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Thread: Ailments and corresponding cannabinoids

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    Ailments and corresponding cannabinoids

    This chart is from SC Labs of California

    Please click on the thumbnail to enlarge

    cannabinoid_chart_large.jpg
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    Sorry the original size of this is larger and I can not delete this, my apologies.

    Here is a link to a chart that is easier to read

    http://www.cannlabs.com/papers/Canna...%20Disease.pdf
    Last edited by restlesslegs; 05-13-2012 at 10:17 AM.

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    here is the link to the full sized one. http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7027/6...380aca93_b.jpg

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    Nice charts that every caregiver should incorporate. Very valuable information!

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    Here is another that also has terpenes
    Halent.Chart.lg.jpg
    King of the Caprines, Boss of the Bovids.

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    Cannabinoid boiling points
    cannabinoids_boiling_points.jpg

    you can convert Celsius to Fahrenheit using this formula
    C x 9/5 + 32 = F
    Last edited by CgOrganic; 05-15-2012 at 11:01 AM. Reason: added conversion formula
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    Do these boiling point temps refer to decarboxylation temps?

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    Those temps are the boil off and float away temps, so if you decarboxylate above those temps the cannabinoids will start to evap.
    The lowest boiling point on the chart was 119c....so that is like 248f. I never decarb above 250f.
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    There is so much confusion about what temp to decarb at. One says 170 another says 300 another says 250, on and on then the length of time is different too.

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