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Old 04-15-2017, 05:14 AM #1
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decarboxylation using citrus?

so i came across this video:

https://youtu.be/mEV9ZbKXj6E

where this gentleman (and later, his friend) claims to have gotten VERY high, using fresh cannabis leaves that have only gone through a process of juicing, not heating. the other ingredients were coconut (conceivably providing a good carrier fat), and citrus. could the citrus have knocked off that carboxylic acid?
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Yes, the citric acid is decarbing it. There's at least one thread around here describing using strong citric acid for a decarbing extraction.

Very cool stuff Thanks for the link
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what a great thing! ive also been reading up on carboxylases. perhaps fully decarb thc without starting to degrade it into cbn? sounds great!
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That video had me lmfao. I wanna try this recipe.
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I was wondering if anyone had tried something like this.

In cooking, it's called Ceviche', and fairly common in South America. Mostly used on seafood with lemon or lime juice, in which case the citric acid breaks down some of the protein, making the meat soft. Cooks it with no heat applied.

Interesting to see that it is viable for cannabis.
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I was wondering if anyone had tried something like this.

In cooking, it's called Ceviche', and fairly common in South America. Mostly used on seafood with lemon or lime juice, in which case the citric acid breaks down some of the protein, making the meat soft. Cooks it with no heat applied.

Interesting to see that it is viable for cannabis.
Yes! it's basically the same process going on it seems, very interesting post OP!

Gonna have to try this method one of these days.
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I was gonna say it's the same thing as ceviche and think it would be cool to try! I ran across that same video a while ago thinking the same as the OP.great minds think alike!
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