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    More About THCv

    THCv doesn’t get you “high” like its big brothers, but it retains numerous biological effects including enhanced focus and appetite suppression. THCv has a 3-carbon atom side chain which fails to activate CB receptors, which means it does not produce any type of intoxicating effects.

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    What is THCv?

    THCv, or Tetrahydrocannabivarin, is a cannabinoid found in cannabis and hemp plants. Although it is technically psychoactive, it does not produce the “high” effect that’s typical with cannabis consumption. THCv’s effects are known to produce alert, motivated, and energizing feelings, which is why many opt to take it in the daytime. Unlike most other cannabinoids, THCv suppresses the appetite, leading some to refer to it as “diet weed”. One can find THCv in products such as disposable vapes, gummies, vape cartridges, tinctures, and more.

    Is THCv legal?

    Thanks to the 2018 Farm Bill, THCv is federally legal. The bill states that hemp-derived products containing less than 0.3% Delta 9 THC are classified as legal to produce and sell. Although it’s federally legal, that doesn’t mean it’s legal in every state. It’s important to check the laws in your state as regulations are constantly changing.

    Where Can I Buy THCv?

    If you live in a state where THCv is legal, then you can purchase THCv in smoke shops near you. For a more convenient shopping experience, you can also purchase THCv online. Before buying, it’s important to check that the products have 3rd party lab results that test not only for potency, but also impurities such as heavy metals. Mellow Fellow prioritizes premium quality as well as consumer safety, providing scannable QR codes on their packaging so you can easily access their COAs (Certificate of Analysis).

    THCv vs THC (Delta 9) - What’s The Difference?

    THC (Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol), also known as Delta 9, refers to the main psychoactive compound found in cannabis and hemp plants. It’s the cannabinoid responsible for the euphoric “high” associated with cannabis use.

    There are two main differences between THCv and THC. The first is that while THCv is federally legal, Delta 9 THC is not federally legal. The second difference is in their effects. THC produces a euphoric high with effects such as relaxation and increased appetite. THCv on the other hand does not produce the typical high, but instead produces feelings of energy, mental focus, alertness and also acts as an appetite suppressant.

    THCv vs Delta 8 - What’s The Difference?

    Delta 8 THC is a cannabinoid similar to Delta 9 THC, slightly differing in the arrangement of atoms. While also producing a euphoric “high”, Delta 8 THC’s effects are milder than THC. THCv, on the other hand, does not produce the typical “high”. Instead, THCv offers feelings of mental alertness, energy, and appetite suppression.