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Cannabis Testing

Thousands of Types of Fungi, Bacteria Found in Californian Cannabis

The researchers behind the work were keen to point out that there is still little evidence to prove that the pathogens present in cannabis samples have directly led to infections in immunocompromised patients.

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Chemotyping Study Highlights Benefits of Cannabinoid and Terpene Fingerprinting

Examining a broad array of cannabinoids and terpenes reveals the inherent failings of commonly used cannabis classification systems.

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Hocking College Awarded Provisional Cannabis Testing License

This move fulfills the Ohio legislative mandate that an Ohio public college or university serve as a testing lab for the new medical cannabis program to promote public safety.

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Overcoming Technical Challenges in Cannabis Analysis

As the cannabis testing sector matures, attention continues to focus on enhancing analytical quality and meeting challenging new regulatory requirements.

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GC-MS Method Overcomes Matrix Interference Challenges in Cannabis Analysis

This is the first time that some cannabinoids have been identified in certain consumables - particularly products containing glycerin, sugar, and lactose, that can mask the presence of some cannabinoids.

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Heavy Metal Test Kits Ready for Cannabis Industry

Testing for cadmium, lead, and mercury is mandated by Health Canada with limits often in parts per million.

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FDA Warns Against Health Risks of Contaminated Synthetic Cannabis

Reports of severe illnesses and deaths resulting from the use of synthetic cannabinoid products that have been contaminated with brodifacoum, a very long-acting anticoagulant commonly used in rat poison sparked the warning.

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Multiple Case Studies Show Potential Danger of Cannabis Contaminants

Preventive steps and remediative action are required to reduce the prevalence of contamination from microbes, heavy metals and, pesticides.

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PhytaTech CO, Receives Certification for Pesticide Contamination Testing

Pesticide testing is not currently required in Colorado but, scientists at the lab predict that it will in mandated in the coming months.

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