Unless you smoke, vape or cook cannabis, you won’t experience the medical or recreational properties of THC.  That’s because heat causes decarboxylation—a process where THC is converted to a form that enables it to bond to CB receptors in the body.

But smoking, vaping and cooking are very imprecise ways of decarboxylating cannabis—much of the THC’s potency can be lost through these traditional methods. Through a patented device, a manufacturer has developed a way, using precise heating cycles, to achieve full decarb, without THC loss, in about 75 minutes.

Watch this video where you can learn about decarboxylation, the process of converting cannabis into its active form, making it bioavailable for the human body, and Ardent, a provider of affordable, home decarboxylation devices.