Sparked by some comments from a fellow member I have been looking into using Vitamin B-6 specifically pyridoxine and pyridoxal 5'Phosphate (P5P) for decarboxylation. In the interest of facilitating research and information I thought we should open discussion on the subject. The majority of pertinent info I have found thus far is here: http://www.faqs.org/patents/app/20120046352 Apparently the process is used for other medical applications needing decarboxylation like manufacturing of serotonin. Advantages to the process include limited decarb based upon amount of of the enzyme used and no cannabinoid degradation from heat. From the notes in the patent it appears that the enzyme can decarb an amount of THC equal to a bit more then double it's starting weight. So if you use 500mg of pyridoxine you can decarboxylate roughly 1 gram of pure THC.  Alternatively, the same 7 g mass of cofactor B6 could fully decarboxylate raw cannabis with a potency of 15%. In fact, the 7 g of cofactor B6, when reacted with 100 g raw cannabis having a potency of greater than 15%, will limit decarboxylation to exactly 15 g of Δ9-THC. So being that pyridoxine is a water soluble enzyme, I plan on dissolving 200mg into water and using the mixture to decarb a 100mg sample of BHO. I will let you guys know the results, but part of why I am opening the discussion is that my edible effectiveness is extremely hit and miss. I would like to get feedback from other members interested in experimenting in the name of so I can get consistent data.