How to Decarboxylate Cannabis

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In this video we show you how to decarboxylate cannabis to activate THC. THCA is found in different amount in fresh, undried cannabis, but over time is decarboxylated to THC when it dries and cures. The process is speeded up under intense heating such as when cannabis is smoked or cooked into cannabis edibles in an oven. It is argued by some that when making Cannabis Oil with high THC to treat diseases such cancer, you should decarboxylate the marijuana before doing an ethanol extraction. This is definitely true when using raw cannabis, however when the cannabis has been dried and cured for months, the decarboxylation process has already started. It requires less heating to activate THC in dried cannabis. If your cannabis is cured but not 100% dry, and still slightly wet, you might want to consider using this process.

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