, researchers have not yet succeeded in isolating the compound within the plant itself.
As for its psychoactive potential, since 11-Nor-Delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol-9-Carboxylic acid has never been isolated, scientists have not been able to directly assess its psychoactive properties.
However, some innovative brands, such as Binoid, have begun to incorporate this hitherto unknown cannabis derivative in certain products, especially vapes, always in combination with other psychoactive cannabinoids such as THC-O, THC-P, HHC, and others.
The inclusion of THC-M in hemp products, especially vaporizers, could improve the bioavailability and efficacy of the cannabinoids we already know, and bring us closer to the true entourage effect.
Although research on THC-M is limited, it is believed to be a close relative of Delta-9 THC, the well-known psychoactive compound. This leads us to speculate that THC-M may induce a high similar to Delta-9 THC or possess unique effects similar to the clarity associated with Delta-8 THC.
In this vaporizer you will find a combination of THCA, THC-M, and HHCP, providing a powerful and distinctive mental and physical encounter. This disposable device is meticulously created to offer the best possible experience for the mind and body, made with quality ingredients and with the greatest care on the market.
Although much of THC-M remains shrouded in mystery, the future of this newly discovered cannabinoid is very promising.
So, as we discover more about its potential effects, we anticipate exciting developments in THC-M products. Until then, take advantage of the possibilities and synergies that THC-M shares with other components of hemp.
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