The length of time that HHC stays in your system depends on a variety of factors, including your age, the dose you take, and your individual metabolism. Generally speaking, it can take anywhere from two days to several months for the body to process and remove HHC from your system. While most people say that HHC does not show up on a drug test, it is possible that it could be detected in a urinalysis or blood test. HHC is an organic chemical compound derived from the hemp plant.
There have been no studies conducted on humans to determine its psychoactive properties, so all information about its effects comes from user reports. It is believed that HHC is metabolized into two different molecules in animals, and it is likely that it will become a slightly different metabolite in humans. Taking medications that use the same metabolic resources as HHC can cause the body to take longer to process and remove both substances from the body. The natural concentration of CYP3A4 in each person can also affect how quickly HHC is processed and removed from the body.
People who use HHC frequently may find that it takes longer for it to be eliminated from their system, as it accumulates in the body over time. The purity and potency of HHC-O products can vary depending on how they are manufactured. If you use HHC sparingly, once or twice a week, your body should be free of it after about a week. However, if you are thinking about taking HHC or are already taking it, you should be aware that it could show up on a drug test.
Anecdotal reports are conflicting, with some people claiming that HHC products have tested positive for drugs while others have not. The main derivative identified as 11-hydroxy-hexahydrocannabinol (11-OH-HHC) indicates a metabolic process similar to that of HHC. Rough estimates suggest that an average person in their twenties processes HHC approximately twice as fast as an average person in their mid-twenties. Therefore, if you know you will be undergoing a drug test soon, you should avoid using HHC.