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THCa Flower

From our affordable Flower: Budget Collection, to our world-class Flower: Luxury Collection we’ve got THCa flower for you. In addition, our perfectly rolled THCa Flower Pre Rolls are the #1 choice for those who need quality and convenience! You can also search our popular strains by classification: Hybrid, Indica, and Sativa.

Arete Hemp’s top-shelf THCa Flower is organic, lab-tested, and shipped discreetly and quickly.

THCa Flower - Everything You Need to Know

You have questions about THCa flower. We have answers. The more you know about this cannabinoid everyone seems to be talking about now, the more divine your cannabis experience is. Here is some pertinent information about THCa flower.

Many people have already discovered THCa flower and enjoy it regularly. If you aren’t among those people, there is still time for you to join the popular crowd and indulge. THCa flower is the next best thing to Delta 9 THC and may possibly be your perfect companion.

THCa stands for Tetrahydrocannabinolic acid. It’s the precursor to Delta 9 THC. Through a process known as decarboxylation, carboxylic acids found in the cannabinoid convert to acidic form. In other words, when heat is
applied to THCa, it converts into THC and users experience nearly similar mental effects. THCa products include concentrates and flower.

Since THCa flower is relatively new to the cannabis world, plenty of misinformation is out there. Misinformation can jeopardize your life in a multitude of ways and simply is not worth the hassle when it’s easy to get accurate answers from our detailed Q&A section featured below. We’ve included the most common THCa questions people want to know to begin their experience with this wonderful cannabinoid.

In this Q&A section you’ll find factual information regarding THCa flower. We do not just assume the information is correct. It is confirmed by a world famous cannabis attorney. Nothing matters more to us than safeguarding our customers (and providing quality cannabis products, of course) and this is one small way we achieve those measures.

This Q&A section contains common questions asked by consumers curious to learn about THCa flower and its pros, cons, benefits, and perks. While there is still so much more to learn about THCa, this guide provides an excellent starting point with answers to the most important questions.

What is THCa Flower?

THCa flower is product that resembles traditional cannabis but has less than .3% Delta 9 THC. It is the same great flower cannabis enthusiasts have enjoyed for years, minus the Delta 9 THC. The beautifully produced
phytocannabinoid product tastes great and converts to Delta 9 THC when heated, giving an out-of-this-world euphoria very similar to the real product.

Traditionally smoked in a pipe, bong, bowl, into joints or blunts, THCa flower also makes a great addition to edibles like brownies and cookies; can be vaped on the go, and works wonders when made into topicals. THCa
flower offers the same uses and benefits as traditional THC flower.

The effects may not be as intense or as long-lasting as those enjoyed after consuming real cannabis, but certainly do wonders for users. The amount of light exposure and heat used on THCa affects the intensity of its
effects. Just as different cannabis strains produce different effects, so does THCa flower. Some strains are better than others, depending on what you like and the effects you want, as you might expect.

THCa flower is strain-specific, the same as traditional Delta 9 THC/cannabis flower. As you browse the wide selection of THCa flower available, you’ll discover strain names you’re very familiar with along with plenty of
new names.

Everyone has heard names like Gorilla Glue, Grandaddy Purp, and Green Crack. Most cannabis consumers enjoy the strains and trust the effects it brings. You can find each strain available in THCa form.

You can also find many lesser-known strains available. Shockwave and Tsunami are two strains that whale not as popular as the aforementioned names, will soon become your favorites.

THCa flower is an excellent alternative to traditional Delta 9 THC flower.

Is THCa Flower Legal?

Cannabis laws differ in every state and confuse many people simply wanting to find out if they can legally consume products. Not to worry because we took time to ask a cannabis attorney. You can check out their full report about the legality of THCa and rest assured you are getting the most accurate information possible from us.

We are proud to report that THCa is legal under federal law in all 50 states. It is not classified as a psychoactive cannabinoid or as a scheduled substance.

Anyone, anywhere in the U.S. can legally purchase and consume THCa flower and other THCa products without concern. While cannabis may not yet be legal in your state, THCa certainly is an awesome legal alternative.

If you still aren’t convinced that THCa is legal in your state, reach out to a local lawyer who will help you understand your local state laws. You can also learn information about THCa via the Drug Enforcement
Administration (DEA) website. Every product sold on the Arete website is 100% federally legal.

Will THCa Flower Get me High?

The burning question you were afraid to ask but dying to know!

Will THCa get me high? If the cannabis product does not get you high, what is the point of consuming it, right? Wrong!

