You can skip this step if you’re using cannabis concentrates to make THC oil. However, with flowers and trimmings, you want to make sure they are fully decarboxylated to convert any THC-A into THC. THC-A won’t get you high if you eat it. It would need to be heated to do so, which is what the decarboxlation process is all about.
1. To start, finely grind your weed onto a baking sheet with aluminum foil.
2. Next, bake the broken down buds in an oven at 225-250 °F.
Break up your materials and spread them across a sheet of aluminum foil. Leave them in an oven at 225°F for 15 to 30 minutes. The temperature should be low enough to prevent flavorful terpenes from burning away. If you smell or see vapor forming, turn off the oven.
Next: Alcohol Bath
Lawmakers Want To Charge Doctors Who Prescribe Cannabis With A Felony
7 Scientists Who Smoked Weed
Moms Who Get High
Recreational Marijuana in Canada Will Be Delayed
This City Is Cracking Down on Synthetic Marijuana
10 Best Vape Pens of 2017 for Cannabis Concentrates
10 Best Dab Rigs Of 2017
How To Grow Organic Weed: A Step-by-Step Guide
6 Sickest Space Bucket Designs
11 Markets That Benefit From Weed Legalization
Products4 days ago
10 Best Portable Vaporizers of 2017
Guides1 week ago
6 Ways To Get Better Bong Rips
Products2 days ago
10 Best Quartz Bangers Of 2017
Entertainment2 days ago
Nine Authors Who Smoked Weed
News1 week ago
Jeff Sessions Blames Marijuana For Opioid Crisis
Culture1 day ago
The Origins of Your Favorite Weed Slang
Edibles1 week ago
People Are Celebrating Valentine’s Day With Weed-Infused Chocolate
Health1 week ago
How To Treat Endometriosis With Cannabis