Have You Heard About THC-P? We Have the Scoop!

Have You Heard About THC-P? We Have the Scoop!
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Trust us when we say the hype around THC-P is thoroughly warranted.  This is potentially the most potent cannabinoid in all of the hemp plant, with a strength thought to be 33 times stronger than regular THC. Yes, 33 times stronger. However, because it’s so new, there is still a lot to learn about it.   Let’s explore what we do know so far and where you can find authentic, effective, and high-quality products. Binoid is one of the few brands that have embraced learning and supplying THC-P in many product types such as THC-P vapes, tinctures, and wax dabs. Try these THC-P products using the code HIGHTIMES25 for 25% off your order with fast and free shipping from Binoid. What is THC-P, and What Makes It So Special? Tetrahydrocannabiphorol is a naturally occurring cannabinoid that was discovered only in late 2019. A group of cannabis researchers uncovered it by accident when applying the more advanced chromatography-based analysis methods to a sample of the hemp plant. That being said, this is a completely natural cannabinoid that exists in hemp, in very, very trace amounts.  It’s not a synthetic cannabinoid, and it has been in the plant since the plant’s existence, despite us only knowing about it recently.The key thing that makes THC-P such a fascinating cannabinoid is how it appears to attach to CB1 receptors in the brain at about 33 times the rate of delta 9 THC.  Basically, it offers some pretty powerful effects that can put other cannabinoids to shame—no offense to delta 9 THC, delta 8 THC, delta 10 THC, and the like. THC-P products are the pinnacle products on the market. Courtesy of Binoid Has THC-P Been Researched? We’re glad you asked—Yes, THC-P is a cannabinoid that has been studied by researchers. This paper comes from the same researchers who…

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