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SummaryCannabinoid potency testing, using High Performance Liquid Chromatography, is carried out to determine the concentrations of major and minor cannabinoids in cannabis and hemp products.
Heavy metals analysis in cannabis and hemp products is necessary to ensure product quality and safety. Trace elements must be analyzed because the cannabis plant is known to accumulate heavy metals from the soil, including arsenic, cadmium, mercury, and lead.
Microbiological content is analysed to detect the presence of dangerous pathogens which could pose a potential threat to consumers if those microbes synthesize toxigenic mycotoxins.
Terpenes are volatile unsaturated hydrocarbons that give cannabis its aromatic diversity. The unique composition of terpenes for individual plants gives the signature taste, smell and experience of a particular strain, so regularly reproducing the same terpene profile is the key to product consistency.
Pesticides may be present in cannabis crops and extracts. Analytical monitoring of pesticide levels in cannabis is crucial to assure consumer safety and comply with your region's regulatory standards.
Residual solvent testing identifies the presence of these harmful solvents, impurities and other trace residues. Residual solvent testing is crucial in order to assess the efficiency of the manufacturing process and the quality of the product for safe consumption.
Mycotoxin testing ensures that products are free of hazardous fungus and moulds.
Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAH) testing ensure that products are free of a type of harmful chemical emitted when certain substances are burned.
Dioxins & PCBs testing ensure that products are free of a certain type of contaminant which is harmful to human health.
Phenols & Polyphenols testing is done to measure the content of certain types of aromatic compounds and flavonoids in oil, related to terpene testing.