I can't find the answer to this simple question: what moisture content should finished, decarboxylated marijuana be? Since it's variance is great going in, in fact then it follows that using the same temp and timing all the time would seem to be a hit and miss proposition. Knowing what the FINISHED moisture content should be would help each of us guide the other variables into focus to create the best, most potent and stable finished product for cooking. Or, is there a ratio of the difference between the moisture content going in, versus what it should be by the time it's done? I'm working with fresh material right now, as it's harvest time. So it comes out of the drying room at about 70%. Or last years still around and it's at 62%.