New Cannabinoids ESPECIALLY Important for Export to Our International Customers!

New Cannabinoids ESPECIALLY Important for Export to Our International Customers!

Located in a country where “hemp” (Cannabis) is legal, and looking for a supplier of compliant Cannabinoids of the purest and most potent quality?  OilWell Cannabis is an approved exporter of these Cannabinoids, meaning your order will get to you faster and more securely and is guaranteed by our manufacturer for quality and shipping clearance.  Having access to the top producers of Cannabis, in the United States, we are extremely competitively priced, as well!

Whether you’re in Japan, Costa Rica, Australia, and all around the European Union, including but not limited to, Ireland, London, Germany, Spain, Italy, France, and Belgium.  If you’re located in a country where hemp/Cannabis is legal, no matter where you’re located, there’s a great chance that we’d be a great source of Cannabis raw materials and finished products for you!

Our FEATURED Internationally-Compliant Cannabinoids include, but are not limited to:

  • Delta-8 THCp
  • Delta-9 THCp
  • Delta-9 THCPo
  • HHCp
  • HHCPo
  • THCa Isolate
  • THCb
  • THCh
  • Terpenes
  • CBD
  • Others!

What is THCp?

What are the potential effects of THC-P?

THC-P is a newly discovered cannabinoid and there is limited research on its long-term effects. However, individuals who have used THC-P have reported feeling relief, relaxed, and experiencing a strong mental and physical buzz.

What is the definition of Delta 9-THC?

Delta 9-THC, also known as Delta 9-Tetrahydrocannabinol, is the active ingredient in marijuana that causes psychoactive effects. It is currently illegal under federal law and in most states.

How does THC-P differ from Delta 9-THC?

The primary distinction between THC-P and Delta 9-THC is their legal status. While Delta 9-THC is illegal under federal law and in most states, THC-P is fully legal in most states. Both compounds have similar psychoactive effects and offer medical and recreational benefits.

What are the advantages of THC-P over traditional THC?

THC-P is considered superior to Delta 9-THC as it offers all of the same benefits and effects but is fully legal under federal law and in most states in the United States.

How is it possible for THC-P to be legally produced and sold in the US?
THC-P can be legally produced and sold in the US because it is derived from 100% hemp extract, and contains less than 0.3% Delta 9-THC. Thanks to the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018, this type of cannabis is classified as hemp and is legal under federal law. It is important to note that THC itself is not federally illegal, only Delta 9-THC is specifically prohibited.

What is HHCp?

HHC-P is a natural cannabinoid found in hemp plants, similar to other well-known cannabinoids such as THC and CBD. However, HHC-P has a unique set of effects that set it apart. It’s particularly known for its anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties, making it a potential alternative for those looking for relief from chronic pain. It’s also being studied for its potential to help treat anxiety and depression.

One key difference between HHC-P and other cannabinoids, such as THC, is that it’s non-psychoactive. It won’t produce the “high” associated with THC, making it a more viable option for those looking to use cannabinoids for medical purposes. HHC-P is also non-addictive and doesn’t have the same side effects as other cannabinoids.

HHC-P has several positive effects on the body, such as increasing appetite and energy levels, which can be beneficial for those with medical conditions that cause weight loss or fatigue. It can also provide pain and anxiety relief, making it a potential natural solution for those struggling with these conditions. Additionally, HHC-P has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects that may benefit those suffering from inflammatory conditions and protect cells from damage.

It’s important to note that the best HHC-P products are those that are high in quality and purity, as this ensures the effectiveness of the cannabinoid. As research on HHC-P continues, it may become a more commonly used alternative to traditional medications for a variety of conditions.

What is THCPo?

Have you heard of THCPO? It’s a fascinating synthetic cannabinoid that was first discovered in 2021 as a derivative of tetrahydrocannabiphorol (THCP) – a close cousin to THC. What’s so exciting about THCPO is that it has a higher affinity for the CB1 receptor than THC, which could lead to even more potent effects.
What sets THCPO apart from THC-P is its 7-term side chain that’s combined with an acetate, resulting in enhanced bioavailability. This process is similar to the one used to create THCo, making THCPO a supercharged version of THC-P. Think of it like THCPO has a secret weapon that targets the receptors in our brains responsible for that awesome feeling we get from THC.
Additionally, the acetate in THCPO makes it more stable and less likely to break down when exposed to heat. This could make THCPO a more desirable compound for medical and therapeutic applications, as it could potentially have a longer shelf life than other synthetic cannabinoids.
But let’s get to the good stuff – the effects of THCPO. This cannabinoid is not for the faint of heart and is estimated to be 30 times stronger than delta-9 THC. Its effects are incredibly potent and can take even the most experienced cannabis user on a mind-bending trip to another dimension. THCPO offers a unique and intense high that lasts up to 8 hours, leaving you feeling happy and carefree.
However, it’s important to note that THCPO is not for beginners. It’s a cannabinoid that offers a longer-lasting, more euphoric high than anything else out there. So if you’re feeling adventurous and want to take your cannabis experience to the next level, give THCPO a try. Just remember to buckle up and enjoy the ride.

