Decarboxylation

Decarboxylation

Decarboxylation Definition: Decarboxylation is a chemical reaction when you heat a cannabinoid to remove a carboxyl group. This way adds the ability of cannabinoids to interact with parts of the human body. With this purpose in mind, this chemical reaction gives you THC. Before we get THC, we have what we call THCA. THCA is synthesized into TH by what we call decarboxylation. Because of this, THCA comes with many health benefits. However, getting high from THCA is not possible. Heating it first, then converts the cannabinoid into THC, giving you the feeling of being ‘high’. Also, things like edibles rely on decarboxylation for our bodies to consume them in our digestive system to get the effects of the weed. Cooking weed in an oven After 30-45 minutes at 220 degrees FH, you will complete the decarboxylation process.

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