How to Decarb Cannabis Perfectly Every Time – Ardent NOVA Decarboxylator – Easy Decarb – Saves Money



Check out my video about decarboxylation and the Ardent NOVA Decarboxylator. I’m in love with this device. Full disclosure they gave me one for free to test …

22 Comments

  1. I appreciate the information that you’ve shown in this video but you come off as a product pusher not as an informative person trying to help those who need to know the process!
    It would’ve been nicer if you would’ve given two options because not everybody has the money to buy fancy machine like you do that you probably got for free for doing a presentation on it!
    The rest of us would like to know the best way to decarboxylate with a regular oven because that’s all that most of us have those of us were doing stuff like this are either helping people that have cancer or that are sick themselves like me are use it in Lou of taking opiates caused by my car accident and back surgery.

  2. This video really helped me. It appears you add more material than oil. So 2.5 g material to 1 oz.oil. I did the opposite and was wondering why my infusion wasn't giving me the effect I expected. Now I just take more tincture and when I make my next batch, I'll reduce the oil and increase the material. Thank you.

  3. Can I decarb flower multiple times if it dosent look brown after the first run? Will it effect the final product? Also with concentrates is a shot glass the best thing to use? Anything else you might recommend?

  4. I've had 2 of these both stopped working with in less than a year. I thought trying it again and they weren't available. The shell cracked after the 5th use. The 2nd one the green light would not go off after pressing it to turn it red. But work hood for a solid 4months.

  5. Or you can just use a pressure cooker! I always use my pressure cooker to decarb my bud AND concentrates! No matter the amount it always PERFECTLY DECARBS! Always! I set it on high for 1 hour and I therefore saved hundreds of dollars by not falling for your gimmick of overcomplicating a simple process

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