What is THCB?

THCB, short for Delta-9 tetrahydrocannabutol, is a newly discovered cannabinoid that’s similar to THC, the most abundant phytocannabinoid found in cannabis. THC is responsible for most of the plant’s psychoactive effects.
Researchers who discovered THCB noted that it interacts with the endocannabinoid system in a similar way to THC, mainly acting on CB1 and CB2 receptors in the brain. Interestingly, THCB has a stronger binding affinity with CB1 receptors than THC.
In animal tests, THCB has shown promising results in decreasing pain, slowing reaction time, and improving sleep. It’s also been observed to have potential anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties.

Potential Uses and Benefits of THCb

As THCB is a new discovery, there is only one study confirming its existence, and its properties are not yet fully understood. However, preliminary data suggests that it behaves similarly to THC and may have pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory properties. It may also have the potential to aid in sleep, though we don’t know if it produces the psychoactive effects of THC.
Because THCB has a stronger binding affinity to CB1 receptors, it could potentially be more potent than THC, but this has yet to be confirmed in humans. It’s worth noting that THCB is not found in abundance in cannabis, so we’re not yet sure how noticeable its effects are when consumed. As more research is conducted, we’ll likely learn more about the potential uses and benefits of THCB.

What is THC-H?

THC-H, also known as tetrahydrocannabihexol, is a newly discovered cannabinoid and is considered the hexyl homolog of Delta 9 THC. While the molecular structure between the two cannabinoids is similar, THC-H has unique properties that distinguish it from Delta 9 THC. Like Delta 9 THC, THC-H is capable of producing a high, which is what makes it appealing to many.
What do we know about THC-H from research?
THC-H was only discovered in 2020 by the same team of cannabis researchers in Italy who discovered THC-P the previous year. While the cannabinoid has been isolated and analyzed to some extent, more research is needed to understand its therapeutic uses fully. Currently, there is limited information available about THC-H’s properties, but you can find more about it here.
What are the effects and benefits of THC-H?
Anecdotal evidence from around 200 reviews of THC-H suggests that the cannabinoid can have positive effects on pain, sleep, insomnia, and anxiety. Many users describe the experience as enjoyable and one-of-a-kind, with a deeply profound sense of euphoria and relaxation in the body and mind.
What makes the high from THC-H unique?
According to the researchers who discovered THC-H, it is the second most psychoactive cannabinoid in hemp, following THC-P. People who have tried it describe the high as similar to THC-P, with a particularly unique reputation for its body high. Interestingly, users also report that the high from THC-H lasts longer than what is commonly expected from psychoactive cannabinoids, with some users stating that it lasts twice as long.
What else can THC-H do?
As THC-H is a very new cannabinoid, there is limited clinical data and studies on its potential therapeutic uses, such as effects on inflammation, migraines, anxiety, sleep, and appetite. However, it is known that cannabinoids work with various cannabinoid receptors throughout the body to regulate physiological functions, so there is potential for THC-H to have additional benefits beyond just producing a high. While more research is needed, it’s important to be patient and allow clinical studies to be conducted properly.

What Makes These Cannabis Products Legal?

  • Especially in countries where “hemp” is legal, our products are compliant and have non-detectable levels of Delta-9 THC and Delta-8 THC.
  • We can provide a well-documented product with traceable THC compliance, all along its supply chain.
  • We’re already cleared, by many countries, for the importation of our Cannabis products into the country.
  • We excel in consistently providing updated standard required documentation, including a commercial invoice, packing list, certificate of origin, manufacturing process documentation, phytosanitary certification, and THC compliance documentation.
  • We’re constantly monitoring international regulations!
  • Experts in labeling and packaging!
  • These products are legal, so duties, taxes, and fees will be explained to you, in advance, and our products are properly declared for you to import.

