The Good Lab offers a full battery of tests for cannabis, hemp and marijuana.
THC, THCA, THCV, CBD, CBDA, CBDV, CBN, CBG, CBGA & CBC
Our Potency Profile, using High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) with a Photo Diode Array (PDA) for enhanced detection, offers a comprehensive analysis of common therapeutic compounds found in marijuana. It provides important information to make an informed decision about the product.
High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) is the most powerful method for measuring cannabinoid content in cannabis. Unlike Gas Chromatograpy (GC), HPLC doesn’t heat the sample prior to analysis, which prevents the acidic (non-active) cannabinoids from being decarboxylated into their active forms. Detecting the acidic cannabinoids (such as THC-A and CBD-A) is crucial for patients and consumers. It’s the only way to determine how well a product has been activated during the cooking process.
One of the most important steps in creating a quality infused cannabis product is ensuring cannabinoid content is evenly distributed. Our homogeneity test will help ensure that the cannabis in your infused product is consistently and reliably distributed throughout. This requires multiple potency tests.
Terpenes are what give cannabis its flavor and smell. Research has shown that terpenes also have valuable medicinal benefits. We offer a comprehensive terpene analysis of 22 different compounds.
60 Pesticides & Fungicides
We can now screen for 60 pesticides. Some pesticides are highly toxic when consumed in products grown and developed from cannabis. This is particularly concerning in flower or concentrates that will be smoked or vaporized. Marijuana and hemp grown outdoors can be highly susceptible to contamination due to the plant’s ability to take up pesticides, herbicides and other elements from the soil and/or water. Testing for pesticides can be critical to getting a product approved for market.
The extraction process can leave unwanted chemicals behind in the final product which can cause serious health problems. Our residual solvent test can ensure that the extraction process was complete and the final product is clean and free of solvents.
We screen for the following solvents:
Marijuana and hemp grown outdoors can be highly susceptible to contamination due to the plant’s ability to take up metals and other elements from the soil and/or water. Excessive human exposure can cause serious health problems including neurological damage. Our test for heavy metals helps ensure that your product is clean and compliant with health guidelines.
We screen for the following heavy metals:
Mycotoxins are toxic waste products from mold and fungus. Some are capable of causing disease and death in humans and animals. Testing for mycotoxins can help ensure that your product is free of these toxic substances. We screen for the following mycotoxins:
Our microbial laboratory is run by experts from the food testing industry, incorporating the same standards of quality required by the USDA and FDA. Combining advanced qPCR technology with 3M™ Petrifilm™ Rapid Yeast and Mold plating will provide you full panel STEC (Shiga-toxin producing E. coli), Salmonella, and Total Yeast and Mold Count analyses.
The Good Lab is so much more than just a lab. We work with every stage of hemp and marijuana production from seed or clone to finished product: farmers/cultivators, buyers/sellers, extractors, product developers. We can help you make sure your crop is compliant, that the product is what it says it is, that your extraction process is clean and efficient, and that the product you put on the market is contaminant-free, homogenized and prepared to the target potency.
Need help? Our experts are here to help with your court case. We can test cannabis and cannabis products to determine the THC content. We can advise attorneys on ways to dismantle test results. We can testify on the validity of test results, protocols and procedures, as well as typical patient and/or consumer needs and behavior. Call us to see if we can help with your case.
We’re committed to providing information our clients can use to make better decisions about their health, family, farm or business. As we continue to grow and expand, what testing or other services should we consider that would help you make better decisions?