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D9 THCVo

Structure of D9 THCVo
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D9 Tetrahydrocannabivarin Acetate 
(Acytilated Varin D9 THC)

Effects (Community)

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Effects
  • Mild Stimulation

  • Creative

  • Mild focus

  • Dream-like

  • Floaty

  • Euphoric

  • Day dreaming

Average High Length

Vaped

Come-up: 30-90 Minutes

Peak: 2-4 Hours

Comedown: 2-3 Hours

Afterglow: 1-2 Hours

Eaten

Come-up: 45 Minutes-90 Minutes

Peak: 3-6 Hours

Comedown: 2-3 Hours

Afterglow: 1-3 Hours

Dosage Sizes

It should be noted that THCVo is best enjoyed in a blend. I don't recommend vaping it raw other than once or twice for curiosities sake.

Vaped

Threshold: 3-5mg

Low dose: 5-10mg

Avg dose: 10-20mg

Strong dose: 20mg+

Eaten

Threshold: 2-4mg

Low dose: 4-8mg

Avg dose: 8-15mg

Strong dose: 15mg+

Best known for:

Being a long-lasting stimulating cannabinoid that can leave you prone to distraction

Viscosity 

THCVo has a mild viscosity. It can be pushed out of a syringe at room temp.

Is it a phytocannabinoid? (naturally occurring cannabinoid)

THCVo is not a phytocannabinoid

My Opinion

This here is an odd one. THCVo does not quite fit the bill of being good for focus as the dream-like qualities that you see commonly in acetates is very noticeably present. This makes it hard to stay on task for too long as your thoughts kind of go from one area of intense focus to another, unable to really stick in one place for too long. The "weirdness" present here is very reminiscent of CBT and that feeling of slight confusion you can get. This makes it good for blends that make you want to feel as "messed up" as possible. I have not done it yet myself, but I have a feeling that paired with CBT there is a very strange and unique feeling waiting for you.

Unique for sure, it seems THCVo's best uses are giving some lasting energy to a "get blasted" type blend.

 

Other notes:

N/A

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Comments (1)

Guest
Nov 27

D9-Tetrahydrocannabivarin Acetate, also known as D9-THCV-OAc, is a synthetic cannabinoid that is chemically similar to D9-THCV, a natural occurring cannabinoid found in the cannabis plant. D9-THCV-OAc is made through a laboratory process involving the conversion of CBD to D9-THCV.

D9-THCV-OAc is a relatively new substance, and its effect profile is not well-established. However, it is likely to have similar psychoactive effects to THCV, including feelings of enhanced focus and energy. D9-THCV-OAc also has potential as a therapeutic compound due to its anti-inflammatory properties.

It's important to note that all cannabinoids, including D9-THCV-OAc, can have potential side effects, including increased heart rate, impaired coordination, and dependence. As with any potentially mind-altering substance, caution should be exercised, and D9-THCV-OAc should only be taken under the advice and supervision of a healthcare professional.

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