THCa itself will not get you high. Remember, we told you earlier that this cannabis product is not a psychoactive cannabinoid? For that reason, it is impossible to get high from THCa. All hope is not lost, however, and there is still a good reason why you want this product on hand.

That awesome decarb process we talked about earlier converts THCa to THC. So while you do not feel the same exact euphoria as you would after ingesting THC, the results are pretty intoxicating and enjoyable.

Since THCa is legal across the country, it’s an awesome legal alternative for those who live in states without cannabis laws who fear collecting a criminal record or time behind bars. It works great for people who may not
yet be ready to experience the real thing for various reasons. Cannabis excites yet scares many people. THCa is there to guide those individuals.

Heat is the only thing needed to decarb THCa and experience its full potential. Although you may see producers tossing THCa into an oven to bake, you don’t need to endure this process to complete the conversion. Simply lighting THCa when it is packed into a bowl or dab can convert it and provide the powerful effects you’re after.

Raw THCa can also provide plenty of benefits. Some people use THCa in raw form, in concentrated form, and in flower form to ensure they never miss benefits. It is commonly added to smoothies and other nutritional drinks.
It tastes great before it goes through the decarb process and could very well be a great way to benefit your good health.

So while THCa itself does not create psychoactive, mind-altering effects, the conversion process certainly allows this to happen. You can expect to enjoy every experience using THCa products.


What is High THCa?

There is THCa and then there is High THCa, essentially the same product, only one contains higher percentages of the cannabinoid you crave. In fact, some High THCa products contain such a strong amount of THCa, they could
easily pass as real cannabis in a dispensary.

High THCa products contain 1% or more THCa, an absolutely amazing level of cannabinoid. When converted to THC, those psychoactive effects you want immediately take you to that mind-altering world you feel most comfortable.
High THCa products definitely are not designed for the faint at heart.

Choose from High THCa concentrates and flower for your cannabis consumption experience. Purchase both concentrate and flower High THCa since both offer different effects and intensity levels. Keep one on hand to enjoy during lunch break at work and the other for after-work fun.

Experience High THCa first hand to learn what all the fuss is about -if you dare. Cannabis enthusiasts absolutely love High THCa products, but they provide next-level euphoria that you should prepare for.

Will THCa Show up on a Drug Test?

In 37 states, cannabis is legal for medicinal purposes. In 21 states, recreational cannabis is legal for consumers 21+. Despite state legalizations, cannabis remains federally illegal.

Many companies and federal organizations follow federal regulations regarding cannabis consumption (and possession.) What this means is that despite state legality, consuming cannabis can cause a variety of problems.
For example, companies that drug test new employees may turn down an employee who tests positive for marijuana, despite its legal status in the state.

Failing a drug test at a company or organization in states without legal marijuana laws can result in the same hassles.

It is apparent why potentially failing a drug test is bad news to so many people across the country, whether they need to pass due to requirements at their workplace or other reasons. Failing a drug test after using THCa
would make matters even worse.

It goes without saying you want to know if THCa can make you fail a drug test. It is better to be safe than sorry, right? The answer, sadly, is that yes, THCa has the potential to cause you to fail a drug test. Consuming
the cannabinoid should not result in a failed drug test since it is not psychoactive but the risk remains.

Although THCa from Arete complies with all federal guidelines requiring 0.3 percent or less Delta-9 THC, the decarboxylation process may very well change the percentages which could result in a failed drug test.

It is best that anyone anticipating a drug test in the near future ( 30 to 60 days) avoid THCa because the potential to show a positive result for cannabis is there. Keep in mind other cannabis products from Arete may
produce similar effects without the risks of a positive drug test. Browse our website carefully so as not to miss out on any of the exciting cannabis products available.

How do I Use THCa Hemp?

It is up to you to decide how you’ll consume THCa hemp. With many different options, you have a variety of ways to consume. The many options make changing consumption methods easy whenever the urge strikes. Changing
consumption methods changes the effects and results that THCa offers. It is nice to experience something satisfyingly different now and again.

