How to Decarb Cannnabis Marijuana Tips & Tricks with Bogart #26 Decarboxylation

How to Decarb Cannnabis Marijuana Tips & Tricks with Bogart #26 Decarboxylation
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Learn about the decarboxylation of marijuana in this episode of Marijuana Tips and Tricks with Bogart as he shows an easy method to decarb weed at home in your oven.

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How to Decarb Cannnabis Marijuana Tips & Tricks with Bogart #26 Decarboxylation

20 thoughts on “How to Decarb Cannnabis Marijuana Tips & Tricks with Bogart #26 Decarboxylation”

  1. So don't be a dumbass! I like how you added that. Some people might go and get their mom mad at them

  2. in the beginning he says "we won't be going over 200 degrees" and then proceeds to tell us to bake it at 220 degrees for 2 hours lol this videos fuckin dumb.

  3. You should differentiate between the carbon in the carboxyl radical and the carbon in the rest of the THC molecule. If you remove more than one carbon atom out of the 21 that are in the molecule, you won't have THC. Just a technicality, of course, but one that makes it appear that there is a deficit in your knowledge of chemistry.

  4. I'm kind of confused about temperature guidelines. I put an oven thermometer inside the covered dish and the temp starts rising way above the temp of the oven, is that cool? Will the material inside getting way above 240º over decarb the material or is that expected?

  5. If I made a 60 day VG extraction for use in baking. Would I need to decarb before putting in jars or will the cooking/baking do the decarb? Also, With a temperature of 325 to make brownies does it overheat the extract?

  6. Thank God this video wasn't made by a teenager in his parents house. At 17 the only thing I was an expert at was masturbation and evading cops.

  7. I did this when i was really high i accidentally set the oven to 420 it burned and hotboxed my house

  8. Ok so someone please tell me, its decarbed, do I then put it in melted butter in a saucepan and let it simmer for the required time to make cannabutter, or can I not make cannabutter with it after its decarbed? Doesn't making cannabutter heat the cannabis and its heat that activates the thc, which would activate it making cannabutter without decarbing it first before making cannabutter? Please someone explain this to me as I have a family member that has cancer and it has to be activated thc. Will just making cannabutter the way you're supposed to activate the thc, or do I need to decarb it first? And if I decard it first am I even able to make cannabutter after its decarbed? Kinda confusing with what he said at the end of the video and that's why I'm asking. Thanks

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