Topic: August 8, 2020

A Simple Explanation Of Cannabis Decarboxylation And How To DIY

A simple explanation of cannabis decarboxylation and how to DIY

No matter your recipe, you’ll have to warm up the weed before cooking it into anything in order to activate the THC. Decarboxylating your cannabis is the first thing you must do if you’re planning to cook with it. Despite the complicated word, this process is simple and involves applying some kind of heat to the herb in order to convert the non-psychoactive compound THCA into the high-inducing THC most people want in their edibles. Luckily, decarboxylation is super easy to do and doesn’t require anything else other than basic tools you likely have in your kitchen. Here are three

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