What is THC A Flower?

THC A flower, derived from the hemp plant following the guidelines of the 2018 Farm Bill, contains tetrahydrocannabinolic acid, a non-psychoactive cannabinoid known for potential therapeutic benefits, and is legally cultivated for its unique properties. This flower is cultivated and distributed in compliance with legal THC limits, offering users a non-intoxicating option for exploring the potential health and wellness benefits associated with THC A.

Potential Benefits of THC A Flower

Reported benefits of THC A flower include potential anti-inflammatory effects, antiemetic properties for nausea relief, and its role in the entourage effect, offering users a non-psychoactive option for potential health and wellness benefits.

How do I store THC A Flower?

Store THC A flower in an airtight container in a cool, dark place, such as a pantry or refrigerator, to maintain freshness and potency, and consider using a humidity control pack to preserve moisture without promoting mold growth. Clean containers and avoiding odors are essential for preserving the flower’s quality.

What is Decarboxylation?

Decarboxylation is a chemical process that involves the removal of a carboxyl group from cannabinoids like THC A, transforming them into their active, psychoactive forms, such as THC, often achieved through the application of heat.

Will THC A hemp flower show up on a drug test?

THC use, as well as THC A use, may result in a positive drug test, as standard screenings typically detect the presence of THC metabolites, regardless of whether it is in its psychoactive form (THC) or its non-intoxicating precursor (THC A).


If you’re anticipating having to do a drug test in the near future, it would be best to avoid THCa and THC.