For Individuals and Companies Interested in the Process of Exporting “Hemp” to Japan, for example, the following are the general steps, guidelines, and some helpful resources:

Verify product classification:  Determine your hemp product’s specific Harmonized System (HS) code. HS codes are used internationally to classify traded products and determine import duties and other requirements. You can search for the appropriate HS code using the US International Trade Commission’s HTS search tool (

Consult Japanese regulations:  Familiarize yourself with Japan’s regulations regarding hemp imports, including the “Act on Securing Quality, Efficacy and Safety of Products Including Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices” and the “Cannabis Control Act.” You can find information on Japanese regulations through resources like the Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare (MHLW) website ( and the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries (MAFF) website (

Apply for a US export license (if required):  If your hemp product requires an export license from the United States, apply for one through the Bureau of Industry and Security’s (BIS) Simplified Network Application Process Redesign (SNAP-R) system (

Obtain a Japanese import permit:  The Japanese importer may need to obtain an import permit from the appropriate Japanese regulatory agency. This can involve submitting an application form, product samples, and supporting documents to the agency. The process and requirements may vary depending on the specific agency and product.

Arrange product testing:  Before exporting your hemp product to Japan, arrange for third-party laboratory testing to verify that it meets Japanese THC limits and other relevant requirements. You may need to submit test results with your import permit application or provide them to Japanese customs upon request.

Obtain a Certificate of Analysis (CoA):  A CoA is a document that verifies the product’s quality, purity, and potency. This certificate may be required by Japanese authorities to ensure your hemp product complies with their regulations.

Prepare a detailed packing list:  The packing list should include information about the shipment, such as the number of packages, total weight, and dimensions of each package. Japanese customs may require this document to verify the shipment’s contents.

Complete a Japan-specific Commercial Invoice:  A Japan-specific commercial invoice should include the necessary information in Japanese, such as the exporter and importer’s names, addresses, and contact information, as well as the product description, quantity, unit price, and total price.

Submit an Advance Filing for cargo information (AFR):  The Japanese importer must submit an AFR to Japanese customs through the Nippon Automated Cargo and Port Consolidated System (NACCS) at least 24 hours before the cargo’s arrival. The AFR should include detailed information about the shipment, such as the product’s HS code, description, and quantity.

Arrange for customs clearance in Japan:  The Japanese importer will need to work with a licensed customs broker in Japan to handle customs clearance. The broker will submit the necessary documentation to Japanese customs and coordinate the payment of duties, taxes, and fees.

For Individuals and Companies Interested in the Process of Exporting “Hemp” to the European Union (EU), for example, the following are the general steps, guidelines, and some helpful resources:

Compliance with US Regulations:  We ensure that our hemp products meet the US federal definition of industrial hemp, containing no more than 0.3% THC content. We strictly adhere to the 2018 Farm Bill, USDA regulations, and applicable state regulations to guarantee our products’ highest quality and legality.

Compliance with EU Regulations:  Our hemp products are specifically tailored to meet EU requirements, with no more than 0.2% THC content. If we export CBD products, we comply with the EU’s Novel Food Regulations and obtain any necessary pre-market approvals.

Documentation and Certification:  

To ensure a smooth and transparent process, we prepare and obtain the following documents for every shipment:

  1. Commercial Invoice
  2. Packing List
  3. Certificate of Origin
  4. Phytosanitary Certificate
  5. THC Compliance Documentation
  6. Bill of Lading or Airway Bill (depending on the shipping method)

Permits and Licenses:  We acquire any required export licenses or permits from the relevant US authorities. We also work closely with our European importers, making sure they have the necessary import permits or licenses from their country’s authorities.

EU Labeling and Packaging Requirements:  Our hemp products are labeled and packaged according to EU regulations. We provide essential information about the product’s origin, ingredients, and any necessary warnings or instructions, ensuring full compliance and customer satisfaction.

EU Customs Registration:  We collaborate with our European importers to ensure they are registered with their country’s customs authorities and have the required Economic Operators Registration and Identification (EORI) number for importing goods.

Shipping Method and Transportation:  We carefully select the most suitable shipping method (air, sea, or land) based on factors such as cost, transit time, and shipment size. We contract reliable carriers who meet EU import requirements and facilitate a seamless delivery experience for our customers.

Duties, Taxes, and Fees:  We collaborate with our European importers to ensure they are aware of and prepared for any applicable duties, taxes, and fees associated with importing our hemp products into the EU.

Country-Specific Regulations:  We diligently research and comply with any additional regulations specific to the destination EU country, ensuring our products meet all legal requirements.

We’d love to discuss your requirements and provide you with the best combination of purity, potency, quality, and price.  Contact us at (832) 416-2816 or to discuss any Cannabinoids you might have interest in and let us see how we can work, together!


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