I just wanted to comment and ask a question. For THC to be effective it needs to be separated from the carboxyl group. This happens at roughly 110C. THC starts to degrade or become destroyed at roughly 180C. So for proper extraction (for example with butter) wouldn't you have to keep the temperature between 110C and 180C? Then once it's extracted wouldn't you have to use it in recipes that do not exceed 180C. Otherwise all or a significant portion of the THC will degrade or burn off into the air rather bind with the fat (for example in cannabutter). These temperatures I got from Wikipedia. I would love to know the precise temperature at which to cook the bud in the butter. Then I would like to know what temperatures the cannabutter can be cooked out without burning off the THC it contains. I have a feeling everyone is burning off THC when they bake the cannabutter. Please comment.