Precisely: that's why I talked about them like they were one and the same. It's not fair to say all THC is "bad" just from this one study - especially considering there have been many studies done and they're wildly conflicting. Here's a good article ( http://www.alternet.org/drugs/debunking-latest-pat. ) on Alternet discussing this most recent study and also linking to similar ones with different results.
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This dosage calculator will automatically update when you fill out your own values. The Importance of Decarboxylation When Making Cannabis Oil. For your weed edibles to work the way you want them to, there is a very important step. All this means is that you need to activate the THC, that way you get the psychoactive effects you intended for. The literal definition of decarboxylation is: “a chemical reaction that removes a carboxyl group and releases carbon dioxide (CO2)” When it comes to cannabis, Decarboxylation removes the COOH group from the THC-A molecule by releasing H2O and CO2, turning it into the psychoactive THC. This step is crucial because it will turn the THC-A molecule into the psychoactive THC molecule.
If you were to smoke cannabis this would already be happening naturally when you burn it. But, since in this case, there is no cannabis being burned we need to do this extra step.