Decarboxylation

how to decarb your herbs with the nebula boost

Get together all the components — the green base, the removable inner canister, the green silicone cap, and the green lid. Plug in the base and load the canister up with your plant material. The material should be packed loose with room on the top. Put the inner canister back into the green base, place the green silicone cap firmly onto the inner cannister and pop the lid on.

Press the Start/Stop centre button. The display will change from “– –” to “01:30” This is the default time for the process. Now you can set the exact temperature and time using the + and – buttons. The recommended settings are 110°C (230°F) for1hr:30mins. Now press the Start/Stop button to start the decarboxylation process. You will notice the middle of the time will start to blink; this is the only way you’ll notice it’s turned on, the nebula boost makes no sound and very little smell.

The cycle should last a total of around two hours as its important you let it cool down. While the Nebula Boost is in operation do not touch or open the device. When the process has completed you will see the “– –” on the front of the device. Carefully open the unit using gloves or tongs carefully take our your decarbed material.

Decarboxilatoin in the oven

What you need

  • oven set to 220 F/110 C
  • a baking sheet
  • parchment paper
  • sugar leaf trim, ground bud, or kief

  1. Preheat the oven to 230 F / 105 C.
  2. Place the baking sheet in the oven and let it hang out for 25 minutes. For well dried trim, kief, and bud this should be long enough. However, if the cannabis you’re using is more fresh you may want to take it an additional 25 minutes. Different makers will tell you different temps and times, these are what i’ve found works but you should still watch the materials really closely so they don’t burn.
  3. Once the cannabis is nice and dry, let it sit out on the counter until it’s entirely cooled. Now you can use it for whatever infusion you want.

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