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Centuria Foods and Phasex CBDA Decarboxylation Research

The folks over at Centuria foods, in conjunction with Phasex Labs, have been generous enough to share their data on process scale CBDA decarboxylation. They used our article on THCA decarboxylation as a starting place and were nice enough to send us the data they recorded on CBD to share with our readers! The data is of 90 kg batches in a open 200 liter mixing tank at different time points and temperature parameters. CenturiaFoods_Update (4).xls - Decarboxylation Enjoy!

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