Also called THC-O-acetate, this compound is not derived from hemp in the same way. THC-O, or tetrahydrocannabinol, is an unnatural cannabinoid. Also called THC-O-acetate, this compound is not derived from hemp in the same way as other cannabis products, such as CBD, CBG and CBN. This means that THC-O is not found naturally in the hemp plant.
THC-O is a substance derived from hemp that is three times stronger than THC. It is an artificial compound that is sought for its potency and legal status because it is a federally legal hemp chemical. Its validity remains a gray area, as some specialists say that it should be banned in accordance with the Federal Analogs Act. First of all, THC-O is a cannabinoid just like THC, CBD, CBG and CBN.
In their most basic form, cannabinoids are chemical compounds that act on the brain's cannabinoid receptors.