Should I adjust the decarboxylation time if I am going to use it to bake weed brownies?

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Last updated: May 31st, 2016

If your decarboxylated cannabis material will be exposed to further heat (e.g., boiling or baking), you do not want to achieve 100% decarboxylation since the additional heat will cause even more decarboxylation.

Click here to learn more about the decarboxylation process and how it applies to cooking with cannabis.

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