The best ways to use THCa hemp include:

  • Rolled into a joint: Many consumers use THCa hemp in traditional joint form. It’s simple to break down the cannabis flower to roll it into a joint that you can share with friends or enjoy all to yourself. You’ll
    need special joint rolling papers to roll joints. A variety of types of rolling papers are found at convenience stores and smoke shops everywhere.
  • Rolled into a blunt: An alternative to joint paper, blunts are preferred by many people who enjoy the added
    flavor provided by the cigar wrap. Many different flavors of blunt paper and wraps make consuming THCa a more enjoyable experience.
  • Water Bong: Smoking THCa in a water bong provides more intense, yet mellow effects. Smoking THCa flower in a bong uses up more of the flower, so many people reserve its use only on special occasions or when groups of
    friends come over to their home. To smoke from a bong, obviously, you need a bong. They come in many sizes, with costs ranging from $10 to $10,000, depending on the product, its size, features, design, etc. Fill the
    bottom portion of the bong with water, fill the bowl with THCa flower, light, inhale, and enjoy.
  • Vape: Vaping THCa flower requires a special tool called a vaporizer. Select a vape designed for dry herb since many are designed to accommodate oils and extracts. Opt for a vape pen for on-the-go indulging. Better
    yet, keep one of each on hand. Many people find vaping less harsh to their lungs. Vaping is more discreet than smoking THCa flower using more conventional options.
  • Edibles: Bake THCa into your edible treats for a discreet, tasty way to experience this cannabinoid. Consuming brownies, cookies, and other delicious snacks baked with THCa makes users feel like a kid on
    Christmas Day! That feeling is one every adult needs to experience now and then. Plus, edibles are super discreet and can even be consumed at work or other locations without any suspicion that you are indulging in
    cannabis products.

There is no right or wrong way to consume THCa flower from the options above. Use the method that you most prefer and that offers the best results specific to your needs and desires. This may differ for everyone but
it’s plenty of fun trying them all out to find the option that you most prefer.

Most people use a few or all methods to consume THCa. Part of the fun is switching the consumption method. Each different way to use THCa produces slightly different effects.

What are the benefits to THCa?

Researchers are still discovering THCa benefits but understand its potential. It is the next best thing to THC, and that goes without question. However, since THCa is still so new to the cannabis world, there is a good chance you are unfamiliar with the cannabinoid and its great benefits.

What kind of benefits can you expect when using THCa?

  • It is legal: Many would-be cannabis enthusiasts avoid consuming due to their fear. That is quite understandable, considering how complex laws can be. THCa is completely legal across the U.S. It contains less than 0.3 percent Delta-9 THC, which according to the DEA, makes it federally legal. Purchase and enjoy THCa without worry of getting arrested or other headaches.
  • Potent effects. THCa itself is not psychoactive and does not offer those THC-like effects. After heating THCa, it becomes THC and delivers similar benefits to consuming a cannabis product purchased from a
    dispensary. Yes, you’ll experience euphoric pleasures all from consuming THCa.
  • Benefits in Raw Form: Lest we forget that THCa packs powerful benefits when consumed in raw form. Many people add raw THCa to smoothies and other drinks to enjoy these added benefits. It tastes great and could
    very well be the key to a new you.
  • Can be used in cooking. If you love sweets and desserts, toss a little THCa into the mix and enjoy an even more decadent treat. Many people love edibles, and why not when sweets taste so great when they deliver that
    extra THCa kick at the end?
  • No side effects or potential risks of using THCa. Whether you prefer to consume flower or concentrate, use the THCa product with complete confidence that it is safe and effective.
  • Variety of products and ways to consume THCa, making it viable for anyone looking to indulge. Regular consumers enjoy the variety offered by THCa products as well.
  • Easy to purchase THCa from Arete with delivery directly to your home.

Wow! What a list of benefits of THCa! There are tons more benefits of THCa not included in this list. Use Google to your advantage to find out even more about THCa and its benefits. The more you know about THCa, the more
important it becomes to your life.

What is the Difference Between THCa and THC?

If THCa converts to THC, doesn’t this make the two cannabinoids practically identical? THC and THCa share many similar qualities as well as many distinct qualities. Want to know the differences between the two?

THCa is called tetrahydrocannabinolic acid. It is the inactive cannabinoid found in the trichomes of live and freshly harvested cannabis. An inactive compound is not purposeless, however.

THC is a psychotropic version of tetrahydrocannabinolic acid. THC generally cannot be found in live or freshly harvested cannabis. THC binds with CB1 receptors in the brain which causes users to feel “high.”

THCa has an extra carboxyl group not found in THC which makes binding with CB1 or CB2 receptors impossible due to an odd shape that makes it impossible to fit inside the receptor. This makes it impossible to experience the psychoactive effects created by THC that get you high.

THCa is essentially THC that has yet to undergo the decarb process. To convert THCa into THC, one must complete the decarboxylation process which removes that extra carboxyl group so that it fits inside those CB1 and CB2

Decarbing THCa is pretty simple and does not require any tools. Heating the THCa product can be done in several ways, including through direct sunlight exposure, increased room temperatures, and direct heat exposure when
smoking or vaping. Sunlight exposure is the most time-consuming decarb process while direct heat during consumption is the most common.