Decarboxylation of acid-form phytocannabinoids is a gradual process dependent on time and temperature. Perfect decarb to all Δ-9 THC is rare, there will likely still be some THCa or CBN, meaning too little decarbing or too much, respectively. While this chart is just for three of the most-common acid forms, other changes occur in the other 147 phytocannabinoids simultaneously, at slightly differing speeds and degrees. Depending on how hot and for how long the material is heated, the ratios of all the cannabinoids will be slightly different. Precise decarbing is critical for consistency of products from different batches.
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