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5 Most Burning Questions Regarding THCP Flowers

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Tetrahydrocannabiphorol, or THCP for short, is a potent and unusual cannabinoid that is on its way to revolutionize the hemp and cannabis industries. It differs from other cannabinoids in its distinct qualities and increased strength, making for a deeper experience. For those interested in hemp, a world of new opportunities has opened with the availability of THCP. When compared to CBD flowers and other well-known cannabinoids, THC-P flowers, which are abundant in Tetrahydrocannabiphorol (THCP), stand out for their unrivaled strength, promising more powerful and long-lasting effects.

Our flowers are the key to unlocking the door to mental peace and relaxation at the end of a hard day of work or school. Each THCP flower we sell has been carefully chosen for its taste character, which may range from a light fruitiness to a deeper earthiness or spiciness. Our flowers are available in a range of strengths to accommodate a wide range of individual tastes and requirements. However, we have come across some burning questions that almost every customer asks us. Maybe, it’s because THCP is new to the market or maybe people are skeptical about it. Whatever the reason is, we choose to answer all the burning questions, so you can get a clearer picture.


Q1: How are THCP Flowers Different than THC?

Well, the first obvious difference is in the molecular structure. Flowers which are labelled as THCP have a compound that has a longer alkyl side chain. THCP has a chain with seven carbon atoms, while THC has only five. You may think what this has got to do with user experience. Well, SIZE MATTERS. THCP’s longer side chain makes it more biologically active than THC, resulting in, the FAMOUS, 30 times greater bonding activity with our system. So, what happens is with the legal limit of THC being <0.3%, THCP provides much more potency while staying in the limit.

If we compare it to Delta 8, it is 60 times stronger. Similarly, it’s almost 30 times more potent than Delta 9 and around 10 times more potent than THC-O, which is a synthetic THC. Oh, another important thing to note is that THCP is all natural just like Delta 9, 8, etc. When the hemp plant undergoes physiological or biological stress, its compounds changes! So, when you see a THCP label on flower, make sure that their lab report says so. Because you want to buy THCP flowers if you want more potency in the same quantity of THC per flower.

Q2: Which THCP Flowers Shall I Buy?

The infusion process is crucial when selecting THCP flowers since it determines the intensity, taste, and overall experience. For those looking for a method that offers enhanced purity and robust taste qualities, our cryoinfusion method is a standout. The technique requires exposing the flower to very low temperatures to retain its essence and reduce contaminants, resulting in an ideal experience. On the other hand, gas infusion is perfect for those who want a strong and reliable experience. This method consistently delivers a high-THC experience by saturating the flower with the right gases, which guarantees that the product has consistent THC levels.

Finally, for those who want their flower to have the highest possible concentration of THCP, spraying it directly is the way to go. This procedure also leads to increased potency and experiences centered on potency.  So, the chosen infusion process greatly affects the characteristics of the product, regardless of the desired degree of purity, potency, or total THCP. Each method has its own set of benefits, so users can personalize their THCP experience based on what they want to get out of it.

Q3: What Drugs Interact with THCP Flowers?

While the research is constantly changing about the specific drugs with which THCP can interact. A 2022 report said that the pharmaceutical landscape identifies 391 drugs that potentially interact with THCP. These interactions are classified into 26 major, 365 moderate, and no minor categories. Among the drugs known to interact with cannabis are codeine, aripiprazole, amphetamine, zolpidem, lorazepam, fentanyl, hydrocodone, and morphine. In general, you should not mix THCP or any other cannabis flowers with sedatives, anti-anxiety medications, anti-depressants, pain medications, anticonvulsants (seizure medications), and anticoagulants (blood thinners). Adhering to a fundamental guideline of caution, it’s advisable to avoid combining drugs without consulting a healthcare professional. Should you be using medication while also consuming marijuana, it is crucial to talk to your physician. This ensures comprehensive understanding and management of any potential risks or interactions.

Q4: What Size and Strains of THCP Flowers are Available?

THCP Flowers are available in three different market sizes—3g, 5g, and 10g—suiting various preferences and requirements. iFeelz extends wholesale options for those seeking larger quantities, guaranteeing an adequate supply of these strains. We offer several size ranges including: 3.5 grams, 7 grams, 15 grams, 28 grams, ¼ LBs, ½ LBs, and 1 LB. Some of our fan-favorite strains are Lava Cake and London Pound. These varieties cater to different tastes and requirements. The availability of THCP Flowers in multiple sizes ensures flexibility for consumers, allowing them to choose quantities that best fit their consumption habits and budgets. Whether one prefers a smaller amount for personal use or seeks a larger supply, there’s a suitable option to accommodate every preference. Furthermore, our wholesale products enable businesses to access ample supplies of these premium strains, catering to the demands of retailers and other establishments within the cannabis industry.


Q5: Are there Any THCP Consumption Alternatives?

Since THCP is the newest kid on the block, people don’t know much about its products. THC-P can be consumed through various ways, including smoking, ingestion, and topical application. Available in diverse forms such as THCP flowers, hash, resin, and wax, THCP marijuana offers versatility in consumption options. It can be smoked using joints, bongs, or blunts for a traditional experience, or incorporated into edible products like gummies and cookies after cooking. Additionally, THC-P can be applied topically, offering an alternative route for those seeking localized relief from discomfort or inflammation.

These are just five of the many questions people ask about THCP. We will uncover them some other day in some other post, so stay tuned and have a safe and enjoyable THCP experience!

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