Whether testing under recreational or medicinal legislation, there are multiple options that should suit your application. But how do you choose the right method for the right test? And what compromises should you expect to make and where?
These well-known compounds have moved past decades of stigma to become well-studied therapeutics either approved or in trial to treat mental health conditions such as major depression and post-traumatic stress disorder.
To help avoid the common pitfalls of the technique, Dr Kimberly Ross, chief science officer at Peak Compliance, and Julie Kowalski of JA Kowalski Science Support outline where LC-MS can go wrong in this original Analytical Cannabis list.
There’s a lot of buzz around good manufacturing practices (GMP) in the cannabis industry. But why are they so needed? And how are they best implemented? Dr Kimberly Ross, chief science officer at Peak Compliance, answers all these questions and more in this original Analytical Cannabis list.
When it comes to the testing of cannabis flower and concentrates, sampling is vital. But many issues can present themselves when collecting a representative sample and avoiding contamination. So, how can they be avoided?
There can be a lot to juggle when running a cannabis lab. Fortunately, there are also key protocols every lab can stick to to help keep productivity on track.
Download this guide to learn more how you can select the right instrument for cannabis potency testing.
From the common issues of oil infusion extraction to the ideal temperature settings for removing terpenes, this feature lists some of the essential facts to know before firing up the cannabis extractor.