Decarboxylation

Using cannabis as a medicine begins with understanding the basic science of decarboxylation. In its natural plant form, the cannabinoids, including THC, are locked in an acidic form that is not bioavailable to the body’s cannabinoid receptors. The acidic form of THC is THCA.

Sublingual Dosing

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Direct sublingual application involves placing precisely decarboxylated cannabis under the tongue, allowing the cannabinoids to immediately enter the bloodstream through the vessel-rich tissues within the sublingual cavity.  Fast, accurate uptake without the hazards of smoking!