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How To Decarboxylate Your Cannabis At Home Without Any Smell

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If you watched any of the Cannadish video recipes, you have seen that before starting a cannabis recipe or extraction the cannabis goes through a heating process called: Decarboxylation.
To receive the full effects of cannabis it needs to be decarbed first. Which is heating the cannabis to activate the cannabinoids THC and CBD. Without decarbing the cannabis you will miss out on some important benefits the plant offers and won’t feel any effects.

cannabis decarbing in the oven

When you light that bowl or joint on fire, your weed immediately goes through the decarboxylation process. THCA is converted into THC. You light the bowl, inhale, and you experience the euphoric high weed is famous for. The cannabis that goes into these infused edibles must go through the same decarboxylation process that happens when you smoke it.

Decarboxylating cannabis:

The easiest way to decarb your cannabis is to place your material on an oven tray and set the oven to 240 Fahrenheit for 40 minutes. Use an oven thermometer to make sure your ovens temperature is accurate. Your cannabis will now be activated. And depending on what strain you are using, the aroma of your cannabis will start to change when you are decarbing your cannabis dry in the oven. Which will give you a better tasting end result when making an extraction with it such as Cannabis butter or oil.

Decarbing it in the oven is a great way to decarboxylate your cannabis at home. However, your house will start to smell a lot like cannabis. If you want to avoid any smell of cannabis during decarboxylation or infusion, simply “sous vide” vacuum seal your cannabis and place it in boiling water for 55 minutes. This will guarantee no smell during the decarb or infusion process.

To do this, take your fresh cannabis buds and place them in a vacuum proof plastic bag. Seal the bag using a vacuum machine to take out all air. Simply drop it in boiling water and wait for 55 min. Now, your house won’t be stinked up as much!

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30 Responses

  1. What is there a recommended temperature for the water to boil before adding the vacuumed sealed Cannabis ?

    Thanks !

  2. im looking to try the process with the sealing the pot in a boil bag and boil at 212 . is the pot just dry and dumped into plastic boiling bag and it heats up higher than 212. We need the sweet spot of 225

  3. Hello I want to decarb my weed without smell. Can I vacuum pack and put in in the steam oven, or must be in a boiling water???
    The timing will be the same in the steam oven still 55mins ?
    Thanks

  4. Robert Herring, after you decarb the hemp whether in the oven or boiling in sealed bag or jar, you then use the decarbed product in whatever recipe you choose. Make cannabutter, make a tincture, edibles, etc. You can make anything you want with it and get the best results.

  5. The boiling point of water is 100°C / 212°F which means that once the water reaches this temperature, it boils and stays at that temperature. The boiling point of a substance is basically the temperature at which it turns into a gas. The steam can be much hotter, but the water will remain at its boiling point temperature.
    (This explanation has been simplified. For example there are ways to raise and lower boiling points. Pressure also plays a role but isn’t very important in this scenario. I recommend reading more about boiling points to get a much better understanding than I could provide here but I hope this helps.)

  6. I tried using my sealameal and bagged it and boiled it.
    a) it floated more than a bit. Next time I’m going to seal a few glass marbles in it to make them sink better.
    b) IT STILL SMELLED. To me, I said more like bad broccoli stems, and he said spinach gone bad with a note of cannabis.
    What could I have done wrong?

  7. I am still a little confused do you mean put it in a mason jar with seal and lid on tight? Then use butter? Sorry but I just want to do it right and not ruin the weed. Thanks

  8. Yeah like Phil said. Itd be nice to know what temperature to boil at for 55 minutes. But this information was a blessing thank you. Subscribed. Much love.

  9. Only difference is the amount of thc that is considered, sure to the trump difference between oven 240° and boiling 212°.

  10. You forgot to mention what temperature to use on the sous vide machine
    I’ve done this in the past and it is a excellent way just forget what temperature I used but I would go one step further and forgo using a bag using a mason jar is the best way to avoid having any smell

  11. I’ve seen about the same temperature recommended for decarboxing cannabis from various sources. What varies is the oven time. Anywhere from 15-45 minutes.

    1. No. Decarbing it in the oven for 40 minutes will be the easiest way to decarb effectively. If you do not want any smell in your house. Than decarb it by vacuum sealing the cannabis and dropping it in boiling water for 55 minutes. After that it is activated

      1. Might seem like a dumb question, but when you say “boiling water for 55 min”, do you mean to put it in the boiling water and leave it for 55 min, or do you mean we have to keep the water hot somehow during those 55 minutes? And how much water should be used, does it matter?

      2. Doesn’t it smell still? I think so. I thought u were referring to decarb it boiling water. Then begin your process with oil,butter, etc.

      3. I think you misread this Flex…he said there are 2 ways to decarb…oven OR boiling water. For the boiling water method…vacuum seal it and boil for 55 minutes.

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