Complete turn-key solutions for the judicious cannabis laboratory owner.


Our portfolio of solutions is dynamic enough to meet ever-changing state requirements, while generating cost efficient, exceptional quality data mandated in 2019 standards.


We work with Senior Management to plan, design, implement, and optimize the most profitable cannabis testing laboratory, as we provide on-going support to ensure each solution employed delivers long lasting value.


If you desire, we will serve as your exclusive clinical laboratory advisor to oversee the technical and scientific operations of your laboratory with a focus on optimizing data quality and profitability over time.


State Regulations for the testing of pesticides in cannabis cultivation range from the allowance of some pre-plant herbicides to more restrictive regulations that permit only organic materials. Our full complement of solutions provide you with the best workflows and the most selective, reliable analyses.


Testing for potency and efficacy involves isolating cannabinoids and evaluating them for their strength and the effect they have on the consumer. At least 113 different cannabinoids, exhibiting varied effects, have been isolated from cannabis.


The elemental composition of cannabis reflects elements available in the growing medium and contaminants added during processing. Many elements may be found in cannabis and cannabis products, ranging from high concentration elements including K, Fe, Mn and Zn, to trace elements. Some of these trace elements, such as Cr, As, Cd, Hg, and Pb are toxic and so their presence in cannabis must be monitored to ensure product safety. Elemental analysis is also valuable to ensure plant nutrient levels are sufficient to ensure a healthy and high yielding crop.


As residual solvent analysis is vital to protect consumer safety, State Regulations incorporate stringent safety protocols and quality control procedures to ensure acceptable levels of residual solvents in processed cannabis.


Terpenes, volatile unsaturated hydrocarbons, give cannabis its aromatic diversity. Essential to protecting consumer exposure, effective residue control methods for terpene analysis detect over 100 different unique terpene strains identified in the cannabis plant.


We employ the AriaMx Real- Time PCR System, a fully integrated quantitative PCR amplification, detection, and data analysis system to detect each of the microbial tests required by the various state regulatory agencies.