By analyzing the THC content of a saliva sample, researchers have found that it is possible to accurately determine if someone has used cannabis via smoking, vaporization or ingestion of edibles, within the past 24 hours.
Two cannabis testing facilities have now been issued provisional licenses in the state but the debate over their differing approaches to microbiological contamination testing continues.
A2LA will now work with ATACH to promote open-source quality management standards for the cannabis and hemp industries.
It is reported that these failures are due to both the mislabeling of products and contamination from pesticides, bacteria, and processing chemicals.
A member of the United States House of Representatives has submitted a bill to Congress which, if passed, would allow legal cannabis users to become federal employees.
Failing to comply with the standards in place puts a cannabis company at risk of litigation and jeopardizes business contracts with other downstream cannabis operators.
Scientists have found the primary psychoactive component of marijuana in 63% of breast milk samples for up to six days after the mother’s last